Vol. 51, No. 2

pp61-120, 1997


  1. Ariel's Costume in the Original Staging of The Tempest

    Gabriel Egan

  2. A Legal Dodge in the Business Practices of the Original Globe and Drury Lane Theatres

    Brian Jay Corrigan

  3. "Abstracts and Articles": An Early Restoration Theatre Agreement

    N. W. Bawcutt

  4. Pizarro, Bridges and the Gothic Scene

    Allan S. Jackson

  5. 'Ragging the Bard': Terence Gray, Shakespeare and Henry VIII

    Robert Shaughnessy


The Control and Censorship of Caroline Drama: The Records of Sir Henry Herbert, Master of the Revels, 1623-1673

N. W. Bawcutt, ed.

Design by Motley

Michael Mullin, with a foreword by Sir John Gielgud

The Trick of Singularity: 'Twelfth Night' and the Performance Editions

Laurie E. Osborne

W. S. Gilbert: A classic Victorian and his theatre

Jane Stedman

ROMANTIC STAGES, Set and Costume Design in Victorian England

Alicia Finkel

Ariel’s Costume in the Original Staging of The Tempest –§– A Legal Dodge in the Business Practices of the Original Globe & Drury Lane Theatres –§– “Abstracts & Articles”: An Early Restoration Theatre Agreement –§–Pizarro, Bridges & the Gothic Scene –§– ‘Ragging the Bard’: Terence Gray, Shakespeare & Henry VIII.


Kenneth Tynan Archive

Adrian the Betrayer

Unity Theatre in Leeds



Lord Byron’s Screen
Worcester’s Lost Theatre, The Story of the Worcester Theatre Royal, by Suz Winspear

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