The Oxford Amateurs; A Short History of Theatricals at the University: With a Foreword by James Adderley (Classic Reprint)

The Oxford Amateurs; A Short History of Theatricals at the University: With a Foreword by James Adderley (Classic Reprint)

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I wish to record my best thanks to the members of the O.U.D.S., past and present, and all those in and out of Oxford who have generously assisted me in the compilation of this little book. Especially ought I to mention (besides my dear friends

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Excerpt from The Oxford Amateurs; A Short History of Theatricals at the University: With a Foreword by James Adderley

I wish to record my best thanks to the members of the O.U.D.S., past and present, and all those in and out of Oxford who have generously assisted me in the compilation of this little book. Especially ought I to mention (besides my dear friends Messrs. Adderley and Bourchier) Sir Simeon Stuart, Messrs. W. J. Morris, W. L. Courtney, G. T. Treherne, Arthur Waugh, F. Madan, Philip Carr, A. N. Tayler, Paul Rubens, Sydney P. Hall, the Oxford Magazine, the 'Varsity, and last, but not least, my friend, Mr. Beckles Willson.

The excellent photographs, which of themselves form a connected history of modern Oxford theatricals, are chiefly by Messrs. Hill & Saunders, whose studio has long been a familiar resort of the Society.

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ISBN-13:
9781331038207
Publisher:
FB &c Ltd
Publication date:
07/09/2015
Pages:
510
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.03(d)

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