2019 Conference: The Roman Actor

The Malone Society is proud to host its 2019 conference at the Shakespeare Institute in Stratford-upon-Avon on Saturday 6 July. This year we focus on Philip Massinger’s powerful creation, The Roman Actor. The play, which premiered in 1626, is one of Massinger’s crucial achievements as a dramatist, a piece full of dark humour and metatheatrical … Read more2019 Conference: The Roman Actor

Antonio’s Revenge: A One-Day Conference

The Playhouse Lab, the Oxford Marston, and The Malone Society present John Marston’s Antonio’s Revenge: a one-day conference Workshop Theatre, University of Leeds Saturday, 7 July 2018 This one-day conference will focus on Marston’s riveting revenge tragedy, an unfairly neglected jewel of late Elizabethan drama which resonates with Shakespeare’s Hamlet and other classic revenge tragedies of the … Read moreAntonio’s Revenge: A One-Day Conference

Performances in the Clifford Household

This is a guest blog-post by Professor C.E. McGee, who was the recipient of the Colin Baldwin Fellowship for 2017 for his work on the Records of Early English Drama (REED).   The Emerging Picture of Performances in the Clifford Household Thanks to a grant from the Malone Society, I had the opportunity to spend several … Read morePerformances in the Clifford Household

John Edward Kerry Prize: Guest Post by Amy Lidster

Amy Lidster is currently studying for her PhD at King’s College London. She was the 2015 winner of the John Edward Kerry Prize, a competition open to postgraduate students worldwide. The winner of the 2016 competition will be announced shortly, and the 2017 competition will close on 23 April 2017.   Texts and Paratexts: Assessing the … Read moreJohn Edward Kerry Prize: Guest Post by Amy Lidster