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EARLY THEATRE 9.2 (2006)
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 17.1028  Tuesday, 21 November 2006

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Date: 		Monday, 20 Nov 2006 17:55:20 -0500
Subject: 	EARLY THEATRE 9.2 (2006)

Below is the table of contents for the forthcoming issue of Early Theatre 
9.2 (2006), which will be mailed out to subscribers in December. 
Subscription includes access to the searchable online journal, and soon 
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available free with a subscription to Early Theatre.

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Early Theatre  9.2 (December 2006)

ARTICLES

York Guilds and the Corpus Christi Plays: Unwilling Participants?
     Clifford Davidson

Napping in the Arbour in the Digby Mary Magdalene Play
     Joanne Findon

The Repertory of Prince Charles's (I) Company, 1608-1625
     David Nicol

The Borrowed Expositor
     Michelle M. Butler

NOTE

Ram Alley and Female Spectatorship
     Andrew Griffin

ISSUES IN REVIEW:  Popular Theatre and the Red Bull
     by Lucy Munro Anne Lancashire, John H. Astington, and Marta 
Straznicky,

Governing the Pen to the Capacity of the Stage: Reading the Red Bull and 
Clerkenwell
     Lucy Munro

Multi-day Performance and the London Clerkenwell Play
     Anne Lancashire

Playing the Man: Acting at the Red Bull and the Fortune
     John H. Astington

The Red Bull Repertory in Print, 1608-1638
     Marta Straznicky

For submission of essays to this journal, email the editor, Dr H M 
Ostovich
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Professor of English, and Editor, EARLY THEATRE
McMaster University
English and Cultural Studies

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