John Hemminge

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Noun1.John Hemminge - English actor who edited the first folio of Shakespeare's plays (1556-1630)John Hemminge - English actor who edited the first folio of Shakespeare's plays (1556-1630)
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edition of The Survay of London), John Heminges, and Henry Condell.
Ned Lambert is a boy player, apprenticed to John Heminges and billeted in his house.
This rare book, Mr William Shakespeare's comedies, histories, & tragedies, was published in 1623 because actors John Heminges and Henry Condell, one-time friends and colleagues of Shakespeare, thought it should be done.
Both plays involved controversy and censorship, which prepared him for the anti-theatrical prejudice hovering over the playhouse productions, and allowed him to study his craft among such greats as Richard Burbage, John Heminges, and Henry Condell.
If this was the case he was perhaps again aping the practices of professional actors such as John Heminges and theatrical impresario Philip Henslowe (see Kathman 8, 15).
69) Chambers infers it was a joint-company performance and not simply a transfer from the Red Bull, (for John Heminges was the payee), hence perhaps a recognition of the difficult staging demands that it makes, and a special Christmas treat.
William Shakespeare's Comedies, Histories & Tragedies, fue publicado de manera postuma por dos companeros de Shakespeare: John Heminges y Henry Condell en el ano 1623.
Si no ocurrio asi fue por la providencial intervencion de sus colegas Henry Condell y John Heminges, a quienes Bryson califica como "los mayores heroes literarios de todos los tiempos", que reunieron su produccion en un volumen postumo: el denominado Primer Folio, publicado en 1623.
As a freeman of the Grocers' Company, John Heminges bound two boys while member of the Lord Chamberlain's Men, both of whom are mentioned in the existing plot of Part 2 of The Seven Deadly Sins (Kathman "Players" 5).
Shakespeare, John Heminges, Augustine Phillips, and Thomas Pope had the other half.
Of course, Shakespeare's works have their fullest existence on the stage rather than the page, but nevertheless come to us in the "First Folio" prepared by John Heminges and Henry Condell in 1623, seven years after Shakespeare's death.
John Heminges and Henry Condell were William Shakespeare's principal colleagues in the Lord Chamberlain's Men who frequently performed before Elizabeth I, then James I when they became the King's Men, and these two were playhouse owners with the Bard and others.