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Theatre and Performance: Shakespeare

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Shakespeare and Theatres



The modern Globe Theatre, image from the New World Encyclopedia.

Following are  Amanda Mabillard's descriptions of Shakespeare theatres from her website Shakespeare Online.

Selected books on Shakespeare

Shakespeare and Victorian women  Marshall, Gail, 1965-Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2009.  Call No. PR2969 .M37 2009  

Reviews & MoreShakespeare for lawyers : a practical guide to quoting the bard Tebo, Margaret Graham. Call No.PR3028 .T43 2010  

Reviews & MoreShakespeare and music : afterlives and borrowings  Sanders, Julie. Call No. ML80.S5 S25 2007

Reviews & MoreShakespeare the thinker  Nuttall, A. D. (Anthony David, New Haven [Conn.] ; London : Yale University Press). Call  No. PR3000 .N88 2007  

Reviews & MoreTime, space, and motion in the age of Shakespeare Fletcher, Angus, 1930- Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 2007.   Call No. PR535.S33 F55 2007  

Reviews & MoreShakespeare and Elizabethan popular culture London : Arden Shakespeare, 2006. Call No. PR2952 .S435 2006  

Reviews & MoreShakespeare and the mismeasure of Renaissance man Blank, Paula, 1959- Ithaca, N.Y. : Cornell University Press, 2006. Call No. PR3069.M43 B57 2006  

 Reviews & MorePronouncing Shakespeare : the Globe experiment Crystal, David, 1941-Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2005. Call No. PR3081 .C93 2005  

Reviews & MoreDirecting Shakespeare : a scholar onstage Homan, Sidney, 1938-Athens : Ohio University Press, c2004. Call No.  PR3091 .H59 2004 


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