Links

Our project partners

Edward’s Boys, theatre company based at King Edward VI’s School in Stratford-upon-Avon exploring the repertory of Renaissance plays written for children’s companies. Their productions of The Dutch Courtesan (2008) and Antonio’s Revenge (2011) are available on DVD. [@Edwards_Boys]

Globe Education, the education branch of Shakespeare’s Globe led by Patrick Spottiswoode, Farah Karim-Cooper, and Will Tosh. [@The_Globe]

Some ongoing projects

Before Shakespeare project at the University of Roehampton, exploring the beginnings of London commercial theatres in 1565-1595; project led by Andy Kesson (Roehampton) and Lucy Munro (King’s College London) [@B4Shakes]

The Cambridge Edition of the Works of Ben Jonson, edited by David Bevington (Chicago), Martin Butler (Leeds), and Ian Donaldson (Melbourne).

The Complete Works of James Shirley, general editors: Eugene Giddens (Anglia Ruskin), Teresa Grant (Warwick), and Barbara Ravelhofer (Durham)

Lost Plays Database, edited by Roslyn L. Knutson (Arkansas at Little Rock), David McInnis (Melbourne), and Matthew Steggle (Sheffield Hallam).

Luminarium pages dedicated to John Marston

The Thomas Nashe Project at the University of Newcastle, editing the complete works of Thomas Nashe (1567-c.1601); general editors: Joseph Black (Massachusetts, Amherst), Andrew Hadfield (Sussex), Jennifer Richards (Newcastle), and Cathy Shrank (Sheffield) [@nashe_thomas]

Some other projects

The Dutch Courtesan project at the University of York led by Professor Michael Cordner in 2013.