Other Days: Being Chronicles and Memories of the Stage

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XI.
STAGE CONDITIONS—PAST
AND PRESENT.

Cebsure. of the Stage has usually taken the form of censure of the Actor, and that censure has been supplied, in copious abundance, by many persons and in many ways. The story of the rise of the Actor to a position, first of respectability and then of honorable eminence, is a pathetic story of long contention against religious, political, and social hostility, involving poverty, ignominy, misery, and shame. That story,—not essential to be rehearsed,—is told in the records of the Church, in the legislation of States, both European and American, and in the memoirs of individual players,—men and women of the Theatre who, by force of character, charm. of genius, and brilliancy of achievement, have stemmed a tide of rancorous opposition and

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 3
  • Contents 7
  • Preface 9
  • Illustrations 11
  • A Royal Line. 15
  • Joseph Jefferson. 64
  • John Brougham. 98
  • Dion Boucicault. 124
  • Charlotte Cushaian. 152
  • Edward A. Sothern. 178
  • John Mccullough. 204
  • Mary Anderson. 255
  • Adelaide Neilson. 279
  • Stage Conditions—past and Present. 302
  • Notes 337
  • Index 365
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