Abstract

This article discusses the need for electronic research tools in writing theatre history, especially when considering aspects of physical staging. In the course of comparing and contrasting two databases dedicated to Restoration theatre currently under construction, namely the author's database of Restoration Stage Directions and that of the University of Seville's Restoration Comedy Project, it outlines how a correctly designed database can act not only as a convenient example generator, but can also suggest new lines of research

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