John Kilby Green & the History of the Toy Theatre

(With much help from David Powell)

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JK Green’s 1812 Proscenium with the first scene from Harlequin Riddle-me Riddle-me-ree

Hugo’s Short History of the Toy Theatre
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1780 to the Current Day
1 Jan 2006
Hugo’s Long History of the Toy Theatre
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Introduction
Introduction
1 Jan 2006
Chapter 1
The Origins of the Toy Theatre
1 Jan 2006

Chapter 2

JK Green the Young Apprentice

5 Sep 2009

Chapter 3

JK Green & The Halfpenny Period

5 Sep 2009

Chapter 4

JK Green's Artists & Engravers

5 Sep 2009

Chapter 5

JK Green the Plagiarist

5 Sep 2009

Chapter 6

JK Green - The Final Years

5 Sep 2009

Chapter 7

The Redington Era

5 Sep 2009

Chapter 8

Benjamin Pollock

5 Sep 2009

Chapter 9

In the Name of Pollock

5 Sep 2009

Chapter 10

Pollock's Museum

5 Sep 2009

Transcripts

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Transcript 1

Mayhew/West Interview (1850)

1 Jan 2006

Transcript 2

Robert Louis Stevenson – Essay (1884-1887)

1 Jan 2006

Transcript 3

“Peeps into the Past” Frank Jay (1921)

1 Jan 2006

Transcript 4

“Collector’s Miscellany” No.1 – E Percival (1932)

1 Jan 2006

Transcript 5

“Collector’s Miscellany” No.7 – MW Stone (1933)

1 Jan 2006

Transcript 6

“Collector’s Miscellany” No.8 – MW Stone (1934)

1 Jan 2006

Transcript 7

“Collector’s Miscellany” No.9 – MW Stone (1934)

1 Jan 2006

Transcript 8

“Collector’s Miscellany” No.10 – MW Stone (1935)

1 Jan 2006

Appendices

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Appendix 1

JK Green – Addresses

1 Jan 2006

Appendix 2

Play Dates

1 Jan 2006

Appendix 3

JK Green – The Chronology of his Works

12 Aug 2006

Appendix 4

Dating Play Sheets

12 Jan 2007

Appendix 5

The Agents

11 Aug 2006

Appendix 6

Bibliography

8 Oct 2006

Appendix 7

Pollock's Pantomime Characters

12 Jan 2007

Appendix 8

Green’s Playbooks

5 Sep 2009

Appendix 9

Green’s Frontispieces

5 Sep 2009

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