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Front cover of the new book by Sydney Higgins Theatre in the Round: The Staging of Cornish Medieval Drama, a new illustrated analysis by SYDNEY HIGGINS is now published.

In the USA, it is available from Amazon.com for $16.93 and in the UK from Amazon.co.uk for 12.50.

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OTHER THEATRE LINKS

OTHER THEATRE LINKS

Centre for Research in Early Theatre/ Records of Early English Drama (REED) - 'All the World's a Stage': World Wide Web resources for Theatre History and Early Music
A large collection of links under the headings:

Early English Drama Mediaeval and Early Modern Theatre
Other Theatre Resources
Shakespeare
Other Theatre Resources
Play Texts
Early Music
Early Dance
Palaeography
Archives, Libraries, and Other Repositories
Journals On-Line
Local History Links
English Folk Play Research Home Page
Research about traditional folk plays, including mumming plays, is presented by the Traditional Drama Research Group affiliated with the University of Sheffield.
Internet Theatre Resources
A splendid collection (concentrating on the technical aspects of the theatre), compiled by Rhett Bryson, Professor of Drama at Furman University in South Carolina, stage-lighting expert and magician!
Performing Arts On-line
A vast collection of links covering all aspects of the performing arts. This is an archived page. The Performing Arts page is being updated.
Small-Cast One-Act Guide - Web Links
As a part of his collection of informative pages concerned with one-act plays, Lewis W. Heniford provides links to many theatre sites, including those offering 'Playwriting Resources'.
Thalia Germanica
Thalia Germanica
General collection of links (in English), concentrating on German theatre. Also available in German.
The Development of Scenic Spectacle
Prepared by Frank Mohler at the Appalachian State University, this fascinating site present illustrated material during the Renaissance and Baroque periods. The information contains a large number of short technical film, including:
Theatre - World Wide Web Resources
Useful list from the University of Kentucky.
Theatre History Sites on the WWW
A personal collection of links presented by Jerry Bangham of Alcorn State University.
Theatre studies: articles and resources
An impressive collection of theatre links, presented by Barry Russell as part of his complex of pages in the theatre and drama section of the World Wide Web Virtual Library.
The Development of Scenic Spectacle
Prepared by Frank Mohler at the Appalachian State University, this fascinating site present illustrated material during the Renaissance and Baroque periods. The information contains a large number of short technical film, including:
The Quick Guide to the Net for Theatre History and Dramaturgy Students
Robyn Quick of Towson State University has compiled a most useful selection of links including:
Theatre History     Plays and Playwrights     Contemporary Performance

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