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Submissions from 2014

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The Two Texts of Picnic, David M. Richman

Submissions from 2011

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Common ground or killing quicksand?, David M. Richman

Submissions from 2010

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The Tragicall Historie of Hamlet; Staging the Naughty Quarto, David M. Richman

Submissions from 2009

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When you walk, do you feel like you are dancing?, Deborah A. Kinghorn

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Review of Hamlet without Hamlet, by Margretta De Grazia, David M. Richman

Submissions from 2007

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Kill the messenger: why the living arts reflect the true state of a democracy (a play in one short act), David J. Kaye

Submissions from 2006

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Smelling Their Way to Dover, David M. Richman

Submissions from 2003

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Listening to the Images: My Sightless Insights into Yeats's Plays, David M. Richman

Submissions from 2000

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Passionate action : Yeats's mastery of drama, David M. Richman

Submissions from 1998

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Writing for the Ear: Yeats and Dramatic Speech, David M. Richman

Submissions from 1994

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Yeats, Personality, and Cathleen ni Houlihan, David M. Richman

Submissions from 1992

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Review of Analyzing Shakespeare's Action, by Charles and Elaine Hallett and The Actor in History, by David Greene, David M. Richman

Submissions from 1990

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Laughter, pain, and wonder : Shakespeare's comedies and the audience in the theater, David M. Richman

Submissions from 1989

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Train 713 in America, David M. Richman

Submissions from 1988

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Review of The American Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford, 1955-1985, by Roberta Krensky Cooper, David M. Richman

Submissions from 1986

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The King Lear Quarto in Rehearsal and Performance, David M. Richman

Submissions from 1984

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Dramatic Symbiosis in Much Ado About Nothing, David M. Richman

Submissions from 1983

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Directing Middleton's Comedy, David M. Richman

Submissions from 1982

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Education of a Blind Director, David M. Richman

Submissions from 1974

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Directing Freshwater, David M. Richman