Home  /  BOOK10177



Garrick, David


Garrick's time piece for tragedy shewing the precise time necessary for the performance of each act with just propriety. Vol: the first

Publisher / Year

[London, 1750?]

Physical description

34 p.; 16 cm.


Manuscript. Title transcribed from first leaf of text


With an index at the back of the volume


One leaf has been torn from the volume, leaving a small part


With a note by Drinkwater Meadows pasted to a front flyleaf: 'I imagine the time set down is that whixh was occupied by the acting only, and not including the music of the entre acts [sic] - therefore we may add at least five minutes to each act [words crossed through, illegible] - that is twenty five minutes for each performance - scenic effects being in Garrick's days, little thought of. Thus Hamlet - 2 hours & 39 minutes [+] 25 entre acts [=] 3 hours - 4 minutes

Added name

Meadows, Drinkwater


Archive Room
Powered by CollectionsIndex+ Collections Online