Staging, Playing, Pyrotechnics and Magic: Conventions of Performance in Early English Theatre - Philip Butterworth

Staging, Playing, Pyrotechnics and Magic: Conventions of Performance in Early English Theatre

Shifting Paradigms in Early English Drama Studies

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Philip Butterworth is a leading historian of early English theatre. He has written over 40 articles and book chapters, three critically acclaimed monographs, and edited or co-edited [with Katie Normington] three further significant volumes. His careful reading of primary sources is informed by his having directed a wide range of medieval theatre texts that both pioneered and exemplified practice-as-research. He is currently working on a fourth monograph, Functions of Medieval English Stage Directions: Analysis and Catalogue. This is also to be published by Routledge.





Peter Harrop is Professor Emeritus at the University of Chester. His most recent publications are Mummers’ Plays Revisited, (2020) and The Routledge Companion to English Folk Performance [with Steve Roud], (2021). He also has a longstanding interest in the practices of early modern theatre and performance, particularly in their customary aspects.