Bibliography of References

  • Carol Chillington Rutter: ‘Learning Thisby’s Part – or – What’s Hecuba to Him?’ (Shakespeare Bulletin, Volume 22 Number 3, 2004)
  • Kevin Quarmby: The Disguised Ruler in Shakespeare and his Contemporaries (Ashgate, 2012)
  • Carol Chillington Rutter: ‘Playing with Boys on Middleton’s Stage-and Ours’ in The Oxford Handbook of Thomas Middleton, Oxford Handbooks of Literature , 2012, edited by Gary Taylor and Trish Thomas Henley
  • Laurie Maguire and Emma Smith: ‘Time’s comic sparks’: the Dramaturgy of A Mad World My Masters and Timon of Athens  in The Oxford Handbook of Thomas Middleton, Oxford Handbooks of Literature , 2012, edited by Gary Taylor and Trish Thomas Henley
  • Akiko Kusunoki: ‘Women’ in Shakespeare’s Plays: Boy Actors and Elizabethan Popular Culture (Tokyo: Misuzu, 2012)
  • Pascale Aebischer: Screening Early Modern Drama: Beyond Shakespeare (CUP, 2012)
  • Michelle O’Callaghan: Thomas Middleton, Renaissance Dramatist (Edinburgh University Press, 2009, Revised 2012)
  • Clare Smout: ‘Profile of Edward’s Boys’ (Cahiers Elisabethains, 2011)
  • Clare Smout: Review of Antonio’s Revenge (Cahiers Elisabethains, 2011)
  • Elisabeth Dutton: Review of Westward Ho! (Cahiers Elisabethains, 2012)
  • Peter J. Smith: Review of Henry V (Cahiers Elisabethains, 2013)
  • Peter J. Smith: Review of Dido Queen of Carthage (Cahiers Elisabethains, 2014)
  • Peter J. Smith/Andy Kesson: Review of Galatea (Cahiers Elisabethains, 2014)
  • Lisa Hopkins: Review of The Lady’s Trial (Cahiers Elisabethains, 2015)
  • Janice Valls-Russell/Florence March: Review of The Woman Hater (Cahiers Elisabethains, 2016)
  • Michelle O’Callaghan: Review of A Trick to Catch the Old One (Cahiers Elisabethains, 2017)
  • Lucy Munro: Review of Summer’s Last Will and Testament (Cahiers Elisabethains, 2018)
  • Janice Valls-Russell: Review of The Woman in the Moon (Cahiers Elisabethains, 2018)
  • Maxim Nogueras: Review of The Malcontent (Cahiers Elisabethains, 2019)
  • Harry R. McCarthy: Review of The Woman Hater (Shakespeare Bulletin Vol. 34 No.4 Winter 2016)
  • Harry R. McCarthy: Review of Summer’s Last Will and Testament (Shakespeare Bulletin Vol. 36 No.2 Summer 2018)
  • Jose A. Perez Diez: Review (Early Theatre Vol. 20. No.1 (2017))
  • Lucy Muro: Beaumont400 (Early Theatre Vol. 20. No.2 (2017))
  • Eoin Price: The Future Francis Beaumont (Early Theatre Vol. 20. No.2 (2017))
  • Helen Ostovich: Introduction (Early Theatre Vol. 23. No.1 (2020))
  • Voices and Books in the English Renaissance: A New History of Reading by Jennifer Richards (OUP 2019)
  • ‘A Manifesto for Performance Research’, by Elisabeth Dutton in The Methuen Drama Handbook to Theatre History and Historiography, eds. Claire Cochrane and Joanna Robinson (London: Bloomsbury, 2019)
  • ‘Staging John Redford’s Wit and Science in 2019’ by Elisabeth Dutton and Perry Mills in Medieval English Theatre Volume 41 (2019)
  • Ecritures du désastre. Les catastrophes naturelles dans l’Angleterre de la première modernité, ed. Sophie Chiari. (Presses Universitaires Blaise Pascal, 2019)
  • Perry Mills, ‘Placing girls (or boys) on a pedestal : dealing with vertigo in the early modern boys’ companies’ Arrêt sur scène / Scene Focus – Scènes de balcon / Balcony scenes (2017) https://ircl.cnrs.fr/productions%20electroniques/arret_scene/arret_scene_focus_6_2017.htm#mills
  • Elements in Shakespeare Performance: Performing Early Modern Drama Beyond Shakespeare Edward’s Boys by Harry R. McCarthy (CUP 2020)
  • Revived with Care: John Fletcher’s Plays on the British Stage, 1885–2020 by Peter Malin (Routledge, 2020)

These books, soon to be published, all make reference to the work of Edward’s Boys

 

  • Dido Queen of Carthage, Christopher Marlowe, ed. Ruth Lunney, Revels Plays Series (Manchester University Press 2021)
  • Shakespeare Survey 74 – Shakespeare and Education, ed. Emma Smith (Cambridge University Press, 2021)
  • Reimagining Shakespeare Education: Teaching and Learning through Collaboration eds. Liam Semler, Linzy Brady, Claire Hansen, Jackie Manuel. (CUP, forthcoming 2021)