< Theatre Notebook

Vol. 45, No. 2

pp53-112, 1991

Articles

  1. "The Subject of Almost All Companies": A New Look at The Necromancer

    John McVeagh

  2. Harlequinade Turn-Ups

    George Speaight

  3. Churches and Stages in Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Bristol

    Kathleen Barker

BOOK REVIEWS

Shakespeare in Performance: Cymbeline

Roger Warren

Shakespeare in Performance: Titus Andronicus

Alan C. Dessen

Shakespeare in Performance: King Richard III

Hugh M. Richmond

Hideous Progenies. Dramatisations of Frankenstein from Mary Shelley to the Present

Steven Earl Forry

James Edward Neild, Victorian Vortuoso

Harold Love

Oscar Wilde and the Theatre of the 1890s

Kerry Powell

Peter Hall Directs "Anthony and Cleopatra"

Tirzah Lowen

The History of the English Puppet Theatre (2nd ed.)

George Speaight

“The Subject of Almost All Companies”: A New Look at The Necromancer –§– Harlequinade Turn-Ups –§–Churches and Stages in Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Bristol.

NOTES & QUERIES

Tom Taylor’s The Overland Route


Theatre Lighting Project


Earliest Depiction of Punch


Corrigenda


Theatres in Totnes


Ormskirk Theatre and The Bannister Family in Russia


Microfilm Materials at the Folger


Edward Theatre Conference, 1992

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