Details from Glasgow University MS Hunter 229 fol. 21v

25 March 2017


Cultures of Performance


This year the Medieval English Theatre Meeting on Cultures of Performance
will be hosted by Pamela M. King and Eila Williamson at the University of Glasgow



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Friday 24th March

19.30 Dinner at Zizzi, 8 Cresswell Lane, Glasgow G12 8AA [View Map].
All METh delegates invited.

Saturday 25th March
James Arnott Theatre, Gilmourhill, Glasgow G12 [View Map]

9.00-9.30 Registration and coffee


9.30-11.00 John Marshall:
‘Cultures of Performance: "He's One of Our Own"; Claiming Robin Hood by Royalty, the Gentry, and the Middling Sort' (double-length opening presentation)
Camille Marshall:
‘Confessional Self-Derision in Performance and the Towneley Shepherds’ Plays
Marija Krnic:
‘Performing piety in a divided community: healing powers of saints’ plays’


11.00-11.30 Coffee/Tea break


11.30-12.45 Sarah Carpenter:
‘Performing the Courtly Joust’
Diana Wyatt:
‘Elizabeth Nevile’s Wedding Entertainments: performance and participation at a Yorkshire family celebration in 1526’
Peter Happé :
'Cultures of Performance in Interludes'


12.45-14.15 Lunch and participatory performance experiments (Elisabeth Dutton)


14.15-15.00 Tom Pettitt:
‘Introducing Interaxionality’
Sarah Brazil:
‘A Critical Reassessment of Dramatic Terminology, or the Problem with "Mimesis"’


14.15-15.00 Round Table
Tamara Haddad:
(feedback from graduate workshop)
Jodi-Anne George:
(Directing Medieval Drama)
Clare Egan:
(The Commonplace Book of Richard Shann)
Laura Rice:
(Festival of Britain, 1951)


16.00-16.20 Tea


16.20-16.45 Katie Normington: 'Being Phil Butterworth: Magic, fire and challenging conventions!'


16.45 METh AGM: agenda


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