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For general questions about plays and theatrical performances as works of literature. If your question is about a specific play, use the title and author tags instead.

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To my knowledge, the only Elizabethan or Jacobean play that is a sequel to a Shakespeare play is The Woman's Prize, or the Tamer Tamed by John Fletcher, a play that was first performed in 1609 – 1610. …
answered Dec 2 '17 by Christophe Strobbe
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After some more research, I found the answer to my question. According to The Growth Of English Drama by Arnold Wynne (p. 176), [George Peele's play] Sir Clyomon and Sir Clamydes merits a passing …
answered Dec 27 '17 by Christophe Strobbe