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100 great monologues from the Renaissance theatre

Author: Jocelyn Beard
Publisher: Lyme, NH : Smith and Kraus, 1994.
Series: Monologue audition series.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Selected from the Renaissance period, these selections go from monologues for women, including The alchemist and The witch of Edmonton, to monologues for men, including Catiline and Such stuff as dreams are made of.
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100 great monologues from the Renaissance theatre.
Lyme, NH : Smith and Kraus, 1994
(OCoLC)680552378
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jocelyn Beard
ISBN: 1880399598 9781880399590
OCLC Number: 30623501
Description: xiii, 186 p. ; 20 cm.
Contents: A chaste maid in Cheapside / Thomas Middleton --
A fair quarrel / Thomas Middleton and Thomas Rowley --
A mad world, my masters / Thomas Middleton --
A woman killed with kindness / Thomas Heywood --
The alchemist / Ben Jonson --
All fools / George Chapman --
Arden of Feversham / Anonymous --
The atheist's tragedy / Cyril Tourneur --
Bartholomew fair / Ben Jonson --
Cambyses, King of Prussia / Thomas Preston --
Catiline / Ben Jonson --
Cymbeline / William Shakespeare --
David and Bethsabe / George Peele --
The deceived / Gl'Intronati Di Siena --
The devil's law-case / John Webster. Doctor Faustus / Christopher Marlowe --
The Dutch courtesan / John Marston --
Edward II / Christopher Marlowe --
Epiocene or the silent woman / Ben Jonson --
Every man in his humor / Ben Jonson --
The fair maid of the exchange / Thomas Heywood --
The faithful shepherd / Giambattista Guarini --
Friar Bacon and Friar Bungay / Robert Greene --
Gallathea / John Lyly --
Gammer Gurton's needle / William Stevenson --
Gorboduc / Thomas Sackville and Thomas Norton --
Hey for honesty / Thomas Randolph --
The knight of the burning pestle / Francis Beaumont --
The lady of pleasure / James Shirley. Lena / Ludovicio Ariosto --
The life and death of King John / William Shakespeare --
The longer thou livest / W. Wager --
A looking glass for London and England / Thomas Lodge and Robert Greene --
The maid's tragedy / Beaumont and Fletcher --
The malcontent / John Marston --
The masque of Queens / Ben Jonson --
The merry wives of Windsor / William Shakespeare --
Michaelmas term / Thomas Middleton --
Much ado about nothing / William Shakespeare --
No wit, no help like a woman's / Thomas Middleton --
Perkin Warbeck / John Ford --
The revengers' tragedy / Cyril Tourneur --
The sad shepherd / Ben Jonson. The Spanish tragedy / Thomas Kyd --
Such stuff as dreams are made of / Calderon de la Barca --
Summer's last will and testament / Thomas Nashe --
Tamburlaine the great / Christopher Marlowe --
The tempest / William Shakespeare --
Three judgments at a blow / Calderon de la Barca --
Timon of Athens / William Shakespeare --
'Tis pity she's a whore / John Ford --
Titus Andronicus / William Shakespeare --
The tragedy of King Richard II / William Shakespeare --
The two gentlemen of Verona / William Shakespeare --
The two noble kinsmen / John Fletcher and William Shakespeare. The winter's tale / William Shakespeare --
The witch / Thomas Middleton --
The witch of Edmonton / William Rowley, Thomas Dekker and John Ford --
Women Beware women / Thomas Middleton --
The wonder of women or the tragedy of Sophonisba / John Marston.
Series Title: Monologue audition series.
Other Titles: One hundred great monologues from the Renaissance theatre.
Responsibility: edited by Jocelyn A. Beard.

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Selected from the Renaissance period, these selections go from monologues for women, including The alchemist and The witch of Edmonton, to monologues for men, including Catiline and Such stuff as dreams are made of.

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