Since it was founded in 1984, well over 500 articles, review essays, and book reviews have appeared on the journal's pages. The topics addressed have ranged from local drama in the Shrewsbury borough records to issues of staging in the Elizabethan playhouses to authorship studies of John Webster.
The journal is committed to the publication of a wide range of views and approaches, as well as to an equally wide exploration of early drama and its contexts prior to 1642.
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