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Musical Comedy: A Story in Pictures, 1969.
He was educated at Battersea Grammar School and became an actor when he left school, making his debut at Bedford in Harold Neilson's touring Shakespeare company . Musical Comedy: A Story in Pictures, 1969. Revue: A Story in Pictures, 1971. Pantomime: A Story in Pictures, 1973. The Wagner Companion, 1977.
Edwardian musical comedy began in the last decade of the Victorian era . Description of books about Edwardian musicals and people associated with them at Hobbyist.
Edwardian musical comedy began in the last decade of the Victorian era and captured the optimism, energy and good humour of the new century and the Edwardian era, as well as providing comfort during the First World War. The Gaiety Theatre's well-loved but racy burlesques were coming to the end of their popularity, and so was the run of phenomenally successful family-friendly Gilbert and Sullivan operas. Foreword to Musical Comedy by Raymond Mander and Joe Mitchenson (New York: Taplinger Publishing, 1969), pp. 7-8. ^ Richards, Jeffrey.
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Musical comedies, or musicals, have become America’s most significant contribution to world theatre. Musical comedy is a type of play that tells a story through a combination of dialogue, songs, and dances. Musical comedy developed in the United States during the late 1800s. European influences included the operetta, or light opera, and extravaganza, or spectacle. The basic American influences were vaudeville, minstrel show, and burlesques. Musical comedy differs from other forms of musical shows.
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