Charles Kean and the Great Exhibition
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Published .
Written in English


  • Kean, Charles.

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StatementRichard Foulkes.
The Physical Object
Paginationp. 125-140 :
Number of Pages140
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16257811M

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In the s, Charles Kean () and his wife Ellen (née Ellen Tree, ) were among the most internationally celebrated actors in the English speaking world. ¹ Charles, who was renowned for his attention to historical detail in the plays of William Shakespeare, served as director of the Princess' Theatre in London from to ‘William Charles Macready’ and thirteen other entries in The New Dictionary of National Biography (Oxford University Press, ). ‘Charles Kean and the Great Exhibition’ in Theatre Notebook 3, Charles Kean, English actor-manager best known for his revivals of Shakespearean plays. The son of the famed actor Edmund Kean, he was educated at Eton and made his debut as Young Norval in Douglas in London in He toured the provinces extensively but first won general acceptance during an. Biography Early life. Kean was born in Westminster, father was probably Edmund Kean, an architect’s clerk, and his mother was an actress, Anne Carey, daughter of the 18th-century composer and playwright Henry Carey.. Kean made his first appearance on the stage, aged four, as Cupid in Jean-Georges Noverre’s ballet of a child his vivacity, Born: 4 November , Westminster, London.

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