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Research Opportunities in Renaissance Drama XLIII (2004)

by RORD / ROMARD, Peter H. Greenfield (Editor)

Other authors: Mary Blackstone (Contributor), Philip Butterworth (Contributor), Garrett P. J. Epp (Contributor), Kathleen E. McLuskie (Contributor), Katie Normington (Contributor)3 more, Rebecca Rogers (Contributor), Margaret Rogerson (Contributor), James Shaw (Contributor)

Series: Research Opportunities in Renaissance Drama (43)

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Rogers, RebeccaContributorsecondary authorall editionsconfirmed
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Contents of Volume 43 (2004):

PHILIP BUTTERWORTH, Is There Any Further Value to Be Gained from Re-Staging Medieval Theater?
MARGARET ROGERSON, Living History: the Modern Mystery Plays in York
KATIE NORMINGTON, The Actor/Audience Contract in Modern Restagings of the Mystery Plays
GARRETT P. J. EPP, Corected & not playd: an Unproductive History of the Towneley Plays
REBECCA ROGERS AND KATHLEEN E. MCLUSKIE, Which Early-Modern Playing Companies Were Commercially Successful?
MARY BLACKSTONE , Performance and the Intertextual Negotiation of Community: The Example of Elizabethan Leicester
JAMES SHAW, Census of Renaissance Drama Productions
PETER GREENFIELD, Census of Medieval Drama Productions
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