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Court process and performance constructing versions of ‘the truth’

Deliberative Performance of Constitutional Courts

Enacting Libertinism: Court Performance and Literary Culture

Judicial Performance, Membership, and Design at the Court of Justice

kevin curran. Marriage, Performance, and Politics at the Jacobean Court.

Court Festivals of the European Renaissance: Art, Politics and Performance

Seen on Stage: Public Performances in London and the Court

Music in court festivals of state: festival books as sources for performance practices

Caccini’s Stages: Identity and Performance Space in the Late Cinquecento Court

Spaces for Musical Performance in the Este Court in Ferrara (c. 1440–1540)

Henry VIII and the Court: Art, Politics and Performance, ed. Thomas Betteridge and Suzannah Lipscomb

Janette Dillon, The Language of Space in Court Performance, 1400–1625.

Performance Management by Culture in the National Labor Relations Board's Division of Judges and the German Labor Courts of Appeal

Kevin Curran, Marriage, Performance, and Politics at the Jacobean Court.Joanne Rochester, Staging Spectatorship in the Plays of Philip Massinger.

Performance and Competition of Kingship and Court in Le Voyage de Charlemagne à Jerusalem et à Constantinople Real and Imaginary Encounters between the Medieval West and the Middle East

Performances of Advice and Admonition in the Courts of Muslim Rulers of the Ninth to Eleventh Centuries

Which Genial Day? More on the court origin of Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas, with a shortlist of dates for its possible performance before King Charles II


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The official reason for the existence of playing companies was to provide entertainment for the monarch in the traditional festive seasons of Christmas and Easter, and prior public performance was ...

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