Studies in Early English Drama


This series features books whose subject and approach are related to the general interest of the Records of Early English Drama - the development of the theatre in England, Scotland, Wales, and Ireland up to 1642.
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Playing a Part in History: The York Mysteries, 1951 - 2006
Playing a Part in History: The York Mysteries, 1951 - 2006
Margaret Rogerson

Playing a Part in History examines the ways in which the revival of The York Mystery Plays transformed them for twentieth- and twenty-first-century audiences.

Published Apr 2009
'Bring furth the pagants': Essays in Early English Drama presented to Alexandra F. Johnston
'Bring furth the pagants': Essays in Early English Drama presented to Alexandra F. Johnston
David Klausner, Karen S. Marsalek

Written to honour the distinguished work and career of Alexandra F. Johnston, 'Bring furth the pagants' brings together original essays in early English drama by colleagues and students of the founder and director of the Records of Early English Drama Project.

Published Feb 2007
Teaching with the Records of Early English Drama
Teaching with the Records of Early English Drama
By Elza C. Tiner

As a practical and much needed companion to the REED volumes, Teaching with the Records of Early English Drama will prove invaluable to both students and teachers of Medieval English Drama.

Published Sep 2006
REED in Review: Essays in Celebration of the First Twenty-Five Years
REED in Review: Essays in Celebration of the First Twenty-Five Years
Edited by Audrey Douglas and Sally-Beth Maclean

Thirteen essays amplifying the content of selected conference papers, and a fourteenth submitted at the editors' invitation, make up REED in Review.

Published Aug 2006
Drama, Performance, and Polity in Pre-Cromwellian Ireland
Drama, Performance, and Polity in Pre-Cromwellian Ireland
By Alan J. Fletcher

A study of the early history of drama and performance in Ireland, from the 7th century through the 16th and 17th centuries, ending on the eve of the arrival of Oliver Cromwell.

Published Mar 2000
The History of Morris Dancing, 1438-1750
The History of Morris Dancing, 1438-1750
By John Forrest

Careful, detailed, and encyclopedic, The History of Morris Dancing, 1458-1750 is an essential reference work for specialists in English drama and social historians of the period.

Published Dec 1999
Recycling the Cycle: The City of Chester and Its Whitsun Plays
Recycling the Cycle: The City of Chester and Its Whitsun Plays
By David Mills

David Mills has produced a detailed study of the city of Chester Whitsun Plays in their local, physical, social, political, cultural, and religious context.

Published Jul 1998
Dramatic Texts and Records of Britain: A Chronological Topography
Dramatic Texts and Records of Britain: A Chronological Topography
By Ian Lancashire

In 1800 entries this valuable reference work covers texts and records of dramatic activity for about 400 sites in Britain from Roman times to 1558.

Published Apr 1984