Table of contents for Stage, page, scandals, and vandals : William E. Burton and nineteenth-century American theatre / David L. Rinear.


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 List of Illustrations 000
 Preface 000
 Acknowledgments 000
 1. England, 1802-1834 000
 2. The Making of a Star Actor and Man of Letters, 1834-1840 000
 3. Management, Enemies, and Bankruptcy, 1840-1842 000
 4. On the Road, 1842-1844 000
 5. The Resumption of Management, 1844-1848 000
 6. Burton's Chambers Street Theatre, 1848-1850 000
 7. Burton's Chambers Street Theatre, 1850-1852 000
 8. Burton's Chambers Street Theatre, 1852-1856 000
 9. Burton's New Theatre, 1856-1858 000
 10. The Fading Star, 1858-1860 000
 Epilogue: Performing Respectability--William E. Burton's Legacy
 to American Literary and Theatrical Culture 000
 Notes 000
 Index 000
 




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Burton, William E, (William Evans), 1802-1860, Actors Great Britain Biography, Theatrical managers United States Biography, Chambers Street Theater (New York, N, Y, ) History, Theater United States History 19th century