ALLISON KAY DEUTERMANN is Associate Professor of English at Baruch College, City University of New York. She is the author of Listening for Theatrical Form in Early Modern England and the coeditor of Formal Matters: Reading the Materials of English Renaissance Literature.
PETER HOLBROOK is Professor of Shakespeare and English Renaissance literature at the University of Queensland, Australia. His publications include Shakespeare's Individualism and English Renaissance Tragedy: Ideas of Freedom.
JULIAN LAMB is Associate Professor at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. He received his PhD from Cambridge University on a Commonwealth Scholarship. He has published essays on Shakespeare, Donne, Puttenham, and Erasmus and is author of Rules of Use: Language and Instruction in Early Modern England.
REBECCA LEMON is Associate Professor of English at the University of Southern California. She is the author of Addiction and Devotion in Early Modern England; Richard III: Language and Writing; and Treason by Words: Literature, Law, and Rebellion in Shakespeare's England. She is also coeditor of The Blackwell Companion to the Bible in English Literature and an associate editor of The Encyclopedia of English Renaissance Literature.
RHODRI LEWIS teaches English and Comparative Literature at Princeton University. He has written widely on topics in early modern literary and intellectual history. His latest book is Hamlet and the Vision of Darkness. At the moment, he is at work on a short book about Christopher Marlowe, a long one about early modern satire, and an edition of Francis Bacon's early philosophical writings.
MICHELE MARRAPODI is a Full Professor of English Literature at the University of Palermo. He is General Editor of Anglo-Italian Renaissance Studies series (Routledge). His most recent books include Italian Culture in the [End Page 405] Drama of Shakespeare and His Contemporaries; Shakespeare and Renaissance Literary Theories; Shakespeare and the Italian Renaissance; and Shakespeare and the Visual Arts: The Italian Influence.
CHRISTOPHER MATUSIAK is Associate Professor of English at Ithaca College in New York where he teaches courses on Shakespeare and early modern English drama. His research on the management of the Cockpit playhouse in Drury Lane has appeared in Early Theatre and Medieval and Renaissance Drama in England, and he recently edited Robert Greene's Friar Bacon and Friar Bungay for the Queen's Men Editions series. He is currently at work on a book about the persistence of illegal theatrical performance in London during the English Civil Wars.
LUCY MUNRO is a Reader in Shakespeare and Early Modern Drama at King's College London. Her most recent publications include Archaic Style in English Literature, 1590-1674 and an edition of Dekker, Ford and Rowley's Witch of Edmonton for Arden Early Modern Drama. She is currently finishing a book about the King's Men.
MICHAEL W. SHURGOT is the author of Stages of Play: Shakespeare's Theatrical Energies in Elizabethan Performance; editor of North American Players of Shakespeare: A Book of Interviews; and coeditor, with Yu Jin Ko, of Shakespeare's Sense of Character: On the Page and From the Stage. He writes theatre reviews for Shakespeare Bulletin. [End Page 406]