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A Directory of Shakespeare in Performance

A Directory of Shakespeare in Performance, vols. 1-3, includes detailed listings of all the major Shakespeare plays on stage and screen, with performance history, reviews, and notes on staging. 

Praise for Volume 1:  

"...a reference work to be reckoned with."
―Robert Shore, Around the Globe

"There is no disputing the depth of editorial research that has been undertaken in compiling the Directory...This is a substantial work, which will be of great use to scholars of Shakespeare in performance, drama students and the reader with casual interests in theatre."
―Keith M.C. O'Sullivan, Reference Reviews

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