< Theatre Notebook

Vol. 51, No. 3

pp121-180, 1997

Articles

  1. Was Totus Mundus Agit Histrionem Ever the Motto of the Globe Theatre?

    Tiffany Stern

  2. The Georgian Theatre in Sydney: Some Facts and Problems

    Rob Jordon

  3. Thomas Doggett at Cambridge in 1701

    Judith Milhous

  4. An Unknown Backstage Painting: Nixon's "Peep Behind the Scenes, Covent Garden Theatre"

    William J. Burling

BOOK REVIEWS

The Lights O' London and Other Victorian Plays

Michael R. Booth, ed.

Trilby and Other Plays

George Taylor, ed.

Female Playwrights of the Nineteenth Century

Adrienne Scullion, ed.

Hamlet

Anthony B. Dawson

The Making of the Professional Actor

Adrian Cairns, with a foreword by Jeremy Irons

Dramatic Art: Theatrical Paintings from the Garrick Club

Desmond Shawe-Taylor

Was Totus Mundus Agit Histrionem Ever the Motto of the Globe Theatre? –§– The Georgian Theatre in Sydney –§– Thomas Doggett at Cambridge, 1701 –§– An Unknown Backstage Painting: Nixon’s “Peep Behind the Scenes, Covent Garden Theatre”.

EDITORIAL

Prof. Katherine Worth, retiring editor; Dr Marion O’Connor, new editor; fifty years of Theatre Notebook.

 

NOTES & QUERIES

Farini’s Patents


Medieval Puppet Shows: Text Completed


A Gallery Placated


Members’ Research Interests: Stanton Theatrical Family; Iris Warren

 

BRIEFLY NOTED

Ristori in Australia
The Hovenden Theatre Club
Glossary of Terms Used in Variety, Vaudeville, Revue & Pantomime, 1880-1960, compiled by Valentyne Napier
The descendants of Robert William Elliston, by Michael J. Wood
Noel Coward and Radclyffe Hall, Kindred Spirits, by Terry Castle
The Swelling Scene, introduced by Alan Plater
Journey Through Stageland – The Collins Family of Glasgow, by Josette Collins Marchant

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