University of Sheffield PhD
The plays of Philip Ridley, their productions and critical responses
Likely year of completion 2013
The plays of Philip Ridley - if you've been involved with a production of one of his plays either as a performer, creative, or member of production staff, I'd love to hear from you.
Also interested in history of stage management as this was my profession previous to starting my research degree.
654 Ralph Street
BC V8Z 1Z5
University of Victoria, Canada; PhD expected to complete 2015
Bluebell 1 Sub-Warden
University of Warwick
PhD - Theatre and Performance Studies. Topic Area Private and Amateur Theatricals in Country Houses 1820-1914. Institution: University of Warwick; Likely year of completion: 2015
I'm a Nineteenth Century Theatre Historian researching 'Private and Amateur Theatricals 1820-1914'
My PhD includes research into:
PhD student at
University of Brighton in conjunction with V&A and National Trust
Fashioning an Artistic Identity: The Personal and Theatrical Dress of Ellen Terry (1841-1928)
expected completion 2014
PhD in Opera Studies at Queen's University, Belfast Completion likely in 2012
Royal Holloway, University of London
PhD, Transatlantic Cultural History, 1850 - 1910
Expected completion 2010
MA in Shakespeare and the Theatre
The Shakespeare Institute
Expected year of completion 2010
Grant Tyler PETERSON
1a Walnut Walk
Bristol BS31 2RW
0117 986 2015
Royal Holloway, University fof London
PhD in 'Partly Political' Street Performance: British Alternative Theatre History and the Natural Theatre Company
Expected completion 2011
PhD Queen Mary, University of London, Likely completion 2012
on Stephen Poliakoff
British Theatre since 1970
theatre and the archive
theatre and 20thC history
MPhil/PhD - University of Winchester: The Role of Celebrity in the British Pantomime Industry 1980-2010.
I would be particularly interested to hear from members who were involved in any aspect of pantomime during this period, as well as those with programme and memorabilia collections.
Mrs Chris STAM (now Dr Chris Stam)
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MA Interdisciplinary Studies; Boise University, Idaho, USA
19thC Dog Dramas
The evolution of theatrical melodrama as a specific genre; particularly interested in Dog Dramas and the performers (human and canine) who specialised in this genre.
PhD, University of Leicester (expected 2013): Representations of Islam in Victorian drama
Helen Margaret WALTER
PhD in History of Design at the RCA/Victoria and Albert
Project title: Boundaries of the Self: The Actor, the Dandy and Dress in fin-de-siecle London. Specifically considering the costume and everyday dress of Henry Irving and Max Beerbohm, and how dress was used by these two men to frame and propose particular selves and personae for public consumption.
Ms Hilary WILSON
19thC theatre and performance, especially in Yorkshire. I am also interested in the history of popular & "alternative" theatres, and particularly the history of women in theatre (mainly 19th, 20th and 21st centuries).
University of Sheffield
PhD research into Victorian Theatre in Sheffield. Expected completion 2010
Research Interests Index
19th March 2013