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Luigi Riccoboni

(1676—1753)

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Comédie-Italienne

Comédie-Italienne  

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Name given by the French to the institutionalized presence of an Italian theatre company in Paris in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. At first the title meant performing in Italian ...
Giuseppe Domenico Biancolelli

Giuseppe Domenico Biancolelli  

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(c.1637–88),actor and playwright of the commedia dell'arte who became famous as Dominique, playing the part of Arlequin. Son and grandson of actors, he was invited to join the Italian ...
Riccoboni, Luigi Andrea

Riccoboni, Luigi Andrea (1676–1753)   Reference library

The Oxford Companion to Italian Literature

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2005
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(1676–1753).

Modenese actor and dramatist. After the failure of his own company in Italy, from 1716 to

Riccoboni, Luigi

Riccoboni, Luigi   Reference library

The Concise Oxford Companion to the Theatre (2 ed.)

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2003
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(1676–1753),

actor of the commedia dell'arte, known as Lélio. The son of Antonio, who played Pantalone in London in ...

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