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Talking to Terrorists Oberon Modern Plays. View Wishlist. What also is not as readily recollected, however, are the names of those that came before Shakespeare. Thus, research fellows and investigators Dr. Andy Kesson, Dr. Lucy Munro, and Dr. Q: How did you arrive to studying early modern commercial spectacle?
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Q: Within the realms of early modern commercial theatre, your research interests include spectacle as entertainment. What in the pre-Shakespeare early modern drama constituted as spectacles of the time? Might a visit to, say, The Curtain, the Cross Keys, or Newington Butts involve a range of recreational activities and spectacles?
The PhD student attached the project, Robbie Hand, is also engaging with questions of spectacle; his thesis explores the visual culture of s theatre.
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CD: The Before Shakespeare project was set up by Andy [Kesson] and Lucy [Munro]; joining as a postdoctoral research fellow, I was thrilled by the opportunity to delve deeper and further back into the materials of theatre history, extending the interests of my doctoral research. Performance, archaeology, and archival research are at the centre of the project; the exchange between them is challenging and stimulating, generating and exploring fresh questions about the period, its playing spaces, and plays.
Q: How did you arrive to studying early modern commercial theatre? How has your focus on canonical figures in early modern theatre such as Shakespeare, Spenser, Milton,Jonson, etc. LM: Much of my research has tried to situate literary and dramaturgical experimentation in terms of the structures of the commercial theatre industry.
Great as Shakespeare was, I found Malfi and Edward II far more immediate in both their writing and their subject matter, so I became intrigued quite early on by the relationship between Shakespeare and his contemporaries and the way the former seemed to have been canonised at the expense of the latter.