Announcements

Award for Teramura's 'The Admiral's "Vayvode" of 1598'

 
Misha Teramura's Early Theatre article 'The Admiral’s "Vayvode’ of 1598" receives Honorable Mention for the Renaissance Society of America's annual RSA-TCP Article Prize in Digital Renaissance Research 2015.  
Posted: 2016-04-12 More...
 

Early Theatre goes digital

 
The current issue of Early Theatre (18.2, December 2015) is the last to be published on paper. Starting with 19.1 (June 2016) ET/REED will become a digital journal only.  
Posted: 2015-12-22 More...
 

Staging the Henrican Court

 
Following the August 2009 production of The Play of the Weather at Hampton Court, the Staging the Henrician Court website was launched at www.stagingthecourt.org. As a leading edge development in arts and humanities research, we are always looking to learn from and develop the use of the internet for collaborative research.  
Posted: 2014-08-26 More...
 

Richard Brome Online: Researchers bring historical work into the digital age

 
Today, March 1st 2010, marks the launch of a unique online edition of the collected plays of dramatist, Richard Brome, which marks the culmination of a four-year project directed by researchers at Royal Holloway, University of London and the University of Sheffield.  
Posted: 2014-08-26 More...
 

SYMPOSIUM: DRAMA AND RELIGION 1555-1575: THE CHESTER CYCLE IN CONTEXT

 
The Chester 2010 Symposium explores the Chester Cycle in its original context, and in the context of the concurrent Chester 2010 research-based Performance. We welcome registrants from the general public as well as registrants affiliated with academic institutions.  
Posted: 2014-08-26 More...
 

PERFORMANCE: CREATION TO JUDGEMENT - THREE DAYS - TWENTY-THREE PLAYS

 
During the reign of Elizabeth I, the citizens of Chester performed their ancient Catholic cycle of Biblical plays each year at Whitsuntide. From the Fall of Lucifer before Creation to the Last Judgment, each episode - performed on a wagon - rolled through the city streets in a three-day celebration of the old religion.  
Posted: 2014-08-26 More...
 

Chester 2010 Review Articles

 

A collaborative review article, entitled “Seduction and Salvation: Chester 2010 in Review” by Jessica Dell, Erin Julian, and Chantelle Thauvette, will be featured in the upcoming September 2010 issue of Research Opportunities in Medieval and Renaissance Drama.

 
 
Posted: 2014-08-26 More...
 

Early Theatre: Special Issue on Women and Performance: Summer 2012

 
From REED and the growing body of work by comparatists and theater historians, we now know that early modern women, including Englishwomen and foreign players, performed at all social levels and in all performance spaces except the all-male stage.  
Posted: 2014-08-08 More...
 
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