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John Astington

John H. Astington
Professor of English and Drama

jh.astington@utoronto.ca

Teaching
Drama and Theatre History

Degrees
B.A. (Leeds), M.A. (McMaster), Ph.D. (Toronto).

Research
English drama and theatre 1400-1700, English-language drama and theatre since 1945. Anglo-European cultural contact, 1500-1700. Relationships among visual arts, theatre, and literature. Book project: Stage and Picture in the English Renaissance (Cambridge UP, 2016).  Forthcoming:essay in La Salle de spectacle rectangulaire en France et en Europe (Brepols). 

Books
Actors and Acting in Shakespeare’s Time: The Art of Stage Playing (Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2010 [& pb]; online 2012)

English Court Theatre, 1558-1642 (Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1999; pb 2006)

The Development of Shakespeare’s Theater, ed. (New York: AMS, 1992)

Recent Publications

“Audiences,” The Cambridge Guide to the Worlds of Shakespeare, ed. Bruce Smith (Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2016, & online); “His Theatre Friends: The Burbages,” The Shakespeare Circle, ed. Paul Edmondson and Stanley Wells (Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2015, & online); “Pastoral Imagery in The Merchant of Venice,” Word & Image, 31 (2015), & online; “Lumpers and Splitters,” Lost Plays in Shakespeare’s England, ed. David McInnis and Matthew Steggle (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014, & online); “An Afterpiece and its Afterlife: a Jacobean Jig,” English Literary Renaissance, 44 (2014); “Why the Theatres Changed,” Moving Shakespeare Indoors: Performance and Repertoire in the Jacobean Playhouse, ed. Andrew Gurr and Farah Karim-Cooper (Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2014, & online); “Going at the Theatre,” Theatre Notebook, 66 (2012); “Venus on the Thames,” Shakespeare Studies, 39 (2011); “Macbeth and Modern Politics,” Shakespeare, Adaptation, Modern Drama, ed. Randall Martin and Katherine Scheil (Toronto: U of Toronto P, 2011); “Will Sommers’ Suit: Illustration of Early Modern Performance,” Popular Entertainment Studies, 2 (2011); Edited Forum on “The Universities and the Theater,” Shakespeare Studies, 37 (2009); “Shakespeare’s Actors,” Literature Compass (2009); “Court Theatre,” The Oxford Handbook of Early Modern Theatre, ed. Richard Dutton (Oxford: Oxford UP, 2009; pb 2011; Oxford Handbooks Online, 2012); “Visual Texts: Thomas Middleton and Prints,” Thomas Middleton and Early Modern Textual Culture, ed. G. Taylor et al. (Oxford: Oxford UP, 2007; pb 2013; Oxford Scholarly Editions Online, 2012).


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