Mark C. Pilkinton


Mark Pilkinton in Washington Hall, 2004

Photo by Matt Cashore
Mark Pilkinton
Mark C. Pilkinton, Ph.D.
Professor

Department of Film, Television, & Theatre
College of Arts & Letters
University of Notre Dame
230F DeBartolo Performing Arts Center
Notre Dame, IN 46556
(574) 631-7171 (office)
(574) 243-9914 (home)
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B.S., University of Memphis, 1969; M.A., University of Virginia, 1971; Ph.D., University of Bristol (England), 1975


Carole Pilkinton


Marie B. DeBartolo Performing Arts Center


Records of Early English Drama: Bristol



BOOKS

Washington Hall at Notre Dame: Crossroads of the University, 1864-2004

University of Notre Dame Press, 2011

Mark Pilkinton

Bristol: Records of Early English Drama

University of Toronto Press, 1997

Mark Pilkinton

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS


“The Effect of the Reformation on the Antagonists in English Drama,” The Journal of Religion and Theatre, 6:1 (Summer 2007), 48-55.

“The Easter Sepulcher at St Mary Redcliffe, Bristol, 1470,” in The Dramatic Tradition of the Middle Ages, ed. Clifford Davidson (New York: AMS Press, 2005), 25-27.

"From Picture to Word to Picture in Tudor and Stuart England: Getting to the Word" and "The True Temptation of Christ: 'To Suffyr temptacion it is grett peyn'" Theatre and Religion 4, Summer 2001, 25-32 & 176-184.

"Reducing 'Theatre of Human Sacrifice' on Your Campus," Religion and Theatre, Summer 1998, 2-13.

"Simultaneous Staging and the Cornish Cycle," Essays in Theatre/Etudes Théâtrales, 11:2 (May 1993), 167-71.

"Playing in the Guildhall, Bristol," Records of Early English Drama Newsletter, 14: 2 (1989), 15-19.

"Entertainment and the Free School of St Bartholomew, Bristol," Records of Early English Drama Newsletter, 13: 2 (1988), 9-13.

"Pageants in Bristol," Records of Early English Drama Newsletter, 13:1 (1988), 8-11.

"New Information on the Playhouse in Wine Street, Bristol," Theatre Notebook, 42:2 (1988), 73-75.

"The Playhouse in Wine Street, Bristol," Theatre Notebook, 37:1 (1983) 14-21.

The Antagonists of English Drama Before 1576, (Ann Arbor: Xerox University Microfilms, 1982). 441 pp. [revised version of Ph.D. dissertation].

"Dispersal and REED," Records of Early English Drama Newsletter, 6: 2 (1981), 12-13.

"The Significance of the Trial Scenes in Ondine and The Madwoman of Chaillot," Modern Drama, 22:2 (June 1979), 109-114.

"The Raising of Lazarus: A Prefiguring Agent to the Harrowing of Hell," Medium Aevum, XLIV:1 (1975), 51-53.


PLAYS DIRECTED


Spurt of Blood, Wings, Antigone, The School For Scandal, Choosing Rick, Barefoot in the Park, Christ's Passion: Medieval Mystery Plays, Ah, Wilderness!, Our Town, Accidental Death of an Anarchist, Twelfth Night, Good, The Tempest (with Robert Stormont), We Won't Pay! We Won't Pay!, Abraham & Isaac, Blithe Spirit, The Mousetrap, The Mandrake, Everyman, The Second Shepherds' Play, Hymn to the Rising Sun, Oedipus Rex, Animal Farm, The Contrast, Murder in the Cathedral, The Piccadilly Two-Stroke


NOTRE DAME THEATRE CHRONOLOGY


Maintained by Mark Pilkinton
created 13 March 2001; updated 24 October 2012