- Author:Gresdna A Doty
- Publisher:Louisiana State University Press; First Edition edition (1971)
- Pages:170 pages
- Subcategory:Performing Arts
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Merry, Anne Brunton, 1769-1808. Baton Rouge, Louisiana State University Press. Books for People with Print Disabilities.
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Title: Career of Mrs. Anne Brunton Merry in the American Theatre Binding: hardcover Publication date: 1971 By Gresna Ann Doty Louisiana state university studies. ISBN13: 9780807109472. Release Date: December 1971.
Merry, who made her first appearance on stage at the ago of sixteen, experienced meteoric success in the English theatre, and after only three years was being favorably compared with te famed Sarah Siddons. Published December 19th 1971 by Louisiana State University Press (first published 1971). Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.
Merry was a British actress who joined the Chestnut Street company in Philadelphia in 1796 and became the most celebrated actress in the American theatre ISBN: 0807109479 (Merry, Anne Brunton, Actors). Other Products from hartmannbooks (View All). Companion Of Eternity.
Paul S. Hostetler, Gresdna Ann Doty. Educational Theatre Journal, October 1972, JSTOR. The authors haven't yet claimed this publication. PDF generated on 24-Sep-2019 Create your own PDF summaries at ww. rowkudos.
Ann Brunton Merry (30 March 1769 - 28 June 1808) was an English actress popular in the United Kingdom and later America
Ann Brunton Merry (30 March 1769 - 28 June 1808) was an English actress popular in the United Kingdom and later America. Ann (or Anne) Brunton was born 30 May 1769 in Covent Garden, England, one of 14 children of John Brunton, an actor and manager of the Theatre Royal, Norwich
Doty, Gresdna A. (Gresdna Ann), 1931-. Publication, Distribution, et. Baton Rouge,. Louisiana State University Press (c). Physical Description: xiii, 170 p. illus. 24 cm. Title: Louisiana State University studies. Humanities series ; no. 21. Bibliography, etc. Note: Bibliography: p. 159-165.
Doty, Gresdna A. Personal Name: Brunton, Anne, 1768-1808.
Also see Doty, Gresdna Ann, The Career of Mrs. Anne Brunton Merry in the American Theatre . Anne Brunton Merry in the American Theatre (Louisiana State University Press, 1971). Although English, T. A. Cooper was fairly well-established as an American actor by the time Cooke first appeared in the . His popularity is unquestionable, but such a hoopla as that preceding Cooke's visit did not occur. 59 The announcement in The Providence Gazette and Country Journal, 11 July 1812, stated: The managers have the pleasure of announcing to the Public, that they have engaged MR. COOKE, to perform in the Providence Theatre for six nights only. During the Engagement, no play can be repeated.
In February 1785, Miss Brunton first appeared at the theatre in Bath as Euphrasia in The Grecian .
In February 1785, Miss Brunton first appeared at the theatre in Bath as Euphrasia in The Grecian Daughter, which was followed by other leading parts, and on 17 October of the same year she made her debut at Covent Garden theatre in London as Horatio in The Roman Father. Here she attained great distinction, and by many was rated second only to Sarah Siddons. In 1791 Miss Brunton married Robert Merry, a poet and playwright known by his pen-name "Della Crusca". Mrs. Merry renewed her career at the playhouse in Philadelphia on 5 December of the same year as Juliet in Romeo and Juliet.
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