Garrick Club i Players – aktorskie kluby dżentelmeńskie

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Glarrick Club and Players – gentlemen’s clubs of actorst

Gentlemen’s Club is an institution associating people of approximately the same social status, political preference, professional position, or interests, to which only previously accepted members can be admitted. London’s Garrick Club and New York’s Players Club are unique actors’ clubs in the world, which have specified precisely their professional activity profiles and which own collections of theatre memorabilia and conduct wide-scale charitable activity. Both organizations have similar management systems, a similar model of artistic activity, organization and promotion, as well as member recruitment system. Garrick and Players are one of the last places, where you can naturally come into direct contact with the XIX century culture, where beauty and uniqueness lies in constancy and preservation of the morality of the old days.

Słowa kluczowe: gentlemen’s club, actor, Garrick, Players, London, New York

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