From Script to Stage in Early Modern England (Paperback, 2004 ed.)


This collection brings together a group of distinguished and original theater historians engaged in rethinking the nature of early modern theater history as a discipline. Whether focusing on the relation between scripts and performance practice, the structure of theatrical companies, the social dimensions of drama, or the archaeology of the stage, all are concerned with basic questions of evidence and interpretation, and offer significant, and often startling, revisions of our view of the early modern theater.

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This collection brings together a group of distinguished and original theater historians engaged in rethinking the nature of early modern theater history as a discipline. Whether focusing on the relation between scripts and performance practice, the structure of theatrical companies, the social dimensions of drama, or the archaeology of the stage, all are concerned with basic questions of evidence and interpretation, and offer significant, and often startling, revisions of our view of the early modern theater.

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Product Details

General

Imprint

Palgrave Macmillan

Country of origin

United States

Series

Redefining British Theatre History

Release date

October 2004

Availability

Expected to ship within 10 - 15 working days

First published

2004

Editors

,

Dimensions

229 x 152 x 15mm (L x W x T)

Format

Paperback

Pages

251

Edition

2004 ed.

ISBN-13

978-1-4039-3343-0

Barcode

9781403933430

Categories

LSN

1-4039-3343-X



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