The Kathleen Barker Award of the Society for Theatre Research: to Arthur Millie, a schoolteacher and amateur historian, for a history of the Salisbury Playhouse, of which he is the archivist.
The Stephen Joseph Award of the Society for Theatre Research: to Sarah Wood, a freelance film maker and photographer, for production of a video installation about performance space and theatre architecture.
Dr Giovanna Buonanno for work on British theories of acting in the 18th and 19th centuries, using acting manuals and books of rhetoric.
Dr Katharine Cockin for work on a catalogue of the Edith Craig and Ellen Terry archives at Smallhythe Place.
Professor Jim Davis and Professor Victor Emeljanow of the University of Newcastle, New South Wales, for a book on Interpreting the Audience: London Theatre-Going 1840-1880.
Nick Hunt of Rose Bruford College, for the restoration of a Light Console, formerly at the Theatre Royal Bristol.
Dr Valerie Lucas of the University of Surrey at Roehampton, for a subvention for photographs for a book entitled Shakespeare at the Crossroads of Culture, about Shakespearean productions in Europe and Asia.
Robert Ormsby, a doctoral student at the University of Toronto, for work on a late 20th century performance history of Coriolanus.
Leon Robinson, a dance researcher, for work on Les Ballets Négres,
Professor Simon Shepherd for work on The Stage 1814-16 - a short-lived but interesting publication of which only one copy remains.
Total awards granted in 2001 came to £4,050.
Including the above, the Society has now made grants totalling £54,750 to 130 recipients since the first awards in 1988.
Research Awards Main Page
26th May 2008
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