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Sites about Henry VI, Part 3
by William Shakespeare
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- Alarums and Defeats: Henry VI on Tour
- "The importance of provincial touring to early modern performance culture hasundergone a substantial re-assessment in recent years, opening up the possibility oftouring as a new context for criticism. Shakespeare's 3 Henry VI is thought to havebeen toured by Pembroke's Men in the early 1590s. This paper suggests that the playwas written to be toured and attempts a reading of the play's treatment of regionaland social identity which is located in a provincial, touring milieu. The EnglishShakespeare's Company's late 1980s tour of the play (the first tour since the 1590s)affords an opportunity to explore how the play 'works' in a touring context."
- Contains: Historical Context,
- Author: Stuart Hampton-Reeves
- From: Early Modern Literary Studies 5.2 (September, 1999): 1.1-18
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