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Drag! : male and female impersonators on stage, screen, and television : an illustrated world history / by F. Michael Moore
Bib ID 1884502
Format BookBook
Author
Moore, F. Michael
 
Description Jefferson, N.C. : McFarland, c1994 
vii, 301 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. 
ISBN 0899509967 (alkaline paper) (lib. bdg.)
Full contents
  • 1. Boys and Men as Shakespearean Women
  • 2. Women as Shakespeare's Heroes
  • 3. Actresses in Breeches Roles
  • 4. The British Tradition of the Pantomime Dame
  • 5. Principal Boys and Male Impersonators
  • 6. The Prima Donnas of Minstrelsy
  • 7. Vaudeville and the New York Stage
  • 8. Julian Eltinge
  • 9. Barbette
  • 10. Circus Acts
 
Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 259-265) and index.

Subjects Female impersonators.  |  Male impersonators.
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Male and female impersonators on stage, screen, and television

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