Haywood, Eliza. Love in Excess. Editor Oakleaf, David, Broadview.
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CC made her stage debut, as Madamoiselle in Vanbrugh 's Provok'd Wife, by personal request of the leading actress Anne Oldfield , and for Oldfield's benefit night.
The London Stage 1660-1800. Southern Illinois University Press.
Baruth, Philip E. “Who Is Charlotte Charke?”. Introducing Charlotte Charke: Actress, Author, Enigma, edited by Philip E. Baruth, University of Illinois Press, pp. 9-62.
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The pageant required more than fifty actresses, only three of whom had speaking parts, to portray famous women from history (not all of them remembered today). In the initial, Scala production, the only speaking role...
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This work adopts the voice of a man calling himself J. B., who decries his own abilities at narrative or character-drawing, but enters with enthusiasm into the business of spying on sexual misbehaviour, until he...
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|Theme or Topic Treated in Text||Christopher St John||
The First Actress draws an implicit parallel between the admission of women to the vote and their admission to stage acting at the Restoration. Peggy Hughes , presented as first woman in the London professional...
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