Shakespeare on the Montreal Stage 1805-1826

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Author/collaborator
Title
Shakespeare on the Montreal Stage 1805-1826
Abstract
A history and chronological list of Shakespearean performances staged between the construction of Montreal's fist permanent theatre space, "next door to the Post Office, then situated on St. Sulpice Street, near St. Paul Street" (1804), and the conclusion of Edmund Kean's visit in 1826. Some eighty performances, including productions, readings and adaptations of a dozen plays were given by such actors as the Allen-Bentley-Moore Company, Seth Prigmore, Noble Luke Usher, Joseph Harper, Mr. and Mrs. John Mills, Frederick Brown, Emmanuel Judah, Robert Campbell Maywood, Lydia Kelly, Edmund Kean and Mrs. Barnes.
Publication
Theatre History in Canada/Histoire du théâtre au Canada
Volume
Vol. 3
Issue
no. 1
Pages
3-20
Date
Spring 1982
Language
en
URL
Citation
Ripley, John. “Shakespeare on the Montreal Stage 1805-1826.” Theatre History in Canada/Histoire du théâtre au Canada Vol. 3, no. 1 (Spring 1982): 3–20. https://journals.lib.unb.ca/index.php/tric/article/view/7496/8555.
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