July 1996
Medieval English Theatre;1996, Vol. 18, p2
Academic Journal
Information about two "Medieval English Theatre" meetings held in 1996 and in 1998 on folk drama is presented. Topics include medieval theatre, various modes of performance in folk theatre, and the creation of an editorial board. The meetings featured several experts including Max Harris, Sarah Carpenter, and Phil Butterworth.


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