Kean, Edmund, 1787-1833; Letters; Drury Lane Theatre
In this letter, Kean writes on the behalf of "my friend Chippendale" who "is very anxious to become a member of Drury Lane Theatre." The letter is addressed to Robert William Elliston of that same theatre. The letter has been inset onto a sturdier...
In this typed letter to Sterling, Dreiser says of San Francisco that he "never saw a city I liked better, not even Paris." He goes on to suggest that Sterling start a theatre in the city, ending his letter with "Why not?"
Book review of a biography on Fanny Kemble,. The article summarizes her family's involvement in theatre, her own acting career, and her part in the abolitionist movement. Inset is a reproduction of a portrait of Kemble by Peter Frederick Rothermel.