MARLOWE: A PERFORMER’S PLAYWRIGHT
This talk, delivered by Chairman of the Marlowe Society, Ken Pickering, explores how Christopher Marlowe’s plays reveal an awareness of the performance possibilities of a Tudor playhouse.
Ken is also the former Professor of Theatre and Visiting Scholar in Communication and Leadership at Gonzaga University, Washington State. He is currently Honorary Professor of Drama at the University of Kent in Marlowe’s home town of Canterbury.
The talk was audio recorded on 18 February 2019 at The Talbot Room of The George Inn, 77 Borough High Street, London.
Click here to listen to Ken’s talk on YouTube