The Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare on Stage

@inproceedings{Wells2002TheCC,
  title={The Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare on Stage},
  author={Stanley W. Wells and Sarah Morningstar Stanton},
  year={2002}
}
List of illustrations Preface 1. Shakespeare plays on Renaissance stages Gary Taylor 2. Improving Shakespeare: from the Restoration to Garrick Jean I. Marsden 3. Romantic Shakespeare Jane Moody 4. Pictorial Shakespeare Richard W. Schoch 5. Reconstructive Shakespeare: reproducing Elizabethan and Jacobean stages Marion O'Connor 6. Twentieth-century performance: the Stratford and London companies Robert Smallwood 7. The tragic actor and Shakespeare Simon Williams 8. The comic actor and Shakespeare… 
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About Nothing. Edward Gordon Craig’s preliminary sketch for the church scene in his 1903 production at the Imperial Theatre, London (Gordon Craig Estate and Bibliothèque nationale de France

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