Henry Irving




The Henry Irving Archive:

Digital Resources for Scholars and Students

Plays and Productions

 

For play texts, souvenir programmes, historical and contemporary commentary, and images,

click on the name of a play:

The Amber Heart

Becket

The Belle's Strategem

The Bells

Charles I

Coriolanus

The Corsican Brothers

The Cup

Cymbeline

Dante

The Dead Heart

Don Quixote

Eugene Aram

Faust

Hamlet

Henry VIII

The Hunchback

Iolanthe

The Iron Chest

King Arthur

The Lady of Lyons

King Lear

Louis XI

Macbeth

Madame Sans-Gêne

The Medicine Man

The Merchant of Venice

Much Ado About Nothing

Nance Oldfield

Olivia

Othello

Peter the Great

Raising the Wind

Ravenswood

Robert Macaire

Robespierre

Romeo and Juliet

A Story of Waterloo

Twelfth Night

Two Roses

Werner

 

Henry Irving Archive: Home

This site is managed by Kristan Tetens (Michigan State University) in partnership with the Irving Society (UK), which promotes the study of the life of the English actor-manager Henry Irving (1838-1905), his artistic achievement at the Lyceum Theatre with partner Ellen Terry (1847-1928), and his contribution to Victorian culture. For more information on Victorian theatre history, including bibliographies and links to online resources, visit the Victorian Theatre Research Web at www.msu.edu/~tetenskr/index.html.