Costumes and scripts in the Elizabethan theatres [electronic resource] /
Jean MacIntyre.
Edmonton : University of Alberta Press, c1992.
xiv, 353 p. ; 24 cm.
0888642261 (alk. paper)
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Edmonton : University of Alberta Press, c1992.
0888642261 (alk. paper)
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 343-353).
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This book examines the ways in which costumes were acquired and used in conjunction with the repertory of the principal London acting companies, mainly during the years 1594-1621.
Table of Contents
The Costumes Questionp. 1
Conventions of Costume and Costume Changep. 13
Documentsp. 49
The Relevance of the Revels Accountsp. 49
Costumes in the Henslowe Papersp. 75
The Companies of the 1590sp. 99
The Admiral's Men at the Rose and Fortunep. 99
The Lord Chamberlain's Menp. 140
Theatre for Elitesp. 205
The "Little Eyases"p. 205
The Court Masquep. 222
Royal Servantsp. 235
Prince Henry's and Queen Anne's Menp. 238
The King's Menp. 271
Conclusionp. 319
Notesp. 325
Bibliographyp. 343
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