Writing for Vaudeville

Writing for Vaudeville

With Nine Complete Examples of Various Vaudeville Forms by Richard Harding Davis, Aaron Hoffman, Edgar Allen Woolf, Taylor Granville, Louis Weslyn, Arthur Denvir, and James Madison

Book - 1915
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A book of detailed instructions on writing for vaudeville and a brief section on how to make a "burlesque tab" ("tab" being short for "tabloid," meaning sensational in a lurid or vulgar way) on p. 316.
Publisher: Springfield, Mass. : The Home Correspondence School, 1915.
Characteristics: 1 online resource (639 p.)

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