3 edition of Claracilla found in the catalog.
|Statement||written by Tho. Killigrew, Gent|
|Series||Three centuries of drama, Three centuries of English and American plays, 1500-1830|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||74|
Claracilla, a Tragi-Comedy, fol. written at Rome, and dedicated to the Lady Shannon. The Par s on’s Wedding, a Comedy, fol. writ at Bazil in Switzerland. The chiefe s t Incidents in this Play, are to be found in former Plays; as the Antiquary, Ram-Alley, &c. The Pilgrim, a Tragedy, fol. writ whil s t at Paris, and dedicated to the Counte s s. His elder brother, Sir William Killigrew (–), was a court official under Charles I. and Charles II. He attempted to drain the Lincolnshire fens, and was the author of four plays (printed and ) of some merit. A younger brother, Dr Henry Killigrew (–), was chaplain and almoner to the duke of York, and master of the Savoy after the Restoration.
Lisle's Tennis Court was a building off Portugal Street in Lincoln's Inn Fields in ally built as a real tennis court, it was used as a playhouse during two periods, – and – During the early period, the theatre was called Lincoln's Inn Fields Playhouse, also known as The Duke's Playhouse, The New Theatre or The building was demolished and replaced by. Killigrew, Thomas kĭl´əgro͞o˝ [key], –83, English dramatist and theater manager, b. London. Before the closing of the theaters by the Puritans in , he wrote several tragicomedies, including The Prisoners and Claracilla. His most popular play was the coarse comedy The Parson's Wedding.
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Claricilla is a Caroline era stage play, a tragicomedy written by Thomas Killigrew. The drama was acted c. by Queen Henrietta's Men at the Cockpit Theatre, and first published in The play was an early success that helped to confirm Killigrew's choice of artistic career.
The prisoners and Claracilla Two tragae-comedies. As they were presented at the Phoenix in Drury-Lane, by her Mties. servants. Written by Tho. Killigrew, Gent. () [Killigrew, Thomas] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The prisoners and Claracilla Two tragae-comedies.
As they were presented at the Phoenix in Drury-LaneAuthor: Thomas Killigrew. Transcribed from: Killigrew, Thomas, The prisoners and Claracilla: two tragae-comedies. As they were presented at the Phoenix in Drury-Lane, by Her Mties servants.
London: Printed by T. Cotes, for Andrew Crooke [etc.],  p. Title from table of contents page (viewed Sept. 22, ). Description: 1 online resource: Details. The book included commendatory verses by William Claracilla book and by Henry Bennet, 1st Earl of Arlington. Claracilla book play was later included in Comedies and Tragedies, the collected edition of Killigrew's plays issued by Henry Herringman in ; in this collection it.
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OCLC Number: Notes: Each play has separate t.p. and imprint date: The prisoners. ; Claracilla. Item at imperfect: Signatures A1-A2 and A4 of second signature count lacking; beginning-B5 from defective British Library copy spliced at end. Get this from a library.
The prisoners and Claracilla: Two tragæ-comedies. As they were presented at the Phœnix in Drury-Lane, by her Mties. servants. Written by Tho. Killigrew, Gent. [Thomas Killigrew]. Thomas Killigrew and the Seventeenth-Century Stage: New Perspectives is a surprisingly compelling collection.
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Killigrew wrote The Princess (pr. ) in Naples, Bellamira Her Dream (pb. ) in Venice, Claracilla (pr. ) in Rome, The Parson’s Wedding (pr. ) in Basle, Cecilia and. Henry Cole was a celebrated science teacher for many years before turning his talents to children’s books.
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With the plays, in some cases both the original text (available through Early English Books Online) and a recent edition are cited. The Prisoners and Claracilla in Repertory ’, in Philip Major (ed.), Thomas Killigrew.
Manuscripts of this are in the Bodleian (Ashmolean MS. art. iii. 21–7) and in the library of Magdalene College, Cambridge (Pepys Coll. It is reprinted in the ‘European Magazine,’xliii. – This was followed by the ‘Prisoners’ and ‘Claracilla. The book tells of the true story of the author as told to Joan Grossman.
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More than books to choose from. No need to sign-up or to download. Thomas Killigrew. The Prisoners. Birthplace: London, England Location of death: London, England Cause of death: unspecified. Gender: Male Race or Ethnicity: Wh. English dramatist and wit, son of Sir Robert Killigrew, was born in Lothbury, London, on the 7th of February Samuel Pepys says that as a boy he satisfied his love of the Born: The book is on my desk, I could scan pp.
or whatever, and send you. (But you might easily find a lot of stuff in this book useful, or for that matter fascinating. I love this book. Nineteen-fifty-three. German war bride Clara has followed her G.I.
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His hostility towards her threatens her hard-found peace yet nothing could have prepared her for the disaster about to happen. In he was in France, and has left an account (printed in the European Magazine, ) of the exorcising of an evil spirit from some nuns at Loudun.
In he published two tragi-comedies, The Prisoners and Claracilla, both of which had probably been produced before In he followed Prince Charles into exile. Events. January 31 – The King's Men perform Shakespeare's Julius Caesar at St James's Palace, London.; February – James Shirley's tragicomedy The Duke's Mistress is performed at St James's Palace.
March 3 – A "great charter" to the University of Oxford establishes the Oxford University Press as the second of England's privileged presses.; April – Thomas Hobbes travels from Rome to.
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opened 26 March (cf. Shakespeare Society's Papers, iv. sq.) On the death of Sir Henry Herbert inKilligrew succeeded him as master of the revels.Before the English Civil War, Killigrew wrote several plays—tragicomedies like Claracilla and The Prisoners, as well as his most popular play, The Parson's Wedding ().
The latter play has been criticized for its coarse humour; but it also contains prose readings of John Donne 's poetry to pique a literate audience.