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Volume 28, Issue 1 (Summer 2013)

Articles:

“Theatres in Amsterdam and Antwerp between 1637 and 1775: The Evolving Designs of Theatres in the Early Modern Low Countries” by Timothy De Paepe

“From Venice to Constantinople: Traveling Widows in the Context of the Greek Enlightenment” by Antonis Glytzouris

“‘I must vary shapes as often as a player': Susanna Centlivre and the Liberty of the British Stage” by Jennifer L. Airey

Theatre Reviews:

Sir Patient Fancy by Aphra Behn, directed by Rebecca Patterson, The Queen’s Company, Wild Project, New York, NY; reviewed by James Horowitz

The Rivals by Richard Brinsley Sheridan, directed by Hal Brooks, The Pearl Theatre Company, New York, NY; reviewed Srividhya Swaminathan

Coronation of Poppea by Claudio Monteverdi, directed by James Conway, English Touring Opera, Malvern Theatres, Worcestershire
Agrippina by George Frideric Handel, directed by James Conway, English Touring Opera, Malvern Theatres, Worcestershire
Jason by Francesco Cavalli, directed by Ted Huffman, English Touring Opera, Malvern Theatres, Worcestershire; reviewed by Jessica Munns

Book Reviews:

The Rival Sirens: Performance and Identity on Handel’s Operatic Stage by
Suzanne Aspden. Reviewed by Angela Escott

Coyness and Crime in Restoration Comedy: Women’s Desire, Deception, and
Agency by Peggy Thompson. Reviewed by Deborah C. Payne

Thomas Killigrew and the Seventeenth-Century English Stage edited by Philip
Major. Reviewed by Riki Miyoshi

Prologues and Epilogues of Restoration Theater: Gender and Comedy,
Performance and Print by Diana Solomon. Reviewed by Mary Vance

Volume 27, Issue 2 (Winter 2012)

Articles:

“The Performance Created by a Comma: A Cautionary Tale” by James A. Winn

“Thomas Killigrew’s Early Managerial Career: Carolean Stage Rivalry in London, 1663-1668″ by Riki Miyoshi

“‘The trust and credit of a Guinea-bawd': Circulation, Credit, and the Bodied Economy in Thomas Southerne’s Oroonoko” by Kalissa Hendrickson

Theatre Reviews:

Isaac’s Eye by Lucas Hnath, directed by Linsay Firman, Ensemble Theater Company, New York, NY; reviewed by Karen Gevirtz

Unlock’d by Sam Carner (book and lyrics) and Derek Gregor (music), directed by Marlo Hunter, Duke Theatre, Manhattan, NY; reviewed by Srividhya Swaminathan

Don Giovanni by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, directed by Kevin Newbury, Opera Colorado, Ellie Caulkins Opera House, Denver, CO; reviewed by Jennie MacDonald

Book Reviews:

The Tragedy of Tragedies: or, The Life and Death of Tom Thumb the Great by Henry Fielding, edited by Darryl Domingo, Joseph Black et al. Reviewed by Claude Rawson

Performing China. Virtue, Commerce, and Orientalism in Eighteenth-Century England, 1660-1740 by Chi-Ming Yang. Reviewed by Ros Ballaster

The Broadview Anthology of Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Comedy edited by Brian Corman. Reviewed by Gillian Manning

Richard Brinsley Sheridan: The Impresario in Political and Cultural Context edited by Jack E. DeRochi and Daniel J. Ennis. Reviewed by Simon Reade

A Race of Female Patriots: Women and Public Spirit on the British Stage, 1688-1745 by Brett D. Wilson. Reviewed by Jennifer L. Airey

Volume 27, Issue 1 (Summer 2012)

Articles:

“Rivals for the Repertory: Theatre and Novel in Georgian London” by Ros Ballaster

“Hannah Cowley, the Dilemma of the Female Playwright, and the Pseudonymous Prelude to Which Is the Man?” by Tanya M. Caldwell

“‘Banished his country, despised at home': Cavalier Politics, Banishment, and Rape in Aphra Behn’s The Rover” by Sarah Olivier

“Susanna Centlivre, Sir George Etherege, and the Invention of the Restoration Comedy of Manners, 1880-1940″ by Jason Curtis Gieger

Theatre Reviews:

The Rover by Aphra Behn, directed by Jesse Michael Mothershed at the Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Monument, Riverside Park, New York City; reviewed by Al Coppola and Jessica Paiz

The Orphan of Zhao, a new adaptation by James Fenton, directed by Gregory Doran at the Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford-upon-Avon; reviewed by Penny Richards

Book Reviews:

Backstage in the Novel: Frances Burney and the Theatre Arts, by Francesca Saggini. Reviewed by Catherine Burroughs

Re-Viewing Thomas Holcroft, 1745-1809: Essays on His Works and Life, edited by Miriam Wallace and A.A. Markley. Reviewed by Jennifer Golightly

Anna Barbauld and Eighteenth Century Visionary Poetics, by Daniel P. Watkins; Anna Letitia Barbauld: Voice of the Enlightenment, by William McCarthy. Reviewed by Nichol Weizenbeck

Shakespeare and Amateur Performance: A Cultural History, by Michael Dobson. Reviewed by Jessica Munns

Volume 26, Issues 1 and 2 (Double-Issue, Summer/Winter 2011)

Articles:

“‘The breeches are my own, henceforth I’le rant': The Widdow Ranter and Cross-Dressed Politics” by Robin Runia

“‘Nothing can come of nothing': Systems of Exchange in Tate’s King Lear” by Hilary Havens

“Bringing the Other into View: Confronting the West Indian Creole in The Conscious Lovers and The West Indian” by Jennifer Donahue

“The Question of Marital Rape in Nicholas Rowe’s Tamerlane” by Anne Greenfield

Theatre Reviews:

The London Merchant by George Lillo, directed by Peter Dobbins at the Theatre of the Church of Notre Dame; reviewed by Daniel Gustafson.

Cardenio by William Shakespeare and John Fletcher, re-imagined and directed by Gregory Doran at the Swan Theatre; reviewed by Brean S. Hammond.

The Marriage of Figaro by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Directed by David Gately at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House; reviewed by Jennie Macdonald.

Book Reviews:

Entertaining Crisis in the Atlantic Imperium, 1770-1790, by Daniel O’Quinn. Reviewed by Joseph Roach.

The Works of William Congreve, edited by D. F. McKenzie. Reviewed by Brian Corman.

“The First Actresses: Nell Gwyn to Sarah Siddons,” National Portrait Gallery,
London, curated by Gill Perry and Lucy Peltz; The First Actresses: Nell Gwyn to Sarah Siddons, by Gill Perry, Joseph Roach, and Shearer West; Thomas Betterton: The Greatest Actor of the Restoration Stage, by David Roberts. Reviewed by Jessica Munns.

Women Players in England, 1500-1660: Beyond the All-Male Stage, edited by
Pamela Allen Brown and Peter Parolin; Women on the Stage in Early Modern France, 1540-1750, by Virginia Scott. Reviewed by Penny Richards.

A Short History of Celebrity, by Fred Inglis; Fashioning Celebrity: Eighteenth-Century British Actresses and Strategies for Image Making, by Laura Engel. Reviewed by Brian Bates.

Theatre and Culture in Early Modern England, 1650-1737: From Leviathan to
Licensing Act, edited by Catie Gill. Reviewed by Al Coppola.

Moral Reform in Comedy and Culture, 1696-1747, by Aparna Gollapudi. Reviewed by Tiffany Potter.

Volume 25, Issue 2 (Winter 2010)

Articles:

“Balconies and Windows in Early Restoration Playhouses (1660-1682)” by Juan A. Prieto-Pablos

“Reconsidering David Garrick’s Florizel and Perdita” by Phillip Scott Moses

“‘In Spight of the Criticks’: Generic Complexity in Cavendish’s Convent” by Elisabeth Liebert

Theatre Reviews:

Hannah Cowley’s Bold Stroke for a Husband, Little Bear Theatre Company at the Theatre Royal, Bury St. Edmunds, directed by Pip Minnithorpe; reviewed by Angela Escott

Hannah Cowley’s The Belle’s Stratagem, Red Handed Theatre Company at Southwark Playhouse, London, directed by Jessica Swale; reviewed by Angela Escott

Book Reviews:

Adapting King Lear for the Stage by Lynne Bradley. Reviewed by Linda Bensel-Meyers.

Stuart Women Playwrights, 1613-1713 by Pilar Cuder-Dominguez; Teaching British Women Playwrights of the Restoration and Eighteenth Century England edited by Bonnie Nelson and Catherine Burroughs. Reviewed by Aleksondra Hultquist.

Of Love and War: The Political Voice in the Early Plays of Aphra Behn by Judy A. Hayden. Reviewed by Emma L.E. Rees.

Dangerous Women, Libertine Epicures, and the Rise of Sensibility, 1670-1730 by Laura Linker. Reviewed by Loring Pfeiffer.

Music and Musicians on the London Stage, 1695-1705 by Kathryn Lowerre. Reviewed by James A. Winn.

The Rival Widows, or Fair Libertine (1735) edited by Tiffany Potter. Reviewed by Aparna Gollapudi.

Pagodas in Play: China on the Eighteenth-century Italian Stage
by Adrienne Ward. Reviewed by Michael Burden.

Volume 25, Issue 1 (Summer 2010)

Articles:

“Balloon and Seraglio: Burkean Anti-Imperialism in Elizabeth Inchbald’s The Mogul Tale” by Katherine Green

“Abject, Delude, Create: The Asthetic Self-Consciousness of Early Eighteenth-Century Farce” by Tonya Howe

“Satanic Barnwell and Evian Millwood: Allusions to Paradise Lost and Lillo’s The London Merchant” by Patrick J. McGrath

“‘The shame of this pacific riegn’: Engagement with the past and domestic tragety during the 1730s” by Jem Bloomfield

Theatre Reviews:

Penny Richards & Neil Richards, “‘A Nice Derangement of Epitaphs’: The Rivals by Richard Brinsley Sheridan,” Directed by Peter Hall

Antonia Forester, “Wild Oats by John O’Keeffe at The Blackfriars Playhouse,” Directed by Jim Warren

Book Reviews:

Peter Sabor and Paul Yachnin, ed. Shakespeare and the Eighteenth Century, reviewed by Judith W. Fischer

Helen Burke, Heroic Mode and Political Crisis: The Performance of Power in the Kingdom of Ireland 1662-1692, reviewed by Patrick Tuite

Lora Geriguis, Rival Queens: Actresses, Performance, and the Eighteenth-Century British Theatre, reviewed by Filicity Nussbaum

Aparna Gollapudi, Theatrical Nation: Jews and Outlandish Englishman in Georgian Britain, reviewed by Michael Ragussis

Volume 24, Issue 2 (Winter 2009)

Articles:

“Ludere Cum Sacris: Methodism, Mimicry, and Samuel Foote’s The Minor” by Brett C. McInelly

“‘Oh The Roast Beef of England!’ An Examination of Fielding’s Theatrical Method” by Melissa Bloom Bissonette

“The Demise of Sentimental Comedy: A Case of Penitent Art?” by Christopher Brooks

“‘I Greedily Resign!’ Lucius Junius Brutus as Queer Transcultural Object” by Kristin Hunt

Notes

“First Impressions: Adapting Jane Austen’s Pride & Prejudice” by Simon Reade

Theatre Review:

“Jane Austen’s Pride & Prejudice, Adapted for the Stage” by Simon Reade, reviewed by Julia Gasper

Book Reviews:

Women, Medicine & Theatre 1500-1750: Literary Mountebanks & Performing Quacks by M. A. Katritzky, reviewed by Gillian Manning

Spectacular Flirtations by Gerry Perry and The Incomparable Hester Santlow: A Dancer-Actress on the Georgian Stage by Moira Gaff, reviewed by Jessica Munns & Penny Richards

The Basset Table by Susanna Centlivre, reviewed by Jennifer Golightly

Volume 24, Issue 1 (Summer 2009)

Articles:

“Contemporary Popular Reception of Shadwell’s A True Widow” by Peter Craft

“Nahum Tate’s The History of King Richard the Second (1681): Politics and Censorship during the Exclusion Crisis” by Leticia Álvarez-Recio

“Monarchs, Morality and English Nationalism in the Comedies of Etherege, Steele, and Sheridan” by Lora Geriguis

“‘Decencies of Behavior': Dryden and the Libertines in Marriage A-la-Mode” by Laura Linker

Theatre Reviews

Scapin by Moliere, Directed by Aaron Cromie by Doreen Alvarez Saar

Or, by Liz Duffy Adams, Directed by Wendy McLellan by Mary Ann O’Donnell

Book Reviews

Women’s Theatrical Memoirs, Part II, Volumes 6-10, Edited by Sue McPerson, Sharon M. Setzer, and Julia Swindells, reviewed by Jennie MacDonald

Women, Sociability and Theatre in Georgian London, by Gillian Russell, reviewed by Jessica Munns

Comic Print and Theatre in Early Modern Amsterdam: Gender, Childhood and the City, by Angela Vanhaelen, reviewed by Timothy De Paepe

Aphra Behn Stages the Social Scene in Restoration Theatre, by Dawn Lewcock, reviewed by Bill Blake

Volume 23, Issue 2 (Winter 2008)

Articles:

“‘Un des plus jolis Théâtres hors de l’Italie & point de spectacle': The Design and Construction of the First Proper Theatre in Antwerp” by Timothy De Paepe

“‘Seated in the Heart': Venice Preserv’d Between Pathos and Politics” by Zenón Luis-Martínez

“Whitening the Moor of Venice in Late Eighteenth-Century Performance” by Robin Runia

“The Witlings:Frances Burney’s ‘Essay on Criticism’?” by J. Karen Ray

Book Reviews:

Peter Thomson. The Cambridge Introduction to English Theatre, 1660-1900, reviewed by Jennie MacDonald

Sandro Jung. David Mallet, Anglo-Scot: Poetry, Patronage, and Politics in the Age of Union, reviewed by Jennifer Golightly

Susanne Kord. Little Detours: The Letters and Plays of Luise Gottsched, reviewed by Christine Emmert

Volume 23, Issue 1 (Summer 2008)

Articles:

“David Garrick‘s Invisible Nemeses” by John Pruitt

“Enchanting Evil: English Romantic Criticism on Edmund Kean‘s Interpretation of Richard III and Schiller‘s Theory on the Immoral Characters in Art” by Ioanna Papageorgiou

“‘Too High for Souls like Mine to Hide': Feminine Retreat and Exposure in Aphra Behn‘s The Feign’d Curtizans” by Karol Cooper

“Pathos and Politics in John Banks’ Vertue Betray’d, or Anna Bullen (1682)” by Tracey Miller-Tomlinson

“The Hobbesian Other in Congreve‘s Comedies” by Aspasia Velissariou

Book Reviews:

Michael J. Sosulski. Theater and Nation in Eighteenth-Century Germany, reviewed by Brian Bates

Vanessa Cunningham. Shakespeare and Garrick and Ian Woodfield: Opera and Drama in Eighteenth-Century London, reviewed by Christine Emmert

Richard Kroll. Restoration Drama and “The Circle of Commerce,” reviewed by Anne Greenfield

Sharon Setzer, Ed. Women’s Theatrical Memoirs, Part One, Vol. 1-5, reviewed by Jessica Munns

Jeffrey Kahan. The Cult of Kean, reviewed by Francesca Saggini

Theatre Notes:

Joanna Baillie‘s Witchcraft at the Finborough Theatre, by Deirdre Gilbert

Volume 22, Issues 1 and 2 (Double Issue, Summer/Winter 2007)

Articles:

“Thomas Otway and the Duke’s Company:  Playing for Laughter and Spectacle?” by Rafael Portillo

“’[A]ll false from the Bawd to the Babe':Female Dissimulation and Metadrama in the Comedies of Thomas Otway” by Nicole Stodard

“’The Truth disguis’d in Obscure Contraries': Otway’s ‘Message’ in Don Carlos” by María Isabel Calderón-López

“’By the fury in your eyes': The Blurred Vision of Kingship in Otway’s Don Carlos” by Lisanna Calvi

“Unhappy Families: The Family and the State in Otway, Lee, Filmer, and Dryden” by Warren Chernaik

“Rewriting Heroic Tragedy: Samuel Derrick’s Remarks on Venice Preserv’d” by Sandro Jung

“’The most valued things have most alloys': Thomas Otway’s Venice Preserv’d” by Åke Eriksson

“The Double Standard of Honesty in Venice Preserv’d” by Sarah McCollum

“Preserving Venice? Teaching Otway in the 21st Century” by Elisabeth J. Heard

Book Reviews:

David Worrall. Theatric Revolution: Drama, Censorship, and Romantic Period Subcultures 1773-1832, reviewed by Benjamin Kim

Anonymous: The Woman Turned Bully, reviewed by Jennifer Golightly

Theatre Notes:

Aphra Behn’s Oroonoko at The Duke’s Theatre for a New Audience by Mary Ann O’Donnell

Moliere’s Le Misanthrope at the Salle Richelieu, Comédie Française by Jessica Munns

Volume 21, Issue 2 (Winter 2006)

Articles:

“The Passionate Word: Temporality and Rhetoric in All for Love” by Jason Denman

“The Story of Mustapha in History and Drama, 1588-1739″ by Sarah Jayne Hitt

“’Rouse up your self, and bear you like a Man': Masculine Anxiety and the Body in Delariviere Manley’s The Royal Mischief” by Misty Krueger

“When Sultan Becomes Rapist: The Politics of Rape in Orientalist Tragedy” by Anne Greenfield

“A Gotham Election: Women and Performance Politics “by Jane Milling

Book Reviews:

Kirsten Shepherd-Barr. Science on Stage: From Doctor Faustus to Copenhagen, reviewed by Casey Rountree

Theatre Notes:

1001 at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts by David Fenerty

Restoration Comedy at the Old Globe Theatre by Cecilia J. Pang

 Interview:

A Dialogue with a Dandy by Cecilia J. Pang

Volume 21, Issue 1 (Summer 2006)

Articles:

“Actor and/or Manager?  David Garrick Off Stage” by Judith W. Fisher

“Dueling Prefaces, Pamphlets, and Prologues: Re-visioning the Political and Personal Wars of John Dryden and Thomas Shadwell” by Judith Bailey Slagle

Book Reviews:

Barbara A. Murray (ed).  Shakespeare Adaptations from the Restoration Five Plays, reviewedby Christopher J. Wheatley

Jennifer Wise and Craig S. Walker (eds). The Broadview Anthology of Drama: Plays from the Western Theatre, Volumes 1 &  2, reviewed by Simon Barker

Marta Straznicky. Privacy, Playreading and Women’s Closet Drama, 1550-1700, reviewed by Simon Barker

Misty G. Anderson. Female Playwrights and Eighteenth-Century Comedy: Negotiating Marriage on the London Stage, reviewed by Maureen Mulvihill

J. Douglas Canfield (ed.). The Broadview Anthology of Restoration & Early Eighteenth-Century Drama (Concise Edition), reviewed by Jennie MacDonald

 Theatre Notes:

The Man of Mode at the National Theatre by Gillian Manning

The Soldier’s Fortune at The Young Vic Theatre by Penny Richards

Amadeus at the Denver Center Theatre Company by Cecilia J. Pang

Volume 20, Issues 1 and 2 (Double Issue, Summer/Winter 2005)

Articles:

“Re-ordering a Formative Hierarchy:  Hannah Cowley’s Comedies of Manners” by Jack DeRochi

“Lady Randolph, The ‘Monument of Woe': Love and Loss in John Home’s Douglas” by Sandro Jung

“‘If the informing spirit be mine': Frances Anne Kemble and Theory in Rehearsal” by Catherine Burroughs

“‘But where am I?':  Coriolan by J. M. R. Lenz” by Margot Paterson

The Belle’s Stratagem:  Looking Before and After” by Murray Biggs

“That Homo-geneous Thing, an Englishman” by Deirdre Gilbert

“Orsino’s “Solemn Comedy” and Shelley’s “Tragedy” The Cenci” by Candy Schille

“The Imperial Project:  Resistance and Revolution in Hannah Cowley’s Oriental Musical Comedy” by Angela Escott

Theatre Notes:

The [very different] Barber of Seville at the Main House, Bristol Old Vic, by Jessica Munns

Review:

Joseph Donohue (ed.), The Cambridge History of British Theatre, Volume 2: 1660-1895 and John Richetti (ed.), The Cambridge History of British Literature, 1660-1780, reviewed by Jennifer Golightly 

Volume 19, Issue 2 (Winter 2004)

Articles:

“The Devolution of The Alchemist: Garrick, Gentleman, and ‘Genteel Comedy'” by Raphael Shargel

“The Actor as Archeologist: Aspects of the Dramaturgy of the Restoration Stage Rediscovered in Performance” by Joel D. Eis and Stephen Earnest

Reviews:

John A. Rice’s Empress Marie Therese and Music at the Viennese Court, reviewed by William Stafford

Silvana D’Alessio’s Contagi La Rivolta Napoletana del 1647-48: Linguaggio e Potere Politico, reviewed by Angela S.N. Polidori

Tita Chico’s Designing Women: The Dressing Room in Eighteenth-Century English Literature and Culture and Kirsten Pullen’s Actresses and Whores: On Stage and in Society, reviewed by Katie Ahearn

Katie Aughterson’s Aphra Behn: The Comedies; Annette Kreis-Schinck’s Women, Writing, and the Theater in the Early Modern Period: The Plays of Aphra Behn and Suzanne Centlivre, reviewed by Casey Rountree

Volume 19, Issue 1 (Summer 2004)

Articles:

“Seeing is Believing: Performing Reform in Colley Cibber’s Love’s Last Shift” by Aparna Gollapudi

“‘Thou’rt the man':  David Garrick, William Shakespeare, and the Masculinization of the Eighteenth-Century Stage” by Charles Conaway

“Memories Beyond the Pale:  The Eighteenth-Century Actress Between Stage and Closet” by Francesca Saggini

Theatre Notes:

The Name of the Poet Is Brandes by Margot Paterson

Reviews:

Barbara A. Murray’s Restoration Shakespeare:  Viewing the Voice, reviewed by Jean Marsden

Nancy Copeland’s Staging Gender in Behn and Centlivre:  Women’s Comedy and the Theatre, reviewed by Helen Burke

Annibel Jenkins’s I’ll Tell You What:  The Life of Elizabeth Inchbald, reviewed by Jennifer Golightly

Paul M. S. Hopkins (ed.), The Adventures of Sir Samuel Tuke:  Full Authentic Text of Tuke’s Play and Suggestions for StagingThe Adventures of Five Hours and Claude Rawson and Aaron Santesso (eds.), John Dryden (1631-1700):  His Politics, His Plays, and His Poets:  A Tercentenary Celebration Held at Yale University, reviewed by Carolyn D. Williams

Volume 18, Issue 2 (Winter 2003)

Articles:

“The Stranger Next Door:  Identity and Diversity on the Late Eighteenth-Century Stage” by Francesca Saggini

“(Re)Valuing the “Foreign Trinket”:  Sentimentalizing the Language of Economics in Steele’s Conscious Lovers” by Nicole Horejsi

Reviews:

Ina Habermann’s Staging Slander and Gender in Early Modern England, reviewed by Linda Bensel-Meyers

Christopher Wheatley and Kevin Donovan (eds.), Irish Drama of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries and Helen M. Burke’s Riotous PerformancesThe Struggle for Hegemony in the Irish Theater, 1712-1784, reviewed by Maureen E. Mulvihill

Matthew J. Kinservik’s Disciplining Satire:  The Censorship of Satiric Comedy on the Eighteenth-Century London Stage, reviewed by Chris Sweeney

Theatre Notes:

Molière’s The Misanthrope at the Denver Center Theatre Company by Jessica Munns

Volume 18, Issue 1 (Summer 2003)

Articles:

“Feminine Conduct and Violence in Mary Pix’s She-Tragedies” by Margo Collins

“Libertine Gamblers in Late Stuart Comedy” by James E. Evans

“Now, Cato:  Addison, Gender, and Cultural Occasion” by Candy B. K. Schille

Reviews:

Barbara A. Murray’s Restoration Shakespeare:  Viewing the Voice, reviewed by Katherine West Scheil

Cynthia Lowenthal’s Performing Identities on the Restoration Stage, reviewed by Patsy S. Fowler

Peter Thomson’s On Actors and Acting, reviewed by Cecilia J. Pang

Paul Hammond’s Figuring Sex Between Men from Shakespeare to Rochester, reviewed by Robert S. Sturges

The Eden Plot Reprised:  Paradise Lost at the Bristol Old Vic, reviewed by Gillian Manning

Volume 17, Issues 1 and 2 (Double Issue, Summer/Winter 2002)

Articles:

“Catholic Conspirators in English Comedy of the Glorious Revolution” by J. Douglas Canfield

“In Memoriam:  J. Douglas Canfield” by Christopher J. Wheatley

“Masaniello’s Revolt:  A ‘Remedy’ for the English Body Politic” by Silvana D’ Alessio

“The Female Libertine of Sentiment:  Elizabeth Cooper’s The Rival Widows, or Fair Libertine” by Tiffany Potter

“Love and Honour in James Thomson’s Tancred and Sigismunda (1745)” by Sandro Jung

“Removing the Romantic Rubric:  The Dramatic Sameness of Sheridan and Coleridge” by Jack DeRochi

Theatre Notes:

Attributions and Misattributions to Edward Phillips by Yvonne Noble

The Restoration Comedy Project (University of Seville) by Juan Antonio Prieto-Pablos

Reviews:

Richard W. Schoch’s Not Shakespeare:  Bardolatry and Burlesque in the Nineteenth Century, reviewed by Simon Dentith

Jeffrey N. Cox and Michael Gamer (eds.), The Broadview Anthology of Romantic Drama, reviewed by Jack DeRochi

Richard J. Dircks’s The Memoirs of Richard Cumberland:  Two Volumes in One, reviewed by Michael Burden

John Lennard and Mary Luckhurst’s The Drama Handbook:  A Guide to Reading Plays; Mick Wallis and Simon Shepherd’s Studying Plays, reviewed by W. Scott Howard

Katherine West Scheil’s The Taste of the Town:  Shakespearian Comedy and the Early Eighteenth-Century Theatre (sic), reviewed by Michael Dobson

Derek Hughes’s The Theatre of Aphra Behn, reviewed by Stephanie Hodgson Wright

Susan J. Owen’s Perspectives on Restoration Drama, reviewed by Carolyn D. Williams

Donald Burrows and Rosemary Dunhill (eds.), Music and Theatre in Handel’s World: The Family Papers of James Harris, 1732-1780, reviewed by Thomas McGeary

Claire Harmon’s Fanny Burney:  A Biography, reviewed by Barbara Mackey

Volume 16, Issue 2 (Winter 2001)

Articles:

“In Memoriam:  Douglas H. White” by Thomas Kamiski

“The Shameful Allure of Sycorax and Wowski:  Dramatic Precursors of Sartje, the Hottentot Venus” by Susan B. Iwanisziw

“Breaking the Confining Silence:  Unstable Valences and Language in Aphra Behn’s The Rover” by Cynthia Caywood and Bonnie A. Hain

“Dryden and Purcell’s King Arthur:  A Production History” by Jaime J. Weinman

“Women at Stake:  The Self-Assertive Potential of Gambling in Susanna Centlivre’s The Basset Table” by Antonella Rigamonti and Laura Favero Carraro

Reviews:

Mita Choudhury’s Interculturalism and Resistance in the London Theater, 1660-1800:  Identity, Performance, Empire, reviewedby Peter Childs

Jane Spencer’s Aphra Behn’s Afterlife, reviewed by Brian Corman

Julia Swindells’s Glorious Causes:  The Grand Theatre of Political Change, 1789-1833, reviewed by Simon Dentith

Bridget Orr’s Empire on the English Stage 1660-1714; Heidi Hutner’s Colonial Women:  Race and Culture in Stuart Drama, reviewed by Susan B. Iwanisziw

Suzanne J. Beicken (trans. and ed.), Treatise on Vocal Performance and Ornamentation by Johann Adam Hiller, reviewed by Thomas McGeary

J. Douglas Canfield’s Tricksters and Estates:  On the Ideology of Restoration Comedy and Heroes and States:  On the Ideology of Restoration Tragedy, reviewed by Helen Burke

J. Douglas Canfield (gen. ed.), Broadview Anthology of Restoration and Early Eighteenth-Century Drama, reviewed by Gillian Manning

Theatre Notes:

The Reverend Mr. James Woodforde and the Norwich Theatre by Arthur Sherbo

J.M.R. Lenz and the Baltic Exchange by Margo Paterson

The Basset Table in Performanceby Kate D. Levin

Volume 16, Issue 1 (Summer 2001)

Articles:

“Charles Coffey and John Mottley:  An Odd Couple in Grub Street” by Yvonne Noble

“Aphra Behn, Mary Pix, and the Sexual Politics of Primogeniture” by Michael Austin

“‘Steal[ing] out o’ th’ old plays’ in John Lacy’s Sauny the Scott:  OR, The Taming of the Shrew“by Pascale Aebischer

“Joanna Baillie, Passionate Anatomist:  Basil and Its Masquerade” by Dierdre Gilbert

Reviews:

Judith Bailey Slagle (ed.), The Collected Letters of Joanna Baillie, reviewed by Deirdre Giblert

Peter Duthie (ed.), Joanna Baillie’s Plays on the Passions, reviewed by Judith Bailey Slagle

Laura J. Rosenthal’s Playwrights and Plagiarists in Early Modern England; Paulina Lewes’s Authorship and Appropriation; Julie Stone Peters’s Theatre of the Book:  1480-1880, reviewed by Brian Bates

The Summer Season 2001 at the Swan Theatre, reviewed by Jessica Munns

Nicholas Fisher (ed.), That Second Bottle:  Essays on John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester, reviewed by Stephanie Hodgson-Wright

Volume 15, Issue 2 (Winter 2000)

Articles:

“Sheridan and the Legacy of His Irish Parents” by James Morwood

“A Satire on the Opening of the Haymarket Theatre” by Thomas McGeary

“Isaac Read’s Diaries and the Theatrical Scene in Eighteenth-Century England” by Arthur Sherbo (sic)

“Textual Variants and Inconsistencies in Susanna Centlivre’s The Basset-Table (1705)” by Jacqueline Pearson

“A Trip to Scarborough:  Or How ‘To Undergo a Bungling Reformation'” by Aspasia Velissariou

“Male Coquettes and Fribbling Beaux:  The Representation of Effeminate Fops on the Mid-Eighteenth Century English Stage” by Marc Martinez

“Susanna Centlivre’s The Beau’s Duel, the Masculine Ideal, and the Anti-Dueling Sentiment of the Early Eighteenth-Century Stage” by Kevin J. Gardner

Volume 15, Issue 1 (Summer 2000)

Articles:

“Spectacle in The Way of the World” by Leon Coburn and Timothy Erwin

“The Way of the Postmodern World:  Thoughts on the Staging of The Way of the World” by William J. Burling

“Music and Meaning in Congreve’s The Way of the World” by Katheryn Lowerre

Volume 14, Issue 2 (Winter 1999)

Articles:

“Beyond Bombast:  David Garrick’s Performances of Benedick and King Lear” by Jane Freeman

“Echoes of the Masque:  The Physical Aspects of Etherege’s The Man of Mode” by Todd A. Alexander

“Tactical Victory:  Dryden’s Essay of Dramatic Poesy and the Battle of Lowestoft” by Daniel J. Ennis

“‘My Eyes Pleasure to Behold Thee':  Spectatorship and the Mastery of Passion in The Fair Penitent” by Shaun M. Strohmer

Volume 14, Issue 1 (Summer 1999)

Articles:

“Reviving Aphra Behn:  The Rover in the “Restoration” Repertoire” by Nancy Copeland

“‘The Quality of Mercy’ in the Eighteenth Century; or, Kitty Clive’s Portia” by Judith Fisher

“The Subject in the House:  Aphra Behn’s The Forc’d Marriage, or the Jealous Bridegroom” by Judy A. Hayden

“Isaac Reed’s Diaries and the Theatrical Scene in Eighteenth-Century England” by Arthur Sherbo

“Friendly Fire:  The Oxymoron of Authority in Catherine Trotter’s Love at a Loss” by J. Karen Ray

Volume 13, Issue 2 (Winter 1998)

Articles:

“Goldsmith’s Honeywood and the Limits of Character Incoherence” by Richard B. Wolf

“David Garrick and the Marriage Habitus:  The Clandestine Marriage Revisited” by Katherine S. Green

“Prostitution as Class Prophylactic in George Lillo’s Adaptation of Shakespeare’s Pericles as Marina” by J. Douglas Canfield

“Nicholas Rowe’s The Tragedy of Jane Shore Gives Actresses a Hamlet of Their Own” by Amy M. Muse

Volume 13, Issue 1 (Summer 1998)

Articles:

“‘Tuneful Monsters':  The Castrati and the London Operatic Public 1667-1737″ by Xavier Cervantes

“Sexuality and Consumer Culture in Eighteenth-Century England:  “Mutual Love from Pole to Pole” in The London Merchant” by Lee Morrissey

“Restoration Theories of Confessional Theater:  Rymer, Collier, Congreve” by James Norton

“‘The Ordinary Course of Nature':  Authority in the Restoration Tempest” by John Bishop

Reviews:

Katherine M. Quinsey (ed.), Broken Boundaries:  Women and Feminism in Restoration Drama, reviewed by Cynthia Caywood and Barbara Makey

Volume 12, Issue 2 (Winter 1997)

Articles:

“The Fun Never Stops:  Young Tom Fashion’s Role in Sir John Vanbrugh’s The Relapse” by Robert Eggleston

“‘Strange Animation and Vigour':  Self-Representation in Frances Burney’s The Witlings” by Peggy Thompson

“Rape, Patriarchy, and the Libertine Ethos:  The Function of Sexual Violence in Aphra Behn’s “The Golden Age” and The Rover, Part I” by Ann Marie Stewart

“Etherege’s She Would if She Could:  Rereading the Libertines” by B.A. Kachur

“‘Stand, Sir, and Deliver Up Your Muse':  Some Observations on John Dryden’s Albumazar Prologue and the Decorum of Poetic Appropriations in the “Early Augustan Battleground” by Robert L. Mack

Theatre Notes:

A Performance of Sir John Vanbrugh’s The Provok’d Wife by the Peter Hall Company at the Old Vic, London, July 1997 by Verna A. Foster

Review:

Laurence Bartlett’s William Congreve:  An Annotated Bibliography, 1978-1994, reviewed by Timothy J. Viator

Volume 12, Issue 1 (Summer 1997)

Articles:

“A Sentimental Appeal to Reason:  The London Merchant” by Klaus Stierstorfer

“Restoration Drama in the Public Sphere:  Propaganda, the Playhouse, and Published Drama” by Dorothy Turner

“‘Downy Lawns of Fruitful Bliss':  Marriage in Colley Cibber’s Original Comedies” by Diane Harris

Reviews:

Jessica Munns’s Restoration Politics and Drama:  The Plays of Thomas Otway, reviewedby Brian Corman

Derek Hughes’s English Drama:  1660-1700, reviewedby Robert F. Bode

W.R. Owens and Lizbeth Goodman (eds.), Shakespeare, Aphra Behn and the Canon, reviewed by Verna A. Foster

Ellen Donkin’s Getting into the Act:  Women Playwrights in London 1776-1829, reviewed by Barbara Mackey

David D. Mann and Susan Garland Mann, with Camile Garnier, Women Playwrights in England, Ireland and Scotland 1660-1823, reviewed by Nancy Copeland

Volume 11, Issue 2 (Winter 1996)

Articles:

“‘The Perils of Florinda':  Aphra Behn, Rape, and the Subversion of Libertinism in The Rover, Part I” by Anthony Kaufman

“‘Setting Shakespear A-Quavering':  Characterization and Lyrics in Garrick’s Shakespearean Operas of the 1750s” by Linda R. Payne

“‘The Yielding Moment':  A Woman’s View of Amorous Females and Fallen Women” by J. Karen Ray

“Rejecting the Status Quo:  The Attempts of Mary Pix and Susanna Centlivre to Reform Society’s Patriarchal Attitudes” by Patsy S. Fowler

Review:

Curtis Price, Judith Milhous, and Robert D. Hume’s Italian Opera in Late Eighteenth-Century London, 2 vols.  Volume 1:  The King’s Theatre, Haymarket, 1778-1791, reviewed by Robert McGeary

Volume 11, Issue 1 (Summer 1996)

Articles:

“The Opera Accounts of Sir Robert Walpole” by Thomas McGeary

“The Male Masochist in Restoration Drama” by Danielle Perdue

“Mrs. Midnight, Mrs Mandrake, and the Serious Presentation of the “Drag Role” in The Twin-Rivals” by Vicky Bancroft

“Behn:  Auth-WHORE or WrITer?  Authorship and Identity in The Rover” by Danielle Bobker

“The Country Wife:  Metaphor Manifest” by Barrie Hawkins

Review:

John C. Ross (ed.), Thomas Shadwells’ Bury-Fair, a Critical Edition, reviewed by Christopher J. Wheatley

Volume 10, Issue 2 (Winter 1995)

Articles:

“Restoration Comedy in the Modern British Theatre” by Lennart Nyberg

“The Wives’ Excuse or Cuckolds Make Themselves at the Swan Theatre, Stratford-on-Avon, Summer 1994″ by Jessica Munns

“‘Alas!  I Fear I’ve Been Too Hasty!’ and Other Reconsiderations of Addison’s Cato” by Leslie Radford

“The Character of Pamela from Richardson’s Novel to Goldoni’s Comedy” by Paola Polesso

Reviews:

Pat Gill’s Interpreting Ladies:  Women, Wit, and Morality in Restoration Comedy, reviewed by Ann Straulman

Elizabeth Howe’s The First English Actresses:  Women and Drama 1660-1700, reviewed by Barbara Mackey

Philip H. Highfill, Jr., Kalman A. Burnim, and Edward A. Langhans (eds.), A Biographical Dictionary of Actors, Actresses, Musicians, Dancers, Managers and Other Stage Personnel in London 1660-1800, reviewed by Cheryl Wanko

Volume 10, Issue 1 (Summer 1995)

Articles:

“The Country Wife and Social Danger”by Derek Cohen

“The Power of Performance:  Sir George Etherege’s The Man of Mode” by Judith W. Fisher

“Aphra Behn’s The Feign’d Curtezans; or a Night’s Intrigue from Calderon’s Casa con Dos Puertas Mala Es de Guardar” by Dolors Altaba-Artal

“Gender and Nationalism in Richard Steele’s The Tender Husband” by Kevin J. Gardner

“John Duncombe and the 1782 Biographia Dramatica” by Arthur Sherbo

“Marina and the Spirit of Her Times” by Trudy Drucker

Review:

Heidi Hutner (ed.), Rereading Aphra Behn:  History, Theory, and Criticism, reviewed by Nancy Copeland

Volume 9, Issue 2 (Winter 1994)

Articles:

“Comic Fable or Dolphins in the Skies:  Understanding Eighteenth-Century Pantomime” by Brent Chesley

“Love, Chance and the Arranged Marriage:  Lady Mary Rewrites Marivaux” by Barbara Darby

“Cutting the Gordian Knot:  The Humor of Aphra Behn and Roseanne Arnold” by Cynthia L. Caywood and Bonnie A. Hain

Reviews:

Pierre Danchin (ed.), The Prologues and Epilogues of the Eighteenth Century:  A Complete Edition, the Second Part, 1721-1737, reviewedby Brian Corman

Nancy Klein Maguire’s Regicide and Restoration:  English Tragicomedy, 1660-1671, reviewed by Verna A. Foster

Christopher J. Wheatley’s Without God or Reason:  The Plays of Thomas Shadwell and Secular Ethics in the Restoration, reviewed by Stephen Cox

James L. Steffensen (ed.), The Dramatic Works of George Lillo, reviewed by William J. Burling

Volume 9, Issue 1 (Summer 1994)

Articles:

“Matthew Medbourne’s Tartuffe (1670):  A Satire on Land-Acquisition During the Interregnum” by Anne Barbeau Gardiner

“Inkle and Yarico and the Discourse of Slavery” by Joan Hamilton

“Aphra Behn’s Conflicted View of Marriage” by Sheryl Nadler

“Immorality and Debauchery:  George Meriton’s Parallel Voice to Jeremy Collier” by Larry Isitt

“‘He That Should Guard My Virtue Has Betrayed It':  The Dramatization of Rape in the Exclusion Crisis” by Susan J. Owen

Reviews:

David Thomas’s William Congreve, reviewed by Anthony Kaufman

Brian Corman’s Genre and Generic Change in English Comedy 1660-1710, reviewed by Robert F. Bode

Volume 8, Issue 2 (Winter 1993)

Articles:

“Patriarchal Politics Under Cultural Stress:  Nathaniel Lee’s Passion Plays” by Stephan P. Flores

“Apart from Etherege:  Stage Directions in The Man of Mode” by David K. Sauer

“The Auction Scene in Sheridan’s The School for Scandal” by Timothy J. Viator

“William Clerke’s Marciano and Restoration Scotland” by Richard Gale

Volume 8, Issue 1 (Summer 1993)

Articles:

“Setting the Record Straight on John Crowne” by Beth S. Neman

“‘Who…Her Own Wish Deny?':  Female Conduct and Politics in Aphra Behn’s The City Heiress” by Nancy Copeland

“‘Neither a Widow, a Maid, nor a Wife':  Miss Wooburns ‘Fault’ in Every One Has His Fault” by Karen Overbye

Reviews:

T.G.S. Cain and Ken Roberts (eds.), “Into Another Mould”:  Change and Continuity in English Culture, reviewed by Christopher A. Coulter

William J. Burling’s A Checklist of New Plays and Entertainments on the London Stage, 1770-1737, reviewed by F.M. Link

Volume 7, Issue 2 (Winter 1992)

Articles:

“Biographical Problems and Satisfactions in Susanna Centlivre” by Richard C. Frushell

“‘Your Fetter’d Muse':  The Reception of Katherine Philips’ Pompey” by Christopher J. Wheatley

“Jo. Haines as Librettist for Purcell’s Fairy Queen” by David Dyregrov

“A Performance of Comus at Badminton House in 1752″ by Michael G. Brennan

“Colonial Discourse in Richard Cumberland’s Play The West Indian:  The Relationship of the Colonizer to the Homeland” by James N. Houston, Jr.

Controversy and Commentary

Letters from Richard W. Bevis and J. Douglas Canfield

Volume 7, Issue 1 (Summer 1992)

Articles:

“‘Warbling Eunuchs':  Opera, Gender, and Sexuality on the London Stage, 1705-1742″ by Thomas McGeary

“The Two Backed Beast:  Eunuchus and Priapus in The Country Wife” by Giles Slade

“Such Wounds as Hell Can Equal:  Tragic Guilt in the Drama of George Lillo” by Robert L. Mack

“Thomas Shadwell’s Censored Comedy, The Lancashire-Witches:  An Attack on Religious Ritual or Divine Right?” by Judith B. Slagle

Volume 6, Issue 2 (Winter 1991)

Articles:

“The Triumvirate and Auroras Nuptials:  Two “Lost” Plays from the Early 18th Century” by William J. Burling

“George Lillo’s The London Merchant and Feminist Debate” by Mara H. Fein

“Kate’s Stratagem and the Naming of She Stoops to Conquer” by Oliver W. Ferguson

“Sheridan, Politics, the Navy and the Musical Allusions in the Final Scene of The Critic” by Eric S. Rump

“Selective Bibliography:  1988-1990″ by Muriel Sanderow Friedman

Reviews:

Juliet Stone Peters’s Congreve, the Drama and the Printed Word, reviewed by Brian Corman

Robert Fahrner’s The Theatre Career of Charles Dibdin the Elder, reviewed by Philip H. Highfill, Jr.

Robert Moss Markley’s Two-Edg’d Weapons:  Style and Ideology in the Comedies of Etherege, Wycherley and Congreve, reviewed by Giles Slade

Volume 6, Issue 1 (Summer 1991)

Articles:

“Dramatic Shifts:  Writing an Ideological History of Late Stuart Drama” by J. Douglas Canfield

“Gab and Garb in Restoration Comedy:  The Unfashionable Language of Clothes” by Becky McLaughlin

“‘New Matter for Our Wonder and His Praise':  Almanzor in The Conquest of Granada” by Gayle Edward Wilson

“A Bold Stroke for a Wife:  Centlivre’s Satiric Fairy Tale” by William Hull

Reviews:

Shearer West’s The Image of the Actor:  Verbal and Visual Representation in the Age of Garrick and Kemble, reviewed by Edward A. Langhans

David Roberts’s The Ladies:  Female Patronage of Restoration Drama, reviewed by Maureen E. Mulvihill

Volume 5, Issue 2 (Winter 1990)

Articles:

“The Popularity of Pantomime on the London Stage, 1720-1760″ by Paul Sawyer

“A Note on Halifax and Otway” by Jessica Munns

“Lillo’s The London Merchant and the Discourse of Criminal Biography” by Louis Markos

“Parallel Scenes in Othello and The Relapse” by Margaret D. Bauer

Reviews:

David Thomas and Arnold Hare (eds.), Theatre in Europe:  A Documentary History, Restoration and Georgian England, 1660-1788, reviewed by Harold Love

Helen Pellegrin (ed.), Thomas Shadwell’s The Libertine, A Critical Edition, reviewed by Gustav Ungerer

Volume 5, Issue 1 (Summer 1990)

Articles:

“Politics and Ethics in She Stoops to Conquer” by James E. Gill

“Dating Dryden’s Amboyna:  Allusions in the Text to 1672-1673 Politics” by Anne Barbeau Gardiner

“The Quarrel Between Sir John Vanbrugh and George Powell” by J.D. Alsop

“Checklist of Female Dramatists, 1660-1823″ by David D. Mann

Volume 4, Issue 2 (Winter 1989)

Articles:

“The Sentimentality of Garrick’s Romeo and Juliet” by Nancy Copeland

“The Defense of the Status Quo and Otway’s The Atheist” by Christopher J. Wheatley

“Colley Cibber:  A Bibliography, 1967-1987″ by Timothy J. Viator

“Selective Bibliography:  1986 and 1987″ by Muriel Sanderow Friedman

Volume 4, Issue 1 (Summer 1989)

Articles:

“‘Try Me, At Least':  The Dispensing of Justice in The Plain Dealer” by Robert F. Bode

“Rochester’s Valentinian” by Larry Carver

“The Kelly-Garrick Connection and the Politics of Theatre Journalism” by Robert R. Bataille

“Wycherley’s The Plain-Dealer and Shadwell’s A True Widow” by Vicky Bancroft

“Messink’s Moral Pantomime” by Brent Chesley

Reviews:

Jacqueline Pearson’s The Prostituted Muse:  Images of Women and Women Dramatists 1642-1737, reviewed by Jessica Munns

Harold C. Knutson’s The Triumph of Wit:  Moliere and Restoration Comedy, reviewed by Anthony Kaufman

Volume 3, Issue 2 (Winter 1988)

Articles:

“Phenomenological Psychology and Comic Form in The Plain Dealer” by Laura Morrow

“Barton and Behn’s The Rover:  Or, the Text Transpos’d” by Jessica Munns

“Goldsmith’s Political Drama:  The Good Natur’d Man, Lofty, and Bute” by Christopher K. Brooks

“Colley Cibber’s The Rival Queans:  A New Consideration” by Cheryl Wanko

“Correcting Errors Concerning Messink’s The Choice of Harlequin (1781)” by Brent Chesley

Reviews:

Edward Burns’s Restoration Comedy:  Crises of Desire and Identity, reviewed by Richard Bevis

Mollie Sands’s The Eighteenth-Century Pleasure Gardens of Marylebone 1737-1777, reviewed by Richard H. Dammers

John Downes’s Roscius Anglicanus, reviewed by Timothy J. Viator

Volume 3, Issue 1 (Summer 1988)

Articles:

“‘Ceres in Her Harvest':  The Exploded Myths of Womanhood in George Farquhar’s The Beaux’ Stratagem” by Sue L. Kimball

“‘Restoring and Preserving… Learning':  Rowe’s Ulysses, 1705″ by Richard J. Sherry

“Evidence of Collaboration in the Writing of Robert Hunter’s Androboros” by Peter A. Davis

“Theobald’s Preface to Richard II, and the Possible Closing of Lincoln’s Inn Fields in 1719″ by Timothy J. Viator

“An Index to the Theatrical Materials in the English Theatre Journals Published Between 1700 and 1750″ by David Ritchey

Volume 2, Issue 2 (Winter 1987)

Articles:

“Richard Flecknoe’s Early Defense of the Stage:  An Appeal to Cromwell” by J. Douglas Canfield

“The Significance of the 1731 Revisions to The Fall of Mortimer” by Lance Bertelsen

“The Fall of George Barnwell” by Clay Daniel

“Granville’s Jew of Venice and the Eighteenth-Century Stage” by Catherine A. Craft

Reviews:

“Harry Levin’s Playboys and Killjoys” by Anthony Kaufman

“Mary Edmond’s Rare Sir William Davenant:  Poet Laureate, Playwright, Civil War General, Restoration Theatre Manager” by Christopher Spencer

“Arthur R. Huseboe’s Sir George Etherege” by Robert F. Bode

Volume 2, Issue 1 (Summer 1987)

Articles:

“Four Casts for Early Eighteenth-Century London Operas” by William J. Burling

“The Distinction of Otway and Betterton” by Philip K. Jason

“The Alternating Styles of The Plain Dealer” by Derek Cohen

“Restoration Heroines:  Reflections of Social Change” by Yvonne Schafer

“‘Simple Art and Simple Nature':  Sarah Siddons Versus Ann Crawford” by Nancy E. Copeland

Reviews:

Harold M. Weber’s The Restoration Rake-Hero:  Transformations in Sexual Understanding in Seventeenth-Century England, reviewed by Brian Corman

J.L. Styan’s Restoration Comedy in Performance, reviewed by Verna A. Foster

Volume 1, Issue 2 (Winter 1986)

Articles:

“The Design of the High Plot in Etherege’s The Comical Revenge” by Jean Gagen

“Fielding’s Artistic Accommodations in The Author’s Farce (1730)” by Albert J. Rivero

“Female Characterizations in English Platonic Drama:  A Background for the Eighteenth Century Tragedies of Nicholas Rowe” by Richard H. Dammers

“Lillo’s Liberated Women” by Trudy Drucker

“The Original of Dr. Last in Samuel Foote’s The Devil Upon Two Sticks” by Arthur Sherbo

Volume 1, Issue 1 (Summer 1986)

Articles:

“William Popple:  Dramatist, Critic, and Diplomat” by C.R. Kropf

“Command Performances During the Reign of George II” by Louis D. Mitchell

“An Index to the Theatrical Materials in Five Eighteenth-Century American Theatre Journals” by David Ritchey

“The Afterpiece:  Origins and Early Development” by Philip K. Jason