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Vol. 67, No. 1 (pp1-64, 2013)
Searching for Thomas Harris: Challenges Faced by His First Biographer -§- The Simpson Players of Jacobean Yorkshire and the Professional Stage -§- Joan Littlewood And The De-Mystification Of Acting -§- A. P. Herbert's Helen (and every marriage since 1937)
Vol. 67, No. 2 (pp65-124, 2013)
Before Ibsen: The Early Stage Career of Janet Achurch, 1883-89 -§- The People's Impresario: Roland Muldoon at the Hackney Empire.
Vol. 66, No. 1 (pp1-64, 2012)
Margaret Gibson's Letters to her Mother 1931-40 -§- "Finest Printing on the Road": The Importance of Poster Advertising for Touring Theatre Companies Around the Turn of the Twentieth Century -§- The Phenomenology of Non- Theatre Sites on Audience
Vol. 66, No. 2 (pp65-124, 2012)
"Books of the Songs to be had at the Theatre": Some Notes on Fruit Women and their Contribution to Theatre Finances -§- Christopher Rich From Puritan to Theatre Manager -§- Paternity of the Siblings of Charles and Thomas Dibdin -§-
Going at the Theatre: Toilet Facilities in the Early Playhouses -§- The Proscenium Doors in The Duke's Theatre Lincoln's Inn Fields
Vol. 66, No. 3 (pp125-184, 2012)
The Showman's Daughter: Mary Effie Collette, Actress -§- William Allen Brunning, S.B.A. (181850): A Forgotten Artist Scene-Painter -§- "Hassan: Iraq On The British Stage".
Vol. 65, No. 1 (pp1-60, 2011)
An 18thC Capital Of Culture? Conflict & Controversy in Liverpool's Pursuit of a Theatre Royal -§- The Corsican Trap: Its Mechanism & Reception -§- A Prompt Copy of William Dimond's The Broken Sword -§- "Hands Off Proud Stranger": Shakespeare Versus Multiple Authorship in Performance.
Vol. 65, No. 2 (pp61-124, 2011)
Real and Virtual Doors on Early Restoration Stages, by Tim Keenan -§- Mr Macready and his Monarch, by Richard Foulkes -§- Redefining the Grotesque: E. J. Odell, Actor and Comedian, by Bernard Ince.
Vol. 65, No. 3 (pp125-188, 2011)
Stage and Costume Designers Working at the Italian Opera in London: The Evidence of the Librettos 1710-1801 -§- Matthew Lewis's The Monk and James Boaden's Aurelio and Miranda From Text to Stage -§- Trilby's Dress: Reception, Inspiration and Interpretation.
Vol. 64, No. 1 (pp1-56, 2010)
Playgoers on the Outdoor Stages of Early Modern London -§- The Will of John Rich - Probate and Problems -§- The Other Percy Nash: Theatrical Interludes in the Life of a Film Pioneer.
Vol. 64, No. 2 (pp57-120, 2010)
Manufacturing Spectacle: The Georgian Playhouse and Urban Trade and Manufacturing -§- Miss Cheer as Lady Rosehill: A Real-Life Drama in Late Colonial British America -§- Jesters to the Revolution: A History of Cartoon Archetypical Slogan Theatre (CAST), 1965-85.
Vol. 64, No. 3 (pp121-184, 2010)
Epilogues, Prayers after Plays, and Shakespeare's 2 Henry IV -§- An Early Pioneer of the New Drama: Charles Charrington, Actor-Manager and Fabian Socialist -§- Tickets, Critics and Censorship: The Royal Court, The Spectator & The Arts Council of Great Britain 1969-70.
Vol. 63, No. 1 (2009)
Spaces, Doors and Places in Early Modern English Staging -§- Natural-Born Showman: The Stage Career of Charles Collette, Actor & Comedian -§- Lena Ashwell and The Starlight Express.
Vol. 63, No. 2 (2010)
Actors' Names as Textual Evidence -§- Letters from Thomas Coutts to William 'Gentleman' Smith -§- Theatrical Custom versus Rights: The Performers' Dispute with the Proprietors of Covent Garden in 1800.
Vol. 63, No. 3 (2010)
Adelphi Theatre, Moor Street, Birmingham -§- Re-emergence of a Unique Theatrical Teapot -§- W. P. Dando's Improved Tableaux Vivants at the Palace Theatre of Varieties, London.
Vol. 62, No. 1 (pp1-60, 2008)
Was Mary Lee the 'Woman Turned Bully' -§- England's Glory and Celebrations at Court for Queen Anne's Birthday in 1706 -§- Deciphering The Downfall of Shakespeare on a Modern Stage of 1765.
Vol. 62, No. 2 (pp61-124, 2008)
Admission Prices at the Dorset Garden Theatre -§- Simla: Amateur Theatre Capital of the Raj -§- Notes & Queries: The British Stage in 18thC Calcutta, Theatre Book Prize, Esme Percy Memorial, Firework Accidents, Richard Brome Productions.
Vol. 62, No. 3 (pp125-180, 2009)
Herkomer's Legacy to Craig and the New Stagecraft -§- Theatres of Influence: The Remarkable Music Halls Of Robert Edwin Villiers -§- The Diary of John Stede, London Theatre Prompter from about 1710 to the 1760s.
Vol. 61, No. 1 (pp1-60, 2007)
'Assisted By A Barber': The Court Apothecary Special Effects and The Gypsies Metamorphosed -§- The Early Restoration Stage Re-Anatomised: The Adventures of Five Hours at Lincoln's Inn Fields 1663 -§- Oedipus: Probable Performance in 1697/98 -§- Charles Alexander Calvert at Newport -§- The Victorian Theatre Orchestra.
Vol. 61, No. 2 (pp61-120, 2007)
'Our Theatrical Attempts in this Distant Quarter': The British Stage in 18thC Calcutta -§- 'We Are Not in Little England Now': Charles and Ellen Kean in Civil War America -§- After Janet: A Brief Biography of St Aubyn Miller, Actor and Dramatis.
Vol. 61, No. 3 (pp121-176, 2007)
Oldys, Motteux and 'The Play'rs Old Motto': The 'Totus Munuds' Conundrum Revisited -§- 'Abominable, Impious, Prophane, Lewd, Immoral': Prosecuting the Actors in Early Eighteenth Century London -§- Ira Aldridge at Covent Garden, April 1833.
Vol. 60, No. 1 (pp1-68, 2006)
George Speaight (1914-2005) -§- Were The Doors Open or Closed? The Use of Stage Doors in the Shakesrearean Theatre -§- Ira Aldridge's London Debut -§- The Outsider: The Michel Saint-Denis Archive -§- A Brief Candle in Wartime: Antony Rawlins and The Lunts, 1943.
Vol. 60, No. 2 (pp69-126, 2006)
'Greene's Baboone': Thomas Greene, Ape Impersonator? -§- Boyl'e Guzman at Lincoln's Inn Fields 1669 -§- New Garrick Letters -§- Managing The Pantomime: Productions At The Theatre Royal Nottingham in the 1860s
Vol. 60, No. 3 (pp127-186, 2006)
Editorial: The Theatre Museum -§- Acting in the Field -§- The First Edinburgh and London Editions of John Home's Douglas and The Play's Early Stage History -§- A Theatre for All Seasons: The Queens Theatre Hull, 1846-1869.
Vol. 59, No. 1 (pp1-60, 2005)
Restoration Actors Michael Mohun & Edward Kynaston -§- Restoration Scene Keeper James Triggs? -§- Dramatic Opera & Theatrical Reform: Dennis's Rinaldo and Armida & Motteux's The Island Princess -§- Rights & Riots: Footmen's Riots, Drury Lane 1737 -§- Theatre at Wynnstay.
Vol. 59, No. 2 (pp61-120, 2005)
Poel Letters, by Marion O'Connor -§- Glynne Wickham: Early Stages -§- Searching For Scripts:
Re-Writing The History Of British Theatre Post-1968, by Kate Dorney -§- Margaret Collins (1925- 2005).
Vol. 59, No. 3 (pp121-180, 2005)
The Acting of Henry Irving -§- The AHRC Mander and Michenson Theatre Collection Access for Research Project: Conversations with Cataloguers -§- Auditorium Tilting Floors.
Vol. 58, No. 1 (pp1-44, 2004)
Early Actors in New York -§- Puppet Politics: Tobias Smollett, Charlotte Clarke & Theatrical Opposition to Handel -§- The Theatre at Wynnstay: 18thC Private Theatricals at their Finest -§- Arts & Humanities Research Board's Research Developement of the BL Theatre Archives.
Vol. 58, No. 2 (pp45-120, 2004)
Glynne Wickham (1922-2004) -§- Patronage, Puratism & Playing: Travelling Players in Elizabethan & Stuart Maldon, Essex -§- The Rotunda: Variety Stage & Socialist Platform -§- 20thC Choices: or what did they see from the stalls, circle & gallery? III Sheila Winter: 1934-45
Vol. 58, No. 3 (pp121-176, 2004)
Jack Reading (1916-2004) -§- Charles Kean and the Great Exhibition -§- Sketches of T.F. Luppino -§- How a Meininger Saw Us in 1881: The Actor Ludwig Barnay on Henry Irving & Others -§- Tom Taylor & Charles Reade's Lost Play -§- Is this a Picture of Jules Leotard?
Vol. 57, No. 1 (pp1-76, 2003)
Arthur Bedford's A Serious Advertisement (1705) and the Early History of Theatre in Bristol -§- GBS and the BBC Saint Joan, 1929 -§- Twentieth Century Choices: or what did they see from the stalls, circle and gallery - II Derek Kenwood.
Vol. 57, No. 2 (pp77-116, 2003)
'Shoot at him all at Once': Gunfire at the Playhouse, 1587 -§- John Rhodes, Draper, Bookseller and Man of the Theatre -§- Brandon, Feats and Hocus Pocus: Jugglers Three -§- Staging Birnam Wood in the 1840s: a Discovery at the Folger Shakespeare Library.
Vol. 57, No. 3 (pp117-176, 2003)
Dancing Monkeys at Dorset Gardens -§- Provincial Theatre in Britain, 1773-1808: The Burney Playbills Examined -§- Antarctic Theatricals: The Frozen Farce of Scott's First Exhibition.
Vol. 56, No. 1 (pp1-76, 2002)
George Rowell (1923-2001) -§- Sir Lewis Lewkenor Sees a Play -§- James Bernard Fagan and Chekhov -§- Twentieth Century Choice; or, what did they see from the stalls, circle and gallery. I Mr Croydon.
Vol. 56, No. 2 (pp77-136, 2002)
Punch and Joan -§- Playwrights with Foresight: Staging Resources in the Elizabethan Playhouses -§- The End of Charles Kean's Directorship of the Windsor Theatricals -§- The French Play in London: The Comédie-Française at the Gaiety Theatre 1879.
Vol. 56, No. 3 (pp137-184, 2002)
Prompting, Backstage Activity, & the Openings into the Shakespearian Stage -§- New Theatre Items from the Newdigate Newsletters -§- Transformations & Theophanies: Documentary on the Georgian Stage -§- The Bristol Grooves Recovered.
Vol. 55, No. 1 (pp1-56, 2001)
Two 17thC Actors: New Facts -§- New Material for a Jacobean Playhouse: The Red Bull Theatre on the Seckford Estate -§- Back to the Théàtre du Marais, plus a Post-Script on Wren's Drury Lane: A Reply to David Thomas -§- The Censor Turns Manager: William Bodham Donne and the Windsor.
Vol. 55, No. 2 (pp57-108, 2001)
Doors at the Globe: The Gulf Between Page and Stage -§- John Heminges's Tap-House at the Globe -§- Edwin Booth's First Attempt at Shylock -§- Unpublished Letters from Charles & Ellen Kean's Final American Tour -§- On the Edge of the Empire: Hobart Town Shakespeare, 1864.
Vol. 55, No. 3 (pp109-164, 2001)
The Prompter's Place in Shakespearian Theatre -§- Of Dogges and Gulls: Sharp Dealing at the Swan (1597) ...and Again at St Paul's (1606) -§- Harold Scott, The Comus Court and the Choice Spirits' Assembly -§- Hungarian Rhapsodist: Ilka Pálmay's Recollections of Gilbert & Sullivan.
Vol. 54, No. 1 (pp1-68, 2000)
Hangings, Doors & Discoveries: Conflicting Evidence or Problematical Assumptions -§- The Macclesfield Theatre Company & Nineteenth Century Silk Manufacturers -§- Galsworthy's The Silver Box: A Granville Barker Rehearsal Book (1904).
Vol. 54, No. 2 (pp69-128, 2000)
The Playhouse of the Choristers of St Paul's c.1575-1608 -§- Musical Evidence for an Early Eighteenth-Century Revival of The Maid in the Mill at Lincoln's Inn Fields -§- 'Jack Sheppard' Plays and the Influence of Cruikshank.
Vol. 54, No. 3 (pp129-180, 2000)
William Vincent, Alias Hocus Pocus: A Travelling Entertainer of the Seventeenth Century -§- Garrick Papers in Hereford -§- Emma Sarah Lowe -§- William Poel to George Bernard Shaw.
Vol. 53, No. 1 (pp1-60, 1999)
Tarlton and the Sanguine Temperament -§- Stage Doors at the Globe -§- Circuit Theatres in Dorchester & Bridport 1793-1843 -§- Playwright In Extremis: George Dibdin Pitt Revisited -§- Patronage & the Arts: The John Lewis Partnership & the Royal Court Theatre.
Vol. 53, No. 2 (pp61-124, 1999)
The Music Hall at the Grapes Tavern, 1846-1882 -§- Songs, Sketches and Modern Life: Scottish Comedians 1900-1940 -§- Chekhov, the Rediscovery of Realism: Michel Saint-Denis' Productions of Three Sisters and The Cherry Orchard.
Vol. 53, No. 3 (pp125-180, 1999)
The Design of the Théâtre du Marais and Wren's Theatre Royal, Drury Lane: A Computer Based Investigation -§- William Poel's Globe -§- Tiring House Wall Scenes at the Globe: A Change in Style and Emphasis.
Vol. 52, No. 1 (pp1-60, 1998)
Davies' Bear-Baiting Ring, 1663: The Hope Restored? -§- The Macklin-Garrick Riots -§- New Light on Mother Goose -§- George Dibdin Pitt: Actor & Playwright -§- The Sub-Stage Equipment at Her Majesty's Theatre, London, and the "Phantom".
Vol. 52, No. 2 (pp61-116, 1998)
"Geometrical" Hinges and the Frons Scenæ of the Globe -§- A Smock Alley Prompt Book for Tyrannick Love -§- English Puppets and the Survival of Religious Theatre -§- London Actors in the 1740s-1760s: The Evidence of Robert Baker.
Vol. 52, No. 3 (pp117-176, 1998)
Itinerant, Roguish Entertainers in Elizabethan & Early Stuart Norwich -§- George Saunders & the Birmingam New Street Theatre -§- Johamma Schopenhauer's Journal: A German View of the London Theatre Scene 1803-5 -§- The Letters of George Devine to Michel Saint-Denis, 1939-1945.
Vol. 51, No. 1 (pp1-60, 1997)
The First Plays at the New Globe -§- "Enter a Throng of Citizens" Extras at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre -§- George Devine's Visit to Edward Gordon Craig -§- Colour & Decoration on 19thC Playbills. -§- New London Cast Listings, 1696-1737, with other additions and corrections to The London Stage .
Vol. 51, No. 2 (pp61-120, 1997)
Ariel's Costume in the Original Staging of The Tempest -§- A Legal Dodge in the Business Practices of the Original Globe & Drury Lane Theatres -§- "Abstracts & Articles": An Early Restoration Theatre Agreement -§- Pizarro, Bridges & the Gothic Scene -§- 'Ragging the Bard': Terence Gray, Shakespeare & Henry VIII.
Vol. 51, No. 3 (pp121-180, 1997)
Was Totus Mundus Agit Histrionem Ever the Motto of the Globe Theatre? -§- The Georgian Theatre in Sydney -§- Thomas Doggett at Cambridge, 1701 -§- An Unknown Backstage Painting: Nixon's "Peep Behind the Scenes, Covent Garden Theatre"
Vol. 50, No. 1 (pp1-60, 1996)
Theatre Notebook: the First Ten Years -§- Further Evidence of David Garrick's Portrayal of Hamlet from the Diary of Georg Christoph Lichtenberg -§- Benefit Play Selection at Drury Lane 1792-1769: The Cases of Mrs Cibber, Mrs Clive & Mrs Pritchard -§- Edmund Kean & Richardson's Theatre -§- Samuel Beazley & the Drury Lane Alterations of 1822.
Vol. 50, No. 2 (pp61-120, 1996) OUT OF PRINT
Women on Stage: Historiography and Feminist Revisionism -§- Press > for History -§- A Magnificent Obsession: Harold Hobson & Waiting for Godot -§- "That Astonishing Clever Child": Performers and Prodigies in the Early Mid-Victorian Theatre -§- The Face of Villainy on the Victorian Stage -§- "Supers" at the Lyceum -§- Oscar Wilde's Contract for a New Play, 1900.
Vol. 50, No. 3 (pp121-180, 1996)
Kempe and Armin: The Management of Change -§- Vanburgh's Aesop -§- The Transformation of Susan: The Stage History of Douglas Jerrold's Black Eyed Susan 1829-1994.
Vol. 49, No. 1 (pp1-60, 1995)
Harry W. Pedicord, 1912-1994 (obit.) -§- Filling the Gaps: Further Comments on Two Performances of Nathum Tate's King Lear in 1701, their dates and cast -§- Receipts at Drury Lane: Richard Corss's Diary for 1746-47 Part I -§- Oswald Stoll: A Music Hall Pioneer.
Vol. 49, No. 2 (pp61-120, 1995)
"Suit the Action to the Word": An Early 17thC Allusion to Hamlet in Performance -§- A 1663 Cast List for The Alchemist -§- Receipts at Drury Lane: Richard Cross's Diary for 1746-47 Part II -§- More Theatre Items from the Newdigate Letters -§- Cecily Hamilton on Theatre: A Preliminary Bibliography.
Vol. 49, No. 3 (pp121-180, 1995)
Theatre Notebook & Theatre Research in Britain -§- Theatre Preservation since 1945 -§- Elizabethan Theatres: Fifty Years on -§- Turrets & Tiring Houses on the Elizabethan Public Stage -§- Late 17thC Royal Portraiture & Restoration Staging -§- The Eclectic Comic Genius of John Rich in The Necromancer -§- Kemble's Coriolanus & the Folger Painting: A Second Look.
Vol. 48, No. 1 (pp1-60, 1994)
Poussin's Coriolanus and Kemble's Roman Matron -§- Anatomy of a Theatrical Season for Covent Garden, 1758-59 -§- D'Arc's in Dublin -§- The Old Cross Music Hall -§- Oscar Wilde's Contract for A Woman of No Importance.
Vol. 48, No. 2 (pp61-120, 1994)
Another View of Macready -§- A Clean and Wholesome Entertainment: The One-Act Play and the Variety Stage -§- A Scene from the life of St. Edmund: Dramatic Representation in an English Medieval Alabaster -§- Computer Analysis of Restoration Staging, III, 1682-1694.
Vol. 48, No. 3 (pp120-176, 1994)
Shakespeare's Roles for Children: A Stage History -§- Casting the Coventry Weavers' Pageant -§- Charles II, The Theatre Patentees and the Actors' Nursery -§- An Opening at Leeds in 1873: Tom Taylor's Arkwright's Wife -§- Tom Taylor and Mr Davies of Warrington.
Vol. 47, No. 1 (pp1-60, 1993)
Commemorating Anne Oldfield -§- Dickens in the Circus -§- Computer Analysis of Restoration Staging I: 1661-1672 -§- William Hogarth's Theatrical Writings: The Interplay between Theatre, his Theories, & his Art -§- The Dove on a Cord in the Chester Cycle's Noah's Flood.
Vol. 47, No. 2 (pp61-120, 1993)
An Addendum to The London Stage 1660-1700 -§- Did the Apron Stage Retreat? -§- Flying Dragons & Dancing Chairs at Dorset Gardens: Staging Dioclesian -§- Three Loutherbourg Designs -§- A Collection & its Catalogue -§- Reminiscences in Retirement: Theatrical References in the Post Britannia Diaries of F. C. Wilton.
Vol. 47, No. 3 (pp121-180, 1993)
The Witts Illustration 1662 -§- Computer Analysis of Restoration Staging, II: 1671-1682 -§- New Light on Limelight -§- E. W. Goodwin's Articles on "The Architecture & Costume of Shakespeare's Plays" -§- Robert Eddison as a Collector -§- Casting & the Manager's Role in Sheridan's A Trip to Scarborough.
Vol. 46, No. 1 (pp1-56, 1992)
Ghostly Appearances: The Vision Scene in The Corsican Brothers -§- Book Carriers: Medieval and Tudor Staging Conventions -§- The Theatre at Richmond, Yorkshire: New Evidence and Conjectures -§- Neglected Sources of Nineteenth-Century Theatre History.
Vol. 46, No. 2 (pp57-116, 1992)
A Puppet's Power: George Alexander, Clement Scott, and the Replotting of Lady Windermere's Fan -§- An Intermediate Stage Level in the Elizabethan Theatre -§- 'William Poel's Staging of The Alchemist': Some Corrections.
Vol. 46, No. 3 (pp117-176, 1992)
The Revival of Theatre Outside London with Special Reference to the West Country, ~1700-1788 -§- New Technology in the Victorian Theatre -§- The Roman Mime & Medieval Theatre -§- The Lincoln's Inn Fields Playhouse in 1731 -§- The Stage History of Cibber's Xerxes.
Vol. 45, No. 1 (pp1-52, 1991)
Acting Style in the Ancient World -§- Memos to the Treasurer at Drury Lane, 1715-1730 -§- Sir Donald Wolfit's A New Way to Pay Old Debts.
Vol. 45, No. 2 (pp53-112, 1991)
"The Subject of Almost All Companies": A New Look at The Necromancer -§- Harlequinade Turn-Ups -§- Churches and Stages in Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Bristol.
Vol. 45, No. 3 (pp113-160, 1991)
"The Crowning with Thorns and the Mocking of Christ": A Fifteenth-Century Performance Analogue -§- How Old were the Children of Paul's? -§- New Light on Edith Craig.
Vol. 44, No. 1 (pp1-48, 1990)
Jugglers Celtic and Anglo-Saxon -§- Charles Dibdin's Entertainments -§- Playing at Revolution: The Politics of the O. P. Riots of 1809 -§- The Savoy Chorus.
Vol. 44, No. 2 (pp49-96, 1990)
The Builder of the Rose Theatre -§- Theatres in Totnes -§- Prince Hoare's Artist and Anti-Theatrical Polemics in the Early 1800s: -§- Mrs Inchbald's Contribution -§- William Poel's Staging of The Alchemist.
Vol. 44, No. 3 (pp97-144, 1990)
Anthony Denning Award -§- Mrs Ebbsmith's Bible Burning: Page Versus Stage -§- Restoring Shakespeare's Coriolanus: Kean Versus Macready -§- Christian IV and The Dutch Courtesan.
Vol. 43, No. 1 (pp1-48, 1989)
Research Grants 1989-90 -§- Zoffany's "Charles Macklin as Shylock" and Lord Mansfield -§- Early Playhouses at Liverpool -§- Professor Pepper's Ghost.
Vol. 43, No. 2 (pp49-96, 1989)
"Mr M" and the Bath Company: An Unfortunate Application -§- Mrs Inchbald's Egyptian Boy -§- Edmund Kean's Masonic Career -§- A Letter to John Stanley: A New Theatrical Document of 1712.
Vol. 43, No. 3 (pp97-144, 1989)
The Staffing and Finance of a Minor Theatre c.1827 -§- Planning Provincial Theatres Under the 1737 Stage Licensing Act -§- One Year of the Theatre Museum -§- Theatre and Video: National and International Perspectives.
Vol. 42, No. 1 (pp1-48, 1988)
Money on Audiences: The Impact of Shakespeare's Globe -§- Summer Theatre in London, 1661-1694 -§- John Rich & the Reopening of Lincoln's Inn Fields -§- A View of the New Theatre Royal, Bristol -§- The Spanish Dramatist Moratin & the London Theatres 1792-3 -§- A Footnote to Fratricide Punished.
Vol. 42, No. 2 (pp49-96, 1988)
Elizabethan and Jacobean Touring Companies -§- London Prompt Book for Belphegor and Measure for Measure -§- Edward Pigott: Eighteenth-Century Theatre Chronicler -§- New Information on the Playhouse in Wine Street, Bristol -§- Astley's Amphitheatre.
Vol. 42, No. 3 (pp97-144, 1988)
The Stage Manager Then & Now -§- Stage Managing the Brit: The Diaries of F. C. Wilton -§- Nahum Tate's Richard II -§- Hyder Ali; or The Lions of Mysore: The Adelphi Challenges Drury Lane -§- The Architect of the Garrick Theatre, London -§- Misleading Ladies. Two Biographies of Ellen Terry -§- Forty Years of Books: The Publications of The STR.
Vol. 41, No. 1 (pp1-48, 1987)
Editorial: Rebuilding the Globe -§- Stage Machinery at the Grand Theatre Llandudno -§- Counterweights in Elizabethan Stage Machinery -§- Art and Eighteenth-Century Acting style. Part I: Aesthetics.
Vol. 41, No. 2 (pp49-96, 1987)
Theatrical Business in the 1880s -§- Komisarjevsky's Three Sisters: The Prompt Book -§- A Note on the Dimensions of the Bridges Street Theatre -§- The Music for Durfey's Cinthia and Endimion -§- Charles Killigrew's Petition about the Master of the Revels' Power as Censor (1715) -§- Art & 18thC Acting Style. Part II: Attitudes.
Vol. 41, No. 3 (pp97-148, 1987)
The New Swan's First Season -§- Some Notes on Nell Gwyn's Stage Career 1663-1668 -§- Victorian Charity and Self-Help for Women Performers -§- Art and Eighteenth-Century Acting Style. Part III: Passions.
Vol. 40, No. 1 (pp1-48, 1986)
Nell Gwyn's Birthdate -§- The Problem with Pollux -§- Sketches for Scenery by Clarkson Stanfield: New Finds 1980-84.
Vol. 40, No. 2 (pp49-96, 1986)
Lighting at Hampton Court Theatre, 1718 -§- Moore's Gamster on the London Stage, 1771-1871 -§- The Royal Dramatic College Fetes -§- The National Theatre's Production of The Mysteries: Some Observations -§- A Reconsideration of the King's Company Casts in John Downes' Roscius Anglicanus.
Vol. 40, No. 3 (pp97-144, 1986)
The Theatre Royal, Leicester -§- The Opera House Petition of 1799 -§- "To the Oak, to the Oak!" The Finale of The Merry Wives of Windsor -§- An English Influence on Russian Revolutionary Festivals -§- Thespis's Poorest Chilcren: Penny Theatres and the Law in the 1830s -§- A North of England Marionette Theatre in the 1860s.
Vol. 39, No. 1 (pp1-48, 1985)
Charles Fleetwood's Debts -§- Plays at Christ Church in 1636: A New Document -§- Amateur Theatricals at Sir Percy Shelley's Theatre, Boscombe Manor -§- I Was Present at the Representation... -§- Thirty Years of Struggle: Entertainment in Provincial Towns Between 1840 and 1870. I -§- Manuscript Casts for Revivals of Three Plays by Shirley in the 1660s.
Vol. 39, No. 2 (pp49-96, 1985)
The Staging of The Castle of Perseverance: A Re-analysis -§- The Drudy Lane Actors' Petition of 1705 -§- Thirty Years of Struggle: Entertainment in Provincial Theatres Between 1840 and 1870. II -§- Theatre Items from the Newdigate Newsletters.
Vol. 39, No. 3 (pp97-160, 1985)
An Early Conflict Involving the Production of R. B. Peake's Presumption; or, the Fate of Frankenstein -§- The Staging of The Castle of Perseverance: Testing the List Theory -§- Acting in Ibsen -§- Elizabeth Bowtell & Elizabeth Davenport -§- Thomas Durfey's Cinthia & Endimion -§- Thirty Years of Struggle: Entertainment in Provincial Towns Between 1840 & 1870. III -§- Computer Databases for the Performing Arts: Tandem & International Bibliography of Theatre.
Vol. 38, No. 1 (pp1-48, 1984)
New Light on the Theatre From Wit & Mirth: or, Pills to Purge Melancholy -§- "An Awful Look Upward": Garrick's Advice on Delivering the Service of Common Prayer -§- The Troublesome Play: A Promptbook for Oroonoko -§- Stage Lighting at the Elizabethan and Early Stuart Courts -§- The Case of the Recusant Acrobat.
Vol. 38, No. 2 (pp49-96, 1984)
A First-Night Prologue for the New Theatre, Lincoln's Inn Fields -§- The Problem with Periaktoi -§- The Dyer's Hand in Rex Diabole -§- Obervations on the Backstage Area in the Restoration Theatre -§- Sunlight at The Globe -§- Patronage, Pleasure and Profit: A Study of The Theatre Royal, Leicester 1847-1900 -§- Records of Drama at Winchester and Eton 1397-1576, Part I.
Vol. 38, No. 3 (pp97-160, 1984)
Killigrew's Cap & Bells -§- Richard Norton & the Theatre at Southwick -§- "Refined Vivacity": The Acting of Leigh Murray -§- A La Langtry -§- A London Theatre Club in the 1950s: The Hovenden Theatre Club -§- Records of Drama at Winchester and Eton, 1397-1576, Part II.
Vol. 37, No. 1 (pp1-48, 1983)
Gallows Scenes on the Elizabethan Stage -§- Where Was Garrick's Prompter? -§- The Playhouse in Wine Street, Bristol -§- Arthur Savill, Stage Player -§- Robert Southey's Wat Tyler -§- Surviving Theatre Grooves -§- A Bibliography of Laurence Oliver's Life & Stage Career (I)-§- Horrible Flesh & Blood - A Rejoinder.
Vol. 37, No. 2 (pp49-96, 1983)
The Comte de Gisors in London, 1754 -§- Hampton Court Theatre, 1718 -§- Wires or Strings? -§- Komisarjevsky Directs Chekhov in London -§- Additional Players' Lists in the Lord Chamberlain's Registers, 1708-10 -§- A Bibliography of Laurence Olivier's Life and Stage Career (II).
Vol. 37, No. 3 (pp97-144, 1983)
Information on the Cockpit-in-Court from the Diplomatic Correspondence of Isaac Bartet, 1660 -§- An Edinburgh Promptbook from 1679-80 -§- The Season of 1782 on the Yorkshire Circuit -§- Jacobean Actors and the Great Hall at Gawthorpe, Lancashire -§- Edward Gordon Craig Exhibition -§- Henry Carey's "Missing" Music to Hamlet 1736 -§- Richelieu at the Theatre Royal, Dublin, 1839 -§- A Footnote to the Memoirs of Leonora Whiteley.
Vol. 36, No. 1 (pp1-48, 1982)
The Children of Paul's and their Playhouse -§- Shakespeare, Tate, and Garrick: New Light on Alterations of King Lear -§- Theatrical Competition and the Rise of the Afterpiece Tradition 1700-24 -§- The Forgotten Theatres of Furness.
Vol. 36, No. 2 (pp49-96, 1982)
Winston's Braham Scrapbook -§- English Musical Theatre 1830-1900 -§- "An Unholy Alliance": William Poel, Martin Harvey and The Taming of the Shrew -§- Alfred Thompson, 1831-1895: A Forgotten Talent -§- "Gone Aloft"; Charles Dibdin's Monument.
Vol. 36, No. 3 (pp97-144, 1982)
The Nature of the Dorset Garden Theatre -§- John Philip Kemble and the Critics -§- Henry Laneman -§- Serlio's Theatre and Perspective Scenes -§- English Musical Theatre 1830-1900: Indexes.
Vol. 35, No. 1 (pp1-48, 1981)
An Interpolation in "Julius Caesar" -§- "Horrible Flesh and Blood" -§- Another Elizabethan Stage: Further Comment -§- Charles Ricketts's Designs for the Theatre -§- Multiple Settings on the Early 19thC London Stage -§- Annotated Guide to the Theatrical Documents in PRO LC 7/1, 7/2 & 7/3.
Vol. 35, No. 2 (pp49-96, 1981)
Some Restoration Playgoers -§- Françoise Marguérite de L'Epine: The Italian Lady? -§- Of Der Freischutz, Ducrow and his Stag Salamander -§- An Annotated Guide to the Theatrical Documents in PRO LC 7/1, 7/2 & 7/3 (cont.).
Vol. 35, No. 3 (pp97-144, 1981)
An Elegy on the Death of Mr Joseph Haines, 1701 -§- Additional Entries to Arnold Hare, The Georgian Theatre in Wessex (1958) -§- Thomas Holden in Athens.
Vol. 34, No. 1 (pp1-48, 1980)
Filippo Corsini & the Restoration Theatre -§- Offenbach in English: A Checklist -§- "If These be Truths - Farewell to Falsehoods": James Winston's Pedigree -§- Edward Saker's Revivals & Charles Kean: An Addendum -§- The Introduction of Perspective Scenery & its Effect on Theatre Forms, I -§- Production of Chekhov's Plays in Britain Before 1914.
Vol. 34, No. 2 (pp49-96, 1980)
Stagecraft in the York Cycle -§- Dorset Garden Theatre: Playhouse or Opera House? -§- The Introduction of Perspective Scenery & its Effect on Theatre Forms, II -§- Lighting on the 18thC London Stage: A Reconsideration -§- Folger "Jul. Caes. 8": A Covent Garden Promptbook.
Vol. 34, No. 3 (pp97-132, 1980)
The Medieval English Stage: A Graffito of a Hell-Mouth Scaffold -§- Garrick's Palace of Armida: A Neglected Document -§- Two Gas Plates -§- J. B. Fagan: Shakespearean Producer.
Vol. 33, No. 1 (pp1-48, 1979)
The Dorset Garden Theatre: A Review of Facts and Problems -§- Players of the Coopers' Pageant from the Chester Plays in 1572 and 1575 -§- Ellen Terry's Rehearsal Copy of King Lear -§- The First Performance of Ibsen's Ghost, or Toole-up-to-Date.
Vol. 33, No. 2 (pp49-96, 1979)
The Early History of the Restoration Theatre: Some Problems Reconsidered -§- The Songs for Katherine Philips' "Pompey" (1663) -§- Early Shakespearean Productions by the Abbey Theatre -§- The Orientation of the Elizabethan Stage: "That Glory to the Sober West".
Vol. 33, No. 3 (pp97-144, 1979)
Henry Irving's Artistic Use of Stage Lighting -§- Bigotry and the Bard; the Case of the Sheffield Shakespeare Club -§- The Staging of "The Creation of the World" -§- Dramatic Records of Mettingham College, Suffolk, 1403-1527.
Vol. 32, No. 1 (pp1-48, 1978)
Players and Playing at Thetford and Nearby 1498-1540 -§- Tate Wilkinson's Costume Notebook -§- Some Comic Circus Entrées -§- Dion Boucicault and Benjamin Webster -§- Irving and Chaliapin.
Vol. 32, No. 2 (pp49-96, 1978) OUT OF PRINT
Demonic Imagery in the English Mystery Cycles -§- Another Elizabethan Stage -§- The Remains of the Old Theatre, Wisbech -§- The Duke's Company's Profits, 1675-1677.
Vol. 32, No. 3 (pp97-144, 1978)
Shakespeare in Liverpool: Edward Saker's Revivals, 1876-81 -§- Canadian Evaluation of Edmund Kean -§- Sunlight & Sleight-of-Hand in Medieval Drama -§- More Restoration Manuscript Casts & Dates & New Restoration Promptbook -§- Thornton Circuit 1784-1817.
Vol. 31, No. 1 (pp1-48, 1977)
Cyril Beaumont -§- That Enterprising Property Player: Semi-Professional Drama in Sixteenth-Century England -§- George Frederick Cooke's Early Years in the Theatre -§- From the Artificial Towards the Real: The Acting of William Farren -§- The Shakespearean Productions of Lewis Wingfield, 1883-90.
Vol. 31, No. 2 (pp1-48 [sic], 1977)
The King's Players at Stratford-upon-Avon, 1622 -§- The "Game Place" and "House" at Great Yarmouth, 1493-1595 -§- The "First" Playhouse Bill: A Stage Ghost -§- The Ingenious Squire: New Aspects of Isaac Pocock (1782-1835) -§- "Disillusioned Bards and Despised Bohemians": Michael Field's A Question of Memory at the Independent Theatre Society -§- E. W. Godwin and the Theatre -§- A Juvenile Drama Collection -§- The National Museum of Music Hall.
Vol. 31, No. 3 (pp1-48 [sic], 1977)
A Brief Description of the Frank Pettingell Collection of Plays in the University Library, Canterbury, Kent -§- Platforms and Picture Frames: A Conjectural Reconstruction of the Duke of York's Theatre, Dorset Garden, 1669-1709 -§- Manuscript Casts for Revivals of Shadwell's "The Libertine" and "Epsom Wells" -§- Pre-1642 Cast-Lists and a New One for "The Maid's Tragedy" -§- Helen Faucit and Ellen Terry as Portia.
Vol. 30, No. 1 (pp1-48, 1976)
Enter a Phonograph -§- The Middle of the Yard, I: A Second Inner Stage? -§- The Standfield Brothers -§- The Elizabethan Soliloquy - Direct Address or Monologue -§- A Theatrical Contract of 1773-1774 -§- Nineteenth-Century Theatrical Machinery in the Theatre Royal, Bath -§- Nineteenth-Century English Dramatists in Australia.
Vol. 30, No. 2 (pp49-144, 1976) - bound as one issue with no. 3
Waxworks as a Source of Theatrical Iconography: Madame Tussaud's and the 19thC British Stage -§- A Lupino Collection of Costume Designs -§- The Source of the "Fulgens" Woodcut -§- The Middle of the Yard, II: The Calculation of Stage Sizes for English Renaissance Playhouses -§- Tony Aston's "Medley's" -§- Tradition and Innovation in Harley Granville Barker's "A Midsummer Night's Dream" -§- Thomas Arne to David Garrick, an Unrecorded Letter.
Vol. 30, No. 3 (pp96-144, 1976) - bound as one issue with no. 2
Two Notes on Helen Faucit -§- The Kemble Family: A Genealogical Record, 1704-1925 -§- Inigo Jones and Amerigo Salvetti: A Note on the later Masque Designs -§- Nineteenth-Century Theatre Music -§- E. W. Godwin and the Bancrofts.
Vol. 29, No. 1 (pp1-48, 1975)
The Circus at Vauxhall Gardens -§- Thomas Shaftoe Robertson & The Theatric Tourist -§- Spouting, Spouting Clubs & Spouting Companions -§- Derby Figures of Richard III -§- An Early 18thC Cast List for Shakespeare's Julius Caesar -§- Hannibal & Scipio (1637): How "The Places Sometimes Changed" -§- John Philip Kemble as King John: Two Scenes -§- An Annotated Census of Thomas Betterton's Roles, 1659-1710, I.
Vol. 29, No. 2 (pp49-96, 1975)
The Clare Sheridan MSS in the British Theatre Museum -§- The Anatomy of the Early Restoration Stage: "The Adventures of Five Hours" & John Dryden's "Spanish" Comedies, I -§- The Second Sans Souci Theatre (1796-1835) -§- Tree's Shakespeare Festivals (1905-1913) -§- An Early 17thC Provincial Playhouse -§- An Annotated Census of Thomas Betterton's Roles, 1659-1710, II.
Vol. 29, No. 3 (pp97-148, 1975)
Theatrical Records of the London Guilds, 1655-1708 -§- The Anatomy of the Early Restoration Stage: "The Adventures of Five Hours" & John Dryden's "Spanish" Comedies, II -§- The Architect of Dorset Garden Theatre -§- Angelic Imagery in the English Mystery Cycle.
Vol. 28, No. 1 (pp1-48, 1974)
An Amateur Among Professionals, "When I Performed Othello!" -§- Early Cast Lists for Two Beaumont and Fletcher Plays -§- The Lyceum Staff: A Victorian Theatrical Organisation -§- The Duke's Company in 1667 -§- Community Theatre in Late Medieval East Anglia.
Vol. 28, No. 2 (pp49-96, 1974)
E. J. Longley and the Editorship of The Theatric Tourist -§- On Editing Synge's Letters -§- The First Sans Souci Theatre (1791-1796) -§- The Staging of the Medieval Plays of Chester: A Response -§- The Beaux Stratagem on the 19thC London Stage -§- Jonson's Borrowing.
Vol. 28, No. 3 (pp97-144, 1974)
Monsieur Marcade -§- John Hodgkinson in the English Provinces, 1765-1792 -§- The Prices - An Anglo-Continental Theatrical Dynasty -§- The Stage Plan of The Castle of Perseverance -§- Capon, the Royal Circus and The Destruction of the Bastille -§- Some Notes and Queries about Theatrical Entries in New CBEL and English Theatrical Literature 1559-1900.
Vol. 27, No. 1 (pp1-44, Autumn 1972)
Macbeth in the Eighteenth Century: Should the Ghost of Banquo Appear on the Stage? -§- A Tribute to Helen D. Willard Curator, Harvard Theatre Collection, 1960-1972 -§- Interpolation of the Text of Everyman -§- John Hippisley's Earliest Farce -§- Scene Designs by Hodgins the Younger -§- Henry Irving and Laurence Olivier as Shylock -§- Was John Rich Illiterate?
Vol. 27, No. 2 (pp45-84, Winter 1972/3)
The Scheduling of the Chester Cycle Plays -§- Neo-Classical Scenery in England: A Footnote to the Exhibition of "The Age of Neo-Classicism" -§- A Further Decade of English Opera 1961-1970: A Supplementary List of Operas Commissioned for Television and Radio -§- Thomas St. Serf (Sydserf) 1624-1669.
Vol. 27, No. 3 (pp85-124, Spring 1973)
J. T. Haines in Manchester, 1828-29 -§- The Second Blackfriars: The Globe Indoors -§- Perspective Scenery and the Caroline Playhouses.
Vol. 27, No. 4 (pp125-163, Summer 1973)
Theatrical Warfare, 1695-1710 -§- Production and Adaptation of William Sampson's The Vow Breaker (1636) in the Restoration -§- New Restoration Manuscript Casts -§- James Shirley and the Caroline Masques of Ben Jonson.
Vol. 26, No. 1 (pp1-48, Autumn 1971)
The Olympic Theatre and the Windsor Theatrical Scandal -§- Scene-Painting aat the Norwich Theatre 1758-1799 -§- The Origin of the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art -§- A Revival of The Way of the World in December 1701 or January 1702 -§- Stage Directions in the Tudor Interlude.
Vol. 26, No. 2 (pp49-84, Winter 1971/2)
Staging of the Ascension in the Chester Cycle -§- "Walking and Wending": Mankind's Opening Speech -§- The Early Career of Frank Matcham, Part III -§- Theatre Material in the John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera, Bodleian Library, Oxford -§- "Enter Macduffe; with Macbeth's Head".
Vol. 26, No. 3 (pp85-128, Spring 1972)
A Note on the Use of Scenery at the Cockpit-in-Court -§- Lamps for Garrick's Footlights -§- Vanbrugh and Opera at the Queen's Theatre, Haymarket -§- The Tiring-House Wall and the Galleries in the Second Blackfriars: Two Points in Dispute -§- New Exhibits at the Victoria and Albert Museum -§- Originality in Shakespeare Production -§- New Light on the Juvenile Drama.
Vol. 26, No. 4 (pp129-168, Summer 1972)
Pinero the Actor -§- Pinero's Professional Dramatic Roles, 1874-1884 -§- New Early 18th Century Performances and Casts -§- Gordon Craig and Bach's St Matthew Passion -§- Somerset Maugham's Perfect Gentleman, 1912-13
Vol. 25, No. 1 (pp1-40, Autumn 1970)
The Winston Diaries -§- Mossop as Wolsey -§- The Theatre Royal, Bridges Street. An Architectural Puzzle -§- The First Night of Charles Kean's The Tempest - From the Notebook of Hans Christian Andersen -§- A Sadler's Wells Problem Picture -§- William Bodham Donne. Some Aspects of his Later Career as Examiner of Plays.
Vol. 25, No. 2 (pp41-80, Winter 1970/71)
F. R. Benson's Early Productions of Shakespeare's Roman Plays at Stratford -§- The London Stage Information Bank -§- Elliston's Coronation Spectacle, 1821 -§- The Staging of The Conversation of Saint Paul -§- The Saracen's Head, Islington: A Pre-Elizabethan Inn Playhouse.
Vol. 25, No. 3 (pp81-116, Spring 1971)
Inigo Jones's Scenery for The CID -§- The Catch on the Eighteenth-Century Stage: A Consideration of Two Burlettas -§- The Mrs Siddons of Sydney, part I -§- Frank Matcham's Early Career, part I.
Vol. 25, No. 4 (pp117-164, Summer 1971)
The Mrs Siddons of Sydney, part II -§- The Old Prince of Wales Theatre: A View of the Physical Structure -§- A Further Decade of English Opera, 1961-70 -§- The Career of Frank Matcham, part II.
Vol. 24, No. 1 (pp1-48, Autumn 1969)
The Shakespeare Promptbooks: First Supplement -§- Was There a Medieval Theatre in the Round, part II -§- The Half-Price Riots of 1763 -§- Managers of the Old Prince of Wales's Theatre -§- "Wrapt in a Canapie".
Vol. 24, No. 2 (pp49-96, Winter1969/70)
Jo Haynes, "Infamis" -§- The Posthumous Career of George Frederick Cooke -§- Pinero's Letters in the Brotherton Collection of the University of Leeds -§- John Howard Payne, Playwright with a System -§- The Brome Hall Commonplace Book.
Vol. 24, No. 3 (pp97-140, Spring 1970)
Audience Involvement in the Tudor Interlude -§- Command Performances During the Reign of Queen Anne -§- The Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith -§- Medieval Stage Decoration: That Apple Tree Again -§- The Hamlet of Robert Wilks.
Vol. 24, No. 4 (pp141-180, Summer 1970)
Three Notes on the Theatre at Pauls, c.1569-c.1607 -§- The Popularity of Various Types of Entertainment at Lincoln's Inn Fields and Covernt Garden Theatres, 1720-1733 -§- Early Nineteenth-Century Revisions of Love for Love.
Vol. 23, No. 1 (pp1-40, Autumn 1968)
Changeable Scenery for Plays on the Caroline Stage -§- Two Comic Opera Scene Designs -§- Macready, Helen Faucit, and Acting Style -§- John Philip Kemble's Coriolanus and Julius Caesar. An Examination of the Prompt Copies.
Vol. 23, No. 2 (pp41-80, Winter 1968/69)
Popular Entertainment in Seventeenth-Century Scotland -§- Samuel Phelps's A Midsummer Night's Dream, Sadler's Wells, October 8th, 1853 -§- The Contention for Bussy D'Ambois, 1622-41.
Vol. 23, No. 3 (pp81-116, Spring 1969)
An Appreciation of Ifan Kyrle Fletcher -§- The London Theatrical Agent -§- Laura Keene and Edwin Booth in Australia -§- Alexander Johnston, Machinist -§- Salisbury and the Blackfriars Theatre.
Vol. 23, No. 4 (pp117-168, Summer 1969)
Lee Moreton: The Debut of a Theatre Man -§- Was There a Medieval Theatre in the Round?: A Re-Examination of the Evidence, part I -§- The James Street Theatre at the Old Tennis-Court -§- Some New Larpent Titles.
Vol. 22, No. 1 (pp1-48, Autumn 1967)
Charles Macklin: Appearances Outside London -§- Charles Ricketts and the Theatre -§- Topless in Jerusalem -§- The Terrys and Godwin in Bristol.
Vol. 22, No. 2 (pp49-96, Winter 1967/68)
The Disappearance of the New Royal Brunswick Theatre: or, the Mystery of the Iron Roof -§- Stephen Joseph - An Inspired Teacher -§- Kemble and Mrs Siddons in Macbeth: The Romantic Approach to Tragic Character -§- George Freedley -§- Two Craig Exhibitions -§- A Craig Illustration.
Vol. 22, No. 3 (pp97-134, Spring 1968)
A Victorian stage Manager: George Cressall Ellis -§- Little Known Theatrical Prints of the Eighteenth Century -§- A Note on the Plans for the National Theatre -§- Edmund Kean on the Art of Acting -§- Indiana University Acquires New Collection of Nineteenth-Century Plays.
Vol. 22, No. 4 (pp135-180, Summer 1968)
The Coquette-Prude as an Actress's Line in Restoration Comedy During the Time of Mrs Oldfield -§- The Brome Hall Commonplace Book -§- Thomas Holcroft, George Coleman the Younger, and the Rivalry of the Patent Theatres -§- "From the London Theatres".
Vol. 21, No. 1 (pp1-52, Autumn 1966)
Theatre Notebook Birthday Tribute -§- Prompt Book's Progress -§- London Theatres, 1776-1800 -§- Study of Drama in British Universities, 1945-1966 -§- Costume Research in the Last 21 Years -§- Juvenile Drama & Puppetry Research -§- Theatre Preservation & Design -§- English Opera Research -§- A Museum in the Making -§- Historical Research & the Circus -§- The Post-War Contribution to the History of British Ballet.
Vol. 21, No. 2 (pp53-96, 1966/67)
The Periodicity of The Theatric Tourist -§- Kemble's Production of Macbeth (1794) -§- Max Beerbohm's Drawings of Theatrical Figures (I).
Vol. 21, No. 3 (pp97-144, 1967)
Max Beerbohm's Drawings of Theatrical Figures (II) -§- Falstaff on an Eighteenth Century Battlefield -§- Staging the N-Town Cycle, part I.
Vol. 21, No. 4 (pp145-194, 1967)
The Victoria and Albert Ballet Exhibition and Catalogue -§- Staging the N-Town Cycle, part II -§- Sheridan-Linley Documents -§- An Act Drop at Bath -§- Max Beerbohm's Drawings of Theatrical Figures (III) -§- Christopher Wren's Theatre Royal.
Vol. 20, No. 1 (pp1-52, Autumn 1965)
The Formation of the London Patent Companies in 1660 -§- De Loutherbourg and Pizarro, 1799 -§- The Village Lawyer by Samuel de Wilde -§- A Diary by Samuel de Wilde -§- A Checklist of Scene Painters Working in Great Britain and Ireland in the 18th Century, S-Z.
Vol. 20, No. 2 (pp53-92, Winter 1965/66)
The N-Town Plays at Lincoln -§- A Checklist of Scene Painters Working in Great Britain and Ireland in the 18thC, Additions and Corrections -§- The Swan Theatre in the 16th Century -§- A Provincial Strolling Company of the 1760s -§- Theatre Royal, Weymouth, c.1802.
Vol. 20, No. 3 (pp93-132, Spring 1966)
Malcolm Morley -§- Mrs Tofts, 1685? - 1756 -§- Scene Painters at the London Theatres in the 18th Century -§- William Poel's First Full Platform Stage -§- Folger Library Manuscripts Relating to The Theatric Tourist.
Vol. 20, No. 4 (pp133-168, Summer 1966)
Arthur Murphy's Long Lost Englishman from Paris: A Manuscript Discovered -§- Three Early Eighteenth-Century Promptbooks -§- Actor-Über-Marionette -§- Edward Alleyn, Actor and Benefactor -§- De Loutherbourg and Pizzaro, 1799.
Vol. 19, No. 1 (pp1-40, Autumn 1964) ONE COPY REMAINING
A Checklist of Scene Painters Working in Great Britain and Ireland in the 18th Century, A-C -§- A Transparency by Thomas Greenwood the Elder -§- The Pantomime Olio and Other Pantomime Variants -§- More on the Minor Theatre -§- Covent Garden Auction Sale, 1856 -§- The Rehearsal of an Opera.
Vol. 19, No. 2 (pp41-76, Winter 1964/65) ONE COPY REMAINING
The Frontispiece to Eccles's Theatre Musick 1699 -§- A Checklist of Scene Painters Working in Great Britain and Ireland in the 18th Century D-H -§- More Drawings for Winston's Theatric Tourist -§- St Vincent Troubridge, Soldier and Scholar, 1895-1964 -§- Unrecorded Performances in London About 1700.
Vol. 19, No. 3 (pp77-120, Spring 1965)
Tom Taylor: Manuscript Plays -§- Dandyism in the Regency Pantomime -§- A Picture of Salisbury Court Theatre -§- A Checklist of Scene Painters Working in Great Britain and Ireland in the 18th Century, I-L.
Vol. 19, No. 4 (pp121-172, Summer 1965)
Cartoons of Theatrical Interest appearing in "Vanity Fair" -§- A Checklist of Scene Painters Working in Great Britain and Ireland in the 18th Century, M-R -§- Staging of Plays at the Phoenix in Drury Lane, 1617-42.
Vol. 18, No. 1 (pp1-36, Autumn 1963) ONE COPY REMAINING
Eccles and Congreve: Music and Drama on the Restoration Stage -§- The Edinburgh Theatre, 1668-1682 -§- Players' Lists in the Lord Chamberlain's Registers
Vol. 18, No. 2 (pp37-72, Winter 1963/64) OUT OF PRINT
Biographical Notes on Some Restoration Actresses -§- Notes on The Recruiting Officer -§- The British Theatre Museum -§- The Eidophusikon Illustrated -§- The Mummers' Play -§- The Enthoven Purchase Fund - The First Ten Years.
Vol. 18, No. 3 (pp73-112, Spring 1964)
The Theatre Proprietor's Story -§- Wren's Restoration Playhouse -§- The First Strand Theatre -§- The Symposium at Stcokholm, 1960.
Vol. 18, No. 4 (pp113-144, Summer 1964)
The Minor Theatre in Catherine Street -§- A Poem on Dorset Garden Theatre -§- Hiram Stead -§- The Royal West London Theatre
A New Theatre Royal in St. Helens -§- Early Lyceum Theatres.
Vol. 17, No. 1 (pp1-32, Autumn 1962)
Strolling with Coysh -§- A Whichelo Drawing & its Derivative -§- The Physical Representation of African Characters on the English Stage During the 16th & 17thC -§- Theatre Exhbitions at the Bibliotheque Theque Nationale -§- Benjamin Wyatt on the Arena Theatre.
Vol. 17, No. 2 (pp33-68, Winter 1962/63)
Sheridan and Whitbread at Drury Lane, 1809-1815: I. Whitbread's Management, 1809-1815 -§- The Alchemist on the Stage -§- Dr William van Lennep -§- British Playbills Before 1718 -§- The Glastonbury Festivals, 1914-1926.
Vol. 17, No. 3 (pp69-104, Spring 1963)
Sheridan and Whitbred at Drury Lane, 1809-1815, Pt II -§- Strindberg in England, (-1947) -§- Scotland's First Dramatic Periodical: The Edinburgh Theatrical Censor -§- William Capon's Plan of Goodman's Fields Theatre, 1786-1802 -§- The Monmouth and Portsmouth Troupes.
Vol. 17, No. 4 (pp105-144, Summer 1963)
William Poel's Elizabethan Stage: the First Experiment -§- A Note on the New Theatre now being built for the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art -§- A Portrait of Thomas Barry -§- The New Strand Theatre -§- New Restoration Theatre Accounts 1682-1692.
Vol. 16, No. 1 (pp1-32, Autumn 1961)
Macready Prompt-Books -§- A "Round" Outside Cornwall -§- Plays on the English Stage -§- Entertainment for the Grand Duke of Tuscany.
Vol. 16, No. 2 (pp33-68, Winter 1961/62)
Michael Edkins, Painter -§- The Palace Grand Theatre, Dawson City -§- More Theatre Notes from the Newdigate Newsletters -§- Three Notes on the Medieval Theatre.
Vol. 16, No. 3 (pp69-108, Spring 1962)
A Theatre in York House -§- Burlesques of Charles Kean's Winter's Tale -§- An Opera House Account Book -§- The Re-creation of a Theatre -§- New Papers of Henry Holland and R. B. Sheridan: (I) Holland's Drury Lane.
Vol. 16, No. 4 (pp109-140, Summer 1962)
The Stage Furnishings of George Chapman's The Tragedy of Charles Duke of Biron -§- New Papers of Henry Holland & R. B. Sheridan: (II) The Hyde Park Corner Operas & the Dormant Patent -§- Private Theatricals at Bowmen's Lodge, Dartford -§- The Death of the Red Bull.
Vol. 15, No. 1 (pp1-40, Autumn 1960) OUT OF PRINT
Actor's Wills -§- Unlisted Ballets -§- The Earliest Hamlet Prompt-Book in an English Library -§- Two Designs by the Elder Thomas Greenwood in 1777 -§- The Play of Daniel Produced by the New York Pro Musica.
Vol. 15, No. 2 (pp41-72, Winter 1960/61) OUT OF PRINT
Mrs Frances Brooke: Dramatic Critic -§- The Nineteenth Century Stage at Piper's Opera House -§- Mirror Curtains -§- A Sadler's Wells Scene Book.
Vol. 15, No. 3 (pp73-104, Spring 1961) OUT OF PRINT
Theatre Notes from the Newdigate Newsletters -§- The Originas of Medieval Theatre in the Round -§- Some Covent Garden Scenes -§- Theatre Royal, Hobart: Australia's Oldest Theatre.
Vol. 15, No. 4 (pp105-140, Summer 1961) OUT OF PRINT
Sir Barry Jackson -§- A Decade of English Opera, 1951-60 -§- Mrs Fiske Papers -§- A Shakespearian Droll? -§- William Schwenck Gilbert: An Anniversary Survey.
Vol. 14, No. 1 (pp1-36, Autumn 1959) OUT OF PRINT
Processions and Coronations on the London Stage, 1727-1761 -§- New Theatre Problems and the Guildhall School -§- Capon, Holland and Covernt Garden.
Vol. 14, No. 2 (pp37-72, Winter 1959/60) OUT OF PRINT
More About the Royal Kent Theatre -§- Eighteenth Century Theatrical Illustrations in the Light of Contemporary Documents -§- A Early London Playbill -§- The Nineteenth-Century Matinée -§- Documents Relating to Company Management, 1705-1711 -§- Playbills & Programmes in Guildhall Library.
Vol. 14, No. 3 (pp73-108, Spring 1960) OUT OF PRINT
The Rehearsal of an Opera -§- The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, Stratford-upon-Avon: Proposed New Library and Headquarters -§- The Fairy Queen at Nottingham -§- Report on Two Georgian Theatres.
Vol. 14, No. 4 (pp109-144, Summer 1960) OUT OF PRINT
University of Southampton's Nuffield Theatre -§- Drama at London Bridge -§- Statues, Busts, Momuments and Wax Portraits of Theatrical Interest -§- Capon and Goodman's Fields -§- An unrecorded Theatrical Portrait.
Vol. 13, No. 1 (pp1-36, Autumn 1958) OUT OF PRINT
Edmund Simpson's Talent Raid on England in 1818 (3) -§- A Note on Henry Crabb Robinson's Reaction to J. P. Kemble and Edmund Kean -§- Two Drawings by Alexander Nasmyth -§- William Wilkins and the Bury St. Edmunds Theatre.
Vol. 13, No. 2 (pp37-76, Winter 1958/59) OUT OF PRINT
Early Theatrical Performances of Purcell's Operas: with a Calendar of Recorded Performances, 1690-1710 -§- Macklin's Costume and Property Notes for the Character of Lovegold: Some Traditional Elements in Eigtheenth-Century Low-Comedy Acting.
Vol. 13, No. 3 (pp77-112, Spring 1959) OUT OF PRINT
Medieval English Acting -§- The Lesser-Known Circuses of London -§- Private Theatricals in and near London, 1700-1737.
Vol. 13, No. 4 (pp113-144, Summer 1959) OUT OF PRINT
The Original Lady Randolph -§- The Royal Kent Theatre, Kensington -§- An Ipswich Theatre Book -§- Anne Bracegirdle's First Appearance -§- Three Centuries of Drama.
Vol. 12, No. 1 (pp1-40, Autumn 1957) OUT OF PRINT
Marie Sallé -§- Lord Oxford's "Roxalana" -§- John Rich's "Proposals" -§- Two Westminster Theatres -§- W. J. Lawrence: a Handlist (XIII) -§- The Tempest at Stratford -§- Some Notes on Aaron Hill & Stage Scenery -§- Charlotte Clarke: An Unpublished Letter.
Vol. 12, No. 2 (pp41-76, Winter 1957/58) OUT OF PRINT
Players at Selby Abbey, Yorks, 1431-1532 -§- The China Statuettes of Quin as Falstaff -§- Sources of Information on 18th & Early 19th Century Theatres in Sussex -§- W. J. Lawrence: a Handlist (XIV) -§- Mr Green-Armytage & the London Museum -§- A Restoration Puppet Show.
Vol. 12, No. 3 (pp77-108, Spring 1958) OUT OF PRINT
Edmund Simpson's Talent Raid on England in 1818 (I) -§- The Manoel Theatre, Malta -§- Illustrations of Minor Theatres -§- Bristol University Theatre Collection.
Vol. 12, No. 4 (pp109-148, Summer 1958) OUT OF PRINT
The Shakespeare Memorial Library, Stratford-upon-Avon: Items of Interest to Research Members -§- Camargo in London, 1750-1754 -§- The Rainer Family in Porcelain -§- Edmund Simpson's Talent Raid on England in 1818 (II).
Vol. 11, No. 1 (pp1-36, Autumn 1956) OUT OF PRINT
William Archer: Dramatic Critic, 1856-1924 -§- Madame Vestris: A Centenary Appreciation -§- A Project for an Iron Theatre -§- Prompt-Books in the Bute Collection of English Plays -§- Shakespeare in Scotland before 1760 -§- W. J. Lawrence: A Handlist, IX.
Vol. 11, No. 2 (pp37-72, Winter 1956/57) OUT OF PRINT
Henry Arthur Jones & Wilson Barrett -§- W. J. Lawrence: A Handlist, X -§- Portrait of a Celebrity -§- Wilhelm: A Noted Victorian Theatrical Designer -§- The S.P.C.K. & the Stage -§- The M. W. Stone Collection.
Vol. 11, No. 3 (pp73-108, Spring 1957)
W. J. Lawrence: A Handlist XI -§- Robertson's Phantasmagoria in Madrid, 1821 (Part II) -§- Unpublished Stage Documents -§- Alfred Bunn, 1796-1860: A Revaluation.
Vol. 11, No. 4 (pp109-148, Summer 1957)
Eighteenth-Century Actors in the D.N.B.: Additions & Corrections (2nd Series) -§- King Arthur at Nottingham: A Noteable Revival -§- Further Notes on the Porcelain Statuette of Richard III -§- W. J. Lawrence: A Handlist, XII -§- Charles Adams & John Gilbert Cooper.
Vol. 10, No. 1 (pp1-32, Autmn 1955) OUT OF PRINT
W. J. Lawrence: A Handlist, V -§- Tennis Court Theatres in England and Scotland -§- Early Theatres in Marylebone -§- The Comedy Theatre -§- Another Gilbert "Borrowing" -§- The Authorship of Tit For Tat, A Manuscript Source for 18th-Century Theatrical History.
Vol. 10, No. 2 (pp33-64, Winter 1955/56) OUT OF PRINT
An 18thC Prompter's Notes -§- Two Titus Productions -§- Reconstruction of the Duke's Playhouse in Lincoln's Inn Fields, 1661-1671 -§- A Checklist of Books and Periodicals Written, Designs and Edited by Edward Gordon Craig -§- W. J. Lawrence: A Handlist, VI -§- Allan Wade, 1881-1955.
Vol. 10, No. 3 (pp65-100, Spring 1956)
W. J. Lawrence: A Handlist, VII -§- A Glimpse Behind the Curtain -§- Notes on English Theatrical Performers in Spain: Part II (1583-1868) -§- A New Theory About the Swan Drawing -§- The Theatre Royal at Worcester -§- Some Notes on John Braham (1774?-1856) at the St James's Theatre -§- The Art of the Minor Theatres in 1860.
Vol. 10, No. 4 (pp101-136, Summer 1956)
Photographing Old Theatres -§- Charles Reade & Dickens - A Fight Against Piracy -§- Notes on the Reconstruction of the Lincoln's Inn Fields Theatre -§- W. J. Lawrence: A Handlist, VIII -§- Scene Designs of William Capon -§- An English Scene Painter in America -§- The Society for Theatre Research Resumé of Presidential Address, 1956.
Vol. 9, No. 1 (pp1-28, Autumn 1954) OUT OF PRINT
A Seventeenth-Century Indoor Stage -§- The Earliest Amateur Playbill -§- W. J. Lawrence: A Handlist, II -§- Early Multiple Settings in England -§- S. Bre., French Librettists at the Court of Charles II.
Vol. 9, No. 2 (pp29-56, Winter 1954/55)
W. J. Lawrence: A Handlist, III -§- Parodies of Giselle on the English Stage (1841-1871) -§- Twelfth Night "In the Round".
Vol. 9, No. 3 (pp57-84, Spring 1955)
Falstaff Hackett -§- W. J. Lawrence: a Handlist, IV -§- Roger Kemble's Company at Worcester -§- The Peer and the Players.
Vol. 9, No. 4 (pp85-120, Summer 1955) OUT OF PRINT
Robertson's Phantasmagoria in Madrid, 1821 (Part I) -§- W. J. Lawrence: A Handlist, V -§- Souvenirs de Théatre Anglais à Paris, 1827 -§- "The Siddons" in Dublin -§- The Abbé Prévost and the English Theatre, 1730-1740.
Vol. 8, No. 1 (pp1-24, Autumn 1953) OUT OF PRINT
Notes on an Unpublished Garrick Letter, and on Messink -§- Mrs Sarah Gardner: A Further Note -§- Concerning Diagonal Curtain Tracks -§- English Plays in Worcester College Library -§- Was Hogarth a Scene Painter? -§- Hogarth: Prints of Scenes.
Vol. 8, No. 2 (pp25-48, Winter 1953/54) OUT OF PRINT
Notes on English Theatrical Performers in Spain: Pt I (1767-1817) -§- The Open Stage at Stratford-upon-Avon, Ontario -§- Public Night Performances in Shakespeare's Time -§- A Regency Cleopatra.
Vol. 8, No. 3 (pp49-72, Spring 1954) OUT OF PRINT
W. J. Lawrence: A Handlist, I -§- Dramatic Companies in the Provinces in the 16th & Early 17th Centuries -§- Dulwich College Library -§- Duke Street Theatre, Brighton, 1790-1806 -§- The Two Stages at Sadler's Wells -§- A Juvenile Drama Advertisement -§- Shakespeare & the Juvenile Drama.
Vol. 8, No. 4 (pp73-96, Summer 1954)
The China Hall Theatre, Rotherhithe -§- Early Multiple Setting in England -§- Italian Comedians in England in the Seventeenth Century -§- Peter Nicholson and the Scenographic Art.
Vol. 7, No. 1 (pp1-24, Autumn 1952) OUT OF PRINT
The Theatrical Notebooks of T. H. Wilson Manly -§- Doggett Dancing the Cheshire Round? -§- Bulletin of the Society for Theatre Research, no.17 -§- Notes on George Jolly's Stage in Frankfort-on-Main, 1648-1658 -§- The Cecil Sharp Library.
Vol. 7, No. 2 (pp25-48, Winter 1952/53) OUT OF PRINT
On the Origin of Foote's Matinées -§- Inigo Jones and Florimène -§- Correspondence on Opera Research.
Vol. 7, No. 3 (pp49-72, Spring 1953) OUT OF PRINT
The Dramatisation of Edwin Drood -§- Origins of British Theatre -§- Balfe and Barrymore at Milan -§- Pope in the Toy Theatre -§- Fitzball and Elliston (1820).
Vol. 7, No. 4 (pp73-94, Summer 1953) OUT OF PRINT
Mrs Sarah Gardner -§- French Troupes in England During the Restoration -§- Elizabethan Players in Sherborne -§- Punch's Opera at Bartholomew Fair -§- On the Bristol Symposium of 1951 -§- Bricks and Mortar.
Vol. 6, No. 1 (pp1-24, Autumn 1951) OUT OF PRINT
Early Editions of The School for Scandal -§- The Smock Alley Theatre, Dublin: 1753-4 -§- The Chetwynd Manuscript of The School for Scandal -§- Rope Dancing at Sadler's Wells, 1795 -§- Making Gay Rich, and Rich Gay -§- Illustrations of 20th-Century London Theatres.
Vol. 6, No. 2 (pp25-48, Winter 1951/52) OUT OF PRINT
The Earliest Known English Playbill -§- The W. Somerset Maugham Collection of Theatrical Paintings -§- A Note on the Reconstruction of Farce Jigs -§- The Covent Garden Archives -§- A Portrait of William West.
Vol. 6, No. 3 (pp49-72, Spring 1952) OUT OF PRINT
A Performance at Seaton Delaval Hall in 1790 -§- Colour in the Elizabethan Theatre -§- The Stratford Collections -§- Some Pseudonyms of Dramatic Authors, 1800-1900.
Vol. 6, No. 4 (pp73-94, Summer 1952) OUT OF PRINT
Kean's Portrayal of Cardinal Wolsey -§- A Japanese Theatre Exhibition -§- Theatre Research and Opera.
Vol. 5, No. 1 (pp1-24, Autumn 1950) OUT OF PRINT
The Four Cardynal Vertues -§- The British Drama League Library -§- An Unrecorded Portrait of Edward Alleyn -§- Lincoln's Inn Field, 1704-1705 -§- The Wardrobes of Lincoln's Inn Fields and Covent Garden -§- Thomas Goffe and The Careless Shepherdess.
Vol. 5, No. 2 (pp25-48, Winter 1950/51) OUT OF PRINT
Irving's Macbeth -§- De Witt Again -§- Scenery at the Book League -§- Pantomime -§- The Angiolini Family -§- Early West Plates -§- The Juvenile Drama Artists -§- The Theatre in Kington, Herefordshire.
Vol. 5, No. 3 (pp49-72, Spring 1951) OUT OF PRINT
The Career of George W. Lovell -§- The Picture-Frame Proscenium of 1880 -§- Irish, Welsh, and Scottish Stage Costume before the Interregnum -§- A Note on the Staging of String Puppets in the 17th & 18th Centuries -§- A Centenary of the Panorama.
Vol. 5, No. 4 (pp73-94, Summer 1951) OUT OF PRINT
The Tudor Actor -§- The Remains of the Fisher Theatres at Beccles, Bungay, Lowestoft, and North Walsham -§- Oral Tradition in the Theatre -§- Shepherd's Market Theatre and May Fair Wells -§- Illustrations of 20th-Century London Theatres.
Vol. 4, No. 1 (pp1-24, Autumn 1949 )
An Unpublished Letter of Dauberval -§- Theatrical History at the London Museum -§- The Regulations of a 19th Century Theatrical Booth -§- Progress at Richmond, Yorkshire -§- The Remains of the Theatres at Ashby-de-la-Zouch and Loughborough -§- The Theatre-Remains at Wisbech -§- Early XIXth Century Plays - 5.
Vol. 4, No. 2 (pp25-48, Winter 1949/50)
Genest's Additions and Corrections to The English Stage -§- Two Provincial Theatre Manuscripts -§- An Early West Sheet? -§- The Sans Souci Theatre -§- A West Artist -§- The Origin of The Theatric Tourist -§- Early XIXth Century Plays - 6 -§- The Case of Mr Lee Moreton.
Vol. 4, No. 3 (pp49-72, Spring 1950)
Cornish Plays and Playing Places -§- The Theatre in Yarmouth -§- Adelphi Advertising in 1862 -§- The Problem of A.B.'s Theatre Drawings -§- The Irving Collection -§- Four Dancers Named Angiolini -§- The Scene Plot of The Change of Crownes -§- Early XIXth Century Plays - 7.
Vol. 4, No. 4 (pp73-96, Summer 1950)
The Macready Prompt-Books at Bristol -§- Early XIXth Century Plays - 8 -§- Westminster and the USA -§- The So-Called View of New York's John Street Theatre -§- Joseph Austin and His Associates, 1766-89.
Vol. 3, No. 1 (pp1-20, Autumn 1948)
The Enthoven Collection -§- Concerning a Georgian Proscenium Ceiling -§- Early 19th-Century Plays.
Vol. 3, No. 2 (pp21-40, Winter 1948/49)
Notes on St George's Hall, King's Lynn -§- John Speed's Theatre -§- Early 19th Century Plays - 2-§- Montague Summers.
Vol. 3, No. 3 (pp41-60, Spring 1949)
The Shakespeare Memorial Library, Birmingham -§- The "Houses" of the Westminster Play -§- Early 19th Century Plays - 3.
Vol. 3, No. 4 (pp61-84, Summer 1950)
Notes for the History of Juvenile Drama -§- Stage-Directions in a 17thC Copy of Shirley -§- The New Wells, Goodman's Fields, 1739-1752 -§- Ackermann's Microcosm of London -§- The Arena Theatre in English History -§- Early 19thC Plays - 4.
Vol. 2, No. 1 (pp1-20, Autumn 1947)
Puppet Theatres in London, 2 -§- Observations on Landsdowne MS, no.1171 -§- Late XVIIIth Century Plays.
Vol. 2, No. 2 (pp21-40, Winter 1947/48)
Notes on Pantomime -§- A Query on Three Costume Figures -§- An Eighteenth Century Theatrical Agreement -§- Photographs of Theatrical Productions, 2 -§- Early Dutch Librettos & Plays with Music in the British Museum -§- "Maria Marten" - an Early Version.
Vol. 2, No. 3 (pp41-60, Spring 1948)
The Discovery of Thomas Lediard -§- The Career of Thomas Lediard -§- Lediard and Early 18th Century Design -§- Notes on the Hamburg Opera -§- Jonathan King's Juvenile Drama Coll. -§- Photographs of Theatrical Productions, 3.
Vol. 2, No. 4 (pp61-80, Summer 1948)
Welsh Interlude Players of the Eighteenth Century -§- Pictorial Records of Provincial Theatres -§- Théodore de Banville and the Hanlon Lees Troupe -§- A Worcestershire Company -§- "Maria Marten" - a note.
Vol. 1, No. 1 (pp1-8, Autumn 1945)
Juvenile Drama and J. H. Jameson -§-An Unrecorded Drama?
Vol. 1, No. 2 (pp9-20, Winter 1945/46)
John Ward, Stroller -§- The Dramatic Library of the Old Theatre Royal, Birmingham -§- Player in Action -§- The Technique of Acting -§- The Theatre Royal, Newcastle-upon-Tyne -§- Illustrations of Theatres -§- On Listing Theatres -§- The Oxford Drama Commission.
Vol. 1, No. 3 (pp21-36, Spring 1946)
A Note on Some Letters of the Elder Mathews -§- A Midsummer Night's Dream Music in 1763 -§- Early XIXth Century Plays -§- Unrecorded Plays Published by William West -§- On Listing Theatres.
Vol. 1, No. 4 (pp37-52, Summer 1946)
William Blake and the Juvenile Drama -§- Early XIXth Century Plays -§- Acting and Rhetoric -§- Fishamble St. Theatre, Dublin -§- Harlequinades -§- On Listing Theatres.
Vol. 1, No. 5 (pp53-68, Autumn 1946)
Did Betterton Chant? -§- Some Movements of the Bath Company, 1729-1734 -§- Illustrations of Twentiesth Century London Theatres -§- On Listing Theatres -§- A Print of the Scarborough Theatre -§- Benwell on Victorian Scene Painting -§- Late 18thC Plays -§- Early 19thC Plays.
Vol. 1, No. 6 (pp69-83, Winter 1946/47)
"A History of Late XIXth Century Drama" -§- Illustrations of 20thC London Theatres -§- Did Betterton Chant? -§- On Listing Theatres -§- Juvenile Dramam Publishers - The Dyers -§- Puppet Theatres in London 1 -§- Georges Jacobi and the Alhambra Ballet.
Vol. 1, No. 7 (pp85-100, Spring 1947)
The Manuscript of Winston's Theatric Tourist -§- The Winston MS -§- The Winston MS & Theatre Design -§- Late 18thC Plays -§- Italian Operas -§- On Listing Theatres -§- Did Betterton (and his successors) Chant?
Vol. 1, No. 8 (pp101-116, Summer 1947)
Photographs of Theatrical Productions. I: History and Publicity -§- The Globe Playhouse -§- Charlotte Clarke's Puppets in New York -§- The System of the Rondel Theatre Collection -§- Did Betterton (and his Successors) Chant?
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