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articles relating to early modern theatre.
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I'm mostly working on articles related to early modern English theatre at the moment. I'll also be returning to Bertolt Brecht and related articles. My most substanital contribution to a single article so far is probably Konstantin Stanislavski, which I wrote. I also created the List of productions directed by Konstantin Stanislavski as a resource to support that article. My most recent creations (August 2016) are:

Slowly working my way up to overview articles on early modern English theatre and medieval theatre. History/theory of theatre, drama, acting, cinema more broadly.

I haven't always kept track of the others, but are detailed here. Any comments are welcome on my talk page.

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