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Thomason, Phillip B.

Published by Tamesis, Woodbridge, Suffolk, UK (2005)

ISBN 10: 1855661144 ISBN 13: 9781855661141

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About this Item: Tamesis, Woodbridge, Suffolk, UK, 2005. Soft Cover. Condition: As New. BRAND NEW softcover. Seller Inventory # 035239

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Published by Boydell Brewer Ltd, United Kingdom (2005)

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About this Item: Boydell Brewer Ltd, United Kingdom, 2005. Hardback. Condition: New. Language: Spanish . Brand New Book. The Coliseo de la Cruz, the first modern public theatre in Madrid, was constructed [1736-37] on the site of the city s oldest permanent playhouse, the Corral de la Cruz, dating from 1579. The corral, an open-air courtyard theatre, was surrounded by private boxes in neighbouring houses [recently studied in this series by Charles Davis], which only intermittently contributed to the municipal coffers; by 1736, moreover, it was decrepit and ill-suited to current staging requirements. The city authorities therefore replaced it by an up-to-date, fully self-contained theatre building with a proscenium stage. The new coliseo was fashioned in the Italian style, but maintained many characteristics of the corral theatres, such as the cazuela [separate women s gallery], and continued to attract a varied audience, representing virtually every level of Madrid society. Finally, in 1859, the Coliseo de la Cruz, by now inadequate and in ill repair, was demolished to alleviate traffic congestion at the Puerta del Sol. PHILLIP B.THOMASON is Professor of Spanish at Pepperdine University, California. El Coliseo de la Cruz, el primer teatro publico moderno de Madrid, fue construido [1736-37] en el solar del corral de comedias mas antiguo de la ciudad, el Corral de la Cruz, inaugurado ya en 1579. El corral, con su patio al aire libre, habia estado rodeado de aposentos particulares situados en las casas colindantes [estudiados recientemente en esta serie por Charles Davis], cuyos duenos contribuian relativamente poco a los fondos municipales; en 1736, ademas, estaba deteriorado y poco adecuado para la nueva escenografia. Por tanto, el Ayuntamiento lo derribo, reemplazandolo por un teatro moderno, enteramente cubierto, con proscenio y decorados en perspectiva. El nuevo coliseo estaba disenado al estilo italiano, pero retenia muchos elementos de los corrales de comedias, entre ellos la cazuela de las mugeres, y siguio atrayendo a un publico variado, que incluia practicamente todos los estratos de la sociedad madrilena. Finalmente, en 1859, el Coliseo de la Cruz, ya desfasado y deteriorado a su vez, fue derribado para aliviar los problemas de trafico en la Puerta del Sol. PHILLIP B.THOMASON es profesor de espanol de Pepperdine University, California. Seller Inventory # AAH9781855661141

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Published by John Wiley and#38; Sons (2005)

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Published by Boydell & Brewer 2005-07-14, Rochester, NY |Woodbridge (2005)

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Published by Boydell Brewer Ltd, United Kingdom (2005)

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About this Item: Boydell Brewer Ltd, United Kingdom, 2005. Hardback. Condition: New. Language: Spanish . Brand New Book. The Coliseo de la Cruz, the first modern public theatre in Madrid, was constructed (1736-37) on the site of the city s oldest permanent playhouse, the Corral de la Cruz, dating from 1579. The corral, an open-air courtyard theatre, was surrounded by private boxes in neighbouring houses (recently studied in this series by Charles Davis), which only intermittently contributed to the municipal coffers; by 1736, moreover, it was decrepit and ill-suited to current staging requirements. The city authorities therefore replaced it by an up-to-date, fully self-contained theatre building with a proscenium stage. The new coliseo was fashioned in the Italian style, but maintained many characteristics of the corral theatres, such as the cazuela (separate women s gallery), and continued to attract a varied audience, representing virtually every level of Madrid society. Finally, in 1859, the Coliseo de la Cruz, by now inadequate and in ill repair, was demolished to alleviate traffic congestion at the Puerta del Sol. PHILLIP B.THOMASON is Professor of Spanish at Pepperdine University, California. El Coliseo de la Cruz, el primer teatro publico moderno de Madrid, fue construido (1736-37) en el solar del corral de comedias mas antiguo de la ciudad, el Corral de la Cruz, inaugurado ya en 1579. El corral, con su patio al aire libre, habia estado rodeado de aposentos particulares situados en las casas colindantes (estudiados recientemente en esta serie por Charles Davis), cuyos duenos contribuian relativamente poco a los fondos municipales; en 1736, ademas, estaba deteriorado y poco adecuado para la nueva escenografia. Por tanto, el Ayuntamiento lo derribo, reemplazandolo por un teatro moderno, enteramente cubierto, con proscenio y decorados en perspectiva. El nuevo coliseo estaba disenado al estilo italiano, pero retenia muchos elementos de los corrales de comedias, entre ellos la cazuela de las mugeres, y siguio atrayendo a un publico variado, que incluia practicamente todos los estratos de la sociedad madrilena. Finalmente, en 1859, el Coliseo de la Cruz, ya desfasado y deteriorado a su vez, fue derribado para aliviar los problemas de trafico en la Puerta del Sol. PHILLIP B.THOMASON es profesor de espanol de Pepperdine University, California. Seller Inventory # AAH9781855661141

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Published by Tamesis Books (2005)

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Thomason, Phillip B.

Published by Boydell & Brewer Ltd (2005)

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About this Item: Boydell & Brewer Ltd, 2005. Condition: Brand new. The Coliseo de la Cruz, the first modern public theatre in Madrid, was constructed [1736-37] on the site of the city's oldest permanent playhouse, the Corral de la Cruz, dating from 1579. The corral , an open-air cour tyard theatre, was surrounded by private boxes in neighbouring houses [recently studied in this series by Charles Davis], which only intermittently contributed to the municipal coffers; by 1736, moreover, it was decrepit and ill-s uited to current staging requirements. The city authorities therefore replaced it by an up-to-date, fully self-contained theatre building with a proscenium stage. The new coliseo was fashioned in the Italian style, b ut maintained many characteristics of the corral theatres, such as the cazuela [separate women's gallery], and continued to attract a varied audience, representing virtually every level of Madrid society. Final ly, in 1859, the Coliseo de la Cruz, by now inadequate and in ill repair, was demolished to alleviate traffic congestion at the Puerta del Sol. PHILLIP B.THOMASON is Professor of Spanish at Pepperdine University, Califor nia. El Coliseo de la Cruz, el primer teatro público moderno de Madrid, fue construido [1736-37] en el solar del corral de comedias más antiguo de la ciudad, el Corral de la Cruz, inaugurado ya en 1579. El corr al, con su patio al aire libre, había estado rodeado de aposentos particulares situados en las casas colindantes [estudiados recientemente en esta serie por Charles Davis], cuyos dueños contribuían relativamente poco a los fondo s municipales; en 1736, además, estaba deteriorado y poco adecuado para la nueva escenografía. Por tanto, el Ayuntamiento lo derribó, reemplazándolo por un teatro moderno, enteramente cubierto, con proscenio y decorados en perspec tiva. El nuevo coliseo estaba diseñado al estilo italiano, pero retenía muchos elementos de los corrales de comedias, entre ellos la cazuela de las mugeres, y siguió atrayendo a un público variado, que incluía prácticame nte todos los estratos de la sociedad madrileña. Finalmente, en 1859, el Coliseo de la Cruz, ya desfasado y deteriorado a su vez, fue derribado para aliviar los problemas de tráfico en la Puerta del Sol. PHILLIP B. THOMASON es profesor de español de Pepperdine University, California. Seller Inventory # 847

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About this Item: Tamesis Books Ltd, 2005. Paperback. Condition: Brand New. 334 pages. Spanish language. 8.75x5.75x1.00 inches. In Stock. Seller Inventory # __1855661144

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Published by Tamesis Books (2005)

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