Mitchell, a comic actor of great quiet humour and originality, who is well remembered and esteemed by London playgoers
The edges of the metropolis were physically and socially demarcated by playwrights and playgoers
Last season's "Laughter on the 23rd Floor" by Simon was a smash sellout, so playgoers
are advised to order tickets early.
There were no playgoers
during the earliest days of London's public playhouses.
In Passionate Playgoing Allison Hobgood invites us to imagine the porous, susceptible, 'corporeally gener[ous]' (61), humoural bodies of playgoers
in the theatres of early modern England and consider not only what they might have felt, but also how their presence was essential to the production of affective meaning.
Newcomer describes what "A Midsummer Night's Dream" playgoers
will find there as "a great setting with shade tentings, live musical accompaniment, two spectacularly designed and artistically fashioned periaktoi for our set, all the splendors of nature and the fairy world .
sense, especially in retrospect, that these adversaries, for the doctor, are objects not much different from the hundreds of books he has digested.
This book cites his writing as a oworld of words,o with language that brings beauty, critical energy, historicity and semantic inexhaustibility and continues to be inhabited by thousands of people--readers playgoers
, students and teachers, performers, filmmakers, composers.
Swelling--dilation--remains the Chorus's focus in the play's small details, such as his urging playgoers
in their mind's eye to "behold the threaden sails" of King Henry's armada,
His first play to go into print will be According to Claudia, which introduced the new season by Newport Playgoers
at the 400-seat Dolman Theatre in September.
He was "smoking and smacking playgoers
at the venue on their rear ends and back of heads" too.
Allison Hobgood's central thesis is that early modern playgoers
were co-creators of theatrical emotion, and we need to understand early modern dramatic texts in terms of their reciprocity.