Dawn Lewcock

Dawn Lewcock (BEd, ADB, LGSM, PhD) recently retired from teaching the history of theatre and drama for the Institute of Continuing Education, Cambridge University.

In addition to having published in many journals, Dr. Lewcock contributed to Aphra Behn Studies (CUP 1996) edited by Janet Todd, acted as an adviser and provided six entries for The Continuum Encyclopaedia of British Literature (2003) edited by Steven Serafin and Valarie Grosvenor Meyer, and wrote a chapter on the English pantomime audience for Audience Participation (Praeger 2003) edited by Susan Kattwinkel. Her book Aphra Behn Stages the Social Scene in the Restoration Theatre was published by Cambria Press in September 2008 and Sir William Davenant, the Court Masque and the Seventeenth-century Scenic Stage c1605-c1700 was published by Cambria Press in January 2009. She has contributed sixteen articles to the Literary Encyclopedia.

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