Weekly Reading for Medieval Theatre (updated for 2014-5)

Week 5, Crucifixion and Resurrection

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Week 5, Crucifixion and Resurrection:

Towneley, The Scourging (H); York (Shearman) Christ Led to Calvary (Mich); York (Pinners and Painters) Crucifixion (W, H); Chester (Fletchers, Bowyers, Coopers and Stringers) Trial and Flagellation (Mach); Chester (Ironmongers) Crucifixion (Mach); York (Saddlers) Harrowing of Hell (W) ; Chester (Cooks) Harrowing of Hell (Mach); York (Carpenters) Resurrection (W, H); Chester (Skinners) Resurrection and the Three Maries (Mach).

The Treatise of Miraclis Pleyinge (extracts) in Walker, ed. Medieval Drama, 196-200.

Laurence M. Clopper, ‘Miracula, Ludi inhonesti, “Somergames,” and the Tretise of Miraclis Pleyinge’, chapter 2 of Drama, Play, and Game: English Festive Culture in the Medieval and Early Modern Period (University of Chicago Press, 2001), 63-107. (CoEx)

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