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Index 327 A. A. Cherepanov’s Family Park and Theater (Moscow), 34 Ablesimov, Aleksandr: Miller, Sorcerer, Cheat and Matchmaker, 121 Abramtsevo artist colony, 152 accessible theater, 10–11, 78, 89 Accessible Theater (Moscow), 57 actors: and audience laughter, 223; at factory theaters, 150–51; in imperial theaters, 19; at Nevskii Society, 142; at Nicholas II People’s House, 165; at people’s theaters, 165–66, 173; promotion of people’s theaters, 43, 54; at Skomorokh Theater, 64–65; techniques for circumventing censorship , 117–18 Adlerberg, V. F., 48, 49, 51, 52, 55, 57, 266n36 ad-libbing, 117, 194 Admiralty Square (St. Petersburg), 20 advertising, 64–65, 164; explanatory titles, 23, 28, 65 Age of Enlightenment, 14–18 Akhmatova, Anna, 37 Aladin, E. V.: Godfather Ivan, 98 Alchevskaia, K. D., 43 alcohol consumption. See drunkenness Aleksandrinskii Theater (St. Petersburg ), 18, 31, 72, 126, 128, 142, 188 Aleksandr of Mozhaisk (bishop), 75 Aleksandrovskii Park (St. Petersburg), 31–32, 155; as “drunk park,” 174 Alekseev-Iakovlev, Aleksei: after October Revolution, 246; at balagany, 23–24; Don Quixote, 164; at pleasure gardens, 31; at temperance theaters, 158–59, 162–64 Alexander I: dramatic portrayals of censored, 98; education under, 40 Alexander II, 56; assassination of, 58; censorship under, 91–92; conservatism under, 43; dramatic portrayals of, 105; fear of revolution, 49–50; imperial theater monopoly under, 47; popular education under, 40–41; reforms of, 39 Alexander III, 31; and censorship, 88– 89; conservatism under, 43; and ending of imperial theater monopoly, 58; and national people’s theater, 60–61 Alexis (tsar), 14 All-Russian Agricultural Exposition, Fourth: catalog of available plays, 81; and Nevskii Society, 142; people’s theater exhibit at, 64, 69, 70, 72, 73, 76 All-Russian Congress of People’s Theater Activists, First, 71, 72, 73, 113, 201 All-Russian Congress of Theater People, First, 67, 70, 76, 112–13 All-Russian Congress on the Struggle against Alcoholism, 175 All-Russian Manufacturing Exposition , 53 Alphabetical List of Dramatic Works Approved for Performance in Popular Theaters, 96–97, 115 America (theater), 226–27 anti-Semitism, 229–30; among conservatives , 75 Antropov, Luka: Vanka the Steward, 121, 125 Aquarium Gardens (Moscow), 136; in 1905, 172 Arcadia Gardens (St. Petersburg), 136 Aristotle: Poetics, 18 Artificial Mineral Water Gardens (St. Petersburg), 30 assemblées, 16 Ataman Ustinia Fedorovna, 104 Auber, Daniel: La muette de Portici, 109 audiences, 1, 7–8, 56, 61, 63, 77–79, 122, 179–80, 198, 205–6, 207, 208– 10, 238–39; of balagany, 20–22; and censorship, 89–90; at cinemas, 137– 38; descriptions of, 144–45, 147, 168–70, 179, 206–7, 208–10, 221– 23, 224, 226–27; diversity of, 20–21, 25, 32, 208, 210, 239; disagreements over identity of, 44, 169, 233; expectations of, 6, 12–13, 56, 211, 213, 216, 231; at factory theaters, 146– 47, 150–51; after February Revolution , 243; of imperial theaters, 19– 20; of komediinaia khramina, 14– 15; at pleasure gardens, 30–32; preferences of, 24, 56, 84–85, 173–74, 177, 180; response to theater, 176– 79, 205–31, 238–39; sources on, 205–7; at temperance theaters, 136, 164, 168–70, 176–77, 179; women in, 205, 208 audience surveys, 7, 206, 210–11, 221; and literacy, 205–6, 221; at Nevskii Society, 143, 210; responses to, 153, 211–21, 239 Averkiev, Dmitrii, 56; Frol Skabeev, 62; The Old Days of Kashirsk, 125, 222–23 Bakhrushin, Aleksei, 127, 152, 157, 244 balagany, 5, 14, 20–30, 32, 38, 85, 136, 233, 258n25; audience of, 20–22; censorship of, 112–13; costumes of, 23, 30; end of, 85, 157–62; criticism of, 28–30, 52, 196; influence of, 12, 162–66, 235–36; and audience preferences , 85, 173–74, 222; negative connotations of, 29–30; nostalgic recreations of, 161–62; repertoire of, 20, 22–23, 24, 38, 80, 85; social mixing at, 24–25 ballet, 156 Baltic shipyards, 135, 146 The Bandit Churkin, 62, 286n6 Beaumarchais, Pierre Augustin Caron de, 108–9; The Barber of Seville, 118 Belaia (Bogdanovskaia), Sofiia, 129; naturalistic dramas of, 229; The Unemployed, 109, 129, 182–83, 190, 242 Bennett, Tony, 5 Berg, Konstantin, 55 Berg, Wilhelm, 31 Berlin, people’s theater in, 156 Bernhardt, Sarah, 145 binary system of social categories, 41; inapplicability to urban society, 77– 79, 233. See also intelligentsia; narod Bizet, Georges, Carmen, 83 The Blockade of Russia, 246 Blok, Aleksandr, 2,; on post-Revolutionary theater, 247–48; The Showbooth , 161 The Boat, 34–35 Boborykin, Petr: The Smallholder, 108 Bogdanov, Aleksandr...

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9780520925878
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9780520225947
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52862196
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2014-01-01
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