Aphra Behn Stages the Social Scene in the Restoration Theatre

by Dawn Lewcock

About Dawn Lewcock

Dawn Lewcock (BEd, ADB, LGSM, PhD) recently retired as tutor and lecturer teaching the history of theatre and drama at the Institute of Continuing Education at Cambridge University. She was an associate by examination of the Drama Board (now amalgamated with the Royal Society of Arts), and holds a teaching diploma in speech and drama from the London Guildhall School of Music and Drama. She holds a BEd (Hons) and a PhD from Cambridge University.

In addition to having published in many journals, Dr. Lewcock contributed to Aphra Behn Studies (Cambridge University Press) edited by Janet Todd, acted as an adviser and provided six entries for the Continuum Encyclopaedia of British Literature (2003) edited by Steven Serafin and Valarie Grosvenor Meyer, and wrote a chapter on the English pantomime audience for Audience Participation (2003) edited by Susan Kattwinkel.


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