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If you liked "Shakespeare in Love"

Poster: Heather Bryden <bryden@hers.com>

OK, the history was a bit muddled, but the film's a lot of fun.  And if
you're interested in learning more about James Burbage, Philip Henslowe, or
Richard Alleyne, you can check out the latest issue of The Compleat

The issue is, "The Lord Chateleyne's Men:  The Development of an
Elizabethan Player's Company."  It includes a history of the companies, the
establishment of a company in the SCA, a company charter, and a sample
player's contract.  Not to mention a wonderful bibliography to get you
started in your own research!

"The Lord Chateleyne's Men:  The Development of an Elizabethan Player's
Company" is available for $4.00 (plus postage for first class mail or
foreign shipping) from:

The Society for Creative Anachronism, Inc.
SCA Marketplace
P.O. Box 360789
Milpitas, CA  95036-0789

Elisabeth MacAlester of Kintyre
Editor, The Compleat Anachronist
and Shameless Flack

Tom Rettie                                         tom@his.com
Heather Bryden                                 bryden@hers.com

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