Vol. 23, No. 2

pp41-80, Winter 1968/69


  1. Popular Entertainment in Seventeenth-Century Scotland

    Terence Tobin

  2. Samuel Phelps's A Midsummer Night's Dream, Sadler's Wells, October 8th, 1853

    Richard Foulkes

  3. The Contention for Bussy D'Ambois, 1622-41

    John Freehafer


The Eminent Tragedian William Charles Macready

Alan S. Downer

The Prodigy: a Study of the Strange Life of Master Betty

Giles Playfair

Banned! A Review of Theatrical Censorship in Britain

Richard Findlater

Bernard Shaw and the Theater in the Nineties. A Study of Shaw's Dramatic Criticism

Harold Fromm

The Successors

Laurence Irving

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.


Adah Menken

Robert William Elliston

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