< Theatre Notebook

Vol. 55, No. 1

pp1-56, 2001

Articles

  1. Two Seventeenth-Century Actors: New Facts

    John H. Astington

  2. New Material for a Jacobean Playhouse: The Red Bull Theatre on the Seckford Estate

    Eva Griffith

  3. Back to the Théàtre du Marais, plus a Post-Script on Wren's Drury Lane: A Reply to David Thomas

    John Golder

  4. The Censor Turns Manager: William Bodham Donne and the Windsor Theatricals

    T. Hughie Jones

BOOK REVIEWS

Theatre Finance and Society in Early Modern England

Theodore B. Leinwand

Bristol's Forgotten Empire

Terry Hallett

Variety at Hulme Hippodrome: Manchester 1920-1940

Roger Rolls

Birmingham Hippodrome 1899-1999

Fred Norris

Two 17thC Actors: New Facts –§– New Material for a Jacobean Playhouse: The Red Bull Theatre on the Seckford Estate –§– Back to the Théàtre du Marais, plus a Post-Script on Wren’s Drury Lane: A Reply to David Thomas –§– The Censor Turns Manager: William Bodham Donne and the Windsor.

NOTES & QUERIES

Palace Theatre Archive


Anthony Cornish, possible biography of Dr E. Martin Browne


Noël Coward and Peter Humphrey’s:
An Unpublished Letter to an Aspiring Playwright

 

BRIEFLY NOTED

The Word of the Theatre, 2000 Edition
The Era on DC Rom
The History of Theatre, by David Timson
First Nights: Five Musical Premieres, by Thomas Forrest Kelly

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