Theatre Notebook Index: vols 41-64 (S)

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Saam Theatre Group 64 177
sabotage, industrial 55 119­29
Sacchini, A., Didone abbandonata 42 66
Sachs, E.O. 46 123, 46 128­9, 53 175­6, 62 137
    on turntable stages 63 153
Sachs, Hans 49 114
Sacks, Glendyr, Cambridge Companion to Brecht 49 59
Sackville, Charles, Lord Buckhurst 59 7
Sackville's Gorboduc 46 82
Sad One, The (Suckling) 46 79
Sad Shepherd, The (Jonson) 46 80
Sadler's Wells Company, Windsor theatricals 55 39­41
Sadler's Wells Theatre 52 157­8, 58 96, 58 126­7, 59 170
    administrative files 54 62
    Black Eyed Susan 50 146, 50 152, 50 169
    books reviewed 54 179, 56 132­3
    Dibdin Pitt 52 24, 52 30, 52 31
    Jack Sheppard plays 54 101­3, 54 112, 54 116­17, 54 119
    Macbeth 57 110
    man-monkeys 53 117­18
    pantomime 45 77, 45 80
    performance dates 55 100, 55 159
    Pigott's diaries 42 64, 42 68, 42 71
    playbills 51 28
    Socialism 58 76
Saenger, Michael Baird 51 62, 51 63, 51 70
safety curtains 46 127­8
Saffron Walden Amateur Dramatic Club 55 161
Sailor's Progress, The (Pitt) 52 24
St. Andrew 48 87
St. Augustine's Back, Bristol 45 89, 45 90, 45 91, 45 92, 46 119­20
St. Edmund, life of 48 85­102, 48 91
St. George's Hall 53 146
St. George's Hospital, Marie Tempest Ward 51 23­5
St. Helena Music Hall and Gardens, Bermondsey 53 69
St. Helier, Ivy 56 63
St. James Fair 46 119, 57 5
St. James's Gazette 41 51­5, 46 61
St. James's Palace court theatre 62 14, 62 16­17
St. James's Theatre 46 59­73, 50 162, 58 126
    accounts 50 53
    demolition 49 124, 49 125
    early nineteenth-century plan 44 39
    Mitchell as manager 56 121, 56 125
    playbill 51 40
    programmes 56 56, 56 61, 56 67, 56 69
Saint Joan (Shaw)
    Annals' designs 45 38
    BBC production 57 11­24, 57 20
St. John, Christopher 45 132, 45 134­7, 49 99­102, 53 179
St. John's Night (Ibsen) 41 32
St. Lawrence Fair 57 5
St. Ledger, Alicia, Melodies and Memories: 150 Years at Cork Opera House 59 177­8
St. Luke's Hospital, archive papers 62 169
St. Margaret's Fair 57 130
St. Martin's Theatre 56 11
St. Maur, Harry 48 159
St. Paul's 56 141
    choristers 54 70­85
    maps 54 75­6
    sharp dealing 55 119­29
    stage doors 56 140
    stage-sitting 64 4, 64 6
    see also Children of St. Paul's
St. Serfe, Thomas, Tarugo's Wiles 47 25
Saint-Denis, Michel 51 14­15, 53 52­3
    archives 55 49, 58 36, 60 45­51
    Chekhov productions 53 96­115, 53 103
    letters from Devine 52 161­71
    papers 60 179
salaries
    benefit plays 50 17­19
    Britannia Theatre 42 106
    Comédie Français 56 130
    Covent Garden 63 98­9, 63 100­2, 63 108­10, 63 112­14, 63 117, 63 121
    Dibdin Pitt 53 43­4
    Georgian theatre 64 58, 64 60­1, 64 66, 64 69
    under Kean 56 117­19
    Moor Street Adelphi 63 143, 63 144
    orchestras 61 43­4, 61 45­6, 61 52
    Savoy Theatre 55 150
    strolling companies 51 162
    theatres 41 52­3
    Windsor theatricals 55 38­9, 55 45
    see also fees; payments
Salgado, Gamini 41 38­9
Salisbury
    Buxton's Marionette Pavilion 48 20
    Companies of Comedians 53 19
    Court Theatre 41 69, 48 149, 55 115, 57 83
    Playhouse 57 30, 57 31, 57 32, 57 63
    Vine Inn long room 43 106, 43 117
    visiting players 46 120
Salisbury, Lord see Lord Chamberlains
Salle, Francis and Marie 49 166
'saloon' theatres 53 66, 53 70
Saltcoats and Stevenston 55 51
Salvini, Tommaso 58 157
Salway (actor) 51 44, 51 49
Sam the Man (C.A.S.T.) 64 104, 64 110
Same Old Moon (Aron) 57 69
Sampler of Plays by Women, A (Pollock) 46 114­15
Samson Agonistes 52 163
Samson (Handel) 48 12
Samuel, Daniel, Vision of Twelve Goddesses, The 48 94
Samuel Pepys, Esqre exhibition 59 4, 59 6
San Carlo see Teatro di San Carlo
San Francisco 55 78, 55 80, 58 46­7, 61 83, 61 93, 61 95
San Toy (Morton) 56 20, 56 31, 56 34
Sandford, Patrick 57 32
Sandford, Samuel 61 32
Sandham, Mr 45 18
Sandon, John 63 150
Sands of Dee, The 46 131, 46 132, 46 133
Sands, Henry 52 97
Sands, Mollie
    obituary 52 60
    (R) 47 56­7
    The Eighteenth Century Pleasure Gardens of Marylebone 43 38­9
Sands, William 52 97
Sandwich, Earl of 58 32
'Sanguine Temperament' 53 2­7, 53 4­5
Saniel, S.C. 61 69
Sans Pareil Theatre 50 80, 55 101
Sans Souci Theatre 44 84
Santlow, Hester
    book reviewed 63 59­60
    see also Booth, Hester
Sapho and Phao 45 124
Sarcey, Francisque 56 126, 56 127­8
Sardanapalus 58 132
Sardou, Victorien 59 140
    Madame Sans-Gêne 55 155­6, 61 48
    Robespierre 64 30­2
Sarjant, Charles 64 19­20
Sarment, Jean, Leo in Love 57 71
satire
    C.A.S.T. 64 105­6, 64 108
    journals 61 146­7
    paintings 62 2, 62 20­58
    stage-sitting 64 5­6
Satiro-mastix (Dekker) 45 127
satyrs 62 30, 62 42­3
Saul (Handel) 58 10
Saul, Thomas 52 131
Saunders, Charles, Tamerlane the Great 47 149
Saunders, George 50 40­1, 52 130­41, 52 136
    Treatise on Theatres 47 169
Saunders, Graham
    (R) 64 55­6
    'Tickets, critics & censorship: The Royal Court, The Spectator & The Arts Council of Great Britain 1969-70' 64 160­73
Saunders, H. 50 154
Saunders, James Ebenezer 62 152
Saunders, Mrs 50 139
Saunders, Red 64 98
Sauter, Rudolph 54 43, 54 49
Savage Club 63 29
Savage, Mr (actor) 45 24, 45 25
Savage, Richard 47 2­3
Saved (Bond) 58 36, 64 161
Savile, Lady Margaret 55 67
Savill, Arthur 56 8
Saville, E.F. 54 101
Saville, Mr (singer) 42 69
Saville, Mrs (lessee) 60 111, 60 114
Savoy Theatre 49 127
    building dispute 42 124, 42 126
    chorus 44 26­38, 44 33, 44 127, 45 39­40
    Gilbert and Sullivan 64 115­16
    Journey's End 57 19
    lighting 46 124, 46 128
    Pálmay at 55 149­50, 55 152
    programmes 56 20, 56 26, 56 28­33, 56 52, 56 55, 56 61, 56 67­8
    Theatre Museum 48 50
Sawford, Mr 50 101
Sawyer, Paul 42 135
    Christopher Rich of Drury Lane: the Biography of a Theatre Manager 42 89­90
Sawyer, Terry, 'Theatres of influence: The remarkable Music Halls of Robert Edwin Villiers' 62 144­62
Saxe-Coburg Company 55 148
Saxe-Meiningen Court Theatre 58 154
Saxon, A.H. 47 115­16, 47 172
Saxon, Barbara, archive papers 63 180
Saxon, James 52 49
Sayer, Robert
    Punch's Puppet Show, or the Humours Of Bartholomew Fair 56 78­9, 56 80­1
    as turn-up publisher 45 70­1, 45 73, 45 74­5, 45 77, 45 79­80
Sayers, Tom 42 106
scaffolding poles 63 138
Scala, Alexander 52 65­90
Scala, Antonio Di 57 27
Scales, J. 49 111
Scales, Trixie 55 160
Scamozzi, Vicenzo 54 21
Scaramouch a Philosopher, Harlequin a Schoolboy, Bravo, Merchant and Magician (Ravenscroft) 47 148
Scaramouche role 42 28­9, 62 42, 62 43
Scarlet Letter, The (Nelson) 64 132
Scarry, John 41 90
scenae frons see frons scenae
scene painting 58 133, 58 136
    Georgian theatre 64 62, 64 72
    Loveday and Higson 54 177
    Luppino 58 141­53, 58 147­51
    photography use 46 124
    Williams 64 83­4
scenekeepers 59 20­1
scenery
    book reviewed 54 177
    Bristol grooves 56 173­8
    Calcutta theatricals 61 62­5
    colonial America 64 84
    Elizabethan 41 20­1
    Fairy-Queen, The 57 119, 57 126­7, 57 129
    Georgian stage 56 157­72, 64 71­2
    Grand Harmonic Hall 53 67
    hangings and openings 54 2­23
    Jack Sheppard plays 54 113
    Kean's productions 57 107­11
    Moor Street Adelphi 63 138
    Omai scene model 56 162
    performance dating 55 100­1
    programmes 56 22­70
    renewal costs 63 97, 63 99
    Restoration theatre 60 76­93, 60 79, 60 82­4, 61 12­31
    Royal English Opera House 63 153
    twentieth century 61 173­4
Scenes from the Provincial Stage (Foulkes) 49 11, 50 52
Schafer, Liz 62 121
Scharf, George 44 112, 44 114­15, 58 138, 58 161­2
    sketches of Macready 48 63­5, 48 66, 48 68, 48 76
Schechner, Richard, Performance Theory 44 85­8
Schiller, Johann Christoph
    Robbers, The 44 134­5, 58 126
    Wallenstein 55 39­40
Schindlerin, Sigra 42 69
Schlesinger, John 58 166
Schlicke, Paul 47 60
    'Dickens in the circus' 47 3­19, 47 7, 47 11­15
    Dickens and Popular Entertainment 41 37­8
    on Ducrow 48 116
    (R) 43 44
Schoch, Richard W.
    Not Shakespeare: Bardolatry and Burlesque in the Nineteenth Century 56 182­3, 57 112, 58 170­1
    Queen Victoria and the Theatre of her Age 58 169­70
Schoenbaum, Marilyn, A Shakespeare Merriment: An Anthology of Shakespearean Humor 46 53­4
School Boy, The (Cibber) 49 21
School for Lovers, The (Whitehead) 47 118, 47 119
School for Scandal, The (Sheridan) 42 71­2, 55 41
    acting style 41 84, 41 85, 41 135
    at Macclesfield 54 26
    Caple in 60 159
    casting and manager's role 47 170, 47 171
Schopenhauer, Johanna 53 116, 54 60­1
    on audiences and auditoria 52 145­8, 52 152, 52 154
    on Covent Garden 52 150­4
    on Drury Lane 52 148­50
    English/French//German theatre compared 52 143­4
    on lesser London theatres 52 154­8
    visit to England, 1803-5  52 142­60
Schouvaloff, Alexander 43 144, 47 96
    'One year of the Theatre Museum' 43 119­30
Schwarz, Leonard 64 59
Schwenck, William 48 164
Schyreyer, Herrn Heinrich 53 118
Scofield, Paul, King Lear audiobook 56 74
Scoloker, Anthony, Diaphantus 49 62
Scornful Lady, The (Fletcher) 41 108­9
Scot (actor) 51 46
Scotland
    Burney playbills 57 138­9
    comedians 53 74­95
    Edinburgh Festival Society 57 159
    magicians 54 180
    medieval theatre 62 173­4
    National Library archives 58 166, 63 183, 64 178­9
    see also Scottish...
Scotland and the Music Hall 1850-1914 (Maloney) 58 38­9
Scots Quair, A (Gibbon) 50 53
Scott, Bertie 47 50
Scott, Clement 46 59­73
Scott Dramatised (Bolton) 48 60
Scott, Harold 55 130­45, 55 133­4, 57 18
Scott, Isabella 50 148
Scott, James, and his Company 59 62­85
Scott, Jane Margaret 55 101
Scott, Michael, (R) 42 93­4
Scott, Mrs Clement 41 122
Scott, Robert Falcon 57 143­57
Scottish Ballet 52 48, 55 160
Scottish Music Hall Society 53 58
Scottish Popular Theatre and Entertainment (Cameron and Scullion) 50 180
Scottish Theatre Company 49 52
Scottish Traditions of Dance Trust 56 181
Scottish Youth Theatre 58 166
Scottish..., see also Scotland
Scottowe, John 53 2­7
Scouton, Arthur H., 'Perils of Evelyn' 47 179
Scowrers, The (Shadwell) 48 109
Scowton, Julius 50 32, 50 35, 50 36
Scragg's Company of Comedians 57 139
Scrap of Paper, A (Simpson) 62 84, 62 113
scrapbooks 43 81, 51 56
Scribe's plays
    Adrienne Lecouvreur 64 136
    Young Couple, The 50 83
scripts
    archiving 59 102­3, 59 104­9
    British Library deposit 58 35­6, 58 124
    claim form 59 111
    licensing 59 102­5, 59 106
Scudamore, F.A. 50 100
'Scuffle' 52 115
Scullion, Adrienne
    Female Playwrights of the Nineteenth Century 51 171­3
    Scottish Popular Theatre and Entertainment 50 180
Sculptor's Workshop, The (tableau vivant) 47 159, 47 161
sculpture 53 178
Scunthorpe Co-operative Society Jubilee Cinema 58 167
sea travel 61 88, 61 90
Seagull, The (Chekhov)
    Calderon's 56 11
    Komisarjevsky's 53 99
Seaham, Princess Theatre 49 51
Seal, Miss 45 23
Sealed Orders (Raleigh and Hamilton) 56 20
seats and seat prices
    Dorset Garden Theatre 62 66­73
    stage-sitting 64 3­11
    see also admission prices; audiences and auditoria; tickets
Seckford Estate 55 5­23, 55 9, 55 13
Seckford, Thomas 55 8
Second Maiden's Tragedy, The (Middleton) 55 64­5, 56 98­102, 56 106, 56 142, 60 14­15, 63 7
Second World War 51 19­20, 60 3, 60 52­6
second-hand clothing 64 67
Secret Love, or The Maiden Queen (Dryden) 47 23, 47 64­5, 47 72
Sedaine, Michael Jean, Le déserteur 51 81, 51 83
sedan chairs 61 20­2, 62 82
Sedge, Douglas, (R) 43 29­32
Sedger, Horace, La Cigale 64 38, 64 39
Sedgwick, Amy 55 41, 55 43­4
Sedition 81 (C.A.S.T.) 64 107­8
Sedley, Charles
    Antony and Cleopatra 47 150
    Bellamira 48 108
    Mulberry Garden, The 47 23
Sefton, Master Charles 48 128, 48 129
Seige of Rhodes, The (Davenant) 59 15
Seilhamer, George O. 64 82
Sejanus His Fall (Jonson) 44 79, 45 153­6
self-help 41 114­28
Selfridge, Harry Gordon 64 35­8, 64 44
Selimus 55 62, 56 104
Sell, Michael, Guide to British Theatre, 1750-1950 55 105
Sellers, Peter 43 69
Selva, Giovanni Antonio 41 89, 42 75­6
Selvidge, Reuben 46 49
Selvidge, William Reuben 46 49
Selway, Mary, archive papers 64 178
Semele (Eccles and Congreve) 59 36
Senelick, Laurence
    on Fabrini's patents 51 170
    His Majesty, correction 56 72
    'Hungarian Rhapsodist: Ilka Pálmay's Recollections' 55 146­58, 55 151
    on Monsieur Gouffé 52 172­5, 53 116­18
    National Theatre in Northern and Eastern Europe (1746-1900) 46 111
'Sensation' Smith see Smith, Bruce
Sentimental Comedy: Theory and Practice (Ellis) 47 117­20
Separate Tables (Rattigan) 57 29­30, 58 36
Sergeant of Hussars, The (Hamilton) 49 100
Sergeant Trumpeter post 60 95­6
Serious Advertisement, A (Bedford) 57 2­10
sermons see morality
Sertorious, The Tragedy of (Bancroft) 47 149
servants
    at Erddig 59 54
    hirings 59 80
    portraits of 59 14, 59 54
    status 59 45
    in theatre audiences 59 41­52
    'Vails' 59 46­7
set design 51 119­20
    see also scenery
Settle, Elkanah 46 156, 47 84­5, 48 155, 59 34­5
    computer analysis of stagings 47 25­7, 47 142­3
    Conquest of China by the Tartars, The 47 150, 62 5
    Fatal Love 47 149, 47 153
    Female Prelate, The 42 113, 47 142, 47 149
    Heir of Morocco, The, with the Death of Gayland 47 142, 47 149
    Ibrahim, the Illustrious Bassa 47 150
    Love and Revenge 44 120, 47 150, 62 5, 62 67
    Pastor Fido 47 150, 51 44
    United Company staging 48 105, 48 108­9, 48 112­14
    see also titles of works
Seven Deadly Sins, The
    actors' names as evidence 63 71, 63 74, 63 75­6
    Part II 63 71, 63 75­6
seventeenth-century theatre
    actors 55 2­5
    allusions to Hamlet 49 62­5
    royal portraiture 49 152­64
    travelling performers 54 130­8
    see also individual people, plays and theatres
Sex on Stage (Wyllie) 64 54­5
Sexby, Mrs 60 100, 60 102, 60 104, 60 106
Sexual Suspects: Eighteenth-Century Players and Sexual Ideology (Straub) 48 57­8
Seymour, Mrs 51 45
Seymour, Richard 61 147
Seymour, W.H. 44 29
'Seynt Edmunds pley' 48 99
Shaa, Robert 55 119­22
Shadwell, Anne 49 4
Shadwell, Charles, plays 49 16, 49 17, 49 19
Shadwell, Thomas
    on Boyle 60 76
    Epsom Wells 47 25, 47 149
    Humorous Lovers, The 47 64
    Lancashire Witches, The 42 115­16, 47 151, 47 154
    Libertine, The 47 150
    Miser, The 47 23, 47 148, 47 155
    Psyche 47 141, 47 143, 47 150, 47 152, 62 67­70, 62 72
    Royal Shepherdess, The 47 25
    Sullen Lovers, The 47 25
    Timon of Athens, the Man Hater 47 150
    True Widow, A 47 150
    United Company staging 48 108­9
    Virtuoso, The 47 143, 47 150, 47 154, 62 71­2
    Woman Captain, The 47 151, 47 155, 62 6
Shaffer, Peter 45 151­2
Shakespeare Club, Stratford-upon-Avon 54 62
Shakespeare Institute 58 2, 58 166
Shakespeare Jubilee, Stratford-upon-Avon 54 142, 54 145, 56 170
Shakespeare in the London Theatre, 1855-58 (Fontane) 54 178­9, 55 47
Shakespeare Memorial Theatre/Trust 44 79, 55 160, 58 127
Shakespeare Merriment, A: An Anthology of Shakespearean Humor (Schoenbaum) 46 53­4
Shakespeare Myth, The (Holderness) 43 29­32
Shakespeare in Performance series 45 97­100
Shakespeare in Production: Antony and Cleopatra (Madelaine) 54 177­8
Shakespeare Reading Society 53 147
Shakespeare Society, Nottingham 56 181
Shakespeare and the Victorian Stage (Foulkes) 59 116
Shakespeare Wallah (Merchant-Ivory film) 62 103
Shakespeare, William 42 3­14
    'foul papers' 63 72­4
    as literary dramatist 58 40­2
    memorial 49 120, 53 157
    Roubiliac portrait 62 33, 62 48, 62 57­8
    tercentenary 42 134
    vocabulary 53 11
    see also Globe Theatre
Shakespeare, William, plays of
    1851 Exhibition 58 136
    adaptations 52 152
    architecture and costume 47 164­7
    art exhibition 57 73
    Australian staging 55 83­91, 56 73­4
    books reviewed 42 92­3, 42 139­40, 43 29­32, 45 97­100, 45 149­51, 45 156­7, 47 58­9, 47 178, 57 112
    broadcasts 57 11
    burlesque 56 182­3, 58 170­1
    characters in circus routine 47 6, 47 7
    children's roles 48 122­37
    Comédie Français 56 127
    at Cork Opera House 59 178
    Downfall of Shakespeare on a modern stage, The 62 20­58
    endings 64 122­9
    Garrick papers 54 142, 54 145
    Hobart Town, Tasmania 55 83­91, 55 90
    Hogarth's writings 47 33­6
    iconography 62 3
    Irving in 59 123­32, 59 135, 59 137, 59 139
    Kean's productions 57 107­11
    Macclesfield Theatre 54 31
    Martin-Harvey in 54 66
    musical performances 62 41­2
    nineteenth-century burlesque 58 170­1
    pamphlets 42 135
    performance/text relationship 55 59, 61 113­14
    Poel's productions 54 164­72, 56 10
    Princess's Theatre 58 127
    private theatricals 58 33
    programmes 57 25
    prompter's place 55 110­18
    prompting, backstage activity and openings 56 138­42
    Queen's Theatre, Hull 60 150, 60 154­5, 60 164
    recordings 55 106
    rehearsals 55 103
    revivals at Lincoln's Inn Fields 54 87
    Royalty Theatre 60 34
    Simla A.D.C. repertoire 62 87
    stage doors 60 5­29
    S.T.R. publications 42 133, 42 134
    text/performance relationship 55 59, 61 113­14
    Theatre Conference, 1994  47 50
    Totus mundus agit histrionem motto 61 122­31
    Victorian versions 59 116
    violated bodies on stage 59 115
    Windsor theatricals 55 40
    at Wynnstay 59 53­5
    on Yorkshire tour 59 69, 59 71
    see also titles of works
Shakespearean Stage 1574-1642, The (Gurr) 47 58­9
'Shakespeare's England' exhibition, Earl's Court 53 158­9
Shakespeare's Globe Rebuilt (Mulryne and Shearing) 52 51­3
Shane, Denise Elliot 42 48
    'John Rich and the reopening of Lincoln's Inn Fields' 42 23­34
Shapiro, I.A. 49 132
Shapiro, James 64 122, 64 127
Shapland, Joanna, archive papers 64 179
Sharp, Thomas 48 139
Sharpham, Thomas, Cupid's Whirligig 63 13­14
Shatford, James 53 19­40
Shatterell, Robert 49 66, 49 67, 51 75, 51 76, 51 77, 60 130­2
Shaughnessy, Robert
    (R) 54 64­5, 60 65­7
    '"Ragging the Bard": Terence Gray, Shakespeare and Henry VIII' 51 92­111
Shaw, George Bernard 44 99­101, 59 136, 59 139­41
    Annajanska 48 81
    Arms and the Man 61 49
    on Black Eyed Susan 50 169
    book reviews 64 117­18
    Captain Brassbound's Conversion 50 114, 57 23, 59 140, 64 143­4, 64 146­7
    Charrington and 64 130­1, 64 133, 64 138­47, 64 149
    Conference 46 105
    correspondence 53 58, 54 162­76
    Craig, Edith and 45 138, 45 141, 45 143­4
    Rohan's negotiations 50 114
    Saint Joan 45 38, 57 11­24
    set designs 46 107
    Simla A.D.C. repertoire 62 88
    on tableaux vivants 63 169
    toy theatre 57 166
    typescripts 60 179
    versus Irving 49 178­80
    Widowers' Houses 64 145­6
    You Never Can Tell 54 47, 64 140, 64 143
Shaw, Glen Byam see Byam Shaw, Glen
Shaw, John 45 22, 51 45, 51 47
Shaw, Martin 62 138, 62 140
Shaw, Robert 44 52, 44 53
Shawe-Taylor, Desmond, Dramatic Art: Theatrical Paintings from the Garrick Club 51 175­6
She Wou'd and She Wou'd Not (Cibber) 46 158, 51 43
She Would if She Could (Etherege) 47 25
She-Gallants, The (Granville) 61 32
Shearman, John 53 57
Shearmen and Tailors' Nativity pageant 48 139, 48 141, 48 144­5
Sheep in Wolf's Clothing, The 59 153, 59 157
Sheffield
    Lyceum 49 128
    Playgoers Society 54 166
    Rex Cinema 54 62
    Theatre, 1834  50 150
    University archives 60 45­51, 64 180
Shellard, Dominic 59 102
    'A magnificent obsession: Harold Hobson and Waiting for Godot' 50 68­77
    British Theatre Since The War 55 103­5, 55 159
    Harold Hobson:
        The Complete Catalogue 1922-1988 50 178­9
        Witness and Judge 50 178­9
    (R) 49 58
    research interests 49 116
    'The Arts and Humanities Research Board's Research Developments of The British Library Theatre Archives' 58 35­7
    'The Reading amendment' 58 124
Shelley, Mary 45 100­2
Shelving, Paul 41 142­3, 45 38
Shepherd (actor) 51 46
Shepherd, Edward 46 144­54
Shepherd, Jack 51 4, 51 5
Shepherd, Richard 61 35, 61 37­8
Shepherd, Simon
    Cambridge Companion to Modern British Theatre 64 181­2
    (R) 60 62­3
Shepherd, The (turn-up) 49 111
Shepherd's Bush Empire 49 37
Sheppard, Barry 59 119
Sheppard, F.H.W. 53 135
Sheppard, Jack 54 98­123, 54 104, 62 25­6
Sheppard, Thomas 60 147
Sherburn, Elizabeth 45 25, 45 26
Shere
    Barn Theatre 52 49
    Otherwise Club and Barn Theatre 47 48
Sheridan, Ann, 'Circuit Theatres in Dorchester and Bridport 1793-1843' 53 19­40, 53 20, 53 23, 53 27, 53 31­5
Sheridan, Cecil 53 60
Sheridan, Richard Brinsley 47 170­2, 58 141, 59 53
    book reviewed 41 91
    Drury Lane finances 54 34, 64 64, 64 70­1, 64 74
    Duenna, The 42 70, 56 158, 58 146
    letters 1777-1807  52 48
    Moratín on 42 38
    Pigott's diaries 42 70­2
    rehearsals 55 103
    Simla A.D.C. repertoire 62 87
    Trip to Scarborough, A 46 107
    see also titles of works
Sheridan, Thomas 54 34
Sherriff, R.C.
    correspondence 46 48
    Journey's End 49 50, 56 21, 56 64, 57 19
Sherwood, Robert E., There Shall be no Night 60 52­6
Shetland Islands 60 57
Shewing-up of Blanco Posnet, The (Shaw) 54 163, 54 166
Shewring, Margaret
    Cottesloe at the National, The 54 67
    Shakespeare's Globe Rebuilt 52 51­3
Shield, William 56 157, 56 168
Shields, Stanley, archive papers 64 178
Shildon Hippodrome 63 132, 63 133
Shimla see Simla, India
Shining Hour, The (Winter) 56 69
ships see river travel; sea travel
shipwreck and storm scenes 51 82, 51 85, 51 87
Shipwreck, The 56 168, 56 170
Shireburne, Mrs 51 51
Shirley, James 41 110, 59 4
    Wittie Faire One, The 61 14
Shirley, John
    Cardinal, The 46 80, 55 115, 56 107
    Cupid and Death 57 122
    Duke's Mistress, The 55 114
Shirley-Smith, Chris, archive papers 62 171
shoemakers 64 64, 64 69
Shoemaker's Holiday, The (Dekker) 46 79, 59 91­5
Shoestring Theatre Company 55 49
Shop Girl, The (Dam) 56 20, 56 23­4, 64 30
Shore family (Sergeant Trumpeters) 60 96
Shoreditch 42 3­8
    Curtain Theatre 42 4, 42 7, 42 8
    Standard Theatre 42 79, 50 149, 50 154, 54 179
    Theatre, firearms 57 81
Short Discourse of the English Stage (Flecknoe) 54 71­2
Short View of the Immorality and Profaneness of the English Stage (Collier) 57 5­7
Shotterell, Robert see Shatterell, Robert
Show of Strength Theatre Company 57 159
showmen see travelling players
Shrewsbury
    jugglers 57 90­1
    Royal County Theatre 57 160
Shrewsbury, Edward Talbot, Earl of (1618) 42 52
Shropshire Archives 58 168
Shulman, Milton 64 161, 64 166
Shuter, Edward 42 39, 42 63­4, 42 70, 48 13, 55 132, 55 135­7, 55 136
shutters
    Calcutta theatricals 61 64
    grooves 60 77­91
    Restoration theatre 61 17­18, 61 24
S.I.B.M.A.S. International Congress 42 43
Sicilian Usurper, The (Tate) 42 109, 42 112
'sick clause', Covent Garden 63 93, 63 107­8, 63 112­13, 63 120
Sidaway, Robert 51 128, 51 133, 51 136­43
Siddons, Harry 60 57
Siddons, Henry (illustrator) 41 82, 41 87, 41 134
Siddons, Sarah 44 66, 44 69, 52 150­1, 52 153
    acting style 41 27­8, 41 30, 41 132, 41 133
    Bath Company 43 52, 43 54, 43 56
    biography 42 127
    costume 49 174­5
    Coutts­Smith letters 63 80, 63 81­6, 63 88, 63 90
    on Master Betty 50 79
    as 'model' actress 54 179
    Moratín on 42 38
    Pigott on 42 72
    in porcelain 47 168
    portraits 54 124­5
    Rolla 54 128
    as Volumnia 48 3, 48 6, 48 8
Siddons, William 63 84­5
side boxes 62 66­7
Sidey, Tessa, Paul Shelving (1888-1968) Stage Designs 41 142
Sidmouth circuit 53 30
Sidney, Philip 50 126
Sidney, William 54 123
Siege of Babylon, The (Pordage) 47 150
Siege of Belgrade 54 149
Siege of Constantinople, The (Payne) 47 149
Siege of Damascus, The 48 14
Siege of Memphis, The (D'Urfey) 47 148
Siege of Rhodes, The (Davenant) 42 15, 49 156, 60 85
Sierz, Aleks, In-Yer-Face Theatre 56 132
Sigl, Patricia 43 96, 44 96
    'Mrs. Inchbald's Egyptian Boy' 43 57­69
    'Prince Hoare's Artist and anti-theatrical polemics in the early 1800s: Mrs Inchbald's contribution' 44 62­73
Sign of the Cross, The (Barrett) 50 119
Signoret, Simone 64 161
Silas Ruthyn (Irving) 64 30
silencing see censorship
silent film 64 28­48
silk manufacturers 54 24­42
Silver Age, The (Heywood) 46 81, 46 82, 55 19
Silver Box, The (Galsworthy) 54 43­51, 54 45­6, 54 50
Silver Horseshoe, The (Miller) 61 107­8
Silver Star, The (turn-up) 45 81
Silvester (conjuror) 43 18­19, 43 21
Sime, Sidney 60 116
Simkin, Mr 60 109
Simla, India 62 76­120
Simla Past and Present (Buck) 62 107
Simmonds, John 60 106
Simmons, Anthony, archive papers 63 182
Simmons, B.J. 56 22
Simmons, K.E.L. 63 45, 63 52
Simms, Joseph 50 96­7
Simon (acrobat) 53 117
Simon Lee (Pitt) 52 32
'simplifying' 59 64, 59 75
Simpson, Adrienne 49 116
Simpson, Edmund 54 148
Simpson, J.P., Scrap of Paper, A 62 84, 62 113
Simpson, Revd. D. 54 26
Simpson, Ronald 57 166
Simpson, Sergeant 62 92, 62 94
Sims, George R.
    Blue-Eyed Susan 50 165­6, 50 167, 50 168
    Half-Way House, The 64 131
    Harbour Lights, The 56 20, 59 156
Sinbad the Sailor 59 164
    pantomime 63 140­1
Sincklo (Sincler), John 63 71­4, 63 75­6
Sinclair, Catherine 55 78
Sinclair, Mr (Lambert company) 60 103, 60 111
Sinclair, Upton 45 140
Sinden, Donald, The Everyman Book of Theatrical Anecdotes 43 41
Sing Us One of the Old Songs: a Guide to Popular Song (Kilgarriff) 54 124
Singer, Aubrey, archive papers 62 171
Singer, Mr 55 123
singers see songs and singers
Singing Jailbirds (Sinclair) 45 140
sink and fly/rise trap 46 8, 46 12
'siparium' 55 114
Sir Anthony Love (Southerne) 48 108
Sir Barnaby Whigg (D'Urfey) 47 149
Sir Courtly Nice (Crowne) 48 108, 49 13, 61 138
Sir Henry Irving: A Victorian Actor and his World (Richards) 60 123­4
Sir Hercules Buffoon (Lacy) 48 108
Sir John Oldcastle 53 168
Sir Martin Mar-all (Dryden) 42 16, 47 25­6, 47 141, 60 76
    Nell Gwyn's attendance 62 67, 62 70, 62 72­3
Sir Patient Fancy (Behn) 47 150, 47 153­4
Sir Roger de Coverly (Dorman) 49 79
Sir Salomon (Caryl) 47 25, 61 15
Sir Thomas More (Shakespeare) 45 154­6, 46 74, 46 76, 63 75
Sir Thomas Wyatt (Dekker) 46 84, 53 168
Sister to Assist 'Er, A (Le Breton) 48 81
Sister Witches, or Mirth and Magic (turn-up) 45 80
Sister Witches, The (Dibdin) 42 68
Sister's Sacrifice, A (Miller and Turner) 61 108
Sisters, The (James) 62 86, 62 117
Six Days' Adventure, The (Howard) 47 25, 47 66
sixteenth-century theatre 55 162­3
    see also individual people, plays and theatres
Sixty Thousand Nights 56 3
Skeggs, Matthew 55 132, 55 135, 55 139
Skerrett, Marianne 61 79, 61 80, 61 98­9
Sketch reports, tableaux vivants 63 163, 63 164, 63 167
Skin Game, The (Galsworthy) 62 88, 62 118
Skipton town players 42 55, 42 56
Skreba Films 57 159
Slade, Julian 56 3
Slade, Peter, archive papers 64 180
Slasher and Crasher 55 87, 55 89
Slater, Martin 55 6, 55 8, 55 17­19
Slater, Michael, 'The transformations of Susan: the strange history of Douglas Jerrold's Black Eyed Susan 1829-1994' 50 146­75
Slave, The (Morton) 60 38­9, 60 42
slavery 60 38­41, 61 96­7, 61 164­5, 62 10
Sleep Walker, The (Craven) 63 150
Sleeping Beauty and the Beast, The 46 129, 46 130
Sleeping Beauty, The (Pollock) 57 166
sliding roof systems 62 147­52, 62 154­61
Slighted Maid, The (Stapylton) 47 21, 47 25
Slingsby (dancer) 42 65, 42 71
Slingsby, Lady see Lee, Mary
Slip, The 51 45
sloats 52 39, 52 41, 52 43
Sloman, Charles 53 62­3
Slovakian theatre 43 134, 55 147
Sly, William 42 9
Smallwood, Robert, Players of Shakespeare: 3 49 60
Smeaton, Mr 50 138
Smeton (actor) 42 58­9, 42 60
Smith, Albert 58 127, 58 133
Smith, Amy Elizabeth 47 180
    'Casting and the manager's role in Sheridan's A Trip to Scarborough 47 170­2
Smith, Bruce 'Sensation' 41 8, 41 14, 41 16, 56 22
Smith, F.J. 48 29, 48 30
Smith, Gillian 51 171
Smith, Helen R., 'Irving and a dead body' 62 167
Smith, John Harrington 41 108
Smith, Lynda, Place to Spend A Happy Day, The: A History of Rosherville Gardens 61 171­3
Smith (Maugham) 56 12
Smith, Morgan 'African Roscius' 47 106, 47 113
Smith, Mrs (17c. actress) 52 66, 52 67
Smith, O. 47 169, 50 96, 50 103
Smith, Paul Gerard, Funny Face 56 62
Smith, R.S. 56 13
Smith, William (18c. actor) 41 84, 41 85, 41 135, 49 4
Smith, William 'Gentleman' 48 104, 50 103, 59 4, 59 21
    Coutts letters 63 80­91
    Macklin and 43 5, 43 8
    Piggot's diaries 42 63
    Sheridan's A Trip to Scarborough 47 171
    summer season 42 20
Smithies, Amy see Rich, Amy
Smithies, Theophilus 64 13
Smoaking Age, The (Brathwait) 61 128
Smock Alley Theatre, Dublin 42 57­62, 52 65­90
Smollett, Tobias 58 7­9, 58 13­14
Smyth, John, Win Her and Take Her 48 109
Smyth, Owen Paul, archive papers 62 171
Smythson, Montague 60 172
Snape's Theatre, Macclesfield 54 39
Snider (actor) 51 51
Snoek, Andries 41 136, 41 137
Snow, Jonathan 60 95­6
Snow, Valentine 60 95­6
Snowdon residence, Simla, India 62 81
So This Is Naples 57 27
Soane, Sir John 50 39, 50 43, 50 44
social class see class issues
social purity activists 63 152, 63 165
Socialism 58 71­90, 64 130­59
Socialist Workers Party (S.W.P.) 64 105­7
Society of Artists of Great Britain 62 24, 62 48
Society of Authors 57 11
Society of Friends (Quakers) 54 100­1
Society for the Reformation of Manners 61 132­5
Society for Theatre Research (S.T.R.) 58 36, 59 104­5, 59 108, 59 165
    book reviewed 55 104
    books in print 59 58
    contact details 54 128
    creation 50 3­4
    founding of 49 123, 58 123
    Georgian Playhouse conference 61 59
    Golden Jubilee lecture programme 51 180
    Jubilee 51 122, 51 127, 51 180
    Kathleen Barker lectures 54 58
    London lecture programme 2002  56 135
    membership
        application 55 108, 55 164
        costs and benefits 57 76, 57 116, 57 168
    new address in 2007  61 112, 61 143
    publications 42 132­6, 53 7, 64 2
    research grants and awards 42 2, 43 2­3, 43 138, 44 98­9, 44 123, 57 167
    web site 62 75, 63 56
    see also book prize
Society of West End Theatre Managers 59 104, 59 108
Soddered Citizen, The 56 142
Soden, John 46 49
Soho Theatre 54 179
Sokolova, Lydia 55 160
Soldene, Emily 61 170­1
Soldier's Daughter, The 54 28
Solent People's Theatre 64 177
Solomon, Diana 64 90
Solomon (Handel) 48 12
Somerset theatre 52 55­6
Somerset House Paved Court Theatre 41 13, 41 35, 41 69, 41 89­90, 41 140
Somerset, J. Alan B., (R) 46 111­12
Somerset, Lady Henry 63 165
Somerset Opera archives 64 177
Son in Law, The (O'Keeffe) 58 31
Sondheim, Stephen 56 134
songs and singers 41 72­3, 58 76
    books reviewed 54 124, 61 170­1
    Comus Court and Choice Spirits' Assembly 55 130­45, 55 133­4
    Crazy Jane 53 116, 54 60­1
    Love, Emma Sarah 54 146­61
    pantomime 45 61­6
    prices paid for 53 75, 53 78
    Scottish comedians 53 74­95
    as sources of information 54 86­97, 54 95
    thirteenth century 54 124
    see also music
Soo, Chung Ling 57 112
Sophonisba (Lee) 47 142, 47 148, 55 69
Sorceress, The (Herkomer) 62 128­9, 62 131
Sorensen, Colin 59 171
Sorrell, Mark, 'Edmund Kean and Richardson's Theatre' 50 29­38
Sothern, Edward Askew 61 99­100
Souldier's Fortune, The (Otway) 47 151
Sound Archive, British Library 63 182, 64 178
sound effects
    Elizabethan playhouses 56 91, 56 104
    Saint-Denis' productions 53 105, 53 113
    sense of place 63 8
Sound of Music, The 57 29
South Asian dancing school 55 160
South London Film Society 53 59
South London Music Hall 62 147
South Shields
    Theatre Royal 41 13
    'Victorian Coons' 49 52
Southampton
    Follies Variety Club 60 178
    Gaumont Theatre 57 30, 57 32, 57 51
    Operatic Society 55 161
    Philharmonic Society 49 51
    University
        Library archives 63 184
        Nuffield Theatre 57 30, 57 32, 57 50, 57 57, 57 66­9, 57 71
Southend
    Operatic and Dramatic Society 48 53
    Ray, Edward at 56 179
    see also Westcliff
Southern Arts Board 58 167
Southern, Richard 43 99, 48 98, 49 125, 62 2
    on Adventures of Five Hours, The 61 12, 61 19, 61 27­8
    Bristol University 56 2
    Dorchester theatres 53 26, 53 27
    Loutherbourg designs 47 96, 47 98
    research in Britain 49 122, 49 123
    Richmond, Yorks. 46 32, 46 38­9
    theatre architecture/arts interaction 54 54
    Theatre Notebook beginnings 50 3, 50 6
    on Theatre Royal, Bristol 56 173­8
Southerne, Thomas 59 42
    Disappointment, The 48 108, 48 110, 51 49
    Loyal Brothers, The 42 114, 47 149, 47 153
    Maid's Last Prayer, The 60 57­8
    Money the Mistress 51 47
    Oroonoko 60 30
    United Company staging 48 108­11, 48 113
'Southwark Fair' engraving (Hogarth) 52 91, 52 92, 52 93, 52 106
Sower of the Hills 53 97
Sowerby Bridge Gilbert and Sullivan Society 60 178
Sowerby, Githa, Rutherford and Son 47 177
Sowerby, William 63 85­6
spa resort long rooms 43 106
Spalding, Lincolnshire 60 121
    playbills 57 137
Spanish Fryar, The (Dryden) 47 151, 49 3
Spanish Gipsy, The (Middleton) 46 79
Spanish Gypsy, The (Eliot) 62 128­9
Spanish Rogue, The (Duffett) 47 148
Spanish Tragedy, The (Kyd) 46 88­9, 56 107
Sparrow, John 51 141, 51 142
Speaight, George 42 96, 43 47, 45 112, 52 18­23, 57 118, 60 2­4, 60 2
    A Life in Toy Theatre 57 165­6
    'Astley's Amphitheatre' 42 75­8, 42 75­7
    Chronic Hystoire of Elydure 43 25­6
    Collecting Theatre Memorabilia 44 128­32
    on Corsican Brothers, The 46 106­7
    on Ducrow's funerary monument 46 164, 47 173
    on Ellen Terry 47 172
    'Harlequinade turn-ups' 45 70­84, 46 162, 49 110, 49 111
    London Circus by W.R. 49 108
    on medieval puppet shows 48 171, 51 170
    on performance dates 55 100, 55 159
    'Professor Pepper's ghost' 43 16­24
    on Punch depictions 45 95­6
    'Punch and Joan' 56 78­84, 56 80­3
    (R) 43 91­2, 44 83­5, 44 88­90, 45 46, 45 158, 47 54­6, 47 117, 52 56­7
    retirement 46 2
    on Southern, Richard 43 99
    S.T.R. Committee 50 4
    S.T.R. publication 42 133
    on Surrey Rotunda 45 41
    The History of the English Puppet Theatre 45 107­9, 58 9­10
    on Tragedian, The 57 73
Speaight, Robert 59 86, 60 3
    on Gray, Terence 51 92, 51 107
    Poel dossier 54 162
    in Saint Joan 57 18­19
special archives, additions 2009  63 183, 64 179
special effects, apothecaries 61 2­11
specification of place 63 6­7
spectacle
    Georgian theatre 64 58­81
    Victorian theatre 64 50
Spectator, The, Royal Court Theatre 64 160­73
speech patterns 54 126
Speed, Jack 55 132, 55 134­5, 55 137­8, 55 141
Speldhurst Players 60 176
spelling issues 53 174
Spence, Basil 57 30
Spencer, Gabriel 55 119­22, 63 71­3, 63 74­5, 63 76­7
Spider and the Fly, The (Dando) 63 156
Spiller, Mr 50 140, 51 46
Spiller, Mrs 51 46
Spin-Off Theatre Company 60 177
Spinacutti, Signor 53 118
spiritualism 63 44
Splinters revue group 50 177
Spoiled Child, The 53 24
sponsorship 53 48­56
    see also patronage
Spotts, Frederic, Hitler and the Power of Aesthetics 59 56, 59 113
Sprague, Arthur Colby 48 128­33
    on Beaumont and Fletcher 54 86
    on Gray, Terence 51 92
    obituary 46 58
Sprinchorn, Evert 46 116
    'An intermediate stage level in the Elizabethan theatre' 46 73­94, 46 159, 48 51­2, 49 113­15, 52 172
    'Wren' theatre 50 52­3
Spring 1600 (Williams) 58 96
Spring Heeled Jack 63 144­5
Spring, John 49 157
Springthorpes marionette company 48 19
Sprites of the Silver Shower (pantomime) 63 134
Spurling, Hilary 64 160­73
Squire of Alsatia, The (Shadwell) 48 108
Squire Oldsapp (D'Urfey) 47 151
squire's/knight's vigil ghost show 43 19, 43 20
staffing
    1940s and 50s theatres 49 108­10
    minor theatres 43 100­4
    theatre workers' unions 58 156
Stafford, Ada Mary 55 102
Stafford Entertainments Ltd 58 168
Stafford, Mary Florence 55 102
Stafford, Pauline Elizabeth 55 102
Stafford Players 59 170
Stafford-Clark, Max 55 49
Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent Archive Service 63 181
Stage by Stage: Sixty Years of Theatre in Market Harborough (Jones) 48 175
Stage by Stage, The Making of the Theatre Museum (Rogers) 41 42­3
Stage Cyclopaedia, The 59 152
stage décor and design 58 132­3
    eighteenth century 47 96­103
    Herkomer's plays 62 129, 62 131­2, 62 135­6
    illustrators 54 98­123
    nineteenth century 47 164­7
    Restoration theatre 61 12­31
    seventeenth century 47 20­9, 47 80­95, 47 141­56
    see also scenery
stage directions
    door hangings 53 11
    Elizabethan playhouses 56 87­91, 56 93­102
stage doors
    early modern staging 63 2­19
    Elizabethan playhouses 56 85­116
    Globe 53 8­18, 54 2­23, 55 59­71
    opening 60 14­17
    positions behind 60 19­23
    prompter's place 55 110­18
    Restoration theatre 61 22­8
    Shakespearean theatre 56 138­42, 60 5­29
    shutting 60 12­14
stage houses, Bushey Theatre 62 132
Stage Image and Tradition: Shakespeare to Ford (Lomax) 42 139­40
Stage Lands (comedy) 63 21
Stage Lighting Design in Britain: The Emergence of the Light Designer, 1881-1950 (Morgan) 60 182
stage machinery
    bridges 52 42, 52 43, 52 44, 63 138
    Corsican cuts 52 43
    Dando's 63 152­5, 63 158­63, 63 159­61, 63 170­6
    Dioclesian 47 87­8
    electric 53 175
    Elizabethan 41 18­24
    English wood 52 38­45
    Georgian theatre 64 71
    Llandudno Grand Theatre 41 4­18
    sloats 52 39, 52 41, 52 43
    United Company 48 106­7, 48 112­13
    Victorian theatre 46 122­33, 46 130, 46 132
    see also counterweights; traps
stage machinists 41 89­90
stage managers 42 98­101
    Britannia Theatre 42 101­8
    first non-acting 54 177
    see also actor-managers
Stage Needlework Guild 41 120­1
Stage Operatives' Union 41 124
stage-right, preference for 56 113
stage settings see stage décor and design
stage-sitting 64 3­11
Stage Society 42 78, 56 11­14, 64 142­3
stage staff see staffing
Stage, The (journal) 41 121, 41 122, 59 107, 59 108
Stage of Their Own, A: Feminist Playwrights of the Suffrage Era (Stowell) 47 177­8
Stage Year Book 1909 48 79­80
stages
    Elizabethan 46 73­94, 47 114­15, 48 51­2, 48 172­3, 49 113­15
    first flat 52 38
    'fit-up' 59 65, 59 66, 59 68, 59 70
    Poel's
        'Fortune fit-up' 46 96, 46 97
        portable deal 46 98, 46 99­100, 46 101
    see also stage...
Staging Shakespeare: Seminars on Production Problems (Loney) 45 156­7
Staging Shakespeare's Late Plays (Warren) 45 149­51
Staging in Shakespeare's Theatre (Gurr and Ichikawa) 55 103
Staging the UK (Harvie) 60 182­4
staircases
    turntable stages 63 160, 63 174
    see also steps
Stamford playbills 57 137­8
Standard Theatre, Shoreditch 42 79, 50 149, 50 154, 53 44
    books reviewed 41 144­5, 54 179
Stanfield, Clarkson 46 107
Stanislavsky, Konstantin 54 64, 59 173
    Fagan and 56 14­15
    Saint-Denis and 53 96, 53 99, 53 101, 53 108­9
Stanley, Charles 49 3, 49 5, 49 8, 49 9
Stanley, Co. Durham 48 53
Stanley, house of 43 10
Stanley, Sir John 43 71­80, 61 133
Stanton, John 53 45, 54 28
Staple of Newes, The (Jonson) 45 154­6, 57 100
Staples, Sir Robert Ponsonby 49 60
Stapleton, Sir Miles 47 65, 47 70­1
Stapylton, Robert 47 25, 47 28
star system 56 126, 56 131, 59 73, 59 139, 60 184­5
star traps 41 11, 41 12­13
Starlight Express, The 63 38, 63 39­54
State of the Nation: British Theatre Since 1945 (Billington) 62 121
Statement of the Differences subsisting between the Proprietors and Performers of the Theatre-Royal, Covent Garden, A 63 93­125
Statham, Arnold 63 169
stationers 64 72­3
steamer boats 61 91­2
Stec, Victoria 52 49, 53 126
    (R) 54 177­8
Stede, John 49 74
    diary 62 163­6
Stedman, Jane, W.S. Gilbert: a classic Victorian and his theatre 51 116­19
Steel, Freda 49 116
Steele, Richard 45 20­1, 49 80­1, 51 125, 59 49­50, 61 122­3
    censorship 41 74­5, 41 77­8, 61 140
    Conscious Lovers, The 44 69, 47 119, 48 13, 49 20, 49 21, 49 23
    Lincoln's Inn Fields reopening 42 23­4, 42 29
Steevens, George 48 3, 51 123, 51 124, 61 122, 61 126­7, 61 129, 62 23­4
Stefanova, Kalina, Theatre and Humanism in a World of Violence 64 119­20
Steggle, Matthew, '"Greene's Baboone": Thomas Greene, ape impersonator?' 60 72­5
Stell, C.F. 53 26
Stennett, Roger, Out of The Sun 57 69
Stephens, Andrew 43 115
Stephens, Catherine 54 146, 54 148
Stephens, John Russell
    'Playwright in extremis, George Dibdin Pitt revisited' 53 41­7
    (R) 49 117­18
    The Profession of the Playwright: British Theatre 1800-1900 48 54­5
Stepmother, The (Stapylton) 47 25
Stepniak, Sergius 64 133
steps, turntable stages 63 160, 63 162, 63 174
Stern, Tiffany
    Abrams' reply 61 122, 61 125, 61 129­30
    'Behind the Arras: the Prompter's Place in the Shakespearean Theatre' 55 110­18
    'Epilogues, prayers after plays, and Shakespeare's 2 Henry IV 64 122­9
    on hangings 56 138­41
    (R) 55 51­2
    Rehearsals from Shakespeare to Sheridan 55 103
    "The Green Room Scuffle" 52 115
    'Was Totus mundus agit histrionem ever the motto of the Globe Theatre?' 51 122­7
Steuart, David 48 53
Stevens, Andrea R., ''Assisted by a Barber': The Court Apothecary, Special Effects and The Gypsies Metamorphosed' 61 2­11
Stevens, George Alexander 44 11, 55 131­2, 55 135, 55 137, 55 139
Stevenson, Alec 53 82
Stevenson, Miss 54 148
Stevenston and Saltcoats 55 51
Stewart, Douglas 63 144­5
Stewart, Ethel 58 91­2
Stewart, Graham, archive papers 63 182
Stewart Headlam Players 50 170
Stewart, Maurice, correction 57 73
Stewart, Sophie 58 166
Stewart-Smith, Elizabeth 50 118
Stickland, William R. 60 177
Stierstorfer, Klaus, (R) 50 55­6, 51 58­9
Still Waters Run Deep (Taylor) 56 21, 56 44
Stinchcombe Hill Music Festival 50 54
Stirbitch Fair see Sturbridge Fair
stock companies 61 83­4
    see also touring companies
stockings 64 64
Stockport Music Festival 50 54
Stockport Theatre 54 28
Stockwell, Alan
    'Is this a Picture of Jules Léotard?' 58 161­4
    Mr Dickens & Master Betty 64 182
    on Music Hall 52 115
    (R) 57 114
    'The Old Malt Cross Music Hall' 48 36­45
    Theatre Royal, Bath 49 115
Stodare, Colonel 42 106
Stoke Newington Palace 49 34
Stoke-on-Trent
    Archive Service 63 181
    Victoria Theatre 59 108
Stoker, Bram 46 165, 51 18, 59 124
    caricature 45 137
    on Corsican Brothers, The 46 13­14
    dead-body carrying 61 111, 62 167
    on 'supers' 50 112
Stoker, Dr George 62 167
Stokes, James, Records of Early English Drama 52 55­6
Stokes, John
    Bernhardt, Terry, Duse: the Actress in her Time 43 141­3
    (R) 45 100­2, 52 53­5, 52 57­8
Stoll, Oswald 48 80, 48 82, 49 27­49, 49 47, 49 177­8
Stoll Picture Productions Ltd 49 44
Stoll Theatre 49 125, 49 126, 57 28
Stone, George Winchester Jr, 'Anatomy of a theatrical season for Covent Garden, 1758-9' 48 11­18
Stone Jug, The 54 120
Stone, Norman 55 49
Stone, Phillip 64 7
Stonehouse, James 43 11, 43 14
Stoneman, Patsy, Jane Eyre on Stage, 1848-1898: An illustrated edition of eight plays with contextual notes 63 60­1
Stoppelaer, Charles 50 143, 51 50
Stoppelaer, Michael 64 15
Storey, David 60 180
Storey, Mrs, lodgings 57 160
storm and shipwreck scenes 51 82, 51 85, 51 87
Story of Unity Theatre, The (Chambers) 46 112­14
Story of Waterloo, A (Conan Doyle) 49 179, 49 180
Story­Gofton, E. 51 57
Stott, Mike 59 107
Stourac, Richard, Theatre as a Weapon: Workers' Theatre in the Soviet Union, Germany and Britain 1917-34 41 146­7
Stourbridge Theatre Society 62 168
Stow, John 54 71, 54 73
Stowell, Sheila 50 65
    A Stage of Their Own: Feminist Playwrights of the Suffrage Era 47 177­8
    on Nash 64 35­6
    (R) 48 58­9
Stow's Annals 54 71­2
S.T.R. see Society for Theatre Research
Strachan, Alan, Secret Dreams: A Biography of Michael Redgrave 59 172­3
Strand Cinema Theatre Co (1920) Ltd 63 182
Strand Theatre 50 154
Strange Feats and Clever Turns (Holland) 53 124
Strange Story (Bulwer-Lytton) 43 19
Strange and Wilson 50 117
Strange's Men 55 122, 63 72, 63 73­4, 63 75­6
Strasbourg School, France 53 107
Stratagem, The (Farquhar) see Beaux' Stratagem, The
Stratford-upon-Avon 58 96
    Amateur Operatic Society 50 54
    book reviewed 48 176
    Burney playbills 57 138­9
    Empire Theatre 49 30
    Royal Shakespeare Theatre 51 8­13, 53 107
    Shakespeare Club 54 62
    Shakespeare Jubilee 54 142, 54 145, 56 170
    Swan Theatre 41 101­7, 41 102
Strathclyde University Archives 64 180
Straub, Kristina, Sexual Suspects: Eighteenth-Century Players and Sexual Ideology 48 57­8
Strauss, George 59 105
Strauss, Richard 42 133
Stravinsky, Igor 55 56
Streamline (Herbert and Jeans) 56 22
street ballads 42 134
street culture, America 61 95­6
Streetcar Named Desire, A 58 36
Street(e), Peter 42 8, 43 115, 44 51­2, 47 178
Streets of London, The 60 103, 60 108
Strickland family 46 38­9
Strife (Galsworthy) 64 146
strike action
    orchestras 61 51­2
    Thatcher and 64 106
Strindberg, August 56 10
String of Pearls, The (Dibdin Pitt) 52 33, 52 34, 52 35, 52 36, 53 46
strolling companies
    Doggett at Cambridge 51 147­65
    epilogues 64 124­5
    fit-up theatres 54 180
    seventeenth century 46 119, 46 122
    see also touring companies; travelling players
Stroud Choral Society 57 160
Struggle for a Free Stage in London (Nicholson) 61 117
Strutt, I. 45 76­7, 45 80, 45 82­3
Stuart, Lady Arabella 44 121
Stuart theatre
    fairs and fairgrounds 49 93, 49 96, 49 97
    itinerant entertainers 52 118­29
    Lord Mayor's shows 49 91­6
    masques 62 123­4
    travelling players 58 48­70
    see also individual people, plays and theatres
Stuart of Wortley, Alice 63 47
Stubbs, Imogen 41 104, 41 105
Stubbs, Naomi, (R) 59 174
student protests 64 96, 64 99­100
Studholme, Marie 56 21
studio theatres 54 67
Sturbridge Fair, Cambridge
    attractions 51 152
    Burney playbills 57 139
    Doggett at 51 147­65
    University entertainment 51 147
Sturg-flattery 55 120
Sturgess, Keith, (R) 43 43­4
Styan, J.L. 49 154
Subhash, Indu 62 99
Sublime, the 41 30, 41 79
submissions procedure, Theatre Notebook 58 2
subsidies
    Arts Council 64 164, 64 166
    Australia 56 74
    Comédie Français 56 125, 56 130­1
Successful Strangers, The (Mountfort) 48 108
Such Things Are (Inchbald) 46 114
Suckling, John, Sad One, The 46 79
Suddaby, J. 60 152, 60 160
Suett, Richard 54 60
Suffolk
    Burney playbills 57 137
    circuit 56 71
    jugglers 57 92
    Record Office 58 168
Suffolk, Duchess of 58 52
Suffrage Girl, The (Nash production) 64 35­6
suffrage movement 45 132­43, 49 99
Suicide Sal (Droy and Droy) 53 83
Sullen Lovers, The (Shadwell) 47 25
Sullen, Mrs 42 63
Sullivan, Arthur 41 140, 44 34, 44 36, 55 154, 59 153, 59 157
    see also Gilbert and Sullivan
Sullivan, Barry 56 74
Sullivan, Jill, 'Managing the pantomime: productions at the Theatre Royal Nottingham in the 1860s' 60 98­116
Sully, Mariette 44 127
summer season, London 42 14­22
Summers, Bob 55 132
Summers, Julia (Hayward) 47 111­12
Summer's Last Will (Nashe) 55 111
Summers, Montague 59 14, 62 66
Summerson, John 54 54
the Sun/Apollo on stage 43 138
Sunday Clubs 53 50
Sunday Play Society 45 137
Sunday theatre closure 55 154
Sunday Times 59 103, 64 164­5
Sunderland Empire 60 178
supernatural scenes 46 4­14
    see also ghost effects
'supers' 50 109­12, 51 9­13, 58 156
Surplus Population and the Poor Law Bill (Cobbett) 48 176
Surprisal, The (Howard) 41 111, 47 21, 47 23
Surrey
    Farnham theatres 55 161
    History Centre 58 168, 63 182
    Royal Circus 55 100
    Wine Rooms 58 76
Surrey Institution 58 72, 58 74, 58 75
Surrey Music Hall, Southwark 53 67, 53 68
Surrey Rotunda see Rotunda, The
Surrey Theatre, Lambeth 44 125, 47 159, 48 116
    1816-17 season 52 28
    Black Eyed Susan 50 146, 50 147, 50 148, 50 161
    books reviewed 54 179, 56 132­3
    Dibdin Pitt 52 24­5, 52 28­30, 52 33, 53 42
    Jack Sheppard plays 54 101­2, 54 112­14, 54 116­17, 54 119­20
    Mons. Gouffé 53 116
    playbills 51 28
    Ray, Edward at 56 179
    Shepherd's management 61 35, 61 38
    staffing and finance 43 100­4
    Variety and Socialism 58 80, 58 82
Survey of London, The (Sheppard) 53 135
Susan Hopley (Pitt) 52 24, 52 32­3
Susanna (Handel) 48 12
Suspicious Husband Criticiz'd, The (Macklin) 49 21, 49 22, 49 79
Suspicious Husband, The (Garrick) 41 85, 49 19, 49 21, 49 72­3, 49 79
Sussex
    circuit 53 42
    jugglers 57 91
    programmes 56 19
Sussex University archives 64 180
Sussex's Men 58 51­3, 58 58­9
Sutcliffe, Christopher, 'Kempe and Armin: the management of change' 50 122­34
Suter, William E.
    Catherine Howard 59 75, 59 87
    Felon's Bond, The 50 98
Sutherland, Dame Joan 62 51
Sutro, Alfred 48 81
    Man in the Stalls, The 48 80
Sutton Amateur Dramatic Club 64 178
Sutton Local Studies & Archives Centre 64 178
Sutton, R.B., 'Further evidence of David Garrick's portrayal of Hamlet from the diary of Georg Christoph Lichtenberg' 50 8­14
Svoboda, Josef 61 173
Swan, Joseph 62 129
Swan Lake 44 39
Swan Theatre, Bankside 42 7, 49 132, 52 62­4
    book reviewed 56 73
    de Witt's sketch 53 8­18, 53 147, 53 152­4, 54 2­3, 54 6, 54 8, 54 13­14, 56 86­7, 56 112
    frons scenae 55 113
    sharp dealing 55 119­29
    stage doors 55 60­2, 55 66
    turrets and tiring-houses 49 134­5, 49 137, 49 141, 49 146­8
Swan Theatre, Stratford-on-Avon 41 101­7, 41 102
Swan Theatre, Worcester 58 168
Swanborough, Miss 55 42
Swansea
    Empire 49 28, 49 30
    Festival archives 63 182
    Little Theatre 58 168
Swanston, Eliard 55 74
Swanzy, Henry Valentine L. 62 171
Swears, Herbert 59 132
Sweasey, J.S. 53 69
sweated labour 64 59
Sweden 43 133, 55 2­3
Sweeney Todd 52 34, 53 41, 53 46, 62 178
Sweet Lavender (Pinero) 56 21
Swelling Scene, The (Robinson) 51 178
Swift, Jonathan
    on Creation of the World puppet show 52 107
    Directions to Servants 59 46, 59 51
Swindells, Julia, (R) 58 173­4
Swindon, Wyvern Theatre 50 54
Swiney, Owen
    Drury Lane receipts 49 81, 49 82, 49 83
    'Green Room Scuffle' 52 115
    Stanley, Sir John and 43 72­3, 43 75­7
Swinley, Ion 57 18­19
Swiss Theatre Collection 49 55
sword swallowers 54 134­6
swords, Kean's 64 174­5
S.W.P. see Socialist Workers Party
Sydney, Australia 55 78­9, 55 83­4, 55 152
    Georgian theatre 51 128­46, 51 134­5, 51 137
    nineteenth-century theatre 50 150
    Theatre Royal 47 111
Sydney Valentine 1865-1919 (Rollinson) 50 180
Sykes, Charles Vernon 49 52
Sylphides, Les 57 29
symmetry, stage doors 56 92
Syndicate Halls 49 30
Szondi, Peter, Theory of Modern Drama 44 85­8


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