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  • Title: SQM Performance Bibliography
  • Author: Peter Cockett
  • Textual editors: Andrew Griffin, Helen Ostovich
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    SQM Performance Bibliography

    1. 1Billing, Christian M. "Rehearsing Shakespeare: Embodiment, Collaboration, Risk and Play." Shakespeare Bulletin, 30.4 (Winter 2012) 383-410.
    2. Bloom, Harold. Shakespeare: the Invention of the Human. New York: Riverhead Books, 1998.
    3. Carson, Christie and Karim-Cooper, Farim. Shakespeare's Globe: A Theatrical Experiment. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2008.
    4. Cockett, Peter. "An Experiment in Elizabethan Comedy." The Shakespeare and the Queen's Men Project. Glen Morris Studio. January 2006.
    5. Cockett, Peter."The Ghost of Dick Tarlton, Gentleman." The Queen's Men Seminar. Shakespeare Association of America. April 2009.
    6. Cockett. Peter. Incongruity, Humour and Early English Comic Figures: Arminʼs Natural Fools, the Vice, and Tarlton the Clown. University of Toronto. Unpublished dissertation, 2001.
    7. 5Cockett, Peter. "Performing Natural Folly: The Jests of Lean Leanard and the Touchstones of Robert Armin and David Tennant." New Theatre Quarterly. 22.2 (May 2006): 141-154.
    8. Cockett, Peter. "Performing the Queen's Men: A Project in Theatre Historiography." Locating the Queen's Men, 1583-1603: Material Practices and Conditions of Playing. Ed. Helen Ostovich, Holger Schott Syme, and Andrew Griffin. Ashgate: Farnham, 2009, 229-242.
    9. Cushman, Robert. "Play Descends into Skid Row." National Post. Web. Accessed online Nov 12, 2014. No pagination.
    10. Cushman, Robert. "The Difficulties of Love Times Three." National Post. Web. Accessed online Feb 11, 2015. No pagination.
    11. Dessen, Alan C. Recovering Shakespeare's Theatrical Vocabulary. Cambridge; New York: Cambridge University Press, 1995.
    12. Dessen, Alan C. Shakespeare and the Late Moral Plays. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1986.
    13. Dessen, Alan C. Elizabethan Stage Conventions and Modern Interpreters. Cambridge UP, 1984.
    14. Dessen, Alan C. "Stage Directions as Evidence: The Question of Provenance." Shakespeare: Text and Theater: Essays in Honor of Jay L. Halio. Eds. Lois Potter, Arthur F. Kinney, and Barbara Silverstein. Delaware: U of Delaware P--Associated UP, 1999. 229-247.
    15. Dessen, Alan C., and Cockett, Peter. Inside Out: The Persistence of Allegory in Renaissance Performance. Glen Morris Studio. University of Toronto. Graduate Centre for Study of Drama and Poculi Ludique Societas. February 5-7, 2010.
    16. Dessen, Alan C., and Leslie Thomson. A Dictionary of Stage Directions in English Drama, 1580-1642. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1999.
    17. 15Eccles, Mark. Shakespeare in Warwickshire. Madison: University of Wisconsin, 1961.
    18. Escolme, Bridget. Talking to the Audience: Shakespeare, Performance, Self. New York: Routledge, 2005.
    19. Greenblatt, Stephen. Renaissance Self-fashioning: From More to Shakespeare. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2005.
    20. Howard, Jean E. "Crossdressing, The Theatre, and Gender Struggle in Early Modern England." Shakespeare Quarterly 39.4 (Winter, 1988): 418-440.
    21. Kaplan, Jon. Now Magazine. Jan 25, 2006.
    22. King, Pamela. "Review of [Queen's Men] at McMaster University, 24-29 October, 2006." Early Modern Literary Studies. 13.3 (January, 2008) 20.1-10.
    23. 20Lopez, Jeremy. "A Partial Theory of Original Practice." Shakespeare Survey 61: Shakespeare, Sound, and Screen (2008): 302-317.
    24. McMillin, Scott & MacLean Sally-Beth. The Queen's Men and their Plays. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1998.
    25. Meagher, John C. Shakespeare's Shakespeare: How the Plays Were Made. New York: Continuum, 1997.
    26. Meagher, John C. Pursuing Shakespeare's Dramaturgy: Some Contexts, Resources, and Strategies in His Playmaking. London: Associated University Press, 2003.
    27. Menzer, Paul. "Afterword." Inside Shakespeare: Essays on the Blackfriars Stage. Ed. Paul Menzer. Selinsgrove: Susquehanna University Press, 2006, pp. 223-230.
    28. Palfrey, Simon and Stern, Tiffany. Shakespeare in Parts. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2007.
    29. 25Preston, Thomas. Cambyses: King of Persia. New York: AMS Press, 1970.
    30. Roberts-Smith, Jennifer. "The Red Lion and the White Horse: Inns Used by Patronized Performers in Norwich, 1583-1624." Early Theatre. 10.1 (2007): 109-144.
    31. Shakespeare, William. Hamlet. Ed. Harold Jenkins. The Arden Shakespeare. London: Routledge, 1982.
    32. Stern, Tiffany. Rehearsal from Shakespeare to Sheridan. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000.
    33. Thomson, Peter. "Richard Tarlton." Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Web. Accessed Feb 4, 2015. No pagination.
    34. 30Tucker, Patrick. Secrets of Acting Shakespeare: The Original Approach. London: Routeledge, 2001.
    35. Tucker, Patrick."The Taming of the Shrew." The Original Shakespeare Company. World Stage Festival. Toronto, Canada, April 25-7, 1996.
    36. White, Paul Whitfield. Theatre and Reformation: Protestantism, Patronage and Playing in Tudor England. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1993.
    37. Wiles, David. Shakespeare's Clown: Actor and Text in the Elizabethan Playhouse. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1987.