This book chronicles the history and productions of The Private Theatre of Kilkenny, a prominent institution in the Irish theatre scene of the 19th century. Through meticulous research of available archives and testimonies, The Private Theatre of Kilkenny offers a vivid portrayal of the people, plays and performances that contributed to the dramatic legacy of this iconic theatre. An indispensable reference for theatre historians, researchers and enthusiasts.
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