Carlo Goldoni. Translated by John Black , edited by William A. Goldoni's autobiography. Goldoni: A Biography by H. Scroll down to the bottom for a list of Goldoni's plays.
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He was in Geneva from to , where he printed his play L'Origine d'Arlequin, avec sa naissance In one of his letters, he wrote to that theatre's heads, Vitzthumb and Compain "I have nearly all my sets and machines for my plays, and I would thus also furnish you with all that I have, sets, machines, ropes, pulleys, scrap and all the other "diableries", if you would be furnish me with the wood".
They finally took him on as a harlequin for the season, with his contract stipulating that he would "lend [the theatre] all his machines and sets". The Mercure de France wrote: "His metamorphoses are very numerous and very surprising. This actor sings, in a strong and pleasing manner, airs of his own composition. However, after the suppression of the Italian theatrical genre in Paris at the start of , Bigottini was dismissed with a compensation corresponding to his previous salary.
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