Theatre Notebook

Articles from Vol. 66, No. 1, February

"Finest Printing on the Road": The Importance of Poster Advertising for Touring Theatre Companies around the Turn of the Twentieth Century
In 1899, the poster artist John Hassall complained that in this "machine and devil driven England" the dictates of art too often gave way to the vulgar demands of business. This was a typical complaint of the leading posters artists of the period....
Margaret Gibson's Letters to Her Mother 1931-40
In memory of Carola Hicks 1941-2010 On 11 December 1935 a young woman seeking to establish herself in the acting profession firmly demonstrated her growing independence in a letter written back home to Scotland from her lodgings near Victoria Station...
The Phenomenology of Non-Theatre Sites on Audience
[FIGURE 1 OMITTED] [FIGURE 2 OMITTED] "Art exists that one may recover the sensation of life: it exists to make one feel things" Victor Shklovsky (12) During Look Left Look Right's You Once Said Yes (2011), a series of one-on-one encounters...
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