9 edition of The James Adams Floating Theatre found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 261-275) and index.
|Statement||by C. Richard Gillespie.|
|LC Classifications||PN2293.S4 G5 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 288 p. :|
|Number of Pages||288|
|LC Control Number||91011076|
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The James Adams Floating Theatre by Margaret Meacham () [Margaret Meacham] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gillespie, C. Richard, James Adams Floating Theatre. Centreville, Md.: Tidewater Publishers, © Schiffer Publishing The James Adams Floating Theatre - The boat on which Edna Ferber based her famous novel brought excitement and entertainment to isolated small towns up and down the East Coast in early twentieth-century America.
In Aprilthe James Adams Floating Theatre, then in its 12th season, pulled up Bath Creek on the Pamlico River’s north shore, docked at Bath, and a woman who had been awaiting the craft for several days boarded her, exhilarated and with every intent of making American literary history. She was Edna Ferber, former Wisconsin newspaperwoman-turned-novelist, hard on.
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Photographs. pages. I never The James Adams Floating Theatre book to see a show boat performance (it performed after a. The James Adams Floating Theatre. This was the one and only vessel visited by Edna Ferber before writing her novel Show Boat. Edna Ferber's novel went on to inspire the Oscar Hammerstein II/Jerome Kern smash Broadway hit of the same name.
It is a well researched book. The James Adams Floating theatre also has a website. James Adams was a vaudeville and The James Adams Floating Theatre book show person who decided in that anyone could buy a tent and start a traveling repertoire companies but, due to the expense, not that many people could built a boat for a floating theatre.
The boat on which Edna Ferber based her famous novel brought excitement and entertainment to isolated small towns up and down the East Coast in early twentieth-century America. The builder of the boat, James E. Adams, was a farmer from Michigan who taught himself to be a circus aerialist, started and prospered with his own carnival company, and, when retirement proved.
The James Adams Floating Theatre was a floating theatre founded in by James Adams and his wife Gertrude, that toured Chesapeake Bay staging theatre in Maryland, Virginia, and North Carolina. It was visited in by Edna Ferber while writing the novel which inspired Jerome Kern and Oscar Hammerstein II’s Broadway show Show Boat.
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The scene was the James Adams Floating Theatre, a two-story scow measuring feet long and thirty-four feet wide. Built in Washington, North Carolina, inthe showboat was modeled on those that had plied the Mississippi, although it was never so ornate in appearance.
The James Adams Floating Theatre was launched on Januand started moving north along the coast, calling on small towns, beginning a saga that would continue for the next 27 years. Self-contained and weighing tons, the theatre was pulled from port to port by two tugboats. She was an impressive vessel, feet long and 34 feet wide.
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The James Adams Floating Theatre was also the original showboat that inspired Edna Ferber’s novel Showboat, which would later go on to become the basis for the hit broadway musical. The theater was founded by vaudevillian James Adams. Ferber’s voyage on the James Adams Floating Theatre is an oft-told story.
You can find a very interesting and thorough account of it here at the Bath Historic Site’s web site. As I mentioned above, Ferber never intended to set her novel on the North Carolina coast, presumably because she considered the Mississippi a more romantic setting, at least in the.
The Adams' plays were always conservative for the rural audiences -- there was a strict moral code on the boat and the sometimes racy tittles never matched their content.
Cast and Crew While the actors themselves changed frequently over the years, The James Adams Floating Theatre always featured the same cast of characters. He wrote a book on the James Adams Floating Theatre, published in Dr. Gillespie died on Apr. 2, SCOPE AND CONTENT This collection relates to the history of the James Adams Floating Theatre from to Included in the collection are originals and copies of advertisements and programs.
Popular culture. Incircus actors James Adams and his wife launched the James Adams Floating Theatre, a showboat that would tour the Chesapeake Bay and bring theatre to audiences in Maryland, Virginia, and North the process of writing her novel Show Boat, Edna Ferber stayed on board the James Adams Floating Theatre to gather research.
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The James Adams Floating Theatre by C. Richard Gillespie,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Show Boat is a novel by American author and dramatist Edna chronicles the lives of three generations of performers on the Cotton Blossom, a floating theater on a steamboat that travels between small towns along the banks of the Mississippi River, from the s to the story moves from the Reconstruction Era riverboat to Gilded Age Chicago to Author: Edna Ferber.
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