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‘The set was ruined white brick building beneath a twisted metal sky. In the middle stood a scaffold, to be used as a bower, a stage, a prison to which Andrea’s ghost would be chained, a marriage rostrum and, first of all, used for hanging prisoners at the end of the war.’


Tony Howard, ‘Renaissance Drama Productions: Kyd – The Spanish Tragedy 1978, Research Opportunities in Renaissance Drama, 21 (1978), 64-6 (64-5)