3 edition of Bowery to Broadway found in the catalog.
Bowery to Broadway
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by Christopher Shannon.|
|LC Classifications||PN1995.9.I67 S53 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009045380|
From Broadway to the Bowery: A History and Filmography of the Dead End Kids, Little Tough Guys, East Side Kids and Bowery Boys Films, with Cast Biographies Leonard Getz McFarland & Company, Jan 1, - Performing Arts - pages. This is pretty much a cute little musical comedy about two Irish-American showmen, Michael O'Rourke (Jack Oakie) and Dennis Dugan (Donald Cook) who start out with rival show houses in the Bowery in the gay 90's and continue that rivalry to Broadway, thus the title. Even if these guys fight constantly, they fight like brothers, in a good natured.
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New York's Yiddish Theater: From the Bowery to Broadway. Edited by Edna Nahshon. New York: Columbia University Press, in association with the Museum of the City of New York, [ p. ISBN (hardcover), $ ISBN (e-book), $] Illustrations, bibliography, index. Review "Bowery to Broadway makes a major contribution to the study of Irish-American ethnicity. Shannon shows that in films of the s and s--when the Irish were putatively embracing all of modern America's values--the group was not only represented in Hollywood, but also offered a true-to-life alternative to modernity.5/5(1).
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No longer a passing reference in Waiting For Guffman, the passion the artists of the Bowery brought to serious cultural theater is an inspiration. Side note, the book itself is an incredible product.
In fact it was such a solid reading experience that it is often overlooked because books are relatively shoddy/5(10). Bowery to Broadway is a detailed, clearly-written and thoughtfully argued study that is sure to become the standard work on Irish-American representation in the Classic Hollywood Bowery to Broadway book (Ruth Barton, Trinity College Dublin / author of Acting Irish in Hollywood: From Fitzgerald to Farrell)5/5(1).
From the Bowery to Broadway: Lew Fields and the Roots of American Popular Theatre. Before Ziegfeld launched his Follies, before the Shubert brothers built their empire, Lew Fields' productions were the toast of Broadway.4/5. This book is not for everyone; certainly not the casual reader who wants to know a little about Vaudeville.
This is a year-by-year compendium of Lew Fields' career on the stage, from his earliest years in the Bowery, working with Tony Pastor and early variety shows, to his triumphs on Broadway, working with and trying to outwit the Syndicate, and on to his nurturing Rodgers and Hart in six of Cited by: From the Bowery to Broadway: Lew Fields and the Roots of American Popular Theatre Armond Fields, Author, L.
Marc Fields, With Oxford University Press, USA $ (p) ISBN. From Broadway to the Bowery is a book long awaited for any Dead End/East Side Kids Bowery to Broadway book Bowery Boys fans.
Getz's book finally fills in the missing pieces and gaps of these boys to men lives through out their humble beginning on broadway to their turbulent years in Hollywood to their tumultous lives after the spotlights have all grown cold.5/5(7).
The book Bowery to Broadway: The American Irish in Classic Hollywood Cinema, Christopher Shannon is published by University of Scranton Press. Bowery to Broadway () Two Bowery vaudevillians find success in producing shows on Broadway, but when one of them suddenly departs /10(4).
From Broadway to the Bowery book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. InSidney Kingsley's play about streetwise urban kids, ' 5/5.
The Bowery (/ ˈ b aʊər i /) is a street and neighborhood in the southern portion of the New York City borough of street runs from Chatham Square at Park Row, Worth Street, and Mott Street in the south to Cooper Square at 4th Street in the north.
The eponymous neighborhood runs roughly from the Bowery east to Allen Street and First Avenue, and from Canal Street north to Cooper North end: East 4th Street (continues as Cooper Square). Peter Duffy reviews Christopher Shannon's "Bowery to Broadway: The American Irish in Classic Hollywood Cinema.".
New York's Yiddish Theater from the Bowery to Broadway is an impressive and welcome addition to the growing scholarly canon on Yiddish theatre.
Theatre Annual - Nina Warnke. Prodigiously illustrated This indispensable book is a fun read, easy to browse through, get lost : Columbia University Press. From the Bowery to Broadway is a companion to an exhibition at the Museum of the City of New York scheduled for February more Kindle Edition, pages Published February 2nd by Columbia University Press/5.
Today I’ll concentrate on the second leg of my walk, down Broadway, 4th and 3rd Avenues, and the Bowery. GOOGLE MAP: BROADWAY AND THE BOWERY The brick building on the northeast corner of Broadway and West 21st Street has the air of something important about it, as if it has a past, and indeed it had once been a hotel called the Bancroft House.
The Hardcover of the Bowery to Broadway: The American Irish in Classic Hollywood Cinema by Christopher Shannon at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on Author: Christopher Shannon. In the early decades of the twentieth century, a vibrant theatrical culture took shape on New York City’s Lower East Side.
Original dramas, comedies, musicals, and vaudeville, along with sophisticated productions of Shakespeare, Ibsen, and Chekhov, were innovatively staged for crowds that rivaled the audiences on Broadway. New York's Yiddish Theater from the Bowery to Broadway is an impressive and welcome addition to the growing scholarly canon on Yiddish theatre.
Nina Warnke, Theatre Annual New York’s Yiddish Theater: From the Bowery to Broadway is a valuable addition to our understanding of the significant legacy of the early Jewish American experience.
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New York's Yiddish Theater: From the Bowery to Broadway edited by Edna Nachshon, Columbia University Press ‘New York’s Yiddish Theater’ Explores a Fractious Heritage of Melodrama and Musicals An exhibit devoted to Sholem Aleichem’s Tevye stories and to.
Get this from a library. Bowery to Broadway: the American Irish in classic Hollywood cinema. [Christopher Shannon] -- Here, Shannon guides readers through a number of classic films from the s and s and investigates why films featuring Irish American characters were so popular among American audiences during.
From Broadway to the Bowery Full Description: "In Sidney Kingsley’s play about streetwise urban kids, Dead End, opened on Broadway featuring 14 adolescent actors.
For two years on Broadway and then on tour, Kingsley’s play delivered its social commentary contrasting affluent neighborhoods and tenement slums on New York City’s East.Get this from a library! New York's Yiddish theater: from the Bowery to Broadway.
[Edna Nahshon; Museum of the City of New York,;] -- "In the early decades of the twentieth century, a vibrant theatrical culture took shape on New York City's Lower East Side. Original dramas, comedies, musicals, and vaudeville, along with.
New York's Yiddish Theater: From the Bowery to Broadway. Edited by Edna Nahshon, In conjunction with the Museum of the City of New York.
New York: Columbia University Press, pp. Evaluating a book chronicling, or associated with, a museum exhibition is a bit like crafting a theater review. It's not just about the text, but the spectacle.