6 edition of Lord Chamberlain Regrets found in the catalog.
April 30, 2005
by British Library
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||210|
Citation: Shellard, D., Nicholson, S. and Handley, M. () The Lord Chamberlain regrets: British stage censorship and readers' reports from to London. DECORUM X: The Lord Chamberlain Regrets Join us for readings of the more risqué scenes from Waste by Harry Granville Barker, banned in by the Lord Chamberlain, due to its analysis of political power and abortion plot. +44 (0)20 Art Studio, Sackler Centre for arts education, South Kensington.
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He is the author of the four volume series The Censorship of British Drama, as well as Modern British Playwriting: the s, British Theatre and the Red Peril, and co-author of The Lord Chamberlain Regrets: A History of British Theatre Censorship.
He is surely the only person to have read through every one of the many thousands of Lord. Lord Chamberlain Regrets: A History of British Theatre Censorship Between andBritish theatre was controlled by censorship, under the dictate of the Lord Chamberlain's Office.
Revealed here are a selection of extensive extracts from key reports, correspondence and memoranda about some of the most significant plays of the period. The Lord Chamberlain's Men was a company of actors, or a "playing company" (as it then would likely have been described), for which Shakespeare wrote during most of his career.
Richard Burbage played most of the lead roles, including Hamlet, Othello, King Lear, and at the end of a period of flux in the theatrical world of London, it had become, byone of. The troupe’s early history is somewhat complicated.
A company known as Hunsdon’s Men, whose patron was Henry Carey, 1st Lord Hunsdon, is traceable to –Hunsdon took office as Lord Chamberlain inand another company (the Lord Chamberlain’s Men) under his patronage is traceable to Two years later the theatres.
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Under the dictate of the Lord Chamberlain's Office, all new plays were read for unfavourable or corrupting content with the intention of protecting the 'vulnerable' audiences of the time. and reveal the fascinating processes and debates that occurred in and around.
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