Actress in Spite of Herself: The Life of Anna Cora Mowatt

  • Title: Actress in Spite of Herself: The Life of Anna Cora Mowatt
  • Author: Mildred Allen Butler
  • ISBN: 2940011281020
  • Page: 405
  • Format: Nook
  • Actress in Spite of Herself The Life of Anna Cora Mowatt Anna Cora Mowatt holds an important place in American theater history She was the first woman to give public readings she wrote the first social satire for the stage and having become a star overnigh
    Anna Cora Mowatt holds an important place in American theater history She was the first woman to give public readings she wrote the first social satire for the stage and, having become a star overnight without previous acting experience, she was the first American to make the acting profession for women respectable proving that a lady could be an actress and an actressAnna Cora Mowatt holds an important place in American theater history She was the first woman to give public readings she wrote the first social satire for the stage and, having become a star overnight without previous acting experience, she was the first American to make the acting profession for women respectable proving that a lady could be an actress and an actress a lady Ages 12 up.

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    About Mildred Allen Butler


    1. Mildred Butler Engdahl, who published under her maiden name Mildred Allen Butler, was the mother of writer Sylvia Engdahl She had a B.A from Wellesley College and an M.A in Drama from the University of Oregon, and had worked both as a high school English teacher and as a director of community theaters Late in her life she wrote several historical books for teens as well as articles for scholarly magazines.


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