The Italian-American Immigrant Theatre of New York City 1746-1899: Proliferation of Opera and Its Stars 1868 - Vol. 10
|Author: ||Aleandri, Emelise|
As we progress through these volumes chronicling the Italians in New York theatre, each year’s compilation loom noticeably larger than the one before. The surge began dramatically after the Civil War and continued to expand, with more Italian visitors and residents participating in the theatrical life and business of the city.
“I have known and admired Dr. Aleandri for many years. From our first acquaintance, it was evident that she had a passion for Italian-American theatre. Her academic pursuits have dealt with these materials and a good part of her post-doctoral life has been devoted to this subject. I would wager that no one else knows the material so deeply and so widely as she does. What she has discovered and experienced should most certainly be preserved for future generations of scholars and practitioners.”
– Vera Mowry Roberts,
Professor Emerita, Hunter College
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