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Publications


This page contains complete details of my publications to date.

Articles

  • ""Eke our our performance with your minds": the impact of the RSC's Complete Works Festival on audience expectations and involvement."
    Cahiers Elisabethains. Special Issue (2007). 99-102.
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  • ""What's Past is Prologue": Negotiating the Authority of Tense in Reviewing Shakespeare." Shakespeare 6:3 (2010), 337-42.
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  • "The First Collected 'Shakespeare Apocrypha'." Shakespeare Quarterly 62:4 (2011), 594-601.
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  • ""Persons may easily play it": Problems of Popularity for Mucedorus." The Elizabethan Top Ten. Eds. Andy Kesson and Emma Smith. Commissioned for 2012.
  • "Pedagogy and Resources." Twelfth Night. Continuum Critical Guides. Eds. Alison Findlay and Liz Oakley Brown. Commissioned for 2012.
  • "Apocrypha and Canonical Expansion in the Marketplace; Or, My Shakespeare's Bigger Than Yours." Philological Quarterly Special Issue. Commissioned for 2012.

 

RSC Stage Histories

I have contributed stage histories for several of the single editions in the RSC Shakespeare series, edited by Jonathan Bate and Eric Rasmussen. These essays cover the performance history of a play from original staging to the most recent important productions.

Editorial projects

  • Associate Editor for Collaborative Plays by Shakespeare and Others. Eds. Jonathan Bate and Eric Rasmussen. Forthcoming with Macmillan, 2012.

Book reviews

  • Carson, Christie, and Farah Karim-Cooper (eds.). Shakespeare's Globe: A Theatrical Experiment. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2008. Reviewed for Arts Professional 194 (2009), 7
  • Craig, Hugh, and Arthur J. Kinney (eds.). Shakespeare, Computers, and the Mystery of Authorship. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009. Reviewed for Early Theatre 13.1 (2010), 159-63.
  • Hammond, Brean (ed.). Double Falsehood. The Arden Shakespeare. London: Methuen & Co., 2010. Reviewed for Editionen in der Kritik 4 (2011), 36-43.

 

Theatre reviews (academic books and journals)

Review Articles

Law and Humanities

  • ""If The Law Could Forgive as Soon as I": a Review of A Yorkshire Tragedy at the White Bear Theatre Pub, London, January 2010." 4:1 (2010), 162-8.

Shakespeare

  • "Chasing Windmills: An Identity Crisis in Double Falsehood at the Union Theatre, Southwark. Shakespeare (Special Issue on Shakespeare and Fletcher). 7:3 (2011), 329-34.

 

Reviews

Edited collections

"Theobald Restor'd: Double Falsehood at the Union Theatre, Southwark." The Quest for Cardenio: Shakespeare, Fletcher, and the Lost Play. Eds. David Carnegie and Gary Taylor. Oxford: Oxford University Press, forthcoming (2012).

Shakespeare

  • The Taming of the Shrew, RSC, 2008. 4:3 (2008), 328-31.
  • A Midsummer Night's Dream, RSC, 2008. 4:4 (2008), 455-8.
  • Twelfth Night, Filter, 2008. 5:1 (2009), 114-7.
  • The Winter's Tale, RSC, 2009. 5:3 (2009), 319-22.
  • Julius Caesar, RSC, 2009. 5:4 (2009), 455-8.
  • As You Like It, RSC, 2009. 6:1 (2010), 99-102.
  • Twelfth Night, RSC, 2009. 6:2 (2010), 246-9.
  • Roman Tragedies, Toneelgroep Amsterdam, 2010. 6:4 (2010), 478-82.
  • Richard III/ The Comedy of Errors. Propeller Theatre, 2011. 8:1 (2012), forthcoming.

Shakespeare Bulletin

  • The Winter's Tale, Shakespeare's Globe Touring, 2008. 27:2 (2009), 340-3.
  • Love's Labour's Lost, Rose Theatre Kingston, 2008. 27:2 (2009), 315-9.
  • Dido, Queen of Carthage, National Theatre, 2009. 27:4 (2009), 656-9.
  • Women Beware Women, National Theatre, 2010. 28:4 (2010), 517-21.
  • Soliman and Perseda, Trifle Productions, 2010. 28:4 (2010), 564-7.
  • Richard II/ The Comedy of Errors, Shakespeare at the Tobacco Factory, 2011. 29:3 (2011), 407-414.
  • Cymbeline, Kneehigh, 2006. 30:1 (2012), 56-7.

Cahiers Elisabethains

  • (With Kath Bradley) The Two Gentlemen of Verona, Nos do Morro/Gallery 37, 2006. Special Issue (2007), 52-3.
  • Macbeth: Who is that Bloodied Man?, Teatr Biuro Podrozy, 2008. 74 (2008), 73-4.
  • Romeo and Juliet, RSC, 2008. 75 (2009), 75-8.
  • As You Like It, Dash Arts/Leicester Theatre Trust, 2009. 75 (2009), 86-7.
  • Julius Caesar and Antony and Cleopatra, Shakespeare at the Tobacco Factory, 2009. 76 (2009), 45-7.
  • The Merchant of Venice, Propeller, 2009. 77 (2010), 69-71.
  • A Midsummer Night's Dream, Propeller, 2009. 77 (2010), 68-9.
  • Antony and Cleopatra, RSC, 2010. 78 (2010), 67-8.
  • Cardenio, RSC, 2011. 80 (2011), 68-70.
  • The City Madam, RSC, 2011. 80 (2011), 67-8.
  • A Midsummer Night's Dream, Filter, 2011. Forthcoming.

Research Opportunities in Medieval and Renaissance Drama

  • Arden of Faversham, Em-Lou Productions, 2010. Forthcoming.
  • Double Falsehood, University of Warwick Shakespeare Society, 2010. Forthcoming.

Shakespeare Criticism

  • The Taming of the Shrew, RSC, 2008. Vol. 135 (2010).

 

Online Publications

University of Warwick Knowledge Centre

The Bardathon

  • This is my personal theatre blog, an experiment in bringing the principles of the academic review into an immediate, journalistic medium. It includes less formal reviews of over 200 theatre productions.

The Guardian performing arts blog

Shakespeare Revue

  • I contribute regularly to this international Shakespearean performance website.

Internet Shakespeare Editions

  • I am an occasional contributor to this online resource.

University of Warwick Research Exchange

As a Web Writer, I have contributed several articles on PhD issues to the graduate portal of Warwick Library's Research Exchange.

Currently working on:

* A book essay on Mucedorus for The Elizabethan Top Ten (Ashgate, 2012).

* An article on canon for Philological Quarterly.

Cahiers Elisabethains Complete Works Issue 
Cahiers Elisabethains Special Issue 2007

The Merchant of Venice
The Merchant of Venice. Ed. Jonathan Bate and Eric Rasmussen, Palgrave 2010.

 

Shakespeare
Shakespeare's Globe: A Theatrical Experiment
Reviewed for Arts Professional

Shakespeare, Computers, and the Mystery of Authorship

Shakespeare, Computers, and the Mystery of Authorship
Reviewed for Early Theatre