ACTIVIDAD TEATRAL EN LA REGION DE MADRID SEGUN LOS PROTOCOLOS DE JUAN GARCÍA DE ALBERTOS, 1634-1660: I

por DAVIS, CHARLES

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ACTIVIDAD TEATRAL EN LA REGION DE MADRID SEGUN LOS PROTOCOLOS DE JUAN GARCÍA DE ALBERTOS, 1634-1660: I

ISBN: 978-1-85566-062-5
Fecha de la edición: 2002
Colección: , Número 0
Encuadernación: RUSTICA
Nº Pág.: 400

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Bookcondition: NEW. AS NEW. NUEVO COMO NUEVO-In 1639 the Madrid notary Juan García de Albertos was appointed Escribano de teatros, and many of his protocolos (registers of contracts) from 1634 to 1660 are collected in this two-volume set. They include contracts to perform autos and plays in local festivities throughout central Spain, revealing the remarkable degree of theatrical activity which took place even in small, isolated communities, and the considerable funds which were devoted to it, and enabling the theatrical calendars and the itineraries of the actors to be analysed. There are also numerous asientos (contracts for actors to perform in a company for a year) and various other documents related to aspects of the actors' professional and personal lives



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