Actors Great Britain Portraits : The first actresses : Nell Gwynn to Sarah Siddons / Gill Perry ; with Joseph Roach and Shearer West.; Perry, Gillian.
Actors Greece : Performance and identity in the classical world / Anne Duncan.; Duncan, Anne.
Actors Health And Hygiene : Care of the professional voice : a guide to voice management for singers, actors and professional voice users / D. Garfield Davies, Anthony F. Jahn ; with additional material by Anat Keidar.; Davies, D. Garfield.
Actors In Art : Gainsborough & the theatre / Hugh Belsey, Susan Sloman.; Belsey, Hugh,
Actors In Literature : Acting like a lady : British women novelists and the eighteenth-century theater / Nora Nachumi.; Nachumi, Nora.
Actors Legal Status Laws Etc England Early Works To 1800 : The coppy of a warrant signed by the Right Honorable, the Earle of Penbrooke, Lord Chamberlaine to his Maiestie: : To all maiors, shriffes, justices of the peace, bayliffes, constables, and other His Maiesties officers, true liege men, and subiects, whom it may concerne, and to euery of them. Whereas I am credibly informed, that there are many and verie great disorders, and abuses, daily committed by diuers and sundry companies of stage players, tumblers, vaulters, dauncers on the ropes. ...; England and Wales.
Actors Legal Status Laws Etc England London Early Works To 1800 : Two ordinances of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament. : One for the Lord Major of the city of London, and the Justices of the Peace for the city, and parts adjacent, to suppresse stage-playes, interludes, and common playes, and commit the actors to the gaole, to be tryed at the next sessions, to be punished as rogues. The other for setling of the major, and sheriffes, and establishing officers for the city of Chester. And also for indempnifying of the charter of the city.; England and Wales.
Actors Legal Status Laws Etc Ireland : Whereas His Majesty, under his royal signet, and sign manual, bearing date at his court at Whitehall, the sixth day of September 1672, hath signified unto us the lord lieutenant and Council, that His Majestie by letters patents, under his great seal of England, bearing date the eighth day of May, in the thirteenth year of his reign, hav[e] nominated, constituted and ordained his trusty and well-beloved John Ogleby Esq., master of the revels and masques in this kingdom, and by his said letters patents impowered the said John Ogleby, or his lawful deputy or deputies, to ereu [sic] and keep an office, to be known and called by the name of the Revells Office ... / by the Lord Lieutenant and Council, Essex.; Ireland.
Actors Physiology : Performance and the medical body / edited by Alex Mermikides and Gianna Bouchard.