< Theatre Notebook

Vol. 61, No. 3

pp121-176, 2007

Articles

  1. Oldys, Motteux and 'The Play'rs Old Motto': The 'Totus Munuds' Conundrum Revisited

    Richard Abrams

  2. 'Abominable, Impious, Prophane, Lewd, Immoral': Prosecuting the Actors in Early Eighteenth Century London

    Jane Milling

  3. Ira Aldridge at Covent Garden, April 1833

    Bernth Lindfors

BOOK REVIEWS

Emily Soldene: In Search of A Singer

Kurt Ganzl

A Place to Spend a Happy Day; A History of Rosherville Gardens

Lynda Smith

Theatre, performance and technology; the development of sceneography in the twentieth century

Christopher Baugh

Oldys, Motteux and ‘The Play’rs Old Motto’: The ‘Totus Munuds’ Conundrum Revisited –§– ‘Abominable, Impious, Prophane, Lewd, Immoral’: Prosecuting the Actors in Early Eighteenth Century London –§– Ira Aldridge at Covent Garden, April 1833.

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