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American vaudeville as seen by its contemporaries
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||edited and with commentary by Charles W. Stein.|
|Series||A Da Capo paperback|
|Contributions||Stein, Charles W.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 393 p. :|
|Number of Pages||393|
vaudeville (vôd`vĭl), originally a light song, derived from the drinking and love songs formerly attributed to Olivier Basselin Basselin, Olivier, 15th cent., French miller of Vire, Normandy. He was one of the Compagnons du Vau de Vire [companions of the Vire valley], who made drinking songs, love songs, and war songs. vaudeville vôd´vĭl , originally a light song, derived from the drinking and love songs formerly attributed to Olivier Basselin and called Vau, or Vaux, de Vire. Similar to the English music hall, American vaudeville was a live entertainment consisting of unrelated songs, dances, acrobatic and magic acts, and humorous skits and sketches by a variety of performers and acts, each .
The character from The Perfect Fool would later become one of his most memorable stage personas. In addition to being an actor and a comic, Wynn was also a writer and producer. ed. American Vaudeville: As Seen By Its Contemporaries. New York, NY: Da Capo, Ed Wynn. Cover ED WYNN (The Perfect Fool) in THE GRAB BAG. Book, lyrics and. The Voice of the City: Vaudeville and Popular Culture in New York (); Staples, Shirley. Male-Female Comedy Teams in American Vaudeville, – Theater and Dramatic Studies 16 (); Stein, Charles, ed. American Vaudeville as Seen by Its Contemporaries (); Tucker, Sophie, with Dorothy Giles.
Size=8"x", pp(Index). Many COLOR & B/W Photos. ISBN DJ rubbed on rear cover, 1/2" DJ tear head of spine, DJ spine background color slightly faded, o.w. clean, tight, bright. Price unclipped. NO ink names, bookplates etc. [Biography; Vaudeville; American Theatre; Showmen] SELLING WORLDWIDE SINCE WE ALWAYS PACK WITH. Edward Milton Royle, "The Vaudeville Theatre," Scribner's Magazine 26 (October ) in Stein, American Vaudeville as See by Its Contemporaries, 31; Keith's Union Square Playbill, Decem , in "A History of Early Variety and Vaudeville in America," scrapbook compiled by .
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Responsibility. About 60 short pieces—most of them from newspapers and magazines of the vaudeville period (), some excerpted from memoirs written in later, retrospective years.
The differences between ""variety"" and the classier vaudeville are discussed by several writers, including vaudeville entrepreneur B.
Keith. (""The entertainment of today is freely patronized and. Books shelved as vaudeville: Bluffton: My Summers with Buster Keaton by Matt Phelan, No Applause--Just Throw Money: The Book That Made Vaudeville Famous.
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Stein Knopf / ISBN A compellation of articles, excerpts from books, etc. that refer to the Golden Age of Vaudeville by the people who were there, wrote the reviews, and quite a lot of the ones who made it great. Divided into five sections: Beginnings. The. American vaudeville as seen by its contemporaries by Charles W Stein starting at $ American vaudeville as seen by its contemporaries has 1 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace.
Entertainment Industry: American Vaudeville as Seen by Its Contemporaries Words 6 Pages Vaudeville, Act Two: Nickelodeons With the entertainment business already booming with traveling circuses, wild west shows, burlesque, and vaudeville, just to name a few, it seemed like Americans already had an abundant amount to choose from.
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B&N Outlet Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events HelpAuthor: Charles W. Stein. BOOK REVIEWS Vaudeville Wars: How the Keith Albee and Orpheum Circuits Controlled the Big Time and Its Performers by Arthur Frank Wertheim, pages, $, Palgrave Macmillan,ISBN Many books have been written about vaudeville and its headliners.
What has been lacking is a book about the business of vaudeville and the men Book Reviews. American Vaudeville as Seen by Its Contemporaries - 1st Edition/1st Printing Stein, Charles, edited and with commentary Published by Alfred A. Knopf, New York (). American Vaudeville As Seen by its Contempories, Editor.
New York. Knopf. Edited and with commentary by Charles Stein. FIRST EDITION, as stated. No printing line. Hard cover, dust jacket. pps with Index. Illustrated with black & white photos and illustrations.
Ex-Library copy. Vaudeville, biography of vaudeville entertainers. History Seller Rating: % positive. As editor of "American Vaudeville as Seen by Its Contemporaries," he has assembled a fascinating collection of personal reminiscences, journalistic.
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American Vaudeville, As Seen by Its Contemporaries, edited and with commentary by Charles W. Stein. New York: Alfred A. Knopf. pp. $ ``Even though the jobs were few and far .Vaudeville was America in motley, the national relaxation.
To the Palace, the Colonial, the Alhambra, the Orpheum, the Keith circuit and chain variety houses, N.Y. to L.A., we flocked, vicariously to don the false face, let down our back hair, and forget.
DOUGLAS GILBERT, American Vaudeville: Its Life and Times. 0 likes.vaudeville (vôd´vĬl), originally a light song, derived from the drinking and love songs formerly attributed to Olivier Basselin and called Vau, or Vaux, de Vire.
Similar to the English music hall, American vaudeville was a live entertainment consisting of unrelated songs, dances, acrobatic and magic acts, and humorous skits and sketches by a variety of performers and acts, each .