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Drama (W400): The study of and/or training in acting and stagecraft. May include the study of theatre management and the supervision and production of scenery, costume, lighting etc.

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Document The Banqueting House and The Masque of Augurs: Architecture and Metatheatricality in a Jacobean Masque, Jeremy Newton

The Banqueting House in Whitehall was designed by Inigo Jones and built between 1619 and 1622. Its functions included the staging of masques, and...

Document The Making of English Slave Iconography: Emerging xenophobia toward black Africans in the coat of arms of Sir John Hawkins (1568) and Ben Jonson’s The Masque of Blackness (1605) by Daniel Jan Evans

This article will investigate the developing representations of black Africans during the Tudor and early Stuart periods. The presence of Africans...

Early modern, Tudor, court masque, Ben Jonson, xenophobia, slavery, emblems view
Document The Myth Of The Black Knight: Subverting The Image Of Count Gondomar In Early Modern England, Ernesto Oyarbide Magaña

This article centres its attention on the propaganda produced after the failure of the Spanish Match: the marriage negotiations between Spain and...

17th century, pamphlets view
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