Master of Arts
Frank S. Hook
In many Elizabethan plays there appear stage directions calling for various shops, tents, caves, and arbours. These direction, coupled with the astonishing repertorial rate of the Elizabethan companies, have led scholars to conclude that a special playing area for interior scenese was an integral part of the Elizabethan public stage.
Little, Joseph Robert, "The booth on the elizabethan public stage" (1968). Theses and Dissertations. 3663.