||Introduction -- PERIOD TRENDS. Dramatic Censorship: Social Cohesion and Division / Richard Dutton -- What is an audience? / Stephen Orgel -- Lower-Class Theatre Communities under the Early Stuarts / Andrew Gurr -- The Professional and Linguistic Communities of Early Modern Dramatists / Anupam Basu, Jonathan Hope, and Michael Witmore -- Collaborative Playwrights and Community-Making / Suzanne Gossett -- For Love not Money: Community-making in Non-commercial Drama / Alison Findlay -- Disgust and Delight: Apollo Shroving, The Roaring Girl, and Community Theatre / Ros King -- Musical Community in Early Modern Theatre / David Lindley -- Honour Dishonoured: The Communicational Workings of Early Stuart Tragedy and Tragi-comedy / Roger D. Sell -- INDIVIDUAL PLAYWRIGHTS. Community and Shakespearean Metonymy: Antony and Cleopatra / Ann Thompson and John O. Thompson -- The Communities of George Chapman's All Fools / Tom Rutter -- Ben Jonson: Madness and Community / Richard Harp -- Plotting, Ambiguity, and Community in the Plays of Beaumont and Fletcher / Lucy Munro -- Cary, Community, and Audience / Ramona Wray -- Rotting Together? The Quest for Community in Webster's Tragedies / Helen Wilcox -- Cut my heart in sums: Community-Making and Breaking in the Prodigal Drama of Thomas Middleton / Andrew Hiscock -- Massinger's Divided Communities / Martin Butler -- Antisocial Ford / Martin Wiggins -- Contingencies of Time and Place: A Contention for Honour and Riches, James Shirley, and the School Community / Anthony W. Johnson.