An Apology for the Life of Colley Cibber: With an Historical View of the Stage During His Own Time
Actor, manager, and playwright Cibber was among the most influential people in 18th century London theater. This book chronicles the era's plays, playwrights, and actors, offering a glimpse into modern theater's beginnings.
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