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Inside Shakespeare : essays on the Blackfriars stage

Author: Paul Menzer
Publisher: Selinsgrove : Susquehanna University Press ; Lanham, Md. : Rowman & Littlefield, 2014.
Series: The Apple-Zimmerman series in early modern culture
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: History
Named Person: William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Paul Menzer
ISBN: 1575910772 9781575910772
OCLC Number: 1114804222
Notes: Originally published: 2006.
Description: 244 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: Introduction : Shakespeare inside and out / Paul Menzer and Ralph Alan Cohen --
London's Blackfriars Playhouse and the Chamberlain's men / Andrew Gurr --
Taking part : actors and audience on the stage at Blackfriars / Tiffany Stern --
What if there wasn't a "Blackfriars repertory"? / Roslyn Knutson --
Who's in, who's out? : The knight of the burning pestle on the Blackfriars stage / Leslie Thomson --
"Beware at what hands thou receiv'st thy commodity" : The alchemist and the King's Men fleece the customers, 1610 / Melissa D. Aaron --
The Blackfriars on tour : provincial analogies / Alan Somerset --
Professional players in Stratford-on-Avon, 1587-1602 / Elza C. Tiner --
The queen's "unfledged minions" : an alternate account of the origins of Blackfriars and of the boy company phenomenon / Jeanne H. McCarthy --
The Westminister scholars' Sapientia Solomonis as royal gift offering / Michael Shapiro --
Blacking-up at the Blackfriars Theatre / Virginia Mason Vaughan --
The Blackfriars gladiators : masters of fence, playing a prize, and the Elizabethan and Stuart theatre / Ian Borden --
"What is become of Bushy? Where is Green?" : metadramatic reference to doubling actors in Richard II / Alan Armstrong --
Smelling their way to Dover : a blind director's take on Blind Gloucester / David Richman --
From willow cabin to dark house : Twelfth night and the poetics of indoor spaces / Walter W. Cannon --
Changeable taffeta : re-dressing the bears in Twelfth night / John R. Ford --
Hamlet's pockets : problems with stage directions / William Proctor Williams --
A joke and a crux in Hamlet Q2 / Albert Braunmuller --
The single performance of Hamlet that changed theater history / Barry Gaines --
A discourse on the witty partition of A midsummer night's dream / Stephen Booth.
Series Title: The Apple-Zimmerman series in early modern culture
Responsibility: edited by Paul Menzer.

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