6 edition of The father, or, American Shandyism found in the catalog.
|Other titles||American Shandyism.|
|Statement||With an introd. by Thomas J. McKee.|
|Series||Burt Franklin research & source works series, 573. Theatre & drama series, 12|
|LC Classifications||PS1560 .F27 1970|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 68 p.|
|Number of Pages||68|
|LC Control Number||77130080|
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Dunlap's second play (the first was lost and never produced), it was first performed at the John Street Theatre in New York on September 7, Jul 11, · In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content.
William Dunlap, Father of American Theatre—and American Antitheatricality David Carlyon Consideration of antitheatricality inevitably points at those who would censor theatre, diminish it, control it, or shut it down. His second comedy, The Father; or, American Shandyism, brought out in and later reprinted as The Father of an Only Child, met with sufficient applause to focus his ambition upon the theatre, and new plays from his pen began to appear on the New York stage at the rate of about one a year.
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Dunlap, William, The archers: or, Mountaineers of Switzerland; an opera, in three acts, as performed by the old American Company, in New York, to which is subjoined a brief historical account of Switzerland, from the dissolution of the Roman Empire, to the final establishment of the Helvetic confederacy, by the battle of Sempach.
Dunlap, William. and Sterne, Laurence. and Old American Company. The father; or, American Shandy-ism [electronic resource]: A comedy, as performed at the New-York Theatre, by the Old American Company.: Written in the year () Dramatist, theatrical manager.
Born in Perth Amboy, New Jersey. He was first a portrait painter, but then wrote plays for the American Company. His second comedy, "The Father; or, American Shandyism," produced inwas his first success. Customarily designated the “Father of American Drama,” William Dunlap lived a long life through a period of extraordinary historical change in American culture.
Nabokov completed the book a year later amid his then still unsuccessful attempts to gain a foothold in the US-American world of letters.
Chronologically, the biography is bookended by Nabokov's first and second English-language novels, Real Life of Sebastian Knight () and Bend Sinister (). Mar 31, · Author of History of the rise and progress of the arts of design in the United States, Darby's return, A history of the American theatre, André, The life of Charles Brockden Brown, The good neighbor, The father of an only child, A history of New York, for schools.
The Father; or, American Shandy-ism. A comedy, As performed at the New-York Theatre, by the Old American Company. New York: Hodge, Allen & Campbell, First edition of Dunlap’s first play, and the second American play to be printed.
The Father; or, American Shandyism. A Comedy in Five Acts, as performed at the New York Theatre by the old American Company, September 7, Written by a citizen of New York. New York, 8vo, pp. Dunlap's first published play. Reprinted by the Dunlap Society, Darby's Return.
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