Internet Shakespeare Editions

Advisory Board: Theater History

The following distinguished scholars and computer experts have agreed to serve on the Advisory Board, Theater History, Internet Shakespeare Editions:

Dr. Penny Gay (University of Sydney)

Penny Gay is an Associate Professor in the English Department at the University of Sydney. Her Shakespearean publications include As She Likes It: Shakespeare's Unruly Women (Routledge, 1994), William Shakespeare: As You Like It (Northcote House, 1999), an edition of The Merchant of Venice (Science Press, 1994), a chapter on "Women and Shakespearean Performance" in the Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare on Stage (eds. Wells and Stanton, 2002), a chapter in O Brave New World: Two Centuries of Shakespeare on the Australian Stage (eds. Golder and Madelaine, 2001), and articles on the performance history of The Taming of the Shrew and The Merchant of Venice. She is currently writing a new Introduction to the Cambridge Shakespeare Twelfth Night, and researching Shakespearean performance in Australia in the late twentieth century.

Dr. Ric Knowles (University of Guelph)

Ric Knowles is a Professor of Drama at the University of Guelph and at the Graduate Centre for the Study of Drama, University of Toronto. He is editor of Modern Drama, an editor of Canadian Theatre Review, and author of The Theatre of Form and the Production of Meaning. He has published on Shakespeare in performance and on Canadian drama and theatre in a variety of books and periodicals.

Dr. Ted McGee (University of Waterloo)

Ted McGee specializes in Renaissance dramatic literature. Besides Shakespeare, he regularly teaches courses on Canadian Drama and Canadian Children's Literature. His work on Renaissance entertainments has appeared in the Records of Early English Drama Newsletter, Research Opportunities in Renaissance Drama, English Literary Renaissance, Renaissance Studies, and Renaissance Drama. He is co-editor of the Records of Early English Drama: Dorset; a contributor to The Complete Works of Thomas Middleton, ed. Gary Taylor, forthcoming from OUP; an associate director of the Waterloo Conference on Elizabethan Theatre; and a member of The Board of the Stratford Festival.