Shakespeare's Ages of Man (Play) John Gielgud
Theatre Royal Sydney 1963 Playbill / Program (Rare)
Ages of Man is a one-man show performed by John Gielgud featuring a collection of speeches in Shakespeare’s plays. Based on an anthology edited by Oxford professor George Rylands in 1939 that organized the speeches to show the journey of life from birth to death, the show takes its title from Jaques’ “Ages of Man” speech from As You Like It (“All the world’s a stage and all the men and women merely players…”). Like the book, the show was divided into three parts: Youth, Manhood and Old Age.
Size 135 x 210 mm Great information about the show and John Gielgud a great addition to any show collection.
Condition: Used Good 7/10 (Showing some age wear)
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