Ascribed to Samuel Foote, apparently without justification. cf. Baker, Biog. dram.; Genest.
|Statement||As it is performed at the Theatre Royal in the Haymarket.|
|Contributions||Foote, Samuel, 1720-1777.|
|LC Classifications||PR1241 .L6 vol. 125, PR3291 .L6 vol. 125|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||47|
|LC Control Number||26002234|
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The tailors, (or "Quadrupeds,"): a tragedy for warm weather, in three acts, as performed at the Theatres Royal / By illus. Robert Cruikshank and Years previous, Foote had produced at that house a burlesque piece, the author of which was never known, entitled "The Tailors; or, a Tragedy for Warm Weather." Tho satire of . Abstract. Available for non-commercial, internal use by students, staff, and faculty at the University of Michigan for academic and research purposes inaries ribed from: The Tailors ; A Tragedy for Warm Weather, in Author: Samuel Foote. Janice Graham wove this book together with all the care a master tailor would put into a nobleman's coat. (The comparison had to be made). The characters were frustrating in their stubbornness, weakness, and bad judgements, but the majority of them were so loveable; if not loveable, then definitely relateable/5.
On 15 August , a play called The Tailors: A Tragedy for Warm Weather, starring William Dowton, was presented at the theatre, then known as The Little Theatre in the Hay. The London tailors took exception to this satire on their craft, and . With temperatures blazing and end-of-summer sales in full force, it’s an ideal time to talk about how older job seekers and employees can look their best despite the Author: Nancy Collamer. On 15 August , a play called "The Tailors: a Tragedy for Warm Weather" starring William Dowton, was presented at a London Theatre called "The Little Theatre in the Hay". The London tailors took exception to this satire on their craft, and . MERCUTIO, his page, and BENVOLIO enter with other men. I’m begging you, good Mercutio, let’s call it a day. It’s hot outside, and the Capulets are wandering around. If we bump into them, we’ll certainly get into a fight. When it’s hot outside, people become angry and hot-blooded. 5 Thou art like one of those fellows that, when he.