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(p. 726) (p. 727) Index

(p. 726) (p. 727) Index

Abel, C. F. 319
Abington, Frances 360, 534, 608, 646, 651, 654
abolitionism 634–7, 677, 678, 686, 689, 690, 696, 703
absolutism 77–8, 81, 85, 327, 640
Ackerman, Alan 448
Act of Settlement (1701) 117
Act of Union (1707) 623, 626–7
acting 166, 167, 177–91, 217–18, 445
complaints about the quality of 137, 138, 139, 161, 537–8, 664, 671
expression and gesture in 182, 184–6, 187, 218, 538
manuals of 214, 224
moral improvement and 179, 182
observation/experience and 181–3, 185, 219
size of theatres and 151–2, 166–7, 183, 185, 445
actors 166, 177–8, 293, 311, 337–8, 575, 577, 606, 660, 671, 693
as celebrities 169, 192–3, 195–6, 199, 205–6, 217, 348
as commodities 169, 192–3, 195–211
interactions between audience and 324, 325, 337–40
payment of 162–3, 166, 552, 558, 609
pictures of 193, 199, 206–7, 210, 557, 676–7, 681, 682, 684–5
politeness and 664–6
porcelain figurines of 195–211
self-fashioning and 662, 664, 666
status of 188–90
actresses 68–9, 102, 222, 373–4, 551–67, 569
as playwrights 585–6, 604–5
as theatre managers 570, 572, 574–5, 577, 579–80, 582
celebrity culture and 555, 566, 568
critical histories of 553–5, 559
enlivening plays 360, 363, 374
feminine identity and 558–9, 360, 555–9, 562, 546–5, 656
memoirs and 552–4, 555, 561, 568
morality and 553, 556–7, 558
public sphere and 555–66
represented as prostitutes 552, 555–7, 558–9, 561, 563, 566
sexual objectification and 551–5, 556, 558
wages of 558, 564, 570
Adams, Abigail 661
Adams, John 658–9
adaptations 127, 356, 425, 443, 608, 637, 654, 688
of French and German plays 105, 135, 341, 370, 380–2, 410, 416, 435, 461, 463–4, 469, 470, 520, 533, 541, 542, 602, 612–13, 616, 640, 642–5
of novels 188, 408, 411–12, 416, 421, 433–4, 435, 470, 599, 621, 631, 637, 677
of Shakespeare 66, 214–17, 220, 221, 222–7, 229–43, 323, 351, 368, 370, 377, 471, 577
Adam, Adolphe
Giselle 322, 501, 502
Adelphi Theatre (also known as the Sans Pareil) 145, 167, 185, 255, 260, 367, 410, 421, 472, 570, 574, 576, 579, 586, 591, 701
Addison, Joseph 214, 224, 371, 521, 523, 626, 629, 630
Cato 384, 388, 449, 450, 661
admission prices 14, 32, 80, 82, 85, 159, 245, 355, 357, 535, 536, 589
Adolphus, John 693
Aeschylus
Prometheus Bound 510
afterpieces 2–3, 45, 47–8, 82, 105, 135, 241, 242, 244, 255, 258, 272, 308, 355–7, 425, 602, 607, 609, 612, 614, 675
Licensing Act and 92, 101, 395
pantomimes as 390, 392, 395
Aickin, James 432
Aldeson, Amelia 519, 527
All Alive at Jersey 105
Allen, Ralph G. 273, 279
(p. 728) Algarotti, Francesco 290, 291
Althusser, Louis 526
Altick, Richard 68–9
American Civil War 710–11
American Company 657, 667
American Revolution 81, 177–8, 183, 634, 651, 654, 667, 671, 710
crisis preceding 646–51, 653–4
American theatre 257–61, 656–72, 691
aspiring to London manners and fashion 656–61, 664–6, 668–9, 670–1
audience demographics of 664, 669–70
consumerism and 658, 668–70, 671
gentility and 558–9, 660–4, 662, 663, 666, 668–9, 670
local infrastructure and 656, 660–1, 668
social mobility and 659, 664, 666–7
subscription schemes and 661, 667 see also colonial theatre
Amherst, J. H.
Battle of Waterloo, The 277
Amigoni, Jacopo 296
Anderson, Benedict 37, 145, 622
Anderson, Emily Hodgson 68, 606–7
Anderson, Misty 69, 610, 638
Andrews, Miles Peter
Enchanted Castle, The 410
Mysteries of the Castle, The 408
Ang, Ien 32
Angelo, Henry 273, 289, 296, 299, 301–2, 427
Anne, Queen 95, 120, 623
Anti-Jacobin Review and Magazine 419, 516
anti-theatrical prejudice 3, 154–5, 161, 272, 288, 294, 374–5, 448, 450–1
Arabian Nights 274, 634, 654
Aravamudan, Srinivas 681
Arbuthnot, Harriet 488–9
Argand, Aimé 302
aristocracy 107, 145–50, 348–9, 357, 483, 485, 491, 492, 494, 498–9
Aristotle 54, 213, 355, 499, 628
Armstrong, Nancy 366
Arne, Thomas 92, 306, 400
Artaxerxes 313, 538
Arnold, Benedict 662
Arnold, Matthew 28
Arnold, Samuel 143, 313, 426, 679, 690
Astley’s Amphitheatre 104, 105, 168, 255, 277, 437, 470, 519, 533
Auber, Daniel
Leicester; ou Le château de Kenilworth 433
audience 6, 31–52, 120, 165, 167, 171, 181, 218, 225–7, 314, 337–8, 354, 361, 376, 379, 425, 439, 480, 536, 558, 575–7, 599, 607, 609, 612, 614, 615, 621, 660, 664, 665, 678
agency and 12–13, 39–40, 42, 48, 50–1, 84–7, 165, 337, 338, 339
politics and 108, 116, 339, 342, 495, 514, 648, 714, 716, 717
scenography and 265–6, 277, 282, 283–4, 286, 292, 384, 592, 673
size and composition of 32, 165, 168, 169, 336, 337, 351, 532–9
social class of 13, 36, 37, 168, 347, 348, 354, 357, 358, 369, 472, 496, 669–70
unruliness of 13–14, 15, 31–2, 39, 45, 48, 85–7, 310, 138, 139, 180, 355, 450, 516
vilification of 12–14, 28, 136, 450–1, 482
Austen, Cassandra 532
Austen, Henry 535, 636
Austen, Jane 532–47, 586, 598
Emma 533, 539
Mansfield Park 450, 532, 537, 538, 539–45, 604
Northanger Abbey 534
Persuasion 535, 539, 545–6
Pride and Prejudice 535, 539
Sense and Sensibility 539
Austin, Gilbert
Chironomia 183, 502, 508
Austin, J. L. 63–4
Austin, Joseph 313
Austrian Succession, War of the 398, 631
Avery, Emmet L. 54–5
Ayscough, George Edward
Semiramis 380
Bach, J. C. 319
Bacon, John 196, 208
Baer, Marc 85
Baillie, Joanna 442, 446, 481, 585, 586, 593
Beacon, The 598
(p. 729) Constantine Paleologus 596–7
Count Basil 386, 523, 590
De Monfort 378, 386, 387, 408, 410, 414, 415, 444, 481, 496, 520, 523
Dream, The 593
Election, The 593
Enthusiasm 593
‘Introductory Discourse’ 443, 585
Martyr, The 442, 598
Match, The 593
Orra 594
Second Marriage, The 593
Tryal, The 588, 591
Witchcraft 594
Baillie, Matthew 593
Baker, H. Barton 579
Baker, Sarah 72, 572, 573, 575, 576, 577, 580
Balfe, Michael
Maid of Artois, The 439
Siege of Rochelle, The 439
ballad opera 3, 91, 101, 104, 258, 304, 306, 307, 351, 352, 355, 364, 538
ballet d’action 325–8, 331, 445, 498, 500, 506–7
Bank of England 627
Banks, John 101, 623
Albion Queens, The 623–4
Anna Bullen 623
Unhappy Favourite, The 623–4, 631
Banks, Joseph 699
Banister, Henry Charles 309, 314
Bannister, John 187, 190, 535, 693–4
Barbauld, Anna Letitia 27, 410
Barber, Francis 699
Barker, Jane
Patch-Work Screen for the Ladies 614
Barker, Robert 266
Barnard, John 109, 121
Barré, Colonel Isaac 677
Barrell, John 4, 16, 17
Barry, Anne 571, 574
Barry, Elizabeth 102, 360
Barry, James 18, 278
Barry, Spranger 51, 571
Barrymore, William
Blood-Red Knight, The 470, 471
Foulahs, The 683
Bartholomew Fair 568
Bartolozzi, Francesco 206
Barton, Anne 494
Baruth, Philip E. 561
Baugh, Christopher 287, 288
Baum, Joan Mandell 481
Bauman, Zygmunt 26–7
Bayes in Council 199
Beahan, Mrs 575
Beard, John 239
Beaumont, Cyril 326
Beaumont, Francis and John Fletcher 268
King No King, A 512, 523
Maid’s Tragedy, The 523
Philaster 523, 608
Rollo 523
Beazley, Samuel 167
Five Hours at Brighton 537
Beckett, Samuel 446
Beckford, William 273–4
Behn, Aphra 102, 365, 603
Feign’d Courtesans, The 361
Lucky Chance, The 361
Oroonoko 624, 677
Rover, The 348, 356, 359, 360
Bell, John 603, 608
Bell’s British Theatre 205, 219, 543, 603
Bellamy, George Anne 373–4, 384
Bellamy, Thomas
Benevolent Planters, The 677–8, 682
Benda, Georg 425, 431
benefit performances 38, 100, 138, 143, 310, 311, 312, 315, 535, 577, 602, 664
Benjamin, Walter 193, 211
Bennett, Susan 12, 351, 564
Bentham, Jeremy 700
Benthamism 149, 700
Bentley, Eric 54
Bentley, Richard 112–18
Bernard, John 317, 668, 671
Bernhardt, Sarah 374
Betterton, Thomas 564
History of the English Stage 182
Betty, Master William 189, 528
Bevis, Richard 123–4
Bhabha, Homi 616
Bible 213, 276, 635
(p. 730) Bickerstaff, Isaac 654
Hypocrite, The 536
Lionel and Clarissa 307
Love in a Village 306, 656
Love in the City 632, 633
Padlock, The 312, 403, 674–7
Sultan, The 540, 608, 646–51, 654
Bigari, Vittorio 296
Bill of Rights (1689) 97
Bishop, Henry 433–4
Antiquary, The 434
Battle of Bothwell Brig, The 434
Guy Mannering 433, 434
Heart of Mid-Lothian, The 434
Knights of the Cross, The 434
Knight of Snowdoun, The 434
Montrose 434
Nigel 434
Bizet, Georges
La jolie fille 433
blackface 260–1, 674, 677, 683, 691, 692
Blackstone, William 611
Blackwood’s Magazine 154, 449
Blake, William 278, 481
Blanc, Jean Bernard le 625, 629
Blasis, Carlo de 505
Blau, Herbert 359–60
Bluestockings 20, 368, 559, 588
Boaden, James 279, 377, 410, 421, 469, 613
Aurelio and Miranda 416
Fontainville Forest 281, 407, 408, 420–1
Italian, The 408
Secret Tribunal, The 410
Board of Trade and Plantations 633
Boccherini, Ester Maria 503
Boccherini, Luigi 503
body, the 34, 221, 386, 546, 590, 591, 592–3, 598, 668, 683
expressiveness of 183–4, 185, 218, 326, 327, 330, 394, 395, 399, 667, 679
of the performer 2, 180, 218, 235, 324, 399, 452, 591, 592, 662, 666,
683, 691, 720
of the other 25, 26, 673, 679, 719, 720
politeness and 324–5, 662, 666–7, 668
relationship of voice to 445–6, 591
body politic 13, 116, 593, 598, 624
Boieldieu, François-Adrien
La dame blanche 433
Boleyn, Anne 622
Bolton, Betsy 12, 19, 613, 616
Bolla, Peter de 13
Bonaparte, Napoleon 105, 142, 178, 206, 409, 414, 419, 469, 486, 505, 641
Bonocini, Giovanni 296
Booth, Barton 72, 177, 271
Booth, Junius 528–9
Booth, Michael 259, 457, 460, 471, 472, 473
Boran, Afilio A. 25
Boswell, James 665
Bottini, Luciano 507
Boucher, Jonathan 667
Boucicault, Dion
Octoroon, The 686
bourgeois drama 366, 370, 372, 375–7, 384, 464
Boulukos, George 636
Bournonville, August 331
Bowles, Carington 676
Boyce, William 92, 197
Boyle, Roger, first Earl of Orrery
Mustapha 639
Bracegirdle, Anne 102, 360
Bradford, William 670
Braham, John 163
Bransby, Astley 188
Bratton, Jacky 2, 73, 156–7, 171, 573, 599
Brecht, Bertolt 710, 720
breeches parts 186, 243, 590, 591, 608, 651
Brewer, John 12, 14, 19
British Critic 484, 491
British Library 26
Brockell, Tryphosa 572–6, 579–80
Brockett, Oscar 58–9
Brooke, Frances 77, 570, 574, 576, 577–8,
Marian 570
Rosina 570
Siege of Sinope, The 570
Brooke, Henry
Gustavus Vasa 129–32, 133, 137, 379
Brooke, James 570
Brooker, Will 48
Brooks, Peter 458, 459, 462, 464, 465–6, 470, 474
Brooks’s 148, 149
(p. 731) Brossard, Sebastien de 304
Brougham, Henry 143
Brougham, William 148
Brown, Anthony
Fatal Retirement, The 138
Brown, John
Barbarossa 42–3
Brown University 665
Brunt, John Thomas 495
Bryant, William Cullen 692
Bulkley, Mary 34
Bulwer, Henry 147, 148
Bulwer Lytton, Edward 140, 144, 145–9, 150, 151, 154, 157, 165–6, 171, 253, 440, 473
Bunn, Alfred 163, 517
Burdett, Francis 487
Burdett, William 679
Burgoyne, John
Lord of the Manor, The 307
Burke, Edmund 16, 55, 278, 280, 282, 283, 699
Philosophical Enquiry 265
Reflections on the Revolution in France 278
Burke, Helen 257
Burke, Kenneth 62
burlesque 107, 115–16, 118, 120, 169, 190, 253, 259, 289, 304, 410, 411, 500
burletta 3, 104, 105, 152–3, 159, 160–1, 162, 164, 185, 190, 229, 230, 255, 304, 356, 426, 439, 537
Burling, William 257, 258, 602
Burney, Charles 308, 311, 317, 586
Burney, Frances 211, 533, 578, 586, 599
Busy Day, A 587, 589
Cecilia 321, 325
Edwy and Elgiva 444
Evelina 355
Hubert de Vere 444
Witlings, The 588–9
Burnim, Kalman A. 579
Burrough, Axel 335, 336, 340
Burroughs, Catherine 481
Busby, Thomas 313, 317
Bushman, Richard 658
Bute, see Stuart, John632
Butler, Judith 63, 66
Butler, Samuel 572, 573, 574, 579
Byron, George Gordon Lord 3, 149, 413, 421, 455, 479–97, 586
political views of 483, 486–7, 490, 495
works: Manfred 387, 408, 412–14, 415
Marino Faliero 451, 479, 482–96
Sardanapalus 382–3
Two Foscari, The 387
Calderón, Pedro 500
Cambridge University 112–14, 116, 117, 118, 120, 158, 159
Cameron, Jenny 398, 400
Campbell, Jill 402
Campbell, John 148
Campbell, R.
London Tradesman 298, 299
Campbell, Thomas 527
Canaday, Adam 713
Canongate Theatre, Edinburgh 257, 374
Capell, Henry 216
capitalism 13, 25, 26–7, 37, 365, 589, 700
colonialism and 26, 366, 595–6, 626–8, 636–7, 685, 697
Capon, William 278–9, 300, 315
Carey, Henry
Honest Yorkshire Man, The 33
Carlson, Julie 142, 404, 519
Carlson, Marvin 231, 234
Caroline, Queen 119, 128, 180
Carroll, Charles 669
Carter, Mr. 662–3
casting 73, 74, 234, 237, 239, 240, 575, 602, 645
Castle, Terry 561, 590
Castle Theatre, Český Krumlov 340
castrati 239, 265, 295
Catholicism 75, 78, 214, 282–3, 379, 401, 596, 624, 629
Cato Street Conspiracy 484–5, 488–90, 492, 494–5
Cavendish, Margaret 456
celebrity 33, 36, 41–4, 67–8, 169, 192–3, 194, 195–6, 199, 205–6, 217, 266, 329, 348, 388, 481, 482, 645
actresses and 5, 373, 379, 555, 566, 568, 651
spouting and 47, 48–9, 50–1 see also actors
Censor, The 178
Centlivre, Susanna 334, 365, 603
Bold Stroke for a Wife, A 358, 361
Busy Body, The 351, 353, 361, 363
Wonder, The 356, 358, 365, 540
Chambers, E. K. 53
Chamfort, Sébastien-Roch Nicholas 688
character 178, 217–22, 557, 590, 663
Charke, Charlotte 561–2, 568–9, 570
Art of Management, The 568
Narrative of the Life of Mrs. Charlotte Charke 561
Charles I, King 68, 624
Charles II, King 141, 234, 552
Chartism 148
Chateauneuf, Marie 180
Chekhov, Anton 546
Cherubini, Luigi 429
Chesterfield, see Stanhope, Philip Dormer
Chetwood, William 318
Chetwynd, William 99, 129
Chichester, Frederick William 147
child performers 179–80, 180–1, 188–90, 234, 240–4
corruption and 188–9, 190
sexualization of 243, 244
Christensen, Jerome 485
Christianity 379, 381, 466, 500, 532, 597, 615, 624, 628, 629, 635, 642–3, 645, 652–4, 682
Chute, James Henry 579
Cibber, Colley 72–3, 75, 76, 86, 98, 102, 127, 178, 179, 243, 271, 607, 670
Careless Husband, The 610
Love’s Last Shift 102, 363
Papal Tyranny in the Reign of King John 75
Provoked Husband, The 351
Richard III 102
Cibber, Susannah 347, 360, 374, 552, 553, 565, 642, 671
Cibber, Theophilus 395
Dissertations on the Theatres 184
cinema 35, 67, 281, 458, 460, 467, 471
Cipriani, Giovanni Battista 286, 296, 299
circulating libraries 168, 542–3
civic humanism 17, 20
Clairmont, Claire 508, 509
Clarence, Prince William Duke of 553, 558–9
Clarke, Lady Elizabeth
Irishwoman, The 596
Clarke, William
The Elements of Dramatic Criticism 186
Clarkson, Thomas 703
class 45, 49, 92, 107, 111, 115, 150, 157, 230–1, 233, 234–5, 237, 242, 243, 349, 353, 354, 386, 485, 496, 498–9, 563, 589, 652
criminality and 107, 122
genre and 230, 235–6, 355
Gothic and 409, 417, 419–21
in prologues and epilogues 36–7, 42–6
party politics and 119–20, 122
race and 595, 698
Shakespeare and 214, 224
taste and 116, 224, 347, 700
classical drama 113, 153, 182, 294, 370, 387, 394, 443, 444, 454, 465, 499–500, 504, 512, 552
Clerici, Roberto 296
Cervantes, Miguel de 675
Clive, Kitty 51, 182, 195, 196, 197–9, 201, 360
closet drama 124, 137, 442–6
problematic definition of 442–4
women and 450, 453–5
Clowes, Butler 676
Coalition 81, 85
Cobb, James
Haunted Tower, The 410–11
Cobbett, William 490
coffeehouses 17, 18, 38–9, 50, 135, 358, 555, 587, 670
Coffey, Charles
Devil to Pay, The 351, 354–5, 538
Cohen, Francis 492
Coke, Edward 365
Coleman, Christy 708, 714, 715–20
Affairs of the Heart 715, 717
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor 3, 53, 270–1, 369, 416, 419, 449, 455, 516, 530
Biographia Literaria 413, 419
Lectures on Shakespeare 451
Colley, Linda 560
Collier, Jeremy 360
Short History of the Immorality of the English Stage 294, 353, 364–5
Collier, John Payne 161, 163, 164, 165
Collini, Stefan 22–3, 24
Collyer, Joseph 683
Colman the Elder, George 34, 79, 100, 222, 240–2, 244, 268, 289, 570, 602, 605, 607, 608, 612, 631–13, 699
Clandestine Marriage, The 537
Deuce is in Him, The 352
Election of the Managers, The 83–4
English Merchant, The 358–9, 631–2, 634
Jealous Wife, The 352
Manager in Distress, The 82
Man and Wife 269
New Brooms 83
Occasional Prelude 82
Separate Maintenance 609
Colman the Younger, George 334, 422, 525, 540, 601, 602, 607, 612, 613–14, 678, 698–700
as Examiner of Plays 147, 151, 153–4, 165, 170, 426, 602
works: Africans, The 168, 682
Blue Beard 281, 533, 654
British Loyalty 37
Heir at Law, The 541–2, 544
Inkle and Yarico 637, 682, 688–705
Iron Chest, The 294, 519
John Bull 168
New Hay at the Old Market 190
Turk and No Turk 699
Colomba, Luca Antonio 296
colonialism 244, 257, 352, 595–8, 641, 673, 677, 678, 684, 690, 699–700, 702, 713–14
capitalism and 26, 366, 595–6, 626–7, 685, 697
comedy and 595–6, 616–18
fantasy and 25–6, 232–3, 674, 679, 681, 684, 691
gender and 25, 595–8, 616–17
sentimental drama and 622–4, 625–7, 633, 635, 636, 637
tragedy and 377, 380, 596–7
women and 595–8, 636–7
colonial theatre
in America 257–61, 656–72, 691
in Barbados 662–3
in Canada 659, 661, 671
in India 677
in Jamaica 664, 677 see also American theatre
comedy 2, 5, 6, 32, 55, 83, 92, 101, 104, 113, 116, 123, 124, 135, 153, 159, 164, 167, 182, 190, 237, 254, 271, 304, 305, 347–67, 369, 370, 395, 403, 411, 412, 443, 461, 462, 480, 499, 504, 520, 538, 540, 587–90, 593, 595–6, 607, 609, 612, 646, 673
changing tastes in 347–9, 352–3, 354, 366–7
colonialism and 595–6
gender and 349, 359–63, 366, 590–1, 616
Gothic and 408–11, 414, 416–18, 421
of humours 271, 349, 351
of sentiment 347, 349, 350, 351–2, 366, 463, 541, 613, 614, 615, 616, 625
of wit 347, 349, 356, 359, 367
sexual desire and 234, 348, 349, 363, 364–6, 611
commedia dell’arte, see pantomime
commercialization of culture 18, 73–4, 79–80, 136, 139, 160, 172, 193–6, 205, 235, 237, 243–5, 300, 309, 319, 366, 468–9, 471, 474, 544, 598, 618, 673, 714–15
commodity 6, 26, 38, 79, 115, 233, 237, 243–5, 459, 469, 474, 589, 590, 673, 685, 701–5, 706, 714–15
actor as 169, 192–3, 194, 211
Common Sense 95, 126–7
Commons, House of 75, 96, 112, 119, 126, 140, 144, 147, 149, 150, 154
Comte, August 58
Condell, Henry 215
(p. 734) Congreve, William 101, 294, 356, 410
Love for Love 102, 323
Way of the World, The 102, 271, 353, 360, 361, 409
connoisseurship 193, 363, 701–2
Conti, Vincenzo 296
Continental Congress 658
Conyngham, Francis Nathaniel 160
Cook, Captain James 301, 429
Cook, William 294
Cooke, George Frederick 258
Cooke, Thomas
Mournful Nuptials, The 137
Cooke, Thomas Potter 151, 164, 167, 168
Cooper, Anthony Ashley, third Earl of Shaftesbury 523, 526, 630
Cooper, Mary 401
Cooper, Thomas Abthorpe 258
copyright 134, 153, 157, 169, 313, 480, 571, 602
coreodramma 498–513
Corman, Brian 351
Corneille 523
cosmopolitanism 358, 626, 643, 698
costume 2, 55, 73, 197, 198–200, 269, 278, 289, 299, 342, 430, 466, 512, 576, 591, 594, 597, 609, 646, 706, 710
dance and 326, 328, 501–2, 505
depictions of 197, 198–200, 207–8, 210
representations of race and 646, 676–7, 679, 691, 692, 712–13
Counsell, Colin 68
Country Correspondent 131–2
Court of Chancery 72, 74, 143–4
Covent Garden Theatre 82, 136, 164, 168, 203, 222, 234, 244, 252, 278, 281, 300, 305, 307, 309, 311, 313, 315, 374, 408, 416, 425, 433, 434, 437, 439, 444, 461, 473, 479, 481, 482, 500, 517, 518, 519, 524, 538, 570, 601, 602, 607, 608, 612, 613, 621, 647, 651, 675, 683, 688, 695
agreements between Drury Lane and 79–81, 162
company of 162, 316, 605–6
management of 72, 78, 79, 80, 83, 85, 86, 99, 100, 136, 151, 253, 518, 602, 646
patent privileges of 95, 96, 104, 141, 157, 160, 161–2, 248, 250, 255, 304, 425, 449, 521
playbills of 3, 54, 308
rebuilding/refurnishing of 93, 180, 183, 440, 445, 537
repertory at 99, 101, 105, 472
riots at 85–7, 141
scenic design at 269, 278–9, 280, 287, 289, 294, 296, 300, 437
size and layout of 151, 183, 186, 351
Cowan, Brian 559, 563
Cowell, Joseph 280
Cowley, Hannah 334, 516, 540, 546, 586, 591, 603
Albina 408
Bold Stroke for a Husband, A 590–1
Day in Turkey, A 654
Belle’s Stratagem, The 349, 352, 362–3, 587, 590, 608–9
Fate of Sparta, The 596
Town Before You, The 605
Who’s the Dupe? 592, 612
Cox, Charlotte 158, 207
Cox, Jeffrey N. 372, 462
Cradock, Joseph
Zobeide 40, 380–1
Craftsman, The 127–8
Cramer, Carl Friederich 425
Cramer, Wilhelm 311
Crawford, Thomas 571, 573
Cressolles, Louis de
Vacationes Autumnales 183
Crisafulli, Lilla Maria 512
Crisp, Samuel
Virginia 631
Critick Anticipated, The 80
Critick … A Literary Catchpenny, The 80
Cromwell, Oliver 105, 512, 685
Cronin, Richard 484
Cross, J. C.
Halloween 408
Julia of Louvain 412
cross-dressing 234, 237, 241, 242, 561, 568, 590–1, 598, 651
Crouch, Anna Maria 432
Crouch, Kimberly 554
Crow, Jim 260–1
(p. 735) Crow Street Theatre, Dublin 449, 571
Cruikshank, George 210
Cruikshank, Isaac 558
Crusades 378, 379, 382, 598, 628–9
Culloden, Battle of 398, 400, 631
Cumberland, Prince William Duke of 133, 401
Cumberland, Richard 388, 519, 520, 633
Brothers, The 37
Mysterious Husband, The 375, 384–5
West Indian, The 633–4, 661, 693
Wheel of Fortune, The 186, 541, 544
cultural difference 77, 380, 598, 623, 625–6, 630–3
cultural materialism 2, 4
cultural studies 2, 69
Cumming, Lucy 453
Curll, Edmund 182
Curran, Stuart 510
Daily Courant 640
Dance, Nathaniel 206–8
dancing 3, 39, 72, 74, 92, 214, 216, 230, 232, 253, 271, 287, 291, 304, 305, 306, 308, 321–32, 369, 425, 498–513, 527, 552, 609, 666–7, 670
in pantomime 390, 392–4, 395, 403, 425
politeness and 324–5, 666–7, 669, 670
dandyism 146, 148, 685
Darly, Matthew and Mary 677
Dartmouth, see Legge, George
Darwin, Erasmus 524
Dauberval, Jean 503
La Fille mal gardée 328, 503, 506
Davenant, William 141, 287
Law Against Lovers, The 214
Macbeth 66, 214, 216, 323
Siege of Rhodes, The 105, 639
Davidge, George 143, 150, 164, 165
Davidson, William 492, 493, 494
Davies, Thomas 44, 218, 222, 225, 291
Davis, Tracy 581, 599
debating societies 39, 446, 525
De Camp, Maria 309, 681
decline of drama 1–2, 140, 141–2, 145–6, 149, 150, 151–2, 154–5, 157, 160, 162, 163–5, 167, 168, 185, 226, 247, 253, 261, 296, 440, 459, 586
Defoe, Daniel 112
Tour of Great Britain 201
Dejaure, J. E. B. 429
Delane, Dennis 177, 621
Delphini, Carlo
Don Juan 537
Dennis, John 295–6, 371, 625, 626, 633
D’Eon, Chevalier 561
Deputy Licenser, see Examiner of Plays
deregulation of theatre 143, 148, 149, 150, 154
Derrida, Jacques 63, 66
Devonshire, Duchess of 83
Devoto, John 286
Dibdin, Charles, Sr. 189, 255, 307, 312, 313, 426, 469, 654, 675, 676
Farmer’s Wife, The 538
Seraglio, The 646, 651–4
Wives Revenged, The 35
Dibdin, Charles, Jr. 313, 469
Dibdin, Thomas John 469, 573
Boniface and Bridgetina 410
Birth-Day, The 533, 536
Of Age Tomorrow 309
Didelot, Charles-Louis 321, 327
Diderot, Denis 16, 190, 369, 448
Paradox sur le Comédien 181, 190, 326
Dimond, William 469
disease 351, 593, 598
Dixon, John 207
Dodington, George Bubb 119
Dodsley, Robert
Cleone 373
Doggett, Thomas 72, 112–13
Donizetti, Gaetano
Lucia di Lammermoor 433
Donkin, Ellen 15, 554, 585, 607
Donohue, Joseph 71
Doran, John 177
Dorset Gardens Theatre 287, 347, 348
Dorson, Richard M. 61
Douce, Francis 278
Douglass, David 657–62, 664–7, 668, 669, 671–2
Dowton, William 166–7, 536
Dramatic Literary Property Act (1833) 154, 571, 580, 582
dreams 373, 435, 446, 593, 596
Drottingholm Palace Theatre, Stockholm 340
(p. 736) Drury Lane Theatre 129, 133, 134, 138, 148, 164, 178, 179, 188, 189, 197, 200, 202, 210, 230, 234, 236, 240, 242, 243, 259, 275, 278, 307, 311, 313, 317, 318, 325, 355, 413, 434, 437, 439, 444, 445, 481, 494, 516, 518, 519, 520, 524, 529, 533, 537, 557, 580, 602, 612, 628, 640, 642, 647, 670, 671, 675, 681
agreements between Covent Garden and 80–1, 162
company of 76–7, 79, 92, 102, 130, 162, 310, 316, 323, 536, 606
fires at 149, 279, 305, 536
management of 71–2, 75, 76–7, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 85, 92, 95, 98, 99, 100, 104, 132, 148, 162, 180, 183, 216, 229, 240, 271, 312, 427, 479, 482, 518, 519, 565, 568, 586
patent privileges of 95, 96, 98, 104, 141, 157, 160, 161–2, 164, 248, 250, 255, 258, 304, 425, 449, 521
pantomime at 271, 276, 292, 391, 393, 399–400
playbills of 3, 54
rebellions of actors at 76–7, 79
rebuilding/refurnishing of 149, 167, 183, 186, 213, 279, 321, 525
repertory at 92, 99, 101, 258, 356, 472, 473, 526
riots at 45–6, 85, 325–6
scenic design at 272, 277, 278, 279, 286, 287, 294, 296, 299–300, 427
size and layout of 151, 166–7, 183, 186, 315, 337, 351, 445, 535, 670
Dryden, John 347, 356, 410
All for Love 371, 383, 523
Indian Emperor, The 624
Spanish Friar, The 351
duelling 203, 511, 610, 614, 634
Duesbury, William 196
Duncombe, Henry 147
Duncombe, Thomas Slingsby 146, 147–8, 149
Dunlap, William 258
Dunn, Daniel 426
Dunn, William 164
Dutton, Cook 249, 250–1, 252
Dramatic Censor, The 247–8, 249
Dyson, George 515
Dyson, Jeremiah 677
Earle, Peter 559
Earle, William 679
East India Company 26, 146, 631, 634, 642
economics of theatre production 2, 66, 73–4, 79, 88, 160, 162–3, 164, 230, 296, 575
Eddis, William 671
Eden, Robert 661
Edwards, Bryan 681
Edwards, George 485, 492–3
Edwin, Elizabeth 534, 536
Egan, Pierce 158
Eger, Elizabeth 18, 20, 562
Eikon Basiliké 68
Eldon, see Scott, John
elections 3, 83–4, 117, 118, 633, 646
Eley, Geoff 562
Elizabeth I, Queen 622, 623, 624
Ellis, Rex 708, 709, 711–15, 716, 720, 725
Elliston, Robert William 160, 162, 187, 189, 190, 313, 479, 480, 482, 494, 537–8
empire, see colonialism
Enabling Act (1788) 576, 582
English Civil War 94, 453
English Opera House, see Lyceum Theatre
Englishman 626
Enlightenment 6, 7, 11–30, 142, 218, 226, 278, 327, 370, 637, 638, 700
Ennis, Daniel 35
entertainment industry, see mass culture
entr’actes 2, 241, 304, 313, 325
equestrian drama 255, 259, 277, 305, 426, 533, 673
Erdman, David V. 483, 485, 488
Erickson, Amy 559
Eschbach, Achim 56
Esslin, Martin 54
Esten, Harriet 577
Etherege, George
Man of Mode, The 347, 356, 358, 359, 360, 361
Etherington, George 666
Euripides 445, 465
European Magazine 46, 273, 301, 302
Evans, Bertrand 412
Evans, Colonel De Lacy 147, 148
event, performance as 57–60
Excise Bill (1733) 109–11, 119
(p. 737) Examiner of Plays 83, 99, 147, 151, 161, 165, 170, 426, 602
Examiner, The 162, 491
execution 63, 379, 414, 422, 434, 493–5, 607, 614, 623, 683
exoticism 232–3, 234, 277, 428, 429, 430, 470, 473, 598, 629, 689
Fabian, R.
Trick for Trick 306
Fairfax, Edmund 329
farce 6, 32, 36, 76, 106, 135, 164, 169, 182, 183, 185, 188, 190, 191, 197, 229, 234–5, 241, 255, 271, 304, 308, 352, 354, 355, 356, 371, 380, 432, 480, 538, 540, 608, 647, 648, 689, 690, 700
as vehicle of critique 126–7, 134, 342, 568
audience and 38–9, 45, 47–8, 50–1
women as authors of 568, 570, 592, 602, 612–6, 654
Farinelli 296
Farquhar, George
Beaux’ Stratagem, The 199, 351, 353, 361, 362
Recruiting Officer, The 351
Farren, Elizabeth 186, 213, 606, 609, 611, 613
Farren, William 606
Farrington, Joseph 302
Fawcett, John
Fawcett, Julia H. 68
Felman, Shoshana 63
feminism 5, 22, 553–5, 556–64, 586, 598–600, 615
theatre history and 5, 551–67, 573, 580–1, 586–7, 598–600
Fenton, Lavinia 179
Fenwick, John and Eliza 519
Ferriar, John 636
Festa, Lynn 630, 636
Fétis, François-Joseph
Marie Stuart en Ecosse 433
Feuillide, Eliza de 540
Fielding, Henry 4, 38, 76, 92, 94, 98, 107, 108, 110, 114–16, 121, 134, 248, 268, 334, 398, 401, 521, 568, 628
Author’s Farce, The 114
Covent Garden Journal 38
Euridyce Hiss’d 75–6, 94, 318–19
Historical Register for the Year 1736, The 75, 77, 81, 94, 95, 114
Mock Doctor, The 356
Pasquin 38
Temple Beau, The 114
Tom Jones 398–9, 400–2
Tom Thumb 115, 540
Virgin Unmasked, The 356
Fielding, Sarah 19
Fillette-Loraux, Claude-François 429
Fisher, Clara 189
Fithian, Philip 667
Fitzball, Edward 473
Fitzpatrick, Thaddeus 85
Fleetwood, Charles 77, 79, 180, 568
Fortune Tellers, The 180
Fletcher, John, see Beaumont, Francis
Folger Shakespeare Library 54
Foot, Jessé 50
Foote, Samuel 77, 78, 165, 182, 256, 602, 605, 670
Author, The 36
Nabob, The 633
Occasional Prelude 82, 84
Forbes, John 152
Fox, Charles James 83
Franklin, Benjamin 668, 671
Fraser, Nancy 560–1
freak shows 245
Frederick, Prince of Wales 91, 132–3, 379, 628
Freeman, Lisa 347, 352, 374–5
free trade 146–7, 149, 154, 160, 172
French Revolution 21, 105, 142, 146, 149, 277, 328, 329, 341, 369, 381, 458, 459, 465–6, 472, 502, 503, 596, 604, 677, 685
as theatre 142, 466–8
Gothic and 408, 414, 419–20
Frye, Northrop 409, 622
Frye, Thomas 201–2
Gal, Susan 563
Gallic Freedom; or Vive la Liberté 105
Galt, John 442, 668
Gamer, Michael 409
(p. 738) Ganzel, Darcy 147
Gardel, Miximilien 501
Garnai, Amy 615
Garrick Club 145, 147
Garrick, David 40–1, 42–4, 167, 193, 194, 195, 202, 243, 258, 270, 274, 277, 289, 301, 351, 356–7, 364, 374, 380, 384, 501, 528, 529, 538, 564, 565, 607, 642, 644–5, 670–1, 699
acting style of 181, 182, 183–5, 206, 218, 229, 323–4, 326, 370, 388, 399, 664, 671
as celebrity 42, 47, 67, 199–211
as theatre manager 14, 40–1, 43, 45–6, 71, 73, 77–9, 84, 100, 240, 272, 286, 287, 299, 312, 325, 354, 373, 374, 399, 427, 552, 570, 577–8, 585, 642, 675
Works: Bon Ton, The 356–7
Chances, The 540
Christmas Tale, A 273, 276, 428
Clandestine Marriage, The 537
Country Girl, The 357
Fairies, The 216, 229–30, 237–40
Harlequin Invasion 404
Lethe 78, 188, 197–8
Lilliput 188–9
Lying Valet, The 354
Male Coquette, The 361
Miss in Her Teens 183, 614
Peep Behind the Curtain, A 82
Garrick in the Shades 78–9, 81–2
Garrick’s Vagary 78
Gay, John 4, 92, 94, 114, 116, 121, 179
Beggar’s Opera, The 2, 93, 101, 107, 179, 188, 248, 253, 259, 260, 266, 351, 364
Polly 124, 306
What D’Ye Call It 35
Gay, Penny 446
Genest, John 178, 180, 439, 440
Genlis, Comtesse de 613
genre 230, 232, 234–6, 351, 409, 459, 599
Gentleman, Francis 218–19, 220, 223, 226, 636
Dramatic Censor 368
George I, King 92, 640
George II, King 93, 95–6, 118, 126, 128, 299, 325, 379, 401, 628, 642
George III, King 37, 299, 300, 593, 632, 640, 648–9, 654, 704
George IV, King 425
Gherardini, Giovanni 511
Ghosh, Durba 26
ghosting 231–2, 234
ghosts 221, 271, 289, 407, 418, 472, 537, 593, 595
Giffard, Henry 95, 102, 103
Gilden, Charles 223
Gillray, James 396, 558, 704
Gilpin, William 265, 275, 280, 428
Gin Tax 94
Globe, Septimus 437
Glorious Revolution 76, 98, 117, 369, 398, 626, 639, 640, 641
Gluck, Christoph Willibald 537
Glyn, Elinor 364
Godwin, James 666–7
Godwin, William 16, 272, 278, 341, 416, 514–31, 605, 616
and moral/political function of drama 272, 514, 524
works: Abbas, King of Persia 515–16
Antonio 515, 523, 524, 528, 530
Caleb Williams 514, 515, 519, 526
Considerations on Grenville’s and Pitt’s Bill 518, 526
Enquirer, The 516, 521, 522
Enquiry Concerning Political Justice 514, 515, 517, 524, 526
Faulkner 516, 517, 524, 530
‘Note on Tragedy’ 527, 530
St. Dunstan 515, 526
St. Leon 520
Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 424, 688–9
Goffman, Erving 62–3
Golden Rump, The 95, 102, 110, 114, 126–8
Goldoni, Carlo 404, 631–2
Goldsmith, Oliver 6, 19, 55, 100–2, 171, 334, 347, 349, 350, 656
Good Natur’d Man, The 100, 609
She Stoops to Conquer 2, 57, 351, 352, 353, 361–2
Enquiry into the Present State of Learning 99–100, 102, 449
Gombrich, E. H. 280
Gonda, Caroline 19
(p. 739) Goodman’s Fields Theatre 93, 95, 99, 102, 114, 258, 315, 354, 399
Goodwin, Catherine 453
Goodwin, W. A. R. 708
Goring, Paul 666
Gothic, the 278, 279, 281–2, 375, 383, 407–23, 435–9, 594, 604
class and 409, 411, 417, 419–21
generic status of 407–15, 416–18, 420–2, 462, 470, 472, 473, 594
patriotism and 419–20, 422
religion and 408, 412–14, 415, 419
Shakespeare and 407–8, 416–17, 421
social order and 408–9, 413–14, 415, 418–21, 422
Gotter, Friederich 425
Gould, Evlyn 448
globalization 25, 26–7
Glover, Richard 627–8
Grand Tour 198, 236, 660
Grant, Charlotte 18, 20
Grant, George
Essay on the Science of Acting 190
Granville, Henry Francis 189
Graveley, Jack 715, 719, 720
Graydon, Alexander 666–7
Greenblatt, Stephen 65
green room 148, 199, 315, 535
Greenwood, Thomas 300, 429, 430
Grieve family 279–80, 437
Griffith, D. W. 471
Griffith, Elizabeth 586
Morality of Shakespeare’s Drama Illustrated, The 225
Wife in the Right, A 587, 590
Griffith, Thomas 586
Grignion, Charles 203, 206
Grimaldi, Joseph 170, 180, 392
Grosrichard, Alain 639
grotesque 21, 329, 391, 395, 436, 438, 503, 504, 506
Grove, Harriet 499
Guadagni, Gaetano 239
Gubar, Marah 243
Guest, Harriet 559
Guest, Ivor 502
Gwyn, Nell 360, 606
Habermas, Jürgen 17–18, 27, 38, 555–6, 561; see also public sphere
Haines, Henry 127–8
Haitian Revolution 15, 636, 678
Half Price Riots 85
Hall, Abel 489
Hallam, Lewis 257–8, 671
Hamilton, Alexander 519
Hamilton, William 206
Handel, G. F. 91–2, 238, 306, 307, 311, 312, 319
Rinaldo 91, 290
Tamerlano 640–2, 644, 645, 646
Hardt, Michael 25
harlequinade, see pantomime
Harlequin and the Red Dwarf 392
Harlequin Fortunatus 276
Harlequin Incendiary 398–402, 405
Harlequin Mungo 403, 404
Harlequin Shepherd 270, 271
Harper, John 95
Harris, Henry 500
Harris, Neil 714–15
Harris, Thomas 72, 79–81, 479, 519, 602, 607, 613, 646
Harrowby, see Ryder, Dudley
Hart, Charles 606
Harvey, John 269
Hasting, Warren 382, 634
Hawkesworth, John 636
Edgar and Emmeline 240–2
Haydn, Joseph 319, 506
Hayes, Philip 312
Hayman, Francis 197, 198, 203–4
Haymarket Theatre (also known as the Little Theatre) 82, 83, 169, 268, 408, 425, 519, 535, 568, 605–6, 608, 609, 612, 613, 654, 677, 678, 681, 682, 683, 685, 689, 693
management of 77–8, 83, 84, 85, 143, 151, 152, 165, 602
patent status of 141, 144, 152, 160, 165, 256, 304, 449
political satire at 76, 93, 94
repertory of 352, 612
size and layout of 151, 167, 169, 612
Hays, Mary 519
Haywood, Eliza 603
(p. 740) Hazlitt, William 55, 187–8, 270–1, 272, 347, 369, 481, 483, 520, 538
Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich 190, 422
Hemans, Felicia
Siege of Valencia, The 387, 597
Vespers of Palmero, The 597
Heminges, John 215
Henry III, King 628
Henry, Patrick 652
Herbert, Henrietta 239
Herbert, Henry John George, Viscount Porchester
Don Pedro, King of Castile 148
Herder, J. G. 424, 431
Herodotus 514
heroic plays 107, 622, 639, 646
Herrman, Claudine 611
Heylyn, Edward 201
Hiffernan, Paul
Dramatic Genius 185–6
high versus low culture 156–7, 171, 229–30, 235, 260, 355, 356; see also popular, the notion of
Highfill, Philip H. 579
Highmore, Joseph 95
Hill, Aaron 180–2, 185, 368, 627
Essay on the Art of Acting 182
Zara 370, 374, 380, 381, 629, 642–5
Hill, John 184, 185
The Actor 184, 291
Hinkle, Gerard 57–8
Hippisley, John 103, 347, 358
hippodrama (aquatic theatre) 277, 305, 433, 255
Hirsch, Paul 35
Historic Williamsburg 661, 706–25
historical re-enactment 710–20
Hnatko, Eugene 226
Hoadly, Benjamin
Suspicious Husband, The 349, 356, 362, 364–5, 609
Hobbes, Thomas 348, 366
Hobhouse, John Cam 486–90, 492, 494, 495–6
Hobsbaum, Philip 226
Hogarth, William 171, 200, 202–3, 205, 206–7, 395
satires of pantomime by 271–2, 294, 390
Hogg, Thomas Jefferson 509
Hoggart, Richard 23–4
Holcroft, Thomas 334, 341, 352, 469, 519, 520, 525, 527, 601, 605, 612, 616
Duplicity 608
He’s Much to Blame 342
Tale of Mystery, A 422, 461, 463–4
Holland, Henry 183
Holland, Norman 348, 359
Home, John 521
Douglas 189, 374–5, 381, 407, 528, 540, 541, 544, 631
Homony Club of Annapolis 668
Hone, William 490
Hook, Theodore 469
Hoole, John
Timanthes 34
Hopkins, William 315, 428
Horace 348, 514
hospitality 642–5, 646, 647–9, 651–2
Howard, John 352, 604, 634
Howard, Stephen 560
Hudson, Thomas 211
Hulme, Peter 702
Hume, David 55, 375, 514, 630
‘Of Luxury’ 20
‘Of Tragedy’ 371, 376
Hume, Robert 55, 349, 353
Hunt, Henry 483, 487, 495
Hunt, Leigh 187
Hunt, Margaret 559
Hunter, John 593
Huntington Library 54, 124, 396
Hutcheson, Francis 630
Huxtable, Ada Louise 706
Ibsen, Henrik 377
illegitimate drama 3, 142, 152, 154, 156, 164, 187, 249, 230, 250, 260, 426, 462, 599, 701
at the patent playhouses 253, 257
Licensing Act and 254–6
political content of 165, 170
provincial theatre and 257–9
relation of legitimate drama to 160–1, 260, 261
social unrest and 156, 252
(p. 741) improvisation 187
Inchbald, Elizabeth 6, 334, 341, 367, 519, 527, 541, 585, 599, 601–18, 623
as actress 604–5, 607–8, 609
censorship and 106, 341, 618
opinion of audience of 12–13, 450
Works: All on a Summer’s Day 601
Animal Magnetism 341, 342, 607
Appearance is Against Them 609
Case of Conscience, A 604
Child of Nature, The 593, 607, 613
Egyptian Boy, The 598
Everyone Has His Fault 352, 601, 604, 606, 609, 614, 615
I’ll Tell You What 588, 603, 606, 609, 610, 613, 614
Lovers’ Vows 450, 532, 539, 540–2, 593, 604, 606, 613
Married Man, The 602
Massacre, The 341–2, 596, 604
Midnight Hour, The 601, 613
Mogul Tale, The 602, 607, 609, 613, 614, 617, 654
Nature and Art 603
Next Door Neighbours 589–90, 602, 610–11
Remarks for The British Theatre 450–1, 541, 544, 603, 610, 614, 615, 617
Simple Story, A 603
Such Things Are 352, 596, 604, 606, 607, 614, 615, 617, 634–5, 654
To Marry or Not to Marry 592–3, 603, 614
Wedding Day 603–4, 606
Widow’s Vow, The 591, 606, 609, 614, 615
Wise Man of the East, The 605, 613
Wives as They Were 341, 596, 604, 606, 610, 611, 614, 615, 617
Young Men and Old Women 602
India 5, 78, 359, 382, 595–6, 624, 625, 627–8, 633, 634, 642
industrialization 150, 211, 468–9, 588–9
Ings, James 484, 491, 494
Institution of the Garter, The 269
instrumentalists 309–12, 316–17
interdisciplinarity 11, 459
Iredell, James 670, 671
Ireland 81, 300, 596, 624
Irishness 37, 51, 224, 626, 633
Irish stage 191, 257, 267, 571
Irving, Henry 169
Islam, representations of 379, 381, 597, 629, 638–54
conversion scenes and 645, 650, 653, 654
historical record and 639–40, 646, 654 see also Ottoman empire, representations of
Islamophobia 646, 652
Izard, Ralph 658
Jackson, Esther Merle 226
Jackson, John 571, 576
Jacob, Hildebrand 138
Jacobite Rebellion (1745) 94, 398–402, 624, 631–2
James I, King 158
James II, King 76, 86
Jameson, Fredric 617
Jansen, William H. 61
Jefferson, Thomas 707, 719
Jelfe, Mary 245
Jenkins, Annibel 610
Jenkins’ Ear, War of 631
Jenkins, Henry 48
Jephson, Robert
Count of Narbonne, The 378, 385, 408
Jerrold, Douglas 150, 153, 160, 164–5, 334
Black Ey’d Susan 153, 169, 337, 339–40, 342, 426
Rent Day, The 153
Jewett, William 455
Johnson, Joseph 16
Johnson, Odai 257, 258
Johnson, Samuel 14, 84, 100, 159, 217, 219, 223–4, 225, 226, 353, 355, 369, 373, 521, 665, 699
Lives of the Poets 16
Vindication of the Licensers of the Stage 130–1
Johnston, Henry Erskine 528
Johnstone, John Henry 695
Joli, Antonio 296
Jones, Inigo 295, 299
Jones, John Paul 664
Jones, Richard ‘Gentleman’ 163
Jones, Thomas 207
(p. 742) Jonson, Ben 78, 101, 102, 137–8, 178, 271, 295, 351
Alchemist, The 178, 184, 324
Every Man in His Humour 188
Jordan, Dorothy 186–7, 538, 553, 558–9, 563–4, 606, 646
Judaism 379, 638
Kändler, Johann Joachim 194
Kant, Marion 325
Kaplan, E. Ann 468
Kean, Charles 169
Kean, Edmund 151, 158, 162, 166, 170, 177, 187, 194, 207, 208–11, 369, 408, 413, 481, 496, 529–30, 534, 537, 538, 564
Keats, John 481
Kelly, Fanny 691
Kelly, Joan 564, 565
Kelly, John
Levee, The 134
Kelly, Michael 307, 309, 429, 432
Nourjahad 538
Kelsall, Malcolm 484
Kemble, Charles 151, 161, 164, 166, 168, 278, 681
Kemble, Elizabeth 571–2, 577, 581, 677
Kemble, Fanny 447, 609
Kemble, John Phillip 152, 186, 193, 208–11, 369, 444, 481, 520, 521, 523, 544, 604
acting style of 177, 186, 210
as theatre manager 14, 72, 86, 278–9, 300, 525
works: Lodoiska 429–32
Kemble, Stephen 315, 571–2, 577, 581, 677
Kennedy, Catriona 21
Kennedy, Dennis 226
Kenney, James 469, 519–20
Kenny, Shirley Strum 351
Kenrich, William 184
Kerber, Linda 562–3
Kielmansegge, Count Frederick 315
Kilby, Elizabeth 180
Killigrew, Thomas 141, 287
Kind, Friedrich 436
King, James 426
King, Thomas 167, 293, 534
King’s Theatre, Haymarket 91, 93, 279, 295–6, 299, 304, 310, 323, 325, 329, 425, 426, 439–40, 500
management of 77, 570, 574, 576, 577
Kinnaird, Douglas 487
Kinservik, Matthew 172, 254–5
Kircher, Athanasius 282
Klein, Lawrence E. 560
Knight, Galley 147, 148
Knolles, Richard 639
Knowles, Sheridan 473
Knox, Vicesmus 295
Kotzebue, August von 105, 262, 367, 369, 419, 422, 450, 463
Birth-Day, The 533, 536
Das Kind der Liebe 542
Menschenhass und Reue 541
Kreutzer, Rudolphe 429, 430
Kruger, Loren 142
Lacy, James 78
Lacy, Thomas 200
Lamb, Charles 55, 186–7, 272, 347, 354, 449, 481, 482, 516
John Woodvil 523
Mr. H 479–80, 482
‘On the Artificial Comedy of the Last Century’ 187, 366
‘On the Tragedies of Shakespeare’ 451–3
Lamb, George 147, 148
Lambert, George 269
Landes, Joan 556
Langhams, Edward A. 579
Laplanche, Jean 35
Larpent, Anna 309
Larpent, John 396, 605
La Scala 504, 505, 508, 510
Latter, Mary 442
Lauretis, Teresa de 35
Lawrence, David Haldane 310
Lawrence, Thomas 210
Lee, John 586
Country Girl, The 356
Lee, Nathaniel
Caesar Borgia 407
Rival Queens, The 269, 382–3
(p. 743) Lee, Sophia 586
Almeyda 594–5
Le Fevre, Joseph 308
Legge, George, third Earl of Dartmouth 160
legitimate drama 167, 230, 251–3, 260, 261, 473, 636
cultural logic of 143, 154–5, 247–51
definitions of 149, 152–3, 160, 164, 249, 253–4 see also illegitimate drama
Leicester Square 266
leisure 589–90
Lennox, Charlotte 369
Lennox, Lady William 163
Lessing, Gotthold Ephraim 369
Lesueur, Jena
Ossian, ou, Les Bardes 433
Leveridge, Richard 229, 323
Pyramus and Thisbe 229, 234–6, 237, 242
Lewis, Estelle 453
Lewis, Matthew Gregory 309, 416–18, 419–20,
Adelgitha 416
Adelmorn the Outlaw 416
Alfonso 416
Captive, The 416, 421
Castle Spectre, The 189, 281, 407–8, 416–18, 421, 422
Monk, The 416
Rugantino 416
Timour of the Tartar 416, 421, 654
Wood Daemon 416
Venomi 412, 416, 420
Lewis, William 606
Lhamon, W. T. 260
libel 95, 125, 127, 396
liberal humanism 13, 25
licensing 94, 103–5, 113, 159, 164, 256, 576, 577; see also Licensing Act
Licensing Act (1737) 4, 76, 91–122, 158, 160, 185, 230, 248, 369, 379, 396, 449, 455, 628
as encouraging self-censorship 132, 135–6, 139
as laying groundwork for press censorship 125–8, 138–9
as policing aesthetic standards 130, 133
Chesterfield’s speech in opposition to 110–12, 125–8, 138
evolution of acting style and 185, 190
legacy of 99–102, 106, 109, 122, 185, 248, 254–6
legitimate/illegitimate distinction and 251, 253–5, 462
modification and repeal of 104–5, 106
oppositional political culture and 121–2
plays partially censored as result of 39, 83, 134–5
plays suppressed as result of 129–34, 379, 628
political context prior to 109–14, 116, 121
provincial theatre and 102–4
provisions and workings of 96–7, 134–5
theatre managers and 76, 97, 98, 99–100, 569, 580–2
women and 565, 569, 580–2
written defences of 130–2
Lichtenberg, George Christopher 323
Liesenfeld, Vincent J. 125, 126, 248
lighting 55, 195, 266, 270, 273, 284, 286, 301, 302, 321, 335–6, 427, 428, 472, 502, 683; see also scenography
Ligon, Richard 701
Lillo, George 627–8
Fatal Curiosity 627–8, 637
London Merchant, The 46–7, 338–9, 375, 662–3
Lincoln’s Inn Fields Theatre 92, 93, 95, 107, 188, 234, 248, 253, 266, 269, 287, 351, 353, 358, 364, 568, 627, 640
pantomime at 92, 178–80, 292–3, 391–2, 395
Lippincott, H.F. 226
liquor 113
Liston, John 162, 163, 691
Little Theatre, Haymarket, see Haymarket Theatre
Livy 522
Lobe, J. C. 437
Lockman, John
Yarico 688
London Review 46
(p. 744) Lords, House of 96, 111, 125–6, 140, 154, 161
Lott, Anna 616
Louis XIV, King 322, 327, 640
Loutherbourg, Philippe Jacques de 272–7, 280, 284, 287, 290, 292, 299–302, 427–9, 430
Christmas Tale, A 273, 276, 428
Wonders of Derbyshire, The 275–6, 300, 427–8
Louverture, Toussaint 678
Lowndes, Thomas
Theatrical Manager, The 78
Lucan, Jacques 34
Lucian 393–4
Luckhurst, Mary 192
Luddism 490
Lumley, Lady Jane 455
Lyceum Theatre (also known as English Opera House) 143, 167, 169, 170, 270, 321, 392, 426, 435, 437, 439–40, 472, 536–7, 593
Lynch, James 54
Lynch, Thomas, Jr. 658
McArdell, James 197, 198, 204
McConachie, Bruce 58–60, 64, 65
macaronis 677
Macartney, Margaret 671
Mackenzie, Henry
Prince of Tunis, The 380, 381–2
Macklin, Charles 68, 188, 220–1
Covent Garden Theatre, The 38–9, 45
Macklin, Maria 577
Macready, Sarah 579
Macready, William Charles 148, 151, 158, 160, 161, 162, 167, 168, 579
madness 186, 219, 221, 594–5
Magdalen House 19
Magna Carta 86
Mallet, David
Alfred 277
Mustapha 379
Malone, Edmond 385
Man in the Moon, or Harlequin’s Dog Star 270
Managers, The 79
Mandeville, Bernard 20
Manigault, Peter 658
Mann, Horace 239
Mansong, Jack 678–82, 684–6
manuscript circulation 222, 454, 605
Manvell, Roger 603
Marinis, Marco de 56
Markley, Robert 349
Marlowe, Christopher
Doctor Faustus 418
Marriage Act (1754) 239
Marsen, Jules 457, 464
Mary, Queen of Scots 622–3
Marylebone Gardens 92
Mash, Thomas Bancott 152
Mason, William
Caractacus 449
masque 229, 234–6, 237, 238, 242, 244, 272, 277, 287, 295, 512
masquerade 323, 357, 561, 590, 609
mass culture 245, 390, 405, 458–9, 468–9, 474, 603
Master of the Revels 94, 99
Mate, Charles 577
material culture 661, 701, 717
Mathews, Charles 151, 152, 163, 165, 259, 536
Mathews, Charles, Jr. 576
Matthews, Brander 53
Maturin, Charles Robert 387
Bertram 408, 413–15, 419, 421
Melmouth the Wanderer 413
Maus, Katharine Eisaman 553
Mayer, David 170, 269
media convergence 38
medicine 591–5, 598
Medina, Maria 503
Mein, John 670
melodrama 164, 166, 169, 185, 191, 255, 277, 339, 352, 369, 372, 389, 422, 425, 426, 431, 435, 437, 439, 457–75, 525, 591, 594–5, 616
formal structure of 422, 461, 467
French Revolution and 441, 465–8
gender and 458, 460, 591
Gothic and 409, 416, 421–2, 462, 470, 472, 473, 594
licensing of 104, 164–5, 185
modernity and 6, 458–9, 460, 468–9, 474
villains of 211, 367, 462, 686
Melton, James Von Horn 12, 16
mercantilism 79, 348, 376, 383, 596, 624, 634, 668–9, 697
colonialism and 626–8, 636–7 see also capitalism
Mercier, Louis-Sébastien 462, 466
Jean Hennuyer 341
Merry Conceited Humors of Bottom the Weaver, The 233–4
mesmerism 593
Methodism 69, 638
Meyerbeer, Giacomo 426
Michelangelo 522
middle class 13, 22, 92, 140, 190, 150, 157, 168, 348
values of 140–1, 151, 157, 349–50, 364, 365
Middleton, Arthur 658
Milhous, Judith 31, 55, 353
Mill, James 700
Mill, John Stuart 700
Miller, James 139
Art and Nature 138
Coffee-House, The 135, 136
Hospital of Fools 134–5
Mills, Sara 11, 19
Milman, Henry Hart
Fazio 387
Milton, John 443, 453, 521
Il Penseroso 410
Paradise Lost 115
minor theatres 104–5, 140, 141, 143, 144–5, 147, 151, 152, 153, 160, 162, 163, 164, 165, 166, 168, 170, 252, 261, 426, 439, 472, 685; see also illegitimate theatre
minstrel shows 691, 692
mirror, theatre as 33–5, 37, 42, 46
Mitchell, Joseph
Fatal Extravagance 627, 637
Mittermayer 296
modern subject, the 13–17, 22, 23–4, 26, 244, 458
modernity 22, 39, 196, 205, 231, 242, 360, 361, 366, 367, 372, 377, 383, 391, 458, 459, 460, 467, 474, 636, 700
Moers, Ellen 146
Molière 520, 536
Maladie Imaginaire, La 190
Tartuffe 536
Moncrieff, William Thomas 150, 472
Cataract of the Ganges 472
Frank-in-Steam 411
Lear of Private Life 471
monopoly of patent theatres 98, 123, 141, 150, 152, 156, 159, 161–2, 164, 167, 425, 440, 449, 599
end of 154, 172, 369
opposition to 144–5, 147, 149
Montagu, Elizabeth 18, 369, 380
Essay on Shakespeare 368–9
Montgomery, James 683
Montgomery, Robert 12
Monthly Mirror 416, 419
Monthly Review 700
Monvel, Jacques-Marie Boutet de
Les Victimes Cloîtrées 416, 420
Moody, Jane 156, 157, 162, 170, 192, 230, 248–9, 250, 252, 255, 256, 256–7, 367, 605, 613
Moody, John 675
Moore, Edward 521
Founding, The 349
Gamester, The 375, 376–7, 540, 541, 544
Moore, Thomas 482, 490
More, Hannah 585–6, 599
Percy 378–9, 416
Sacred Dramas 447–8, 598
Morris, David 143, 144, 152–3, 165, 169
Morrison, Toni 716
Morton, Thomas 165, 168, 169
Knight of Snowdoun, The 434
Slave, The 683
Moseley, Benjamin 679, 680, 682
Möser, Justus 424
Mount Vernon 670
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus 307, 319, 426
Mulhern, Francis 28
Murphy, Arthur 40, 42, 219, 222, 225, 540
All in the Wrong 355
Apprentice, The 47, 49–51
(p. 746) Citizen, The 356
Grecian Daughter, The 377–8
Orphan of China, The 380
Spouter, The 77
Way to Keep Him, The 535
Murray, John 483, 486, 487, 488, 496
Murray, William Henry 572, 577, 579, 582, 583
music in London 91–2
music in theatres 296, 304–20, 399–400, 431–2, 462, 463, 465, 510, 552, 646–7, 651, 670, 691
Muzzarelli, Antonio 504
Napoleon, see Bonaparte, Napoleon
Napoleonic Wars 206, 255, 339, 469, 486
Nathans, Heather S. 257
national debt 627
National Drama, notion of the 141–5, 147, 150
naturalism 151
nautical drama 164, 255, 339, 473
Necromancer, or Harlequin Doctor Faustus, The 293, 391
Negri, Antonio 25
neoclassicism 115, 220, 223, 227, 327, 373, 387, 394, 395, 461, 499, 702–3
New Criticism 53
New Historicism 4, 65–6
New Monthly Magazine 145–6
New Strand Theatre 145
Newcastle General Magazine 621
Newcomb, Horace 35
Newgate prison 107, 487, 494, 495
newspapers 37, 48, 69, 73, 74, 80–1, 126–7, 130, 138, 195, 229, 244–5, 308, 353, 432, 458, 488, 555, 560, 665, 667, 670–1; see also press, the; reviews
Newton, Isaac 213, 214, 223, 226–7
Nicholson, Watson 143, 156, 160, 172
Nicolaie, Friedrich 17
Nicoll, Allardyce 53, 250, 372, 460
nightly theatre programme 3, 5–6, 34–5, 92–3, 271, 308, 371, 379
Nodier, Charles 466
Le Vampire 435
North, Frederick, second Earl of Guilford 649
Norwich Company 113
Norwich Theatre 103, 314, 315
nostalgia 260, 261, 270, 392, 467, 473, 641, 645, 652
novelty 142, 229, 242, 261, 288, 461, 463, 576, 637
Noverre, Jean-Georges 322, 328, 331, 501
Chinese Festival, The 45, 47, 325
Fontaine de Jouvence, La 325
Letters on Dancing 326, 327, 327–8, 330, 331
Pygmalion 323
Novosielski, Michael 296
Nuns, Elizabeth 575
Nussbaum, Felicity 68, 555, 562, 564, 691
Nye, Edward 445
O’Brien, John 46, 230, 255–6, 290, 324, 353
O’Connell, Daniel 140, 149
Ó Gallchoir, Clíona 21
O’Hara, Kane
Midas 537
O’Keeffe, John 169, 519–20, 521, 540
Highland Reel 252
Poor Soldier, The 340
O’Neill, Eliza 443, 500, 538, 545
O’Quinn, Daniel 5, 68–9, 614, 618, 696
O’Smith, Richard 685
occasional preludes 85–7
Odell, Thomas 93, 99
Oldfield, Anne 182, 564
Old Price Riots 85–7, 141
Olympic Theatre 104, 163, 259–60, 261, 411, 571, 576, 579
Omai 699
opera 101, 178, 231–4, 269, 286, 288, 294, 295–6, 321, 435–9, 589, 673
in English 105, 178, 304, 425–40
in German 424–5, 431–2, 434, 436, 439
in Italian 91, 107, 118, 120, 229, 237, 295, 304, 424, 425, 426, 508
parody of 234–7, 238
rivalry of English and Italian 238–40, 425
oratorio 315
Orchard Street Theatre, Bath 104, 533–5, 536, 538, 542
orchestra 314–19; see also music in the theatre
(p. 747) Orgel, Stephen 226
orient, the 374, 379–83, 609
Orme, Edward 681
Orr, Bridget 639, 641
Orrery, see Boyle, Roger
Osbaldiston, David 143, 152
Ossian 433
other, the 27, 178–81, 184, 190, 230, 379, 380–1, 616, 636, 651
Ottley, Henry 282
Ottoman empire, representations of the 381, 382, 638–55
captivity in 642–4, 647, 651–3
conversion scenes in 645, 650, 653–4
historical record and 639–40, 646, 654
seraglio in 642, 646–7, 649–50, 651, 652, 653, 654
Otway, Thomas 101, 102, 294, 374, 410, 522, 667
Don Carlos 523
Orphan, The 407
Venice Preserv’d 289, 369, 371
Owenson, Sydney (Lady Morgan) 507–8, 509
Oxford University 112–14, 115, 158, 159
Paine, Thomas 419
Pallerini, Antonietta 509
Palleschi, Marino 509, 511–12
Palmer, John 104, 366
Palmer, Robert 186
panoramas 266, 277, 282, 283, 284, 502
Pantheon, the 92, 328, 425
pantomime 92, 140, 166, 169, 178, 180, 185–6, 190, 258, 293, 335–6, 338, 390–405, 427, 462, 465, 506, 507, 508, 519, 537, 602
cultural politics of 293, 294, 295, 390, 394–5, 405
evolution of acting styles and 185–6, 187
political content of 170, 395–405
race and 403–5, 673, 678–82
relation of commedia dell'arte to 179, 292, 390, 391–3, 400
scenic effects and 270, 275–6, 282, 286, 288–9, 291, 292–3
structure of 292, 391–3, 397, 403
Paris in an Uproar 105
Paris Opera 272, 329, 433, 503
Parke, William Thomas 307, 311, 317
Parker, Reeve 445–6
parody 41, 51, 78, 81, 107, 108, 115, 222, 234–6, 411, 419, 532, 590, 614
Parry, John
Ivanhoe 433
party political culture 83, 94, 114, 116–22, 130, 137, 397, 626
censorship and 118, 121
class and 119–20, 122
monarchy and 117, 120
Pascoe, Judith 557
Passerini, Christina 239
passions 181–2, 217–19, 221, 223, 593
pathos 326, 541, 544, 622, 626, 645, 654, 696
comedy and 386, 607, 613, 625, 633
melodrama and 463, 466, 467, 470–1, 474
patriotism and 622–4, 625
politics of 622–4, 626, 628, 630, 631, 636
tragedy and 369, 370, 377, 383 see also sympathy
patriotism 4, 37, 105, 130–1, 132, 276–8, 306, 382, 419–20, 422, 425, 705
Licensing Act and 105, 165
pathos and 622–4, 625
Patronius 514
Patterson, William
Arminius 133
Payne, Deborah C. 555
Payne, John Howard
Therese 472
Peacock, Thomas Love 498, 509
Peake, Richard Brinsley 73
Presumption; or, The Fate of Frankenstein 435–6
Peale, Charles Willson 669
Pears, Iain 297, 298
pedagogy 13–14, 16, 24, 358, 366, 516, 598
(p. 748) Pellegrini, Giovanni Antonio 296
performativity 60–4
Perrot, Jules 331
Pelham, Henry 375
Pepys, Samuel 230, 552
Peterloo Massacre 484, 487
Petrarch 490
Phelan, Peggy 67
Phelps, Samuel 169
phenomenology 59
Philadelphia Library 665
Phillips, Ambrose 101
Pickering, Roger
Reflections upon Theatrical Expression in Tragedy 182, 288
picturesque, the 265, 269, 275–6, 279, 280, 284, 300, 301, 427, 428, 429, 509, 692
pilgrimage 282–3
Pinchard, Elizabeth Subthorpe 447
Pinckney, Charles Coteworth 658
Pinero, Arthur Wing 473
piracy (literary) 150, 153, 168
Pitt the Younger, William 381
Pix, Mary
Ibrahim the Thirteenth Emperor 639
Pixérécourt, Guilbert de 422, 469, 470
Coelina 422, 461–2, 463, 464–5, 466
Place, Francis 149, 154
Planché, James Robinson 278
Drama’s Levée, The 259–61
Oberon 439
Vampire, The 435, 472
Plato 54
playbills 3, 32, 34, 54, 74, 142, 143, 186, 267, 271, 436, 479, 581, 612, 667, 683, 684
playwrights 2, 3, 11, 13, 34, 36, 40–1, 71, 73, 108, 134–5, 142, 144–5, 249, 256, 261, 267, 348, 349, 354, 355, 366, 370, 372, 374, 380, 386, 408, 442, 448, 450–1, 496, 517, 633, 634, 639, 654
Licensing Act and 93–100, 102, 105–6, 124–5, 126, 129–30, 132, 135, 136, 137–9, 396, 422
status of 97, 102, 111, 149, 294, 451
remuneration of 142, 149, 153, 168–9, 602, 606, 613
Plumb, J. H. 119
Pocock, Isaac 472
Miller and His Men, The 470, 473
Poesio, Giannandrea 498, 506, 511
Poitier, Jane 239
politeness 116, 158, 220, 296, 300, 322–5, 545, 621–2, 635, 660, 662, 663, 666, 667, 670
political theatre 92–3, 94–6, 98, 107, 170, 248, 341–2, 568, 708, 714, 717
politics of theatre 105, 107–8, 110, 111, 114–16, 153–4, 169, 170–1, 172, 342, 419–22, 598–9, 625–9, 650
as oppositional or radical 108–9, 118–22, 156, 160, 248, 459, 496, 514, 634–5, 636–7
as conservative or hegemonic 395–405, 460, 474, 526, 645, 654
audience and 108, 339, 496
Pontalis, Jean-Bertrand 35
Poole, John
Paul Pry 169
Poor Laws 146
Pope, Alexander (actor) 606
Pope, Alexander 12, 220, 369, 390
Dunciad, The 115, 396
Pope, Elizabeth 606
Popper, William 180
popular culture 3, 108, 390, 393, 458, 459, 677, 686
popular, notion of the 3, 14–15, 16, 29, 157, 229–30, 235, 390, 395, 459
pornography 254, 554
positivism 5, 58–60, 581
postcolonialism 5, 604, 698
postpositivism 60, 64
poststructuralism 554
Potter, John 93
Powell, James 402, 670
Furibond, or Harlequin Negro 392, 402–5, 679
Powell, William 79
Pozzi, Anna 77
Pregliasco, Giacomo 505
(p. 749) Prescott, Colonel William 183
press, the 80, 110, 118–19, 149, 193, 277, 374, 436, 649, 664
freedom of 125–8, 131, 133, 138, 165
Price, Curtis 307
Priestley, J. B. 340
Princess’s Theatre 169
print 215, 366, 458, 585, 599
relation of performance to 98, 114–15, 123–5, 129–39, 286, 448–53, 585, 603, 605
Pritchard, Hannah 375
private theatricals 46, 47, 48–50, 51, 148, 279, 443, 446, 447, 454, 532, 539–40, 542, 543, 544, 586, 613, 688
prologues and epilogues 2, 33, 34, 39, 42–4, 47–8, 51, 79, 84, 92, 213, 233, 235, 237, 238–9, 242, 243, 307, 339, 342, 351, 354, 371, 373–4, 375, 284, 385, 416, 480, 481, 525, 552, 599, 609, 610, 635, 664, 668
censorship and 97, 139, 159
politics in 238, 420, 421, 623, 627
production of audience through 32–3, 36, 39–41, 42, 44, 50, 87, 342, 354
negotiation of class in 36–7, 40, 42–4, 92, 355
promptbooks 186, 644
Prompter, The 180
propaganda 399, 460, 684, 709
props 73, 284, 286, 289, 392, 607, 646
prostitution 245, 362, 552, 555, 556, 590, 592, 634, 677, 707
Protestant Reformation 213–14
provincial theatre 2–3, 161, 166, 168, 254, 261, 311, 317, 524–5, 573–4, 575–6, 578, 581, 582, 587, 604, 656–7, 665, 670, 691
in America 656–7, 664, 670
in Bath 102, 103, 533–5, 536, 538, 542
in Birmingham 692
in Bristol 103, 579, 604
in Chester 103
in Coventry 571
in Edinburgh 257, 374, 380, 481, 528, 571, 577, 579, 582, 631
in Glasgow 604
in Liverpool 103, 604, 692
in Manchester 103, 692
in Newcastle 571
in north-east 313, 315
in Norwich 103, 314, 315
in Richmond, Surrey 103, 235
in Southampton 535
in south-west 72, 572, 576
in Yorkshire 71, 103, 289, 317, 572, 576, 579, 604
legitimacy and 250, 256–9
licensing of 97, 102–4
Prynne, William
Histrio-Mastix 552
psychoanalysis 34–5
public sphere 16, 38, 559, 560–2, 563
theatre as a 38–42, 45–6, 49, 50, 555, 563–4
women and the 17–21, 551, 555–64, 566, 575, 586, 587, 597 see also Habermas, Jürgen
publication of plays 135–9,