Volume 34, Number 1, Spring 2016

Table of Contents

Reanimating Playbooks: Editing for Performance, Performance for Editing

Edited by C. K. Ash, José A. Pérez Díez, and Emma Smith

  Introduction

pp. 1-3
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Articles

  Editing for Performance or Documenting Performance?: Exploring the Relationship Between Early Modern Text and Clowning

pp. 5-27
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  “Cannot I keep that secret?”: Editing and Performing Asides in The Changeling

pp. 29-45
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  Interviews with Theatre Practitioners about Texts for Performance

pp. 47-68
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  Editing on Stage: Theatrical Research for a Critical Edition of John Fletcher and Philip Massinger’s Love’s Cure, or The Martial Maid

pp. 69-88
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  Activating Annotations, an Experiment with Proverbs

pp. 89-105
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  Beyond the Text: Digital Editions and Performance

pp. 107-127
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Performance Reviews

  Haider dir. by Vishal Bhardwaj (review)

pp. 129-132
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  King Lear by Narodowy Teatr Stary (review)

pp. 132-139
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  Richard III dir. by Joeri Vos (review)

pp. 139-143
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  Anarchy: Ride or Die dir. by Michael Almereyda (review)

pp. 144-146
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  Romeo and Juliet dir. by Mike Peebler and John Walcutt, and: Four Clowns presents Hamlet dir. by Turner Munch (review)

pp. 146-153
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  The Winter’s Tale dir. by Rob Ashford and Kenneth Branagh (review)

pp. 153-157
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  Sleep No More dir. by Felix Barrett and Maxine Doyle, and: Something Rotten! by Karey Kirpatrick and John O’Farrell (review)

pp. 157-165
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Second Looks

  Three Gentlemen of Verona

pp. 167-181
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Book Reviews

  Shakespeare’s Religious Language: A Dictionary by R. Chris Hassel, and: Shakespeare and Religion by Alison Shell, and: The Reformation of Emotions in the Age of Shakespeare by Steven Mullaney (review)

pp. 183-186
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  The Renaissance of Emotion: Understanding Affect in Shakespeare and his Contemporaries ed. by Richard Meek and Erin Sullivan (review)

pp. 187-192
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