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Person
ISNI: 
0000 0001 0774 2507
Name: 
Brodripp, Ichn... H..
Irving, Genri (Sir)
Irving, Henry
Irving, Henry (Sir)
Dates: 
1838-1905
Creation class: 
cre
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Creation role: 
author
contributor
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writer of accompanying material
Related identities: 
Brodribb, John H. (other identity, same person)
Brodribb, John Henry (other identity, same person)
Irving, Brodribb John Henry (other identity, same person)
Irving, John Henry Brodribb (Sir; other identity, same person)
Related names: 
Dowden, Edward (1843-1913)
John Davis Batchelder Collection (Library of Congress)
New National Theatre (Organization : Washington, D.C.)
Shakespeare, William (1564-1616)
Talma, François Joseph (1763-1826)
Tennyson, Alfred Tennyson Baron, 1809-1892
Terry, Ellen Dame, 1847-1928
Theater Playbills and Programs Collection (Library of Congress)
Titles: 
art of acting;, The
Becket : a tragedy in a prologue and four acts
bells., The
Charles I.
complete works of William Shakespeare., The
Cymbeline : a comedy in five acts
Dante.
Don Quixote.
Drama, addresses..., The
drama, The : addresses
English actors, their characteristics and their methods, a discourse by Henry Irving, delivered in the University schools at Oxford...
famous history of the life of King Henry the Eighth, The : a historical play
Farewell engagement of Mr. Henry Irving, Miss Ellen Terry and the Lyceum Company
genri irving
Great actors of the past
Henry Irving and The bells : Irving's personal script of the play by Leopold Lewis
King Lear : a tragedy in five acts
Louis XI.
merchant of Venice, The : a comedy in five acts : as presented at the Lyceum Theatre, under the management of Mr. Henry Irving, on Saturday, November 1st, 1879 : one hundredth performance, Saturday, February 14, 1880.
Much ado about nothing : a comedy in five acts
On the actor's art, with preface by Henry Irving..., Talma.
Reflexions on the actor's art
Romeo and Juliet, a tragedy in five acts... as arranged for the stage by Henry Irving...
Shakespeare as a playwright
Sir Henry Irving, Dame Ellen Terry
Sir Henry Irving note
Sir Henry Irving : theatre, culture, and society : essays, addresses, and lectures
Souvenir of Becket, by Alfred, lord Tennyson, first presented at the Lyceum theatre, 6th feb. 1893, by Henry Irving...
Souvenir of the Dead heart, by Watts Phillips, presented at the Lyceum theatre, 28th sept. 1889, by Henry Irving...
story of Waterloo., A
Talma on The actor's art
Theatre, culture, and society
theatre in its relation to the state, The
voice of Henry Irving The voice of Ellen Terry., The
Waterloo.
works of William Shakespeare, The
wreath of laurel, A : being speeches on dramatic and kindred occasions
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