New York: The Viking Press, 1955. First edition. A Rare Inscribed Copy. INSCRIBED on the flyleaf: “For Ruth... Read More about A View from the Bridge
New York: Boni and Liveright, . First edition, binding A with middle initial G in author's name on spine and upper cover. Read More about The Emperor Jones, Diff'rent, The Straw
New York: Boni and Liveright, 1921. First edition, later (1921) printing, binding B. Inscribed to a Boulton, O‘Neil’s In-Laws. A presentation copy, inscribed on the front endpaper: “Here is ‘The Moon’ at last! I’ve started to send it a hundred times because I’ve always remembered with gratitude that you were..... Read More about The Moon of the Caribbees and Six Other Plays of the Sea
London: Printed for T. Turner, 47, Strand, 1813. Read More about The Works of. With Notes, Critical and Explanatory, and a Life of the Author by Thomas Thornton
Edinburgh: William Grant, 1869. Unrecorded. An unrecorded dramatic adaptation, or perhaps precedent, of James Payn's short story "An Aunt by Marriage," collected in 1879 volume of his short stories, High Spirits. We find record of the play being produced in London in 1876, but no record of this Edinburgh (or..... Read More about The Substitute. An English Farce
London: Printed for Private Circulation, 1875. First edition. Large Paper. Read More about The Poetical and Dramatic Works of Thomas Randolph of Trinity College Cambridge. Now First...
Boston: F.A. Searle, 1868? FOUL PLAY INDEED!! Read More about Broadside: Music Hall. Manager: J.B. Booth. The Great Success! Monday & Tuesday Evenings,...
New York: Metropolitan Publishing Company, 1895. Library Edition. Read More about The Works of Charles Reade, D.C.L. Library Edition
Philadelphia: Published by John Conrad & Co. No. 30 Chesnut Street[John Bioren, Printer], 1802. First American Edition, from the Sixth British Edition. Read More about Life, a Comedy, in Five Acts, As Performed at the New-Theatre, Philadelphia
London: Printed for S. Highley, (successor to the late Mr. John Murray), 1803. Read More about Buonaparte; or, The Free-Booter. A Drama
London: 96 Gloucester Place, Portman Square, Oct 1876. Reading in part: "...already sketched out a new plot for the 'Headless' (The Headless Man) which we must decide on at once if you are pledged to three weeks..." Read More about ALS. To Frank. About "Headless"
New York: Three Sirens Press, . Read More about Cyrano de Bergerac...in a translation by Helen B. Dole
Boston: Printed [by Joseph Bumstead] for Wm. P. and L. Blake, at the Boston book-store, Cornhill, 1797. First edition with Mrs. Rowson contribution. Libretto only. The music was composed by William Shield. Cf. Grove’s dictionary of music and musicians, 3rd ed. Bumstead’s monogram device appears on p. 68. "The following..... Read More about The Highland Reel: A Comic Opera, in Three Acts. As performed with universal applause, at the...
London: vd. 1. George Colman and David Garrick The Clandestine Marriage: A Comedy as it is acted at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane. A New EditionLondon: Printed for T. Becket, in Pall Mall. 17852. [Burgoyne, John]. The Heiress: A Comedy in Five Acts: As Performed at the Theatre-Royal Drury LaneFifth..... Read More about Sammelband of Fifteen 18th Century Plays
New York: Atheneum, . Book Club edition. INSCRIBED BY DUSTIN HOFFMAN. INSCRIBED by the play's star, Dustin Hoffman, to agent Mark Fleischman, with a reference to Schisgal's play LUV: “I am grateful (truly) / Luv, / Dustin / Thank you, Mark / (9-1-69).Hoffman, after years of struggle, had just burst..... Read More about Jimmy Shine
Boston: Little Brown and Company, 1890. Read More about The Works of William Shakespeare. The Plays edited from the Folio of 1633...by Edward Grant White
London: Printed by J.M. for Henry Herringman at the Sign of the Blew Anchor in the lower walk of the New Exchange, 1676. Second edition. Shadwell's (1642-1692) comedy of sexual intrigue at the fashionable spa at Epsom, Surrey, first published in 1673. Scarce. Read More about Epsom-Wells. A Comedy, Acted at the Duke's Theatre
New York: Johnson, Fry and Company, nd c. 1860. Read More about The Complete Works of William Shakespeare. Comedies, Histories and Tragedies...Life by Charles...
New York: Limited Editions Club, 1951. Kredel, Fritz. No. 1211 0f 1500. Based on the film version of the play created by Laurence Olivier. Designed by George Macy. Read More about The Life of King Henry V. The Arden Text, edited by Herbert Arthur Evans: with a general...
Boston: Published by Oliver and Munroe, and Belcher and Armstrong, 1807. First separate American edition. A lovely, unsophisticated copy in the original binding.Perhaps because of Puritanical bias, no edition of any of Shakespeare's works appeared in America until little known separate printings of Hamlet and Twelfth Night by the Boston..... Read More about The Poems of Shakespeare. To which is Added An Account of his Life
Edinburgh: James Nichol; London: James Nisbet; Dublin: W. Robertson; Liverpool: G. Philip & Son, 1862. Read More about The Poetical Works of William Shakspeare [sic] and the Earl of Surrey. With memoir and critical...
London: HODDER & STOUGHTON, nd. Read More about Shakespeare's Tragedy of Hamlet
London: Chapman and Hall, 1866-7. Second Edition. Extensively revised by Dyce for this edition; in his preface, he virtually disavows the first edition of 1857 in which he retained readings of a “much more doubtful character,” influenced as he writes, “perhaps unconsciously, by the example of Malone and of some..... Read More about The Works of William Shakespeare. The Text Revised by the Rev. Alexander Dyce. In Nine Volumes
London: Constable, 1919. First Edition. Heartbreak House is one of Shaw's greatest plays, and Lady Utterword, “a woman of the world” is a leading character. Read More about Heartbreak House, Great Catherine and Playlets of War
London: 29th August 1936. Shaw Licenses ‘Man and Superman’ for Stratford-upon-Avon. Standard license for Shaw’s plays, in this instance for a December 1936 performance of Man and Superman at the Memorial Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon.Roy Limbert (1893-1954) was co-founder with Sir Barry Jackson of the Malvern Drama Festival and after 1937 became..... Read More about Partially printed Document, Signed (“G Bernard Shaw”): Private. Mr. Bernard Shaw’s Plays....