30 min

Just For Fun: Medieval Secular Theatre The History Of European Theatre

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Episode 60
Religious theatre dominated the Medieval period, but there are some examples of works written just for fun and entertainment.
How celebrations like The Feast of Fools, The Boy Bishop and The Feast of Asses developed into secular theatre.
The rise and influence of the travelling players and the church reaction to some of their work.
The French travelling players Rutebeuf and Adam De La Hale.
French Medieval comedy
The establishment of performers guilds and the role of the player in service of a king or lord.
A rare example of political satire in Medieval France.
The Interlude and the work of Henry Medwell and John Hayward


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www.thehistoryofeuropeantheatre.com
www.patreon.com/thoept
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Episode 60
Religious theatre dominated the Medieval period, but there are some examples of works written just for fun and entertainment.
How celebrations like The Feast of Fools, The Boy Bishop and The Feast of Asses developed into secular theatre.
The rise and influence of the travelling players and the church reaction to some of their work.
The French travelling players Rutebeuf and Adam De La Hale.
French Medieval comedy
The establishment of performers guilds and the role of the player in service of a king or lord.
A rare example of political satire in Medieval France.
The Interlude and the work of Henry Medwell and John Hayward


To support the podcast:
www.thehistoryofeuropeantheatre.com
www.patreon.com/thoept
www.ko-fi.com/thoetp


This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis:

Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy

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