General John Regan

Author: George A. Birmingham
Publisher: Sheba Blake Publishing
ISBN: 132953784X
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James Owen Hannay was an Irish clergyman who wrote dozens of novels, stories and plays under the pen name "George A. Birmingham." General John Regan is a sharp satirical play about a charming huckster who spearheads a campaign to honor a purported local hero by erecting a statue in his honor in the small Irish village of his birth. The drama hit too close to home when it was first staged in Ireland -- locals rioted to protest the perceived slight against the Irish people.

General John Regan

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Apollo Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue, sole proprietor Henry Lowenfeld. Programme. Tom B. Davis, sole lessee and manager, licensed by the Lord Chamberlain to Tom B. Davis. Mr. Charles Hawtrey's production "General John Regan" by George A. Birmingham. Scenery designed by Mr. Tom Heselwood and painted by Mr. Alfred E. Craven, frocks by Peter Robinson and Mrs. Neville, hats by Madame Albert, wigs by Clarkson.

The White Cockade

Author: Alexander Cordell
Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton
ISBN: 1473603757
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An enthralling story of high adventure, ambush and pursuit, plot and counterplot during the ill-fated United Irishmen Rebellion of 1798. When seventeen-year-old John Regan takes on a mission entrusted to him by his dying father, he rides through an Ireland seething with danger with more than just his own life in his hands. The first in a trilogy of books set in 18th century Ireland, from the bestselling author of Rape of the Fair Country.

Killing Reagan

Author: Bill O'Reilly
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 1627792414
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The most-talked-about political commentator in America is back with more about what he has to say to his fellow Americans. Print run 1,200,000.

The Entertainment Of A Nation

Author: George Jean Nathan
Publisher: Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press
ISBN: 9780838678879
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George Jean Nathan (1882-1958) was formative influence on American letters in the first half of this century, and is generally considered the leading drama critic of his era. With H. L. Mencken, Nathan edited The Smart Set and founded and edited The American Mercury, journals that shaped opinion in the 1920s and 1930s. This series of reprints, individually introduced by the distinguished critic and novelist Charles Angoff, collects Nathan's penetrating, witty, and sometimes cynical drama criticism.

The London Stage 1910 1919

Author: J. P. Wearing
Publisher: Scarecrow Press
ISBN: 0810893002
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Theatre in London has celebrated a rich and influential history, and in 1976 the first volume of J. P. Wearing’s reference series provided researchers with an indispensable resource of these productions. In the decades since the original calendars were produced, several research aids have become available, notably various reference works and the digitization of relevant newspapers and periodicals. This second edition of The London Stage 1910–1919: A Calendar of Productions, Performers, and Personnel provides a chronological calendar of London shows from January 1910 through December 1919. The volume chronicles more than 3,000 productions at 35 major central London theatres during this period. For each entry the following information is provided: Title Author Theatre Performers Personnel Opening and closing dates Number of performances Other details include genre of the production, number of acts, and a list of reviews. A comment section includes other interesting information, such as a plot description, first-night audience reception, noteworthy performances, staging elements, and details of performances in New York either prior to or after the London production. Among the plays staged in London during this decade were Chu Chin Chow, The Gaol Gate, Hindle Wakes, Justice, Kismet, Pygmalion, and Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm, as well as numerous musical comedies (British and American), foreign works, operas, and revivals of English classics. A definitive resource, this edition revises, corrects, and expands the original calendar. In addition, approximately 20 percent of the material—in particular, information on adaptations and translations, plot sources, and comments—is new. Arranged chronologically, the shows are fully indexed by title, genre, and theatre. A general index includes numerous subject entries on such topics as acting, audiences, censorship, costumes, managers, performers, prompters, staging, and ticket prices. The London Stage 1910–1919 will be of value to scholars, theatrical personnel, librarians, writers, journalists, and historians.