2 edition of "Pickleherring" and English actors in Germany. found in the catalog.
"Pickleherring" and English actors in Germany.
Written in English
In : Shakespeare survey. 1983. 36. pp.135-147. (Cambridge).
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Born inRobert Browne's acting career began by the time he was twenty years old, when he was a member of Worcester's Men (). He was one of the English actors who performed on the Continent, especially in Germany, where English actors were especially favored.
'Pickleherring' and English actors in Germany Willem Schrickx; Shakespeare performances in Stratford-upon-Avon and London, Nicholas Shrimpton; The year's contributions to Shakespearian study Brian Gibbons, Lois Potter and George Walton Williams; Index/5(3).
The historical Reynolds was an actor, but had no professional relationship with Shakespeare. He and his wife Jane were indicted for non-attendence at church and Pickleherring was the name by which he was known in Germany. The other actors Nye mentions are also listed in Chamber's book.3/5(13).
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Schrickx, 'English Actors' = Willem Schrickx, 'English Actors at the Courts of Wolfenbuttel, Brussels and Graz During the Lifetime of Shakespeare', SS 33 (), Schrickx, Foreign Envoys = Willem Schrickx, Foreign Envoys and Travelling Players in the Age of Shakespeare and Jonson, Universa, Pickleherring: An Early Modern Clown Persona and His Music Although this piece with its unvocal 1/7th leap down is an inexpert variation of Richard Farnaby’s delightful dance jig which was first published as ‘Nobodyes Gigge’ in The Fitzwilliam Virginal Book (FVB: ) and which shares a closeAuthor: John Alexander.
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(24) Willem Schrickx, Foreign Envoys and Travelling Players in the Age of Shakespeare and Jonson (), ; June Schlueter, 'English Actors in Kassel, Germany, during Shakespeare's Time', Medieval and Renaissance Drama in England 10 (), ; and Willem Schrickx, 'English Actors at the Courts of Wolfenbiittel, Brussels and Graz.
It has been suggested by Dr. Von der Velde that the English actors who performed at the courts of Dresden and Berlin between and (as shown by Mr Albert Cohn in his work on Shakespeare in Germany) brought with them on their return to England at the end of the recently published Faustbuch.
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The historical Reynolds was an actor, but had no professional relationship with Shakespeare. He and his wife Jane were indicted for non-attendence at church and Pickleherring was the name by which he was known in Germany.
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Cohn Cohn, A. Shakespeare in Germany in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries: An Account of English Actors in Germany and the Netherlands, and of the Plays Performed by Them During the Same Period. Asher & co., London (). The metadata below describe the original scanning.
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