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Abbreviations List of illustrations Acknowledgements List of contributors Introduction, Patricia Lennox and Bella Mirabella Brief Overview: A Stage History of Shakespeare and Costume, Russell Jackson Part I: Dressing Shakespeare in His Own Time - Theatre, Fashion, and Social Practice 1. 'The Compass of a Lie'? Royal Clothing at Court and in the Plays of Shakespeare, 1598-1613, Maria Hayward, University of Southampton, UK 2. Suits of Green: Festive Livery on Shakespeare's Stage, Erika T. Lin, George Mason University, USA 3. 'Honest Clothes' in The Merry Wives of Windsor, Catherine Richardson, University of Kent, UK 4. How to Do Things with Shoes, Natasha Korda, Wesleyan University, USA 5. 'Apparel oft Proclaims the Man': Dressing Othello on the English Renaissance Stage, Bella Mirabella, NYU Gallatin, USA Part II: Designing Shakespeare: Theatrical Practice and Costume 6. The Stylish Shepherd, or, What to Wear in As You Like It's Forest of Arden, Russell Jackson, University of Birmingham, UK 7. How Designers Helped Juliet's Nurse Reclaim her Bawdy, Patricia Lennox, NYU Gallatin, USA 8. Shakespeare Stripped: Costuming Prisoner-of-war Entertainments and Cabaret, Kate Dorney, Victoria and Albert Museum, London, UK Part III: Interviews with Contemporary Designers 9. The Designers, Joan Greenwood and Robert Morgan Notes Index
Patricia Lennox is Global Lecturer at New York University, USA. Bella Mirabella is Associate Professor at NYU Gallatin, USA. She specializes in Renaissance studies, with a focus on drama, theater, performance and gender.