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*York Plays, The>>
 
*York, England>>
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* The York Cycle: From Stage to Page [NetSERF Select]
The texts of the York Corpus Christi Pageants in Middle English. "The . . . texts were prepared by comparing the 1885 Smith edition of The York Plays with the 1982 Beadle Edition. "

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* The York Plays: A Modernization

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* York Doomsday Project
"This has grown from a multimedia computer project on the fifteenth-century York Mystery Plays, arguably the most famous of the cycles, into a research project exploring all aspects of the plays and their various social, intellectual, religious, and theatrical contexts. It also aims to present the surviving evidence around the original performance in a completely new way, using both traditional and innovative techniques."

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* York Cycle of Mystery Plays: Toronto 1998
"The pictures on this website were taken during the performance of the York Cycle of Mystery Plays in Toronto on June 20, 1998. The performance was organized under the auspices of the Poculi Ludique Societas, a society dedicated to the preservation and performance of early English drama. The Toronto performance was the first outdoor processional presentation of the entire cycle of 47 surviving plays since the final performance in York in 1569. The event was a useful experiment for theatre historians interested in determining whether the entire cycle could be performed processionally on a single day. Even more importantly, however, it was also a genuinely entertaining and profoundly moving theatrical experience for audience and actors alike."

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