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(p. 593) General Index

(p. 593) General Index

Aaron (Titus Andronicus) 69
aboriginal peoples 442, 444–5
Achates (Dido, Queen of Carthage) 137
Achilles (The Iliad) 274
acting 95, 277, 361, 519, 568
commercial 225
enactability 419–21
styles of 219
actors 114, 132, 350, 371, 394, 461, 560
and the audience 31, 395, 554, 576
beggars as 461, 467, 469, 477
and characters they play see under characters
child 134n.1, 135, 175, 240, 247
limited movement 42
moral and social standing of 43
parts 3, 101
payment of 49, 176n.16, 177
as performers 74, 176, 378, 386, 578
popularity of 185
presence of 139
professional 49, 173, 545n.45
relationship with the play 272
rivalry with playwrights 174, 187
skills of 173–6, 182, 188, 466, 497–9, 525
style of 208
transience of 108
travelling 8, 479, 495–6, 508, 510, 514 see also mobility
admission charges 49–51, 57, 59
Aeneas (Aeneid) 147
Aeneas (Dido, Queen of Carthage)134–40, 143
Aeschylus 417
Aesop 95
Aesopus 578
Agamben, Giorgio 389, 390n.7, 425
Agamemnon (The Iliad) 562
agility 497–500
Agra 454
Ajax (The Iliad) 562
Ajmer 446, 448, 454, 456–7, 459
Akbari Fort 457
Albanese, Denise 266
Albumazar (Albumazar) 262, 267
Alexander (Alphonsus) 69
Alhazen 252
Alice (Arden of Faversham) 82–3
Alinda (The Queen and Concubine) 296–8
al-Kindi 252, 253n.12
Allde, Elizabeth
Frontispiece to The Lamentable and True Tragedy of Master Arden of Faversham in Kent 207
allegory 61, 65
Alleyn, Edward 19, 119–21, 164–5, 176–7, 185–8, 449
Alonzo (The Changeling) 166
Altamont 113
Altman, Joel 12–13
Americas 345, 442
Andrea (The Spanish Tragedy) 166, 505–6 (Il divino Ariosto oft Orlando furioso) 509–10
Andreini, Isabella 469
Andrewes, Lancelot 520, 564
Anglo-Saxon 115, 490
animals 3, 196
bear-baiting 51
sheep 74n.7
Anna (The Insatiable Countess) 87
Anne (A Woman Killed with Kindness) 198, 202–3
Anne (Queen) 429n.21
anthropology 443–4, 459, 528 see also ethnography
Antigone 412
Antinous 276–7, 290
Antiochus (Pericles) 147 (Bérénice) 568
antitheatricalists 54–6, 444–5, 459, 487, 549
antitheatricality 5, 47, 51–3, 402, 442, 448, 450, 529, 532, 534n.2, 535–6, 552
Antonio (The Changeling) 184–5 (The Merchant of Venice) 418, 438–40
Antony (Antony and Cleopatra) 440, 478
Antwerp 509
Aphthonius 271
Progymnasmata 282
Apollonio, Mario 463
Apollonius (Arcadia) 145n.19
apostles and evangelists 41
Aquinas, Saint Thomas 275, 465n.19
archaeology 440n.59
Archbishop of Canterbury (Richard III) 79
Archimedes 262
architecture 14, 24, 42, 85n.26, 247
history of 17
of the stage 98, 438
symbolic 406
of the theatre 50, 53, 61
Archytas 262
Arcite (The Two Noble Kinsmen) 341–2
Arden (Arden of Faversham) 82–4, 206–8
Arendt, Hannah 425–7
The Human Condition 426
Aretino 273
Ariel (Cheerfull Ayres or Ballads) 116 (The Tempest) 266, 379
Ariosto 509
Aristophanes 100
Aristotle 251n.3, 265n.60, 266, 275, 348, 376–7, 383, 399, 402, 404, 412, 551, 557, 580, 583–4
on art 13, 405n.9, 419
on drama 9
muthos 155
Nicomachean Ethics 389
optics of 252–3
Physics 18, 375, 385, 521
Poetics 18, 312, 369, 375, 381, 385, 403–4, 556, 558–60
Politics 561
Arlecchino 463–4, 472–3 (La travagliata Isabella) 471
Armstrong, Alan 175
art 4, 6–7, 13, 15, 361, 389, 405–8, 576
forms of 372
power of 348
Artaud, Antonin 11, 15, 18, 368–9, 378–9
‘Theatre of Cruelty’ 385
Arthur (King John) 175
Arviragus (Romeo and Juliet) 289 (Cymbeline) 396
Ascham, Roger 180
Toxophilus 179
Asia 345, 442
Aspley, William 68n.66
Astyanax 280
Athens 379, 403–4
Atreus 578
Aubrey, John 264
audiences
abilities of 43, 179, 192, 194, 201n.23, 202, 205, 207, 263, 499n.19
attention of 10, 378
behaviour of 220n.27, 315
communication with 69, 377, 395, 411
demonization of 549
early modern 48, 68, 83, 198
expectations of 132, 181, 187, 260
interpretive modes of 213
limited movement 42, 44
moral corruption of 53–4
paying 176, 196, 310
playgoing 50, 51n.12, 59, 152n.3, 185, 192, 228, 311, 559
female 324, 326
relationship with the play 91, 202, 204, 208–9, 223, 236, 265, 272, 278, 309, 311, 326, 346, 371, 379, 387, 393–5, 400, 551, 561
response to the play 291, 303, 310
satisfaction of 58, 60, 187
spectatorial 271, 358
interaction 17, 31, 62, 77–8, 191–3, 197–8, 204, 208, 210, 395
participation 234, 387, 393
spectatorship 319–21, 324–5, 379, 393, 400, 444
trained/competent 7, 130, 194, 482
understanding of the play 67n.62, 72, 139, 154, 198, 202, 262n.45, 288, 294, 357
view 98
(p. 595) Augsburg 466
Augustine 558
Confessions 376, 385
Augustus 140, 141n.12, 143
Aulus Gellius 578
Auslander, Philip 370
Austin, J. L. 362, 443
Autolicus (The Winter's Tale) 364, 439–40
Avignon 502
Ayrer, Jakob 510–13
Keiser Machumet 512
Opus Thoeatricum 511
Pelimperia 511–12
Bachelard, Gaston 50n.9
Bacon, Francis 516–17
Bacon, Roger 252–4, 257–9
Badiou, Alain 336, 342
Metapolitics 333
Baillie, Joanna
Plays on the Passions 580
Bakhtin, Mikhail 216
balconies 85n.26
Bale, John 258n.34
Balthazar (The Spanish Tragedy) 63, 65–6, 163, 316, 506–7
Bancroft 527
Banqueting House 534
Banquo (Macbeth) 168, 422n.50, 437–8
Barabas (The Jew of Malta) 19, 61n.56, 69, 186–8, 430n.25
Barbé, Jean 37
Barbour, Richard 453
Bardolfe (Henry IV, Part Two) 151
Barish, Jonas 402, 534n.2
Barker, Roberta 184
Barksted, William 71, 162n.20
Barnabe Rich (Roome for a Gentleman) 216
Barnardo (Hamlet) 501
Barnes, Barnabe 292
Barrisor (Bussy D’Ambois) 283
Barry, Lordling 307–8
Barsacq, André 76, 81
Barthes, Roland 10–11
Barton, John 127–8, 130
Bassanio (The Merchant of Venice) 474
Bataille, Georges 413
Bawcutt, N. W. 184
Bazulto (The Spanish Tragedy) 63
Beatrice-Joanna (The Changeling) 184
Beaumont, Francis 99n.17, 315, 317–23, 325–6, 541–7, 552–3
plays of 5, 68n.66, 103–4, 309, 324, 539
beauty 407
Bedlam (prison) 466
beggars 463–8, 470–2, 477 see also actors, beggars as
beggar books 476
Behn, Aphra 92
Bel-Imperia (The Spanish Tragedy) 63–5, 67, 506, 508
Belarius (Cymbeline) 396
Beni, Paolo 561
Benjamin, Walter 404n.8, 432
Bennett, Jane 433, 435–6
Bentley (actor) 177
Benveniste, Emile 431
Benvolio (Romeo and Juliet) 415
Bergamo 453
Bergson, Henri 113, 348, 476
Bernardino (Greenes farewell to folly) 94
Berry, Cicely 130
Berry, Francis 272
Besso, Michael 368n.1
Betterton, Thomas 558, 569, 575, 578–9
Bevington, David 62n.57, 63n.58, 302, 303n.18, 427n.11, 476n.40, 485
Beyezid, Sultan 458
Biancolelli, Domenico 463, 473
Bible, the 428
Bishop of Ely (Richard III) 80
Black Will (Arden of Faversham) 207
Blackmur, R. P. 556
Blagrave, John
The Mathematical Jewel 257n.33
Blau, Herbert 348
Bletchley Park 129
Bloom, Gina 7, 51n.12
Bloom, Harold
Shakespeare: The Invention of the Human 583
Blount, Edward 303
Six Court Comedies 302
Bly, Mary 21n.36, 157n.12
body, the 5, 7, 20, 359, 365, 389, 461, 562
absent/non-material 330–2, 337, 342, 344–5, 453, 458n.42
as conveyor of meaning 25, 38, 429, 579
and desire 20, 328–9, 332–6, 341–2, 345, 568
human 41–2, 288
and sexuality 199
transformation of 445–6, 453–4
Bohemia 290, 396 (The Winter's Tale) 363
Bond, R. W. 302
(p. 596) book, 8–9
history of 1–2, 248
sellers of 244
trade in 243
The Booke of Sir Thomas Moore 123
borders 493, 496, 501
Bosman, Anton 8, 10, 155n.8, 176, 479
Bottom (A Midsummer Night's Dream) 159, 313–14, 316, 325, 332, 334
Bourdieu, Pierre 178–9, 308, 323
Bourne, William 254–8, 260–1
A Regiment for the Sea 257n.33
Inventions or Devises 255, 267
Boydell's Shakespeare Gallery 96, 107
Boyle, Robert 521
Bradamant (Il divino Ariosto oft Orlando furioso) 509
Bradley, A. C. 583
Bradstriet, Jehan 493–4, 501
Bramble (Eastward Ho!) 280n.24
Brampur 448
Bratton, Jacky 155n.8
Brazil 444
Brecht, Bertolt 317, 379
Breton, André 413
Breughel, Pieter
The Fall of Icarus 287n.40
Bristol 176n.16
Bristol, Michael 193–4
Britain 242, 486–7, 496 see also England
Brome, Alexander 106
Brome, Richard 471, 476, 541, 545, 548
Brook, Peter 327, 369
Brooklyn Academy of Music 482
Broome, Richard 99n.17, 102–3, 106, 184
plays of 185, 293, 297, 305
Five New Plays 293
Brown, Robert 176, 493–4, 501, 510–11
Bruges 41
Bruni, Domenico
Le fatiche comiche 464
Brussels 510
Bruster, Douglas 9n.12, 12n.18, 57n.42, 171, 264n.56, 513n.64
Brutus (Julius Caesar) 103 (An Apology for the Life of Colley Cibber) 569
Bryson, Anna 526
Buckhurst, Lord 549n.65, 551n.70
Buckingham (Richard III) 79–80
Burbage, Richard 48, 185, 188, 230n.2, 248, 264, 401, 498
Burgh, James
The Art of Speaking 569–70
Burke, Edmund 580
Burke, Kenneth 556
Burratino (Le Burle d’Isabella) 470–2
Burton, Robert
Anatomy of Melancholy 562
Busino, Orazio 233, 234n.12, 237n.19, 238–40
Bussy (Bussy D’Ambois) 282–4
Butler, Judith 391–2
Excitable Speech 443
Butler, Martin 140n.11, 545n. 43, n.45
Butterworth, Jez 486
Butterworth, Philip
Magic on the Early English Stage 260
Buzzard (The English Moor) 185
Cadmus (Ars Poetica) 88
Caffarelli 566
Cailleau, Hubert 28, 29n.10
Le Mystère par personages de la vie, passion, mort, resurrection et ascension de Notre Seigneur Jésus-Christ en 25 journées 26–7
Caillois, Roger 195
Cain, Tom 140
Calais 453
Calderón, Pedro
Auto Sacramentale El Gran Teatro del Mundo 464
Caliban (The Tempest) 265–6, 268, 305, 377
Calipolis (Henry IV, Part Two) 161
Callaghan, Dympna 321
Cambridge 268
University 257, 518, 523
Pembroke College 518–19
Trinity College 267
Camillo (The White Devil) 176 (The Winter's Tale) 382
Camões, Luis de 511
Campbell, George 580
Camporesi, Piero 473
Canetti, Elias 415n.41
Capell, Edward 381
capitalism 8, 461, 463–4, 467, 472, 477
Capitano (Le Burle d’Isabella) 470
Capitano Spavento (La travagliata Isabella) 471
capoeira 178
Captain Seagull (Eastward Ho!) 280n.24
Captain Tucca (Satiromastix) 162
Cardinal Monticelso (The White Devil) 284–5
Carew, Lord 447n.18
Poems, with a Maske 540
(p. 597) Carey, Henry 200
Carlell, Lodowick 541
Carlson, Marvin 156
Carroll, William
Fat King and Lean Beggar… 465
Cartwright, William 542n.34
Comedies, Tragi-comedies, with Other Poems 540
Casanova, Pascale 514
Cassio (Othello) 530
Cassius (Julius Caesar) 102–3 (An Apology for the Life of Colley Cibber) 569
Castelvetro, Lodovico 381
Castiglione, Baldassare 179
Book of the Courtier 414
Castile (The Spanish Tragedy) 63, 66
Catalonia 503
Catesby (Richard III) 80
catharsis 558, 560–1, 580
Cato 144
Cavalli, Francesco 566
Cavell, Stanley 308–9, 315, 317–19, 323–6
‘The Avoidance of Love’ 307
Cavendish, Margaret 581
Caxton, William
Recuyell of the Histories of Troy 305
Cecil, Sir Robert 502
Cecil, William 200, 523
celebrity 185
Celia (Volpone) 86–7, 275–7 (As You Like It) 485
censorship 535–6
Censure (The Staple of News) 318, 321–2
Cerasano, Susan 185, 496
ceremonial entries 24, 29, 40, 42, 44, 234, 238 see also entertainments, processions
Ceres (The Tempest) 289
Chaganti, Seeta 189n.*
Chamberlain, John 59
Chambers, E. K. 173, 495
Champmeslé, Mademoiselle 569
change 350, 363
Chaplain, Charlie 159
Chapman, George 99n.17, 103–4, 128n.37, 277, 279, 282–3, 544
characters 47, 60–2, 364, 366, 556–7, 567, 581–4
bodyless 20
discrepancy between actors and 43, 48
female 321n.41
infatuation with 47–8
‘lifelikeness’ 19
male 136
as repositories 65
Charles I 237, 447, 534, 543–6 see also Prince Charles
Charles II 537, 552, 555
Charles VIII 29n.12, 41
Charles the Bold 40
Charles Cotton (A Woman Killed with Kindness) 202
Charpentier, Marc Antoine 565
Chaucer, Geoffrey 128
Parliament of Fowls 385
Chekhov, Anton 73
Chief Justice (Henry IV, Part Two)151–3
Chimène (Le Cid) 565
Chiron (Titus Andronicus) 168
choice 334
Christmas, Garret 245n.47
Christopher Sly (The Taming of the Shrew) 473
Chrysolina (The Spanish Tragedy) 160
churches 25
Cicero 95, 271, 283, 522–4, 526, 533, 550
‘Dream of Scipio’ 385
The Orator 306
Tusculan Disputations 94
Cinna (Julius Caesar) 309
cities
environment of 28
performances in 26, 29–30, 43, 392
streets and squares 25, 28, 42, 247, 392
Citizen (George) (Knight of the Burning Pestle) 175, 319–20
civility 527–9, 531, 533
Claridiana (The Insatiate Countess) 71
Clarion, Mademoiselle 571
Clark, Stuart 250, 252, 256
class (social) see under society
classical
learning 101, 141, 251, 551
period 15
politics 426
theatre 33, 43, 98, 404, 418, 519, 560
elements of 38
Claudio (Much Ado About Nothing) 288, 422n.50
Claudius (Hamlet) 280–1, 295, 392, 476, 491, 569
Cleon (Pericles) 147–8
(p. 598) Cleopatra (Antony and Cleopatra) 289n.44, 436, 438–40, 449, 478
Clermont, Louis de, Seigneur de Bussy 282
clowns see under entertainment
Clubb, Louise 479, 499
Clulee, Nicholas 253
Cockayne, Sir Aston 543n.40
Cohen, Emma 178
Cohen, Gustav 30
Cohen, Walter 461
Coiro, Ann Baynes 5, 8
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor 48
colonialism 330–1, 339, 445, 447n.17, 487
Comédie-Française 571
comedies 97, 157
Italian 82
comedy 137, 276n.17, 560
commedia dell’arte 460, 462–4, 467–72, 479–81, 497, 506, 511
commercial theatre 7, 51, 56, 60, 79, 193–4, 196–7, 205, 214, 220–1, 223, 228, 301, 518 see also under acting and money box, the
communication 12, 236–7, 296, 579
companies 76, 157, 185, 217n.14, 510–11
Admiral's Men 176, 221–2, 494, 500, 505
Bridge Company 482
Children of the Chapel 163, 230n.2
children's 71
Company of Actors, the 538
Confidenti 462
Duke's Company 537, 539, 549
Earl of Leicester's Men 463
Fedeli 462
I Gelosi 276, 462, 473, 481n.5
King's Men 163, 276, 462–3, 537, 539, 546
Lord Chamberlain's Men 230
Queen's Men 58, 152, 176n.16, 463
Queen Henrietta's Men 184
Royal Shakespeare Company 131, 302, 305, 327
Shakespeare's 185, 462
Strange's Company 505
Théâtre de Quatre Saisons 76
Compass (A Cure for a Cuckold) 342
Condell, Henry 100, 546n.50
Constable, Henry
Diana 94n.4
Constantine (Crispus) 564
Constantinople 454
contingency 389, 390n.8, 391n.11, 392–3, 395, 401, 420
Cook, Amy 307n.5
Cooper, Helen 97
Cooper, John 502
Cope, Jackson I. 134n.1
Copenhagen 514
Copernicus, Nicolaus 251n.3, 253
Cordelia (King Lear) 387
Corin (As You Like It) 482, 485
Corneille, Pierre 565, 580
Corneille, Thomas 580
Cornwall (The Shoemaker's Holiday) 225 (King Lear) 436
Corvino (Volpone) 86–7
Coryate, Thomas 7, 445–6, 450–1, 453–4, 456–9
Thomas Coryate, Travailer for the English Wits and the Good of This Kingdom 454–5
Corydon (Rosalynde) 485
Count Sacrepant (Orlando Furioso) 101
court
aristocratic/royal 25, 224, 251, 262, 292, 424, 429, 447n.18, 448, 544
Inner Temple 300–1
Inns of 230
Middle Temple 231
theatricality of 445, 448
Coventry 242, 498
Crane, Mary Thomas 17
Cranwell (A Woman Killed with Kindness) 203
Cressida (Troilus and Cressida) 289n.44
Cressoles, Louis de 578
Crispinus 218n.17 (Poetaster) 141–4
Crites 551n.70, 552, 554, 557
criticism 543, 563, 584
environmental 3
New 513
‘objective’ 1
performance 17, 110
theatrical 171, 173, 287
traditional 8
Cromwell, Oliver 534, 552
Cromwell, Thomas 524
Crosse, Henry
Vertues Commonwealth 445
Ctesibus 262
Cuccagna (fictional place in Le Burle d’Isabella) 470–2
culture 486, 505, 543, 551–2
cultural competency 482
intercultural exchange 479, 481–3, 496, 500, 507
knowledge of 480
‘meme’, concept of the 499
(p. 599) Cupid (Dido, Queen of Carthage) 137–8
Curran, Kevin 429, 440
Cursory Remarks on Tragedy 580
customs 226, 581 see also manners
Cutlack (Tamburlaine) 165
Cydnus (river) 449
Cymbeline (Cymbeline) 396, 398
Cynthia (Endymion) 303
Cyprian (The Two Noble Ladies) 122
Cysat, Renward 33n.22, 35–6
Daborne, Robert 114n.5
Dahlquist, Gordon 259n.36
Damrosch, David 514
dance 174, 183, 247, 362, 364, 499
morris dancing 369, 451
school 182
Daniel, Andrew 439
The Melancholy Assemblage 435
Dauphin (Henry V) 478
Davenant, William 534, 537–8, 549, 559, 583
company of 5
da Vinci, Leonardo
Mona Lisa 368
Davies, John 517n.5
Davies, Paul 372, 377
Davis, Tracy 210, 321n.41
Davy (Pap with an Hatchet) 159
Dawkins, Richard 499
Dawson, Anthony 9 n.12, 165n.30, 206n.32
Day, John 259, 300, 428
de Certeau, Michel 108, 206
Dear, Peter 251, 252n.6
death 415–16
Dee, John 252, 253n.12, 254–5, 257–8, 259n.36, 260–1, 264–5
Mathematical Preface to Euclid's Elements 254
Propaedeumata Aphoristica 254, 265
Deflores (The Changeling) 166, 184
De Grazia, Margreta 2n.1, 502n.27
Dekker, Thomas 99n.17, 141, 145, 165, 177, 213, 215, 219–20, 231, 243, 246–7, 316, 464, 490
recollections of 235
techniques of 84n.23
A Gull's Hornbook 177, 315
Troia-Nova Triumphans 245
De Landa, Manuel 435
Deleuze, Gilles 390, 435, 445n.15
Delhi 454
Della Porta, Giambattista 267
Magiae Naturalis 267
Deloney, Thomas 427
Thomas of Reading 430
Demetrius (Titus Andronicus) 168 (A Midsummer Night's Dream) 324, 336
Democritus 353
Denham, Sir John 538, 539n.18, 541
Denmark 256, 392, 396, 490–1
Derrida, Jacques 102, 111, 391–2, 409, 424
Dissemination 102
The Truth in Painting 102
Descartes, René 329, 355, 579
Les Passions de l’âme 560
Desdemona (Othello) 107, 288–9, 307, 325, 342, 393, 428, 439, 530
design
Dessen, Alan 18, 88
Deutsch, David 372
dialogue 123
dictionaries
English–Latin 524
Oxford English Dictionary 94n.4, 95n.7, 213, 244n.44, 378, 484
Diderot, Denis 580
Encyclopédie 580
Le paradoxe sur le comédien 569
Dido (Dido, Queen of Carthage) 134, 137–9, 143
Diehl, Huston 250, 256
difference 353, 363
DiGangi, Mario 21n.36, 382n.38
Digges, Leonard 254–5
Digges, Thomas 254, 257, 259n.36, 261, 267
Pantometria 255
Dillon, Janette 67n.62, 507n.43
Dionza (Pericles) 148
direction 164, 302, 316, 378
choices 147n.23
hidden 128
Dobson, Michael 206, 487n.19
Dogberry (Measure for Measure) 483
Dolan, Frances 189n.*
Dolce, Lodovico 140
Don Andrea (The Spanish Tragedy) 64, 67n.62, 68n.65
(p. 600) Don Antonio Balladino (The Case is Alterd) 311n.22
Don Armado (Love's Labour's Lost) 79n.16
Don John (Othello) 288
Donatus, Aelius 97–8
De Comoedia 97
De Fabula 97
Downer, Alan 556
Downey, Greg 178
Downton, Thomas 217
Drake, James 581
drama
as distinct from theatre 4n.6, 10, 292, 409
notions of 8, 170, 400, 402, 405, 407–8, 411–12, 417, 549, 559
as term 9
dramaturgy 165n.30, 402, 409–12, 417, 420–2, 510, 531, 585
Dryden, John 5–6, 262n.45, 511, 536n.9, 537, 545n.46, 548–52, 554–5, 557, 559–61, 564–5, 568, 581, 583
Dubos, abbé 569
Duke of Castile (The Spanish Tragedy) 511
Duke of Guise (Bussy D’Ambois) 282–4
Duke of Milan (The Honest Whore) 481
Duke Orsino (Twelfth Night) 221n.32, 478, 488
Duke Senior (As You Like It) 96, 422, 433, 484
Duke Theseus (A Midsummer Night's Dream) 315, 324–5, 327–30, 333, 336, 341
Duke of Venice (The Merchant of Venice) 417
Duke of Vienna (Measure for Measure) 305
Duncan (Macbeth) 437–8
Duncan-Jones, Katherine 96
duration 349
Dürer, Albrecht 407
Dutton, Richard 4n.6, 61n.56, 175n.5, 265n.62, 545n.43
Dymkowski, Christine 147–8
Early English Books Online-Text Creation Partnership (EEBO-TCP) 98–9, 103, 130, 544n.42
East India Company 445, 447
ECCO 130
Edelman, Lee 329
Edgar (King Lear) 286–7, 422n.50, 465–7, 471–2
education
grammar schools 98, 271, 490
universities 98, 516, 519
Edward (Friar Bacon and Friar Bungay) 259
Edward VI (Henry VIII) 369
effects
lighting 465
sound 92, 174
visual 262n.45, 265, 268–9
Eggert, Katherine 263n.52
Egypt 405, 478
Einstein, Albert 18, 368, 372–3, 375–6, 383, 385
ekphrasis 12–13, 270–4, 278, 281, 285, 288, 361, 437
psychology behind 275, 277
Elbow (Measure for Measure) 483
Eleazar (Lust's Dominion) 69
Electra (Electra) 578
Elias, Norbert 178
Elijah 384
Eliot, T. S. 72, 556
Elizabeth I 59, 200, 215, 217, 223, 226n.37, 241–2, 273, 303
Accession Day of 213, 218, 223
Elsinore 281, 498, 514
Elton, G. R. 426n.7
Elvetham 273
Elyot, Thomas 524, 528, 531
Dictionary 529
Emilia (The Two Noble Kinsmen) 341–2 (Othello) 393, 531
emotions 483
processes of 12
empiricism 516
Empson, William 556
Enders, Jody 306n.3
Endymion (Endymion) 303
Engel, J. J. 579
Engel, Jakob
Ideen zu einer Mimik 575, 577
England 7, 97, 242, 428, 445, 447, 454, 457, 476, 483, 486–7, 489, 491, 494, 501, 503, 529, 551–2
Civil War, the 57n.41, 238, 552
drama in 8, 74, 462–3, 479–82, 507–8, 522, 532
characterizations of 24n.2
education in 98
laws
‘Acte for the Punishment of Vagabondes …’ (1572) 463, 474
Parliament of 106, 430
(p. 601) playhouses in 49, 461
wars with France 285
English
language 110, 128, 142, 145, 524, 526, 553
Middle 97, 103, 146
Old 115
words 29, 95, 103, 106, 497, 520
English Verse Drama 130
Enlightenment, the 434, 518
Ennius 144
Enobarbus (Anthony and Cleopatra) 440, 449
Enoch 384
Enterline, Lynn 489–90
Shakespeare's Schoolroom 489
entertainments 174, 181, 187, 193, 195, 212, 215, 246
aristocratic/royal 14, 226n.40, 262, 272–3, 303, 424, 429, 544
banquets 29
and charity 226n.39
clowns 173, 183–4, 498
commercial 79, 212
cost of 245
fighting 51, 173–4, 181, 183, 196 see also stage-fighting
gambling 51, 176
games see games
Lord Mayors shows 14, 232–4, 236–41, 243, 245–8, 280n.25, 373
public 10
processions 30, 41
religious 42
royal 14, 234–7
environment 432
environmental approach 10 see also criticism, environmental
epistemology 17, 259, 275, 306–8, 358, 398, 500
Epitide (Merope) 566
Erasmus, Desiderius 270–2, 280, 282
De Copia 282
De duplici copia verborum ac rerum 270
The Praise of Folly 491
Erne, Lukas 506, 507n.43
Essex (Henry V) 273
ethics 3, 395 see also morality
Ethiopia 345
ethnography 442–7, 449, 453, 458–9 see also anthropology
Euclid 262
Elements 254
Eugenius 551–4, 559
Euripides 271n.6
Europe 405
Evans, M. Blakemore 33
eventuality 386–91, 393–401
Ewbank, Inga-Stina 373
existence 347, 366–7, 369, 371, 375–6, 384, 394, 400, 421
Expectation (The Staple of News) 318, 321–2
experience 25
of attending the theatre 50n.9, 60, 214, 228, 301, 392, 394, 489, 554
framing 111
participatory 31, 193 see also audience, spectatorial interaction
of performances 33, 47, 108, 139, 152n.3, 191–3, 265, 291, 304, 357, 362, 387, 389, 393, 395
viewing 39–40
Fabian, Johannes 443, 447
Face (Mercury Vindicated from the Alchemists at Court) 263 (The Alchemist) 474–5
Falk, Dan 382, 385
Falstaff 48, 151, 153–4, 157, 159, 170, 213, 473, 476
Fama (Aeneid) 143
Farinelli 566
Farrant, Richard 230n.2
Faustus (Doctor Faustus) 61n.56, 107, 164n.28
feminine, the 87, 135, 320
Ferdinand (The Tempest) 265n.60, 266
Ferguson, David 518
Fergusson, Francis 556
Feste (Twelfth Night) 221n.32
festivals 242, 248 see also holidays
calendar of 231, 236
fiction 21, 213–14, 471
fictional adjacency 73–6
Field, John 52
Field, Nathan 544
Fielding, Henry
Tom Jones 108
fights 410n.30, 414, 416, 421
as entertainment see under entertainments
film 269, 371
finances 50, 219
of players 49, 55
of theatres 51, 54–5, 76 see also money box, the
Firk (The Shoemaker's Holiday) 220–2, 227
(p. 602) Fisher, Will 21n.36
Fitzdottrel (The Devil is an Ass) 316
Flamineo (The White Devil) 176
Flanders 512
Flavello (The Queen and Concubine) 296–8
Flavina (The Two Noble Kinsmen) 342
Flavio (La travagliata Isabella) 471
Fleance (Macbeth) 168
Fletcher, John 99n.17, 315, 541–7, 552–4
plays of 5, 103–4, 295, 341, 539
Florence 457, 462
Galleria dell’Accademia 368
Florio, John 180
Florizel (The Winter's Tale) 359–64, 381, 384
Floyd-Wilson, Mary 17n.25, 214n.4
Fluellen (Henry IV, Part Two) 153
Fo, Dario 473
Sogno dello Zanni 472
Foakes, R. A. 221n.30
Fontenelle, Bernard le Bovier de 580
Réflexions sur le poétique 580
food 40
Fool (The Careless Shepherdess) 184
Ford, John 548n.59, 567
foreign, the 478–81, 483–4, 487–8, 490–1, 496, 499, 509
foreigners 485, 488–9, 494
Foreman, Walter C.
The Music of the Close: The final scenes of Shakespeare's tragedies 109
‘form’ 13–15, 19, 108
‘formaction’ 18
formalism 13
Russian 471
Forman, Valerie 21n.36
Fortinbras (Hamlet) 109, 422
Foucault, Michel 425–6, 468
‘fourth wall’, the 378–9
Fowler, Alistair 127n.30
France 42, 282, 451, 461, 482, 485, 487, 490, 494, 502, 507, 555 see also French language
drama of 8, 98, 479, 486, 497, 535, 552, 560, 568, 571, 585
Kings of 44, 276n.17
Parliamentary decree of 1548 42
wars with England 285
Franceschina (Le Burle d’Isabella) 470
Francisco (The Heir) 342–3
François Valois 277
Frangipane, Cornelio 276n.17
Frankford (A Woman Killed with Kindness) 198–9, 202–4
Frankfurt 503
Franklin (Arden of Faversham) 82 (Henry IV, Part One) 476
fraud 54, 59, 262, 264
freedom 409
Freer, Coburn 130
French language 128, 522, 554
words 29, 38
Fressingfield 257–9, 268
Friar Bacon (Friar Bacon and Friar Bungay) 257, 259, 261
Friar Bungay (Friar Bacon and Friar Bungay) 257, 259
Friar Laurence (Romeo and Juliet) 288, 340
Frisia 115, 493
Fry, Northrop 408, 556
Fulke, William 254, 265, 518–19
Goodly Gallerye 253
Gadshill (Henry IV, Part One) 476
Galileo, Galilei 262, 267
Siderius Nuncius 267n.65
Starry Messenger 261
Gallus 143
games 212
approach to 191–2
backgammon 189–90, 192–4, 196, 205–7
board games 7, 206, 208n.37
card games 189–90, 192–4, 196, 200–1, 204–5
Bridge 197
Vide Ruff 197–9, 203–4, 209
Whist 204n.28
chess 192, 201, 205
information 199–201, 204, 209
overlap with theatre 195–7, 210
parlour 191
role-playing 220, 226
staging of 189, 192
Ganymede (Aeneid) 134–6
Garber, Marjorie 21n.36
Garden of Eden 383–4
Garrick, David 340, 341n.23, 567, 575
Gascoigne, George 241–2
Gaveston (Edward II) 428
Gazeau, Jacques 45
Gee, John 68n.66
Geertz, Clifford 191, 443, 447
gender 3, 179, 333, 450
doctrines of 86
generalization 14–15
Genest 560–1
(p. 603) George (George a Greene) 169, 427n.14
Geremek, Bronislaw 462
Germany 163, 451, 466–7, 476, 493–8, 501, 503, 509–12 see also Pomerania
Gertrude (Hamlet) 280–2, 285, 288, 295, 575–6
gesture 156–7, 164, 175, 304, 575
Ghent 29, 40
Ghost (Hamlet) 304
Ghost of the Friar (Bussy D’Ambois) 284
ghosts 67n.62, 167, 170
Giaocomelli, Geminiano 566
Giacomini, Lorenzo 561, 578
Gil Harris, Jonathan 7, 155n.8
Gildon, Charles 565
Gill, Peter 184
Gill, Roma 139
Girard, René 327n.1
globalization 3
Gloucester (Richard III) 79 (Henry VI, Part One) 115 (King Lear) 286–7, 436, 465, 467
Gniaca (The Insatiate Countess) 91
Godfrey of Viterbo 145
Gesta Romanorum 145
Pantheon 145
Goffe, Thomas 184
Goffman, Erving 191
Goldoni 473
Golgotha 28
Goneril (King Lear) 72, 430–1
Gonzaga, Ferdinando 472
Gonzago (Hamlet) 304 (The Queen and Concubine) 305
Gorboduc (Gorboduc) 299–300
Gossett, Suzanne 148
Gossips, the (The Staple of News) 318–24
Gosson, Stephen 52–3, 55, 176, 325
Gougon, Jean 44–5
Gower (Pericles) 145, 147–9, 380
Gower, John 134, 145
Confessio Amantis 145
Gowing, Laura 83
Greco-Roman see also classical and Greek and Roman
critical tradition 8
Greece, ancient 138, 379, 404–5, 406n.12, 408n.24
theatre of 78, 369, 408n.25, 418, 562, 565
words of 250, 520
aisthanesthai 388
drontas 9
enargeia 270
ethos 581
phantasmata 275
skene 95, 103
thea 29
Green, John 503
Greenblatt, Stephen 2n.3, 96, 333, 497, 583–4
Norton Shakespeare 583
Renaissance Self-Fashioning 443
Greene (Arden of Faversham) 83
Greene, Robert 93–6, 99n.17, 101, 103, 251, 257–8, 259n.36, 260, 262–3, 267, 380, 476
Pandosto: The Triumph of Time 373
Planetomachia 257
Greg, W. W. 119–22, 123n.22, 173n.1
Gregory (Romeo and Juliet) 181
Grey (Richard III) 81
Griffith, William 299
Griffiths, Trevor D. 338, 339n.19
Grimaldi, Marion 117
Grimston, Richard 233
Groebner, Valentin 503
Grosseteste, Robert 253
Grotowski, Jerzy 15, 369, 465
Grüninger, J. 33
Guattari, Félix 445n.15
Guermantes, Mme de (In Search of Lost Time) 399
Guiderius (Cymbeline) 396
Guido (The Insatiate Countess) 71
Guidone (Le Burle d’Isabella) 471
guilds 244–6 see also livery companies
Drapers 245
Goldsmiths 244, 245, 523
Grocers 244–5
Merchant Taylors’ Company 233n.10, 238, 241, 243n.42
Guilpin, Everard 162
Gumbrecht, Hans Ulrich 508
Gurr, Andrew 174
Guy-Bray, Stephen 11–13, 479
Habermas, Jürgen 550
Habinek, Tom 98n.15
Habington, William 547n.54
Hadfield, Andrew 486
Hadrian (Emperor) 276
Haekel, Ralf 495–6
Die Englischen Komödianten in Deutschland 495
Hague, The 494
(p. 604) Hall, John 517, 521, 524–5, 531–2
Humble Motion to the Parliament of England Concerning the Advancement of Learning 516
Hall, Peter 131
Hals, Dirck
The Game of Backgammon 190
Hammon (The Shoemaker's Holiday) 215
Handel, Georg Friedrich 567
Hans (The Shoemaker's Holiday) 218, 221, 225
Harman, Thomas 467
A Caveat for Common Cursetors 466
Harraway, Clare 139
Harrington, James 517
Harriot, Thomas 252
Harrison, Stephen 235
Hart, Charles 569
‘Hartlib Circle’ 516
Harvey, Gabriel 257
Harvey, Richard 257
Hasse, Johann Adolph 567
Hastings (Richard III) 79–81
Havicksz, Jan
The Card Players 190
Hawkes, David 448
Hazlitt, William 582
hearing 250, 362
Hecuba 308
Hedrick, Donald 180
Heffernan, John 288
Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich 9, 402, 405–17, 419–20, 422, 582–3
Lectures on Fine Art 405–7, 408n.24, 412
Phenomenology of Spirit 402, 410, 412, 416n.42
Heidegger, Martin 409
Being and Time 376
Heidelberg 454, 456
Heinsius 560
Helena (A Midsummer Night's Dream) 325–6, 336, 341
Heller, Agnes 421
Heller-Roazen, Daniel 389, 399–400
The Inner Touch: Archaeology of a Sensation 389
Heming, John 546n.50
Hemmings, John 100
Hemmingsen, Niels 519
Henke, Robert 7–8, 479, 496, 507
Henley 258
Henri Valois 276
Henri II 444
Henri IV 472
Henrietta Maria 544–5
Henry III 276–7 (Bussy D’Ambois) 282–4
Henry IV (Henry IV, Parts One and Two) 151–4
Henry V (Henry V) 109, 151, 159, 273
Henry VII 426n.7
Henry VIII 524
Henry VIII (Henry VIII) 369
Henslowe, Philip 68n.66, 114n.5, 163n.24, 168n.36, 180, 218, 248, 508
Diary 176, 221
Herbert, Sir Henry 541
Herbert, Philip, Earl of Pembroke and Montgomery 546n.50
Hercules figure (Friar Bacon and Friar Bungay) 261 (Bussy D’Ambois) 284
Herder, J. G. 420
hermeneutic theory 388, 399
Hermes Trismegistus 561
Hermia (A Midsummer Night's Dream) 325–6, 332, 336, 341
Hermione (The Winter's Tale) 289, 361, 373, 384, 427
Hero (Much Ado About Nothing) 288
Herod 24, 313, 498
Herrick, Robert 547
Heywood, Thomas 19, 88–9, 99n.17, 101–4, 186, 238, 244, 292
plays of 176, 189, 198, 202–4, 293, 295, 305
Hieronimo (The Spanish Tragedy) 62–8, 160, 163–6, 170, 188, 316, 506–8
Hinman, Charlton 100
Hippolita (The Two Noble Kinsmen) 341–2
Hippolito (The Honest Whore) 481
Hippolyta (A Midsummer Night's Dream) 324, 327–9, 336, 341
Hippolytus (Phaedra) 90–2
historical chronicles 133
historicism 1, 171, 197
New Historicism 1–3, 48, 443, 583
historiography 228
history 1, 409, 411, 413, 421, 486, 494, 557, 559
of the book 1–2, 248
cultural 434n.40
(p. 605) philosophy of 583
of science 13n.19, 252n.11
of the senses see under senses
social 462
of theatre 165–6, 229, 248, 379, 437n.53
Hobbes, Thomas 9, 409–11, 413, 415–17, 419–20, 422, 517, 524–5, 527–8, 530, 533
Celerity of Imagining 525
Leviathan 402, 410, 416n.42, 529
Hoby, Thomas 179
The Courtier 179
Hodgdon, Barbara 2n.4, 6n.7, 9n.12, 9n.13
Hodge (The Shoemaker's Holiday) 221–2
Hoeniger, F. David 149
Holderness, Graham 486–7
holidays 212–14, 225–8
Ash Wednesday 224
Easter 224
Christmas 217, 224, 382, 462
religion and 218, 227
Saint Hugh's Day 218–19
Shrove Tuesday 215–20, 221n.31, 222, 224
Simon and Jude's Day 243
Holinshed, Ralph 584
Chronicles 94
Holland 237, 451, 490, 493–4, 497–8, 509
Holland, Peter 4n.6, 9n.12, 321n.41, 485n.12, 507n.40
Holland, Philemon 519–20
Holliday, Sir Leonard 241
Holt Monk, Samuel 550n.67
Homer 296n.11
The Iliad 271n.5, 274
The Odyssey 428
homoeroticism 134, 341
homosexuality 337
queer theory 336
honestas 5, 517–18, 522, 524–33
Honigmann, E. A. J. 530
Horace 88–9, 95, 133, 141–4, 311–12, 508, 576
Ars Poetica 88, 312, 560, 580
Horatio (The Spanish Tragedy) 63, 67, 107 (Hamlet) 281, 490
hospitality 16, 423–32, 434–7, 440–1, 485
Hotspur (An Apology for the Life of Colley Cibber) 569
Howard, Charles 493–5, 500–1, 505
Howard, Jean E. 2n.3, 21n.36, 189n*, 321, 584n.41
Howard, Sir Robert 548n.59, 549, 551n.70
Hoxby, Blair 5–6, 8
Huizinga, Johan 195
human beings 39–43, 344, 361, 387, 389, 402–5, 409–14, 417, 421, 422n.50, 425, 433, 435, 517 see also body, the
human nature 556
humanism 5, 90, 441, 513, 522–3, 565
Hume, David
A Treatise on Human Nature 582
Hume, Robert 538
Husserl, Edmund 109, 111
Hutcheson, Francis 580
Hutson, Lorna 429
Hymen (As You Like It) 482–3
Hythloday (Utopia) 523
Iago (Othello) 69, 393, 529–31
Ibsen, Henrik 73
identity 360, 501–2
cultural 7, 445, 453, 486
markers of 334
national 478, 483, 487–91, 496, 555
personal 329, 335, 488, 503–4
Illyria 394, 478, 483, 488, 491
imagination 327–9, 406
immediacy 74
immortality 385
Imogen (Romeo and Juliet) 289 (Cymbeline) 396, 398
inanimate figures 38–9, 41
Indian boy (A Midsummer Night's Dream) 330–2, 335, 337–9, 343–5
‘interiority’ 47, 64
dramatic 48–9, 69
psychological 61
of the theatre 51, 62
Indonesia 345
Bali 443
Interregnum 5, 543, 552
Iphigenia 280
Ireland 285, 486, 490
Irving, Henry 339
Isabella (The Spanish Tragedy) 63, 67 (The Insatiate Countess) 71–2, 76, 85, 87, 91 (Measure for Measure) 305
Islam 382, 449, 456n.34, 457
Italy 451, 453, 461–2, 476, 485, 491
drama of 8, 82, 469, 474, 585
novelle 133, 482
Sicily 290, 427
Ithamore (Tamburlaine) 116
Iwasaki, Soji 380 (p. 606)
Jaggard, William 100
James I 215, 237, 267, 426n.7, 427n.9, 429n.21, 447, 457, 462
coronation of 235–6
Jameson, Fredric 460–1
Jamestown (Virginia) 442
Jane (The Shoemaker's Holiday) 215
Japan 115n.6
Kabuki 408n.25
Noh 408n.25
Jaques (As You Like It) 96, 161, 433, 442–3
Jasper (Knight of the Burning Pestle) 322
Jaspers, Karl 50n.9
Jennings, Nicholas 467n.26
Jerusalem 24, 454
Jesus 430
Jews/Judaism 418–20, 422, 435n.44, 451, 456n.34, 474
Jodelle, Étienne 140
Jones, Ann Rosalind 21n.36, 166n.32, 438n.54,
Jones, Emrys 109
Scenic Form in Shakespeare 108
Jones, Inigo 77, 107, 262–3, 268, 272, 451
quarrel with Ben Jonson 233n.9
Jones, Melissa 368n.1
Jones, Richard 100–1, 493–4, 501
John Skelton (The Downfall of Robert, Earl of Huntingdon) 294–5, 298–9
Johnson, Robert 117
Johnson, Samuel 287, 549, 581
Jonson, Ben 13, 99n.17, 100, 116, 144–5, 162, 173–4, 232, 264, 267, 272, 275, 312, 314, 316–17, 319–26, 451, 487, 508, 542, 544–5, 552, 554, 581
editions of Works (1616) 103n.27, 114n.4, 543, 553
entertainments created by 231, 535
plays of 5, 58, 68n.66, 90, 103–4, 106, 133, 140–3, 162, 165, 233, 251, 257, 262, 279, 307n.4, 311, 313, 318, 461, 474–5, 536
quarrel with Inigo Jones 233n.9
satires 534n.2
studies of 1
techniques of 87, 101, 105, 263, 541
Julia (Aeneid) 143
Juliet (Romeo and Juliet) 85–6, 166, 288–9, 340, 341n.23
Juno (Aeneid) 134
Jupiter (Dido, Queen of Carthage) 135–6
Justice Shallow (Merry Wives of Windsor) 170
Kahn, Victoria 429
Kant, Immanuel 19
Kantorowicz, Ernst 429
The King's Two Bodies 429
Kaprow, Allan 369
Kastan, David Scott 4n.6, 9n.12, 123n.22, 181n.36, 194n.7, 214n.5, 540
Kathman, David 47n.1, 49
Kaufman, Sheiba 428
Kean, Charles 131, 305
Keats, John
Ode on a Grecian Urn 274
Keenan, Siobhan
Traveling Players in Shakespeare's England 496
Kellett, Edward 521
Kemp, Will 183, 369, 451
Nine Days’ Wonder 169
Kenilworth 241, 273
Kent (King Lear) 72, 436
Kepler, Johannes 252, 253n.12
Kernan, Alvin 263, 556–7, 559, 583, 585
Character and Conflict: An Introduction to Drama 556
Kerrigan, John 79n.16
Keyser (Pelimperia) 511
Khurram, Prince 449–50
Killigrew, Thomas 5, 537–8
King, the (The Spanish Tragedy) 64, 66–7, 511 (The Shoemaker's Holiday) 225
King Alonso (The Tempest) 379
King Arthur 487
King of Crakovia (Knight of the Burning Pestle) 320
King Harry (Henry V) see Henry V
King of Sicily (The Queen and Concubine) 296–8
Kipling, Gordon 30
Kleist, Heinrich von
‘On the Marionette Theater’ 348
Knell (actor) 177
Knight, G. Wilson 584
knowledge 516, 556
Knutson, Roslyn 217–18
Kojève, Alexandre 409, 413
Korda, Natasha 21n.36, 84n.23, 87n.30, 214n.5
Korea 115n.6
Kott, Jan 287n.40, 434
Kottman, Paul O. 9, 110–11, 430
A Politics of the Scene 109
Kronyk van Vlaenderen 40
(p. 607) Kyd, Thomas 61, 161–3, 165n.30, 188, 292, 306n.3, 309, 316, 323, 505, 507n.43, 508–12
Labours of Hercules 40
Lacan, Jacques 329, 333, 413
Lacy (The Shoemaker's Holiday) 215, 217–18, 223, 225, 227, 489 (Friar Bacon and Friar Bungay) 259
Lady Macbeth (Macbeth) 429n.22, 440
Laertes (Hamlet) 280–1, 388, 390, 394, 399, 415
Lahore 454
Lamb, Mary 582
Lambarde, William 51
Landlord (The Careless Shepherdess) 184–5
Langham, Robert 231n.6, 242n.38
language 356–7, 423, 443, 456–8, 488, 490, 507, 529, 532
transformation of 298
words 360, 513, 531, 565–6
Las Vegas 305
Latin 100, 138–9, 141–2, 479, 489–90
drama 110, 145, 560
verse 119, 141
words 38, 87n.31, 310n.18, 390, 453, 456n.34, 520, 524
agere 497
evidentia 270
mores 581
visiones 275
scaena 95, 103
scandere 129
Latour, Bruno 13n.19, 344n.26, 433, 435
Launce (Two Gentlemen of Verona) 374
Launcelot (The Merchant of Venice) 474
Lazarillo de Tormos 467–8
Le Brun, Charles
A figure expressing wonder and astonishment 572
La joie 573
La tristess 574
Le Faucheur, Michel 578
Lear (King Lear) 72, 387, 436, 467, 563, 565, 568, 571
Lefebvre, Henri 73n.5, 75, 78
legislation 42–3, 463
Leibniz, Gottfried Wilhelm 18, 349, 351, 353–60, 363, 365, 367, 384 see also monads
Monadology 346, 351, 354, 357
Leicester, Earl of 183, 231
Leith 518
Leontes (The Winter's Tale) 289, 384
Lesser, Zachary 2n.1
Lessing, Gotthold Ephraim 406, 407n.16, 408
Levin, Harry 263
Levinas, Emmanuel 424
Lewis, C. S.
English Literature in the Sixteenth Century Excluding Drama 128n.37
Lewis, David 362
Liber vagatorum. Der Betler Orden 467
Limon, Jerzy
Gentlemen of a Company 495
Lin, Erika 7, 14, 194, 209
Lincoln (The Shoemaker's Holiday) 223, 225 (Friar Bacon and Friar Bungay) 257
‘line’, the 12, 114, 120, 128, 164, 166
breaks 117–18
endings 131
graphic 121–2, 124
metaphysical 125–7, 130
origins of 115
spoken 121, 132
ubiquity of 113, 123
use of 116, 119, 139
linguistics
post-structuralist 110, 583
structuralist 109
Lisideius 551n.70, 552–4, 557, 565
Little John (The Downfall of Robert, Earl of Huntingdon) 298
livery companies 238, 240
Lobb, Emmanuel 502
Locke, John
An Essay Concerning Human Understanding 582
Lodge, Sir Thomas 485
Lodovico (The Queen and Concubine) 297–8
London 95–6, 182–3, 225, 247–8, 255, 280n.23, 369, 450–1, 468, 475, 481, 494, 500, 518
Blackfriars 230n.2, 264, 273, 279, 538, 539n.18
courts 84
Dulwich 176, 185
events in 231, 234–41, 243
Greenwich 303
life in 180
people of 315, 325, 522
plays put on in 82, 217n.14
St Paul's 537
(p. 608) as setting for plays 268, 279–80, 483
Smithfield 313
theatres 5, 75–6, 95, 193–4, 273, 278, 447n.18, 496–9, 538, 548, 552
Westminster 237n.20
Long, William B. 123n.22
Lopez, Jeremy 9–10, 113n.3, 130
Lord Chamberlain, the 538–9
Lord Stanley (Richard III) 80
Lorenzo (The Spanish Tragedy) 62–3, 65–6, 163, 506–7
love (theme) 85, 137
Love (The Three Ladies of London) 55–6
Lovewit (The Alchemist) 474
Low Countries 163 see also Holland
Lowin, John 546
Lownes, Matthew 540n.23
Luce (Knight of the Burning Pestle) 324 (The Heir) 342–3
Lucerne 33, 35–6, 38
Lucian 141
Lucianus (Hamlet) 304
Lucretia 581
Lyly, John 82, 175, 302–3, 309
Lyons 33
Lysander (A Midsummer Night's Dream) 324, 332, 336
McAdams, Alexander 368n.1
McAlindon, Thomas 311
McAuley, Gay 208
Macbeth (Macbeth) 358, 415, 429–31, 437
Macduff (Macbeth) 415
McGinn, Colin 411
Machin, Lewis 71
Machyn, Henry 239–40
Mackay, Ellen 17
McLeod, Randall 512
Macro (Sejanus) 90
Macrobus 95
Maggi, Vincenzo 558
Magnus, Albertus 255
Maisano, Scott 6, 18
Maitra, Ellorashree 449
Maley, Willy 486
Mallarmé, Stéphan 102
Malone Society 233n.10, 496
Mankynde (Mankind) 73–5
Manley, Lawrence 157n.12
manners 568–9, 581
Manningham, John 48
Mantua 464
Margaret (Friar Bacon and Friar Bungay) 257, 259, (Friar Bacon and Friar Bungay) 261
Margery Eyre (The Shoemaker's Holiday) 216, 488
Marian (The Downfall of Robert, Earl of Huntingdon) 294, 298
Marina (Pericles) 148
Marino, James 47n.1
market-place (dramatic) 1, 5, 548 see also commercial theatre
Marlowe, Christopher 12, 93, 99n.17, 100, 142, 144, 383, 451, 457
plays of 8, 107, 133–8, 140, 159, 165, 185–7, 257, 260, 317n.36, 449, 458
studies of 1
techniques of 116
Hero and Leander 186
Marshall, Mary 28
Marshall, William 543
Marston, John 85, 92, 99n.17, 141, 145, 490
plays of 8, 68n.66, 71, 103–4, 164, 183, 279
Martial 95
Martin, Jean 44
Martinelli, Tristiano 463–4, 472
Marx, Karl 464
Marxism 461, 513
masculine, the 87, 135, 414, 526
masks 38, 43, 461
Massinger, Philip 536, 539, 541–2, 543n.40, 545
Masten, Jeffrey 22, 542n.39
Master of the Countess of Warwick
Four Gentlemen of High Rank Playing Primero 200–1
Master of Revels (A Midsummer Night's Dream) 313
Master Slender (Merry Wives of Windsor) 170
materialism 21, 342, 361, 516
Cultural Materialism 1
Maurice of Hesse 503
Maus, Katherine Eisaman 204, 506
Mauss, Marcel 178
Maxmillus (The Winter's Tale) 382
May, Thomas 68n.66, 342
Mazzio, Carla 250n.3
meaning 6, 112, 156, 244, 300, 357, 366, 556, 559, 582
conveyors of 25, 30, 61, 114, 292, 304 see also under body, the
transmission of 160
media see also censorship
mass 425
New Media 2
press 535
de Medici, Catherine 277
de Medici, Maria 472
Meek, Richard 287
Mehl, Deiter 295–6, 299–300, 304
Melchiori, Giorgio 71n.1, 72
memory 156, 161, 364
and performance 162, 166, 223, 535
Mendes, Sam 482
Menego (Dialogo facetissimo) 473
Menelaus (The Iliad) 562
Menon, Madhavi 20, 439–40
Menot, Michael 43
Menzer, Paul 12–13
Mercutio (Romeo and Juliet) 181–2, 415
Mercy (Mankind) 73–5
Meriel (The Jovial Crew) 471
Merleau-Ponty, Maurice 388n.3, 389, 413
‘meta-adaptation’ 12
metaphor 114, 125, 127, 142, 285, 347, 357, 361, 364–5, 437, 519, 584
Metivier, Tracey 368n.1
Michelangelo
David 368
Middlesex 273
Middleton, Thomas 99n.17, 231, 233, 244–7, 273, 373, 541
plays of 8, 100, 103–4, 162, 182–3, 277, 292, 480, 539
Civitatis Amor 246–7
The Triumph of Truth 373
The Triumphs of Honour and Industry 244
The Triumphs of Love and Antiquity 243, 246–7
Milan 469, 481
Miller, Nichole 427
Milton, John 6, 311, 536, 542, 545, 557, 564
A Maske [Comus] 540
Areopagitica 536
Poems 540
mimesis 18, 57, 61, 156, 216, 219, 296, 362, 402–4, 513, 553–4
Minkowski, Hermann 376
Miranda (The Tempest) 265n.60, 266
Mirth (The Staple of News) 318–19, 321–2
mis-en-scène 387, 419, 441
Mistress Overdone (Measure for Measure) 483
mobility 8, 453–4, 494–500, 504–5, 509, 515 see also actors, travelling
mocking traditions 218n.17
modernity 317, 431, 549
Moin-Ud-Din-Chishti 457
Molière 473, 475
Monck, General 538
Mondaie, Anthonie 233
money 196, 222, 244n.44
money box, the 58–60
Mons 30
Montague, Lord Anthony 231
Monteverdi, Claudio 566
Arianna 566
Orfeo 566
Il Ritorno d’Ulisse in patria 566
Montferrand 30n.16
Montrose, Louis 2n.3
Montsurry (Bussy D’Ambois) 284
Monty Python's Flying Circus 169
Moonshine (A Midsummer Night's Dream) 314
Moraes, Dom 450n.25
moralists 86, 521, 529
morality 56, 90, 524–6
More, Thomas 526–8, 530
More (character in Utopia) 523–4
Utopia 522–3
Moretti, Franco 514
Morgan (Cymbeline) 396
Morgann, Maurice
Essay on the Dramatic Character of Sir John Falstaff 582
Morton (Henry V, Part Two) 585
Moryson, Fynes 497, 499
Mosby (Arden of Faversham) 82–3, 206–7
Moseley, Humphrey 5, 537, 539–48, 553
Comedies and Tragedies Written by [Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher] 541
Moth (Love's Labour's Lost) 169
Moul, Victoria 141n.12, 144n.16
Mount of Olives 28
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus 567
Don Giovanni 412n.33
La Finta Giardiniera 567
Idomeneo 567
Mukherji, Subha 393
Mullaney, Steven 21n.36, 50n.8, 444n.8
Mullarkey, John 391
Muly Malocco (Tamburlaine) 162
(p. 610) Munday, Anthony 52, 55–6, 238–9, 241–7, 292, 294–5, 298, 311n.22
The Triumphs of Re-United Britannia 238–9, 241–3, 248
music 3, 118, 122, 174, 236, 404n.8, 405n.9, 430n.26, 497, 556, 566, 569
musicians 496, 499
opera 566–7
scores 116, 121, 124, 585
songs 13, 364
medieval 117
‘prick song’ 116
mystery 65, 67n.62
Nabbes, Thomas 224n.34
Nale (Dialogo facetissimo) 473
narrative 355, 396, 404n.8, 406
Nashe, Thomas 93, 100
nationality 479 see also identity, national
natural philosophy see science
nature 266, 576
Neander (An Essay of Dramatick Poesie) 545n.46, 551n.70, 552–4, 560, 564
neoclassicism 5, 381
Neoplatonism 253n.12, 257, 545
networks
theatrical 171
neuro-biology 178
‘New Bibliography’ 3
‘New Textualism’ 3
New World 7
New York 339
Newman, Dorman 527
Newman, William 252
Newton, Isaac 356, 398
Nicol, David 184
Nietzsche, Friedrich 391
Nikolaos 271n.5
Noble, Greg 179
Nora (Doll's House) 72
Northbrooke, John 53
Treatise against Dancing, Dicing, Plays, and Interludes 445
Northumberland (Henry V, Part Two) 585
Northumberland House 59
Norton, Thomas 99, 179, 299–301
Norwich 58–9, 183, 369, 451
‘now’ see present (moment), the
Nuntio (Bussy D’Ambois) 282, 285n.37
Nuntius (The White Devil) 310
Nuremberg 510–11
Oatley (The Shoemaker's Holiday) 223
Oberon (A Midsummer Night's Dream) 273, 327, 328n.1, 330–3, 335–9, 344, 379, 421, 485
O’Brien, Matthew 368n.1
‘occult’, the 251–3, 258, 261 see also magic
Odcombe (Somerset) 450, 459
Oedipus 403
Oldrent (The Jovial Crew) 471–2
ontology 13, 361, 363, 365, 371, 381
of ideas 21, 102
of performance 369
problems 14
of theatre 19, 362
Ophelia (Hamlet) 280–1, 285–6, 294
Optical Character Recognition (OCR) 129
optics 17, 250–6, 268–9
optical devices 257, 261–4, 267–9
Orestes 280
Orgel, Stephen 2n.3, 4n.6, 9n.12, 233n.9, 262, 268, 290n.46, 308, 309n.10, 377, 380–1, 444, 507n.40, 584n.41
Orgon (Tartuffe) 475
Orlando (Orlando Furioso) 101, 119–20 (As You Like It) 483–4, 486
Orpheus (The Triumphs of Love and Antiquity) 246
Orrell, John 91
Osbourne, Laurie 320n.40
Oseas (A Looking Glass for London and England) 166
Oswald (King Lear) 72
Othello (Othello) 324, 342, 422n.50, 530–1, 584
Overbury, Thomas
Characters 284
Ovid 133, 140–4, 289
Oxford 258, 268
University 252, 257, 450, 519
Padua 462
Page (Romeo and Juliet) 397
Painter, William
Palace of Pleasure 482
painting 407
paintings 84n.23, 272, 287n.40
‘Merry Company’ genre of 189
Palamon (The Two Noble Kinsmen) 341–2
Palermo 382
Palfrey, Simon 18, 384
Palladio 276n.17
Palmer, Barbara 496
Palmer, Daryl 427–8, 436n.50
(p. 611) pamphlets 241
Pandolfo (Albumazar) 267–8
Pantalone 463, 465, 469, 474, 481 (Le Burle d’Isabella) 470 (La travagliata Isabella) 471
Panurge (Rabelais character) 486
Paris 29, 33, 42, 44, 276n.17, 462, 464, 472–3, 506
Louvre, the 368
Parliament of 43
University 252
Paris (Aeneid) 134 (Romeo and Juliet) 415
Parker, John 38n.23
Parker, Patricia 385, 584n.41
Parmenides 18, 372
passports 495, 497, 500–2, 504, 506, 510n.51
Paster, Gail 17n.25, 214n.4, 320–1
Pasteur, Louis 433
Paulina (The Winter's Tale) 384
Pavier, Thomas 154n.7
Peacham, Henry 107, 271
Pearce, Celia 199
Pearn, B. R. 291–2, 296
Pedringano (The Spanish Tragedy) 63, 67
Pedrolino (Le Burle d’Isabella) 470–1 (La travagliata Isabella) 471
Peele, George 93, 99n.17, 100–1, 160, 512
Pennyboy Senior (The Staple of News) 322
Pepys, Samuel 535n.6
Perdita (The Winter's Tale) 289, 358–9, 361, 363–6, 376, 384, 396, 439
performance
acoustic 3
act of 125–7, 130, 230, 317, 361, 376, 383, 386, 392, 405, 453, 482, 528
art of 25, 500
aspects of 21
non-linguistic 423
authority of 292, 299
as commodity 51, 214–15
composition of 154–5
configurations of 26, 33
contingencies of 242
conventions, performative 5
culture and 117, 443, 459
demands on 174
discourses of 74
enclosed 29
events 121, 123
experience of see under experience
framework of 39, 235
histories 147n.23
of hospitality 431, 434, 441
as illegal 535
location 30, 42 see also playhouses
mishaps of 388, 393–4
nature of 118–19, 131, 155, 307, 349, 376, 383, 394–5, 400
notions of 6, 96–7
process of 11
qua performance 228, 387
and the season 219, 222, 227
techniques 8, 480
and theatre 7, 9
theatrical 108–9, 142, 161, 171, 214, 220, 273, 278, 314, 368, 370, 376, 387, 389, 399, 404, 422, 448, 519
theory 17, 129, 214n.4, 459, 579
types of 25, 38–9, 41, 132, 273, 403, 429, 468, 517
understandings of 115, 215
Performance Studies 2, 6–7, 18, 191–2, 210, 214n.4, 229, 369, 370n.8, 383, 385
Pericles (Pericles) 147
Perkins, Richard 186
Perpignan 503
Perseda (The Spanish Tragedy) 316
Persia 428, 445, 448, 454, 458
personhood 5, 563
‘personnages’ 38–41
Perucci, Andrea
Dell’Arte rappresentiva, premedita ed all’improviso 568
Pervez 448
Petrarch 288
Petruchio (The Taming of the Shrew) 427
Phaedra (Crispus) 564
Phelan, Peggy 6, 349, 369–70
phenomenology 2, 16–18, 109–11, 209, 213, 222, 372, 376, 389
‘historical’ 17, 197–8, 214n.4
of theatre 15, 387, 395, 399–401, 412
Philip the Good 29, 40
Phillida 485
Phillips, John 216
philosophy 14, 390, 403, 404n.8, 405, 410–12, 415–16, 583
of action 3, 390
Greek 404
inquiries of 16
political 3
of science 18, 344n.26
and theatre 9, 369, 402, 409, 417, 421
(p. 612) Philostrate (A Midsummer Night's Dream) 314
Phoebe (As You Like It) 485
Pierce, C. S. 461
Pinabello (Il divino Ariosto oft Orlando furioso) 509
Pinel (of Rouen) 41
Pinkard, Terry 412n.33
Pippin, Robert 406, 407n.20, 408n.24, 416
Pistol (Henry IV, Part Two) 159, 161–2, 170
Pitcher, John 378, 381
plagiarism 537
Plato 128, 307, 380, 403n.8, 550, 558, 583
Ion 380
Republic 380
Platt, Hugh
Delightes for Ladies 433
Platter, Thomas 49–51, 497–9, 502–3
Plautus 82, 100, 144
Player Queen (Hamlet) 302
playgoing 166, 220, 306
as morally dubious activity 53–6, 86, 248, 549
playhouse owners 185
playhouses 248, 309, 311
attendance 152n.3
early modern 61n.56
enclosure of 53, 55–6
gallery, the 85
indoor 78, 81
layout of 49, 50n.9, 51, 60, 62, 82, 95
modern 317
practices 229
proliferation of 52
purpose built 75
regulation of 318
Roman 97
plays (types of) 157, 532, 541
court performances 193, 217n.14, 223–4, 230
English 74
festive 194, 220, 511
medieval 74, 89, 146
morality 64, 97–8
multiple-part 48n.2
mystery 24, 30
Passion 24, 28–9, 33, 35–6
‘prick’ 124
religious 75, 193
Renaissance 149, 424, 428
repertory 51n.10
rhymed 554–5
verse drama 113
plays-within-a-play 68, 161
dumb shows 291–305
Mousetrap (Hamlet) 161, 294–5, 514
The Murder of Gonzago (Hamlet) 304, 514
playworld, the 346, 355, 363, 365–7
playwrights 174, 187, 294, 556, 584
advice to 271
work of 313
plot 120, 192, 204, 272, 342, 386, 388, 394, 403, 404n.6, 470, 479, 481n.5, 484, 491
summary 397
Plotinus 348
Plowman, Piers 115
Plutarch 480, 519–20, 525, 533, 578, 584
Poel, William 305
poetry 14, 118, 126–9, 133, 141, 144, 406–8, 500, 510, 540, 543–4, 551, 554, 557
classical 11, 143
medieval 145
as model 140
printed 142, 536
and song 13
poets 237, 244–5, 299, 542, 554, 557, 559
Poins (Henry IV, Part One) 476
Poland 276n.17, 502
politics 426, 428–9, 460, 534–6, 555
biopolitics 424–5, 427
political-ecology 424
political-theology 424–5, 428–9, 431–2
Polixenes (The Winter's Tale) 381–2, 384, 427
Polonius (Hamlet) 391, 476, 515, 578
Polus 578
Polyxena 280
Pomerania 240
Poor Tom (King Lear) 465–7, 472
Pope, Alexander 581, 585
Porter, David 514
Portia (The Merchant of Venice) 420
Portingales (The Spanish Tragedy) 62
Portugal 512n.60
possibility 347, 350–1, 364, 391
Posthumus (Cymbeline) 396, 398
Postlewait, Thomas 210
Potter, Lois 181, 187
poverty 460, 462, 464, 467–70, 472, 474, 476
theatrical forms of 461, 468–9, 471
Prague 382
Pratt, Mary-Louise 445
Preiss, Richard 5, 20, 193
present (moment), the 369–77, 383–4, 386, 388, 399, 410
(p. 613) presentation 12, 236
dramatic 148, 408, 420
Prince Arthur (King John) 166
Prince Charles 246
Prince Edward (Richard III) 79–81
Prince Ferdinand (The Tempest) 379
Prince Harry (Henry IV, Part Two)152–4, 476
Prince Henry 451
Prince John (The Downfall of Robert, Earl of Huntingdon) 294, 298
Prince of Morocco (The Merchant of Venice) 377
Prince of Wales 95
Princeton University 556
printing 242, 535, 539
conventions 126, 301
playbooks 116, 118–19, 121, 123–4
of plays 9–10, 99, 132, 508, 536, 541, 547–8, 551
classical 44
early modern 105
English 16, 97, 101, 119, 518
technology 197, 267
private sphere 231, 535
Procne (Ars Poetica) 88
props 3, 378
prose 14
Prospero (The Tempest) 262, 264–7, 379, 409n.26
Protectorate, the 538
Proust, Marcel 400
In Search of Lost Time 399
Prynne, William 54–5, 450, 520
Histrio-Mastix 448, 520
psychology 275, 277, 517
processes of 12
public, the 529
space/sphere 10, 84, 425, 430, 534, 550
used for plays 28–9
publishers 1, 5, 541
Puchner, Martin 379, 549n.65, 550
Puck (A Midsummer Night's Dream) 314, 331–2, 336, 433
Pullan, Brian 468
Purcell, Henry 332, 337
Puritans 51–2, 54, 56, 238, 444, 487, 519, 534, 552
Puttenham, George 271, 311–12, 478
The Arte of English Poesie 311–12
Puys, Remy de 31
Pygmalion 186, 289, 361
Pynchon, Thomas 170
Pynson, Richard 97–8, 110
Pyramus (A Midsummer Night's Dream) 313, 315–16, 324, 326
‘Pyramus and Thisbe’ 89
Pyrocles (Arcadia) 145n.19
Pyrrhus 310
Qualitees 59–60, 67
Mery Tales (sham) 59
Queen, the (Richard III) 80
Queen Eulalia (The Queen and Concubine) 296–8
Queen Margaret (Henry VI, Part Three) 93–4
Queen Proserpine (The Spanish Tragedy) 505–6
Quicksilver (Eastward Ho!) 162, 280n.24
Quintilian 270–1, 283, 287, 569, 576
Rabelais, François 486
race 3, 330, 333–4
Rachel (The Jovial Crew) 471
Racine 511, 568–9
Phèdre et Hippolyte 571
Rainolds, John 519
Ralegh, Sir Walter 81, 200, 487
Ralph (The Shoemaker's Holiday) 215
Raman, Shankar 328n.1, 330n.5, 335n.13, 337n.18
Rankins, William 52, 54, 55, 256, 444
Mirrour of Monsters 52, 53, 256, 444
Rapin, René 564
Réflexions sur la poétique d’Aristote sur les ouvrages des poètes anciens et modernes 562
Rasmussen, Eric 62n.57, 299–302
Rawlins, Thomas 68n.66
Reade, Timothy 184–5
reading
act of 48
culture of 47, 529
realism 72, 92, 361–2, 364–5, 372, 375, 520, 555
Records of Early English Drama (REED) 173n.1, 212, 496
Redding, Paul 413
Reeve, Ralph 503
Reformation, the 218, 220, 250
Edwardian 522
Marian counter-reformation 522
Regan, Samantha 368n.1
rehearsal 11, 350
Reinhard Lupton, Julia 16
(p. 614) religion 3, 456n.34
art 272
Christianity 275, 405, 417–20, 430, 448, 456n.34, 479, 519–20, 560–1 see also Bible, the
Catholicism 218, 445, 453, 467, 495, 502–3, 507n.41, 518–19, 521
Jesuits 564, 578, 584
Protestantism 218, 219n.21, 250, 445, 453, 457, 481, 491, 495, 513
Calvinism 393, 518
Church of Scotland 518
Lutheranism 519
Renaissance, the 5, 44, 118, 122, 149, 272, 287, 424–5, 430–1, 434, 438, 440, 491, 495, 518, 526, 581
repetition 167, 349, 360–2, 385
representation 12, 15, 283, 319, 385, 405, 483, 497, 504, 520, 562, 585
fictional 231
forms of 38–9, 41, 43
modes of 8, 171
paradoxes of 67n.62
and performance 235, 517
problems of 89, 148, 333
process of 234
strategies 156n.11
of subjectivity 281, 344
theatrical 133, 226, 236, 303, 333, 337, 402–4, 412, 473
visual 149, 331n.7
Restoration, the 5, 106n.35, 168, 535–41, 545, 548, 551, 558
revenge (theme) 162, 167
Reynolds, Bryan 7n.9, 257, 259n.36, 261n.44, 476n.41
Reynolds, Frederic 337
Reynolds, Robert 503
Rhenanus, Johannes 499
Speculum Aestheticum 499
rhetoricians 271–2, 274, 509, 526
Rhodes, John 538–9, 541
Richard I (The Downfall of Robert, Earl of Huntingdon) 294, 298
Richard III (Richard III) 48, 80–1, 169–70, 175
Richards, I. A. 513
Richards, Jennifer 522
Richardson, Samuel
Clarissa 582
Richardson, Tony 184
Richmond (Richard III) 175
Riggs, David 263
Rivers (Richard III) 81
Roach, Joseph 174
Robbins, William 184
Roberto (The Insatiate Countess) 71
Roberts Frazier, Jessica 450n.24
Robin (A Midsummer Night's Dream) 336
Robin Hood 476 (The Downfall of Robert, Earl of Huntingdon) 294, 298–9
Robinson, Humphrey 541n.33, 543n.40
Robinson, John 521
Robinson, Ralph 522, 533
Utopia 529
Robortello, Francesco 558, 560
Rodenburg, Patsy 132
Speaking Shakespeare 113
Roderick (Le Cid) 565
Roe, Sir Thomas 445–51, 454, 456–9
Rogero (The Insatiate Countess) 71, 91
Romano, Giulio 273, 289
Romanticism 406, 407n.16, 582
Rome, ancient 135, 141, 241, 396, 490–1, 507n.41, 522
literature 133, 143
theatre of 43, 97–8 see also Latin, drama
Rome, modern 471, 502, 560
Romeo (Romeo and Juliet) 85–6, 166, 182, 288, 339–40, 341n.23, 397, 415
Ronca (Albumazar) 267–8
Rosalind (As You Like It) 482–6
Rosaline (Romeo and Juliet) 339–40, 341n.23, 342
Roscius 95
Rose (The Shoemaker's Holiday) 215, 217, 223, 225, 227, 489
Rosenbaum, Ron
The Shakespeare Wars 125, 131
Rosenzweig, Franz 432
Rosseter, Philip 503
Rossi, Nicolò 578
Rotrou, Jean 560
Rotterdam 500
Rouen 41, 444
Rowe, Katherine 17n.25, 170n.47, 214n.4, 586
Rowe, Nicholas 575–6
The Works of Mr. William Shakespear … Adorn’d with Cuts 107, 575
Rowley, Samuel 217
Rowley, William 182–4, 259, 292, 342, 428, 539
Royal Society 550
Royalists 534, 540, 543, 552
Royce, Jacalyn 61n.56
(p. 615) Ruzante 473 (Il Parlemento de Ruzante) 473, 476
Rylance, Mark 305
Sachs, Hans 511–12
Sackville, Thomas 99, 299–301, 502–503, 511, 551n.70
St Bartholomew's Day Massacre 282
Saint Crispin 218n.17
Saint George 41–2
Saint Hugh 213, 218–19
Saint Martha 40
Saint Martin 43
Salarino (The Merchant of Venice) 438–9
Salisbury Court 106
Samarcand 457
Sampson (Romeo and Juliet) 181
Santner, Eric 432, 434
satire 174
Saxfield, Thomas 493–4, 501
Scafi, Alessandro 383–4
Scala, Flaminio 469–72, 481
Scaliger, J. C. 580
‘scene’ the 94n.4, 104, 155, 411, 447
concept of 103, 105–6, 108, 111, 420
definitions of 95–8, 110
duration of 121
marking 100–2
remarking upon 102
scenery 96, 106
‘scenography’ 111
scepticism 516, 550
Schechner, Richard 191
Schlegel, Friedrich 406, 407n.16, 583
Lectures on Dramatic Literature 579
Schmitt, Carl 416n.42, 425
Schwarz, Katherine 328n.1
science 2, 250n.3, 251, 259, 263n.52, 265n.60, 267, 354, 551
experiments 252n.6
history of see under history, of science
medicine 562–3
philosophy of see under philosophy, of science
physics 18, 356–7, 372, 383
social 178n.24
string theory 18, 357
scientific revolution 17, 250
scholasticism (medieval) 251–2, 257
Scotland 486–7, 490, 522
Scott, Charlotte 9n.12
Scott, William 526–8, 530, 533
Drapery 529
Scott-Warren, Jason 51n.11
script, the 105
Scudéry, Georges de 578
seats 44
Sebastian (Twelfth Night) 394, 396–7
Security (Eastward Ho!) 279, 280n.24
Sedley, Sir Charles 551n.70
seeing 250, 332, 362, 365
Sejanus (Sejanus) 90–1
self 528, 532, 563–4
self-realization 412–13
self-reflexivity 406–9, 410, 414, 417, 422, 445
Seneca 61, 64, 92, 100, 131, 170, 271n.6, 563
plays of 90–1, 292
senses
history of 3
impact upon 25
media of 61
Separatists 521
Serapion (All for Love) 561
Serberine (The Spanish Tragedy) 63
Serlio, Sebastiano 44
Settle, Elkeniah 569
sex 414n.38
attraction and 334
illicit 143
as shameful 89
as theme 85
Shaftesbury, Third Earl of 580
Shakespeare, William 12, 48, 99n.17, 128–9, 182, 232, 264, 267, 367, 443, 481, 486, 556
as alleged author 123, 149
career of 170
creation of ‘theatricality’ 9
editions of 502, 541
Arden Shakespeare 148
Comedies, Histories, and Tragedies (1623 folio) 100, 103n.27, 117, 543, 553
New Cambridge Shakespeare 380
The Picturesque Beauties of Shakespeare 107
education of 98n.16, 489
ideas about 269, 347n.1, 385, 408–11, 417, 420, 513, 542, 545, 554, 581–3
innovations of 114, 119
mocking of 93–6, 103, 508
performances of 131, 337, 369
plays of 5, 8, 16, 100, 103–5, 133–4, 145–6, 213, 233, 251, 257, 262–3, 289, 369, 373, 389, 392, 446, 529, 536, 538–9
comedies 82, 158, 216, 273, 313, 327, 333, 341, 344, 442
histories 97, 151, 153–4, 175, 293, 475–6, 480n.4
tragedies 86, 342, 383, 385, 465, 471, 474, 498, 501, 518, 563
sonnets 368
studies of 1, 187, 212, 274, 370
techniques/ideas of 79, 81, 89, 108–9, 126, 256, 285, 288, 314–15, 331, 337, 339, 351, 358–62, 380, 385, 393, 397, 400, 402, 410, 414–15, 419–22, 490, 531, 554, 584–5
text/words of 302, 338, 374–5, 529, 565
theatricality of 286
views of 183
Shakespeare Quarterly 496
Shallow (The Heir) 342
Shannon, Laurie 433, 434n.42
‘sheets’ 114n.5
Sheffield Crucible 530
Shepherd, Simon 136
Sheriff (Henry IV, Part One) 153
Shirley, James 99n.17, 102–4, 160, 164, 537, 541, 545, 547
Poems &c 540
Shrickx, Willem 495, 510n.51
Shuger, Debora 564
Shylock (The Merchant of Venice) 417–19, 427, 474
Siceram, Everaert 509–10, 512–13
Il divino Ariosto oft Orlando furioso 509–10
sides (parts) 101
Sidney, Philip 307–8, 316, 323, 536, 540n.23, 550–1, 562, 581, 583
Arcadia 145n.19
The Defense of Poesy 306, 382, 550
Silver, George
Paradoxes of Defence 181
Silvius (As You Like It) 485
Simon Eyre (The Shoemaker's Holiday) 213, 215, 217–18, 221–7, 427n.14, 488–9
Simple (The Spanish Tragedy) 160
Singh, Jyotsna G. 458
Sinon (Iron Age) 169
Sir Andrew Aguecheek (Twelfth Night) 182, 396, 483
Sir Davy Dapper (The Roaring Girl) 277
Sir Epicure Mammon (The Alchemist) 273
Sir Hugh (Merry Wives of Windsor) 170
Sir John Eltam (The Downfall of Robert, Earl of Huntingdon) 298
Sir Petronel Flash (Eastward Ho!) 279, 280n.24
Sir Toby Belch (Twelfth Night) 182, 483
skill 527–8, 530–1, 533
of actors see under actors
display of 181, 183, 185, 187
models of 177–80
verbal 184, 526
Slack, Paul 468
Slitgut (Eastward Ho!) 279–80
Sly, Christopher 152
Smith, Adam 580
Smith, Bruce 16–17, 197–8, 256, 507
Smith, John 442–5
Generall History of Virginia 442, 445
Smuts, R. Malcolm 236
Snug (A Midsummer Night's Dream) 314
social practice 17, 522, 528
society 403, 410–11, 413, 420–1, 429, 461, 470–1, 475–6, 501, 505, 531, 533, 580
class/status 179, 192, 216–17, 219, 226n.40, 261n.44, 333–4, 342, 485, 488–9
corruption of 56
hierarchy of 181, 237, 309–10, 430, 447, 460
injustice in 465n.19
realities of 460
regulation of 318
welfare 468
Society of the Masters of Defence 180
sociology 87n.30
Socrates 550
Sofer, Andrew 21n.36, 166n.32, 256, 260, 261n.43, 265n.62
Somerset House 554
Sophocles 271n.6, 417, 562, 578
Sorrentino, Gilbert
The Imaginary Qualities of Actual Things 118n.12
sources 133, 146, 148–9
Southwark Cathedral 221
space 26, 114–15, 248, 390
‘absolute’ 75, 79
defining 113
(p. 617) feminization of 87
limits on 27
organization of 33, 206, 208
for performance 42, 77, 121
physical 44, 69, 437
presentational 236
symbolic 44
theatrical 50, 62, 78, 87, 90–1, 210, 251, 388, 398, 437–8
use of 73, 86
threshold 79–81, 83–4, 91
Spain 461–3, 467, 503, 505, 507, 511–12
drama of 8, 560
Spanish Don (The Alchemist) 166
Spark (The Careless Shepherdess) 184
Spencer, John 503, 512
Spiller, Elizabeth 264n.58, 265n.60, 266
Springlove (The Jovial Crew) 471–2
Spruce (The Careless Shepherdess) 184
Srivatsa, Sarayu 450n.25
stage, the 41, 79, 112, 259, 346, 366, 442, 465, 579 see also unstageable, the
backstage/off-stage 62–3, 65, 67, 72–6, 81, 87–8, 90–1, 396
conceptualization of 308
configuration of 38, 62–3, 94, 104–5, 111
early modern 25, 38
Elizabethan 77, 89
empty 94
entrances and exits 77
fixed 44, 121
illustrations of 28, 33, 38 see also theatre, illustrations of
medieval 5, 24–5, 30n.18, 38
nature of 80, 84, 102, 169, 236, 306, 447n.18
performances on 9, 201, 214
multiple stages 30, 33
‘platform’ 31, 81
singular 43
temporary 438n.54
Tudor and Stuart 168
world of 86
stage descriptions 175
stage directions 3, 63, 71, 122, 182, 293
stage-fighting 413
duels 410–11, 415, 422n.50
fencing 180–2
staging 40, 42, 189, 413
practices 25
Stallybrass, Peter 2n.1, 21n.36, 166n.32, 214n.5, 216n.7, 438n.54, 502n.27, 584n.41
Stanley, William 542
Poems 540
Staple, the (The Staple of News) 324
States, Bert 15, 18, 20, 250, 256, 269, 307–8, 325, 423
Stationers’ Register 243, 541
Steele, Sir Richard 584
Stefonio, Bernardino 564
Stern, Tiffany 11, 47n.1, 57, 120, 217–18, 504
Stockwood, John 52, 55
Stoeffken, Dietrich 502
Stoicism 562
Stow, John 280n.23
Survey of London 451
Straingeway, John
Coryates Crudities 451–4, 456
Strasbourg 33
Stratford-upon-Avon 96, 486
structures
enclosed 42, 76
military 29n.11
for performances 29–31, 33, 38–9, 52, 69
physical 94–5, 105, 110
struggle 412
Stubbes, Phillip 248
Sturgess, Keith 264
Subtle (The Tempest) 264 (The Alchemist) 474–5
Suckling, Sir John 539
Fragmenta Aurea 540
Suleiman and Perseda 64–5, 67–8, 506–7, 512
Sullivan, Garrett 263n.52
Sultan Soliman (The Shoemaker's Holiday) 488
Surat 454
Surley (The Alchemist) 166
Surrey 273
Surrey, Henry Howard, Earl of 117
Aeneid (translation of) 117
Switzerland 451
Sycorax (The Tempest) 264–7
symbolism 199, 301
in everyday life 6
of pageants 233, 238, 241–2, 438
symbols 7
Syme, Holger Schott 160n.14, 393
sympathy 580
Tamburlaine (Tamburlaine) 61n.56, 116, 162, 164–6, 449–50, 457–8 (The Shoemaker's Holiday) 488–9
(p. 618) Tarlton, Richard 152–3, 164, 168n.37, 185
Tarsus (Pericles) 147
Tartuffe (Tartuffe) 475
Tasso 511
Tattle (The Staple of News) 318, 321–2
Taylor, Gary 93n.3, 115n.8, 151n.1, 233n.11, 278n.20, 478n.1
Taylor, Jeremy 94n.4
Taylor, John 221n.31, 240–1
The Triumphs of Fame and Honour 241
Taylor, Joseph 546
Temple, William 522
Terence 32–3, 38, 82, 100, 110, 144
comedies 97–8
Terry, Edward 450, 456
Tertullian 43
Tessari, Robert 464
text 302, 338
‘intertextuality’ 479
notion of 11
and performance 292, 299
printed 301, 536, 541, 547–8, 551
structure of 335
‘textual’ units 12
textual approach 152
Thames (river) 279–80
theatergrams 350
theatre, the
acts of 18
as art 21, 389
bourgeois 317
early modern 494, 499, 504, 583–5
epistemology of 308–9
identity of 51, 266
illustrations of 37–8, 107–8
innovations in 69
as institution 57
justification of 536
as mode of generalization 15
location of 230
nature of 73, 76, 102, 111, 263n.52, 349, 355–7, 363–6, 369, 387, 394, 399–400, 409, 411, 424, 440
ontology of 19, 371–2
origin of 379
and performance 7, 551
‘sportification’ of 180
and taste 268
as term 9, 29, 31, 33
as venue 49–50 see also playhouses
theatres (individual)
Aldwych 184
Bel Savage 49
The Bell 49, 51
Blackfriars 316
The Bull 49
CBGB's 113
Cockpit 19, 77, 186, 538, 541
Comédie Italienne 473
The Court 77
The Courtyard 113
Cross Keys 49
The Fortune Theatre 277–8
The Globe 61n.56, 77–8, 95n.8, 113, 221n.32, 230, 248, 276, 383, 437, 497–8, 502, 551
Hope Theatre 230, 231n.3, 313
The Lyceum 113
The Mudd Club 113
The National 113
The Old Vic 113
Paris Garden 51–2
Red Bull 183
Red Lion 49, 75–6
Riverside 184
The Rose 61n.56, 78, 163n.24, 215, 217, 221, 230, 440n.59, 505
Royal National Theatre 131
Shoreditch 49, 56, 230
The Swan 59, 76n.11
Teatro di Baldracca 462
The Theatre 78
Whitefriars 71, 87n.30, 541
theatres (types of)
amphitheatres 51n.10, 60, 62, 76, 78, 81, 91, 192, 205, 208, 498
outdoor 230, 236, 248
hall 51n.10
indoor 230
Inns of Court 230
national 461
outdoor 304, 310, 392
Palladian horseshoe 91
‘poor’ 468
private 535, 539n.18
professional 193, 212, 215, 227, 247, 461–3, 469, 495
royal chambers 230, 544
transnational 507
theatrical competition 535
theatricality 2n.1, 3–5, 21, 113, 115, 244, 248, 292, 305, 351, 403–4, 431, 443–4, 447–8, 457–8, 489, 523, 525–6, 532–3, 536–7 see also antitheatricality
(p. 619) attitudes towards 445
basis of 12, 487
challenges to 402
conventions of 293, 479–80
definitions of 11, 13, 210, 214, 236, 376, 403n.2, 423, 480, 553
early modern 73, 116, 132, 154, 156, 173, 188, 229, 231, 233, 296, 495, 545, 558–9, 586
and ekphrasis 273–4, 284
forms of 43, 231, 425
and illusion 256–7, 259–65, 269, 272, 275, 323
‘intertheatricality’ 155–7, 160–2, 169, 171, 480n.4, 482
medieval 78
‘meta-theatricality’ 86, 160–1, 163, 314, 319, 536
modern 174, 191
modes of 331, 445
‘non-theatrical’ 14
nature of 24, 308, 346, 394, 421, 481, 483, 514, 529
notions of 3n.5, 6–8, 18, 97n.13, 465–6, 519–22, 529
‘para-theatricality’ see theatricality, ‘non-theatrical’
as a quality 10
‘quotidian’ 517–18, 522, 532
requirements of 61
revived 535
and self-consciousness 160, 402, 408n.25, 517, 532, 549
Shakespearean 286, 338, 342, 531
systems of 165
theatricalization 285
Theseus (The Two Noble Kinsmen) 342 (Crispus) 564
Thespis 379
thinking/thought 333, 580
Thisbe (A Midsummer Night's Dream) 313, 315–16, 324, 326
Thrift (The Careless Shepherdess) 184
Thyeste 578
Tibullus 143
time 114–15, 121, 372, 375–8, 385, 392, 405
describing 113
dilation 383
keeping 119
for preparing a play 217
of year 219, 382
Time (The Winter's Tale) 18, 372–85
timing 368
Timur 458
Tirel, Guillaume
‘Le Viandier’ 40
Titania (A Midsummer Night's Dream) 327, 328n.1, 330–3, 335–9, 344, 379, 421, 436, 438, 440, 485
Titian 407
Titivillus (Mankind) 74
Titus Andronicus 107 (Titus Andronicus)
Tolaydo, Michael 370
Toledo 506
Tom Dove (Thomas of Reading) 430
Tomkis, Thomas 251, 257, 262, 267
Lingua 499
Tooley, Nicholas 502
Tottel, Richard
Miscellany 485
Touchstone (As You Like It) 216, 219n.23, 485
Touraine 486
tourism 478
Towneley Cycle 74n.7
translation 129–30, 141n.12, 142, 144
Traub, Valerie 189n.*, 201n.23
Trechsel, Jean 33
Frontispiece to Terence's Comedies 32
Trevisa, John 97n.13
Tribble, Evelyn 10, 19
Trinculo (The Tempest) 262n.45
Trissotin (Les femmes savants) 475
Troyes 29n.12
Trudell, Scott 10, 14
Tucker, Chip 129
Tudeau-Clayton, Margaret 487
Tudors 97
Tuke, Sir Samuel 549n.61
Tully 550
Turkey 454, 456
Turler, Jerome
The Traveiler 257n.33
Turner, Henry S. 47n.1, 189n.*, 257, 259n.36, 280n.25, 286n.38, 344n.26, 368n.1, 388, 403n.2, 424, 434–5, 473n.37
Turner, Victor 191, 443, 447, 513
Tusser, Thomas 427n.9
Five Hundred Points of Housekeeping 426
Twine, Laurence 145
The Pattern of Painful Adventures 145
Tybalt (Romeo and Juliet) 181–2, 415 (p. 620)
Udall, Nicholas 99
understanding 404–5, 408–9, 410, 447, 531
United Kingdom 487 see also Britain and England
critics in 1
United States 496
critics in 1
unstageable, the 90
urban environment see cities
Valenciennes 24–30, 38, 44
Vandermast (Friar Bacon and Friar Bungay) 261
Varey, J. E. 463
Vaughan (Richard III) 81
Vega, Lope de 560
Venner, Richard 59
Englands Joy (sham) 59
Venus (Dido, Queen of Carthage) 135–7
Vérard, Antoine 33–4
verisimilitude 564
Verona 414
‘verse’ 116, 124, 126–7
blank 117–18, 130
Viceroy, the (The Spanish Tragedy) 66–7, 316–17, 323
Vices, the (Mankind) 73–4
Vico, Giambattista 408
Vienna 483
Viola (Twelfth Night) 394, 396–8, 491
violence 59, 91, 488
staged 61, 64, 90, 554
Virgil 133–4, 141, 144–5
Aeneid 134, 136–40, 143, 145, 147, 505
Eclogues 485
Glass of Government 159
Virginia 442, 445
‘Virginia Maske’ 443–4
virtue see morality
vision 267 see also seeing
technologies of see optics
Vitruvius
De Architectura 44
Vittoria Corombona (The White Devil) 284–5
Volpone (Volpone) 275–7, 290
Voltaire 571
Wagner, Matthew 377, 384
Wakefield, Yorkshire 94
Wales 486–7, 490
Walker, Greg 74n.7
Walker Bynum, Caroline 494–5
Waller, Edmund
Poems &c 540
Walsingham, Sir Francis 200
Warburg, Aby 438–9
Warren, Roger 145, 146n.20
Warsaw 276n.17
Warwick (Henry IV, Part Two) 153
Warwickshire 95, 473
Waterlow, Sarah 375
Watkins, Megan 179
Watson, Rob 433
Watson, Thomas 163
Webb, John 547
Webb, Ruth 271n.5
Weber, Samuel 4n.5, 391n.13, 423
Webster, John 99n.17, 100, 233, 284–5, 292, 310, 342, 498, 538
Wedel, Lupold von 240
Weigert, Laura 5
Weimann, Robert 9n.12, 12, 57n.42, 132, 195n.13, 196n.15, 461, 500–1, 513
Weller, Barry 331n.7, 333, 339
Wells, H. G.
The Time Machine 373
Wells, Stanley 93n.3, 115n.8, 151n.1, 217n.12, 220n.26,
Wendoll (A Woman Killed with Kindness) 198–9, 202–4
Wengrave, Sir Alexander (The Roaring Girl) 277–8
West, Dominic 530
West, William N. 10, 56, 67n.62, 185, 320, 479
West Side Story 414
Weygand, Katie 368n.1
Whetstone, George 100, 312, 458n.41
White, Haydn 407
Whitehead, Alfred North 390
Wickham, Glynn 195
Wiener, Norbert 434
Wife (Nell) (Knight of the Burning Pestle) 175, 319–24
Wiles, David 24n.2
Wiles, Timothy 369
Wilkins, George 133–4, 146, 259, 380, 428
The Painful Adventures of Pericles Prince of Tyre 146, 380
Wilkins, Rebecca 324n.55
William I (The Conqueror) 48
Williams (Henry V) 159
Williams, Gary Jay 337–8
(p. 621) Williams, William Proctor 129
Willson, Robert F.
Shakespeare's Opening Scenes 109
Willy Loman (Death of a Salesman) 72
Wilson, Robert 55–6
Wilson, Thomas 271
Wimsatt, W. K. 556
Winchester (Henry VI, Part One) 115
Winifred (Eastward Ho!) 279, 280n.24
Withington, Phil 5, 534
Witmore, Michael 16, 232n.8
Witt, Johannes de 76–7
Wittenberg 491
Wittgenstein, Ludwig 156
Wofford, Susanne L. 8
Womack, Peter 5, 62
women 325,