Doublet, Breeches, and Shirt
Bodleian Library ms. Wood E.4, fol. 23 (Heylyn's memoirs), quoted by Elliott-Nelson, REED Oxford I.440:
November 23. Mr Stonehouse (magdalen college) chosen Lord & solemnely inaugurated in ye Christmas Holidaies, in whichi pomp I personated ye Duke of Helicon, the 1st peere of his principalitie & in Ianuary following, my shew of doublet, breeches & shirt was presented before them.
Produced at Magdalen College, Oxford, January 1620.
Christmas Show (Wagonheim rev. Harbage)
Possible Narrative and Dramatic Sources or Analogues
References to the Play
Only Heylin's memoirs, cited above.
For What It's Worth
Alfred Harbage, Sylvia S. Wagonheim, Samuel Schoenbaum. Annals of English Drama, 975-1700. London: Routledge, 1989. Print.
REED Oxford 1.
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