< Theatre Notebook

Vol. 50, No. 2

pp61-120, 1996

Articles

  1. Women on Stage: Historiography and Feminist Revisionism

    Jacky Bratton

  2. Press > for History

    Jonathan Badger

  3. A Magnificent Obsession: Harold Hobson and Waiting for Godot

    Dominic Shellard

  4. "That Astonishing Clever Child": Performers and Prodigies in the Early Mid-Victorian Theatre

    Hazel Waters

  5. The Face of Villainy on the Victorian Stage

    Jennifer Jones

  6. "Supers" at the Lyceum

    Alan Hughes

  7. Oscar Wilde's Contract for a New Play, 1900

    Russell Jackson

BOOK REVIEWS

Playing Out the Empire: "Ben Hur" and Other Toga Plays and Films

David Mayer

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.

NOTES & QUERIES

Royal Portraits and the Restoration Stage


Thomas Hardy on Stage


Requests for information about:
theatres in Burnley, Accrington, Nelson and Blackburn
theatrical ridgeway;
Charlotte Goodall;
Gladys Calthorp and Mercedes de Acosta;
Thomas Hutson;
Leon Dodd and Fay Lenore;
Lewis Haase;
Evelyn Mary Moore;
T. J. Burke and Jenny de Brent.


Panorama Showmen (named Poole)


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