John Crowne (1640?-1712)

Land : Grande-Bretagne
Sprache : anglais
Geschlecht : masculin
Geburt : 1640
Tod : 1712
Anmerkung :
Auteur dramatique. - Né en Nouvelle-Écosse (Canada)
Andere Namen : John Crown (1640?-1712)
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0000 6299 2851

Activities of John Crowne (1640?-1712) (31)

Auteur du texte (30)

Henry the Sixth, the first part
The Misery of civil-war
John Crowne's Sir Courtly Nice
The dramatic works of John Crowne, with prefatory memoir and notes (by James Maidmont and W. H. Dogan)
Sir Courtly Nice, or it cannot be, a comedy, as it is acted at the Theatres-Royal in Drury-Lane and Covent-Garden, by His Majesty's servants written, by Mr. Crown
The Country wit, a comedy acted at the Duke's-Theatre, written by Mr Crown
Caligula, a tragedy...
Regulus, a tragedy as it is acted by Their Majesties servants...
The Married Beau, or the curious impertinent, a comedy acted at the Theatre-Royal, by Their Majesties servants, written by Mr. Crowne
The Destruction of Jerusalem by Titus Vespasian, in two parts, as it was acted at the Theatre-Royal, written by Mr. Crowne,...
The English frier, or the Town sparks, a comedy as it is acted by Their Majesty's servants...
The english frier: or, the Town sparks. A comedy... By Mr Crowne
City politiques, a comedy...
Darius, king of Persia, a tragedy...
Sir Courtly nice, or it cannot be a comedy...
Thyestes, a tragedy...
Henry the sixth, the first part, with the murder of Humphrey, duke of Glocester...
The Misery of civil war, a tragedy...
The Ambitious statesman or the Loyal favourite...
The Destruction of Jerusalem by Titus Vespasian...
Andromache, a tragedy...
Calisto or the Chaste nimph, the late masque at court... with the prologue and the songs betwixt the acts...
The Countrey wit, a comedy...
Notes and observations on the Empress of Morocco [by Elkanah Settle], or Some few errata's to be printed instead of the sculptures, with the 2d edition of that play. [By John Dryden, Thomas Shadwell and John Crown.]
The History of Charles the eighth of France, or the Invasion of Naples by the French...
Juliana or the Princess of Poland, a tragicomedy...
The misery of civil war [1680]. - John Crowne. - [2]
The epilogue to "Sir Courtly Nice, or, it cannot be". - [1]
Henry the sixth, the first part, with the murder of Humphrey Duke of Glocester [1681]. - John Crowne. - [4]
Sir Courtly Nice, or it cannot be, a comedy, as it is acted at the Theatres-Royal in Drury-Lane and Covent-Garden, by His Majesty's servants written, by Mr. Crown

Autre (1)

The empress [sic pour empre.ss] of Morocco. A farce...

Documents about John Crowne (1640?-1712) (1)

Livres (1)

The first Harvard playwright

See also (7)