The Plays In Performance
Before they joined together as Lord Strange’s Men, the members of the company had been Leicester’s, Lord Admiral’s, and Queen’s Men. It was possible that some of their plays came from these companies. The playwrights who wrote for them also wrote for other companies. This chapter examines the plays of Lord Strange’s Men, arguing that the plays show signs of experiment transforming emblematic technique, creative adaptations of traditional performances, and other techniques prominent elsewhere in the tradition and among their rivals.
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