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Alison G. Findlay
Lancaster University
United Kingdom

Alison G. Findlay (a.g.findlay@lancaster.ac.uk) is professor of Renaissance drama in the department of English and creative writing at Lancaster University (UK). Her books include Playing Spaces in Early Women’s Drama (2006), Women in Shakespeare (2010), and Much Ado About Nothing: A Guide to the Text and the Play in Performance (2011). She is dramaturg to the all-female Rose Company Theatre http://www.rosecompanytheatre.com/. Currently she is working on an edition of Lady Mary Wroth’s Love’s Victory, co-edited with Philip Sidney and Michael G. Brennan, and editing a special issue of the Sidney Journal, following the 2014 conference Dramatizing Penshurst: Site, Scripts, Sidneys.