Summary: Digital images of 2,200 manuscript pages from the Dulwich College archive papers of Edward Alleyn and Philip Henslowe. Includes the famous Diary and so much more besides, supported by ‘Digital Essays’.
Summary: A wonderful labour of love by Peter Lukacs who is producing an extensive set of non-Shakespearean downloadable play texts with a wealth of detailed annotations, including Marlowe’s (Dido; Tamburlaine Pt I & Pt II; Edward II) plus a series of essays to aid appreciation of the language and verse.
Summary:Mr. William Shakespeare and the Internet is a large and comprehensive index of links collated and maintained by Terry Gray to all manner of Shakespearean material the length and breadth of the web. The site has recently sprung back to life with help from the accompanying Mr. Shakespeare’s blog.
Summary: The Record of Early English Drama project examines historical MSS that provide external evidence of drama and other communal entertainment from the Middle Ages until 1642. This wonderful online resource includes searchable Patrons and Performance records, and a list of print collections.
Summary: The Royal Shakespeare Company focuses on performing works by Shakespeare, other renaissance dramatists and contemporary writers at theatres in Stratford-upon-Avon, London, and Newcastle. Find out what’s on, book tickets, and read about the RSC, and information about your visit.