William Haughton (mort à Londres en juillet 1605) est un dramaturge anglais de la période élisabéthaine. Entre les années 1597 et 1602, il a collaboré à de nombreuses pièces avec Henry Chettle, Thomas Dekker, John Day, Richard Hathway et Wentworth Smith.

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  • William Haughton (mort à Londres en juillet 1605) est un dramaturge anglais de la période élisabéthaine. Entre les années 1597 et 1602, il a collaboré à de nombreuses pièces avec Henry Chettle, Thomas Dekker, John Day, Richard Hathway et Wentworth Smith.
  • William Haughton (died 1605) was an English playwright in the age of English Renaissance theatre. During the years 1597 to 1602 he collaborated in many plays with Henry Chettle, Thomas Dekker, John Day, Richard Hathwaye and Wentworth Smith.Most of what little biographical information there is about him is derived from the papers of Philip Henslowe, proprietor of the Rose Theatre. Henslowe's earliest reference to him refers to him as "young" Haughton. He wrote all his known dramatic work for Henslowe, for production by the Admiral's Men and Worcester's Men. (Henslowe's papers refer to Haughton as Hawton, Hauton, Haughtoun, Haulton, Howghton, Horton, Harton, and Harvghton—a fine example of the famously flexible Elizabethan orthography. His name is spelled Houghton in his 1605 will.)A merry comedy entitled Englishmen for My Money, or A Woman will have her Will (1598) is ascribed to his sole authorship, and Fleay credits him with a considerable share in Patient Grissel (1599). The latter attribution has been confirmed and refined by W. L. Halstead and by Cyrus Hoy (1980), giving the subplot concerning Sir Owen the Welsh Knight and his wife Gwenthyan, as well as that concerning the Duke's sister Julia and her three foolish suitors to Haughton, leaving the main plot to Dekker and Chettle.On 10 March 1600 Henslowe lent Haughton ten shillings "to release him out of The Clink".The Devil and his Dame, mentioned as a forthcoming play by Henslowe in March 1600, is identified by Fleay as Grim the Collier of Croydon, which was printed in 1662. In this play an emissary is sent from the infernal regions to report on the conditions of married life on earth. This attribution has recently been confirmed by William M Baillie (see below).Grim is reprinted in vol. viii, and Englishmen for My Money iii, vol. 5, of WC Hazlitt's edition of Dodsley's Old Plays. Englishmen for My Money was edited in old-spelling by A. C. Baugh in 1917, and appeared as a Tudor Facsimile Text in 1911. Grim has been edited by William L. Baillie as part of A Choice Ternary of English Plays: Gratiae Theatrales (1984), and appeared as a Tudor Facsimile Text in 1912. Patient Grissell appears in Fredson Bowers' edition of Dekker's Dramatic Works. In May of 1600 he brokered a play to Henslowe called The English Fugitives based on Lewes Lewknor's The Estate of English Fugitives published in 1595.Haughton received an M.A. from Oxford in 1604. Haughton made his will on 6 June 1605, with his sometime dramatic collaborator Wentworth Smith and one Elizabeth Lewes as witnesses. It was proved on 20 July 1605. He was of Allhallows, Stainings, at that time. He left a widow Alice and children.Known plays by Haughton, either singly or in conjunction with others, include: Englishmen for My Money, or A Woman Will Have Her Will. Stationers' Register entry 3 August 1601. Printed 161, 1626, 1631. The Poor Man's Paradise, August 1599. Not printed; possibly not finished. Cox of Collumpton, with Day, November 1599. Not printed, although an eyewitness report of a performance survives in Simon Forman's casebook. Thomas Merry, or Beech's Tragedy, with Day, November–December 1599. Not printed. It has been suggested that this survives as part of Yarington's Two Lamentable Tragedies, though this is more likely to be an analog handling the same murder. The Arcadian Virgin, with Chettle, December 1599. Not printed; possibly not finished. Patient Grissel, with Chettle and Dekker, October–December 1599. The Spanish Moor's Tragedy, with Day and Dekker, February 1600. Not Printed; possibly not finished, though it is now usually identified with Lust's Dominion from the Dekker canon. The Seven Wise Masters, with Chettle, Day, and Dekker, March 1600. Not printed. Ferrex and Porrex, March–April 1600. Not printed. The English Fugitives, April 1600. Not printed; possibly not finished. The Devil and His Dame, May 1600. Probably the extant anonymous play Grim the Collier of Croydon. Strange News Out of Poland, with "Mr. Pett," possibly [[Peter Pett (fl. 1600)|Peter Pett]], May 1600. Not printed. Judas, May 1600; apparently finished by William Bird and Samuel Rowley, December 1601. Not printed. Robin Hood's Pennorths, December 1600-January 1601. Not printed; possibly not finished. The Blind Beggar of Bethnal Green, Part II, with John Day, January–July 1601. Not printed. The Blind Beggar of Bethnal Green, Part III, with John Day, January–July 1601. Not printed. The Conquest of the West Indies, with Day and Smith, April–September 1601. Not printed. The Six Yeomen of the West, with Day, May–June 1601. Not printed. Friar Rush and the Proud Woman of Antwerp, with Chettle and Day, July 1601–January 1602. Not printed. Tom Dough, Part II, with Day, July–September 1601. Not printed; possibly not finished. The Six Clothiers, Part I, with Richard Hathwaye and Wentworth Smith, October–November 1601. Not printed. The Six Clothiers, Part II, with Hathwaye and Smith, October–November 1601. Not printed; possibly not finished. William Cartwright, September 1602. Not printed; possibly not finished.Haughton's hand has been sought in several anonymous plays of the period, including Wiley Beguiled, The Wit of a Woman, The Merry Devil of Edmonton, Captain Thomas Stukeley and A Warning For Fair Women.
  • William Haughton († 1605), fue un dramaturgo inglés de teatro isabelino. En los años 1597 a 1602 colaboró en muchas obras con Henry Chettle, Thomas Dekker, John Day, Richard Hathwaye y Wentworth Smith.Sus datos biográficos se conocen a partir de las notas de Philip Henslowe, propietario del Teatro La Rosa. Al principio, Henslowe se refiere a él como el "joven" Haughton. Produjo todas sus obras conocidas para Henslowe, para que las representaran Los hombres del Almirante.Una comedia alegre llamada English-Men for my Money, or A Woman will have her Will (1598) se le atribuye como autor único, y Fleay considera que es responsable de gran parte de Patient Grissel (1599).El 10 de marzo de 1600 Henslowe prestón a Haughton diez chelines "para sacarlo del Clink," esto es, de la prisión por deudas.The Devil and his Dame, mencionada como obra a estrenar en los papeles de Henslowe en marzo de 1600, se identifica con Grim the Collier of Croydon, impresa en 1662. En esta obra se envía a un emisario a las regiones infernales para relatar las condiciones de la vida matrimonial sobre la tierra.Grim se reimprimió en el vol. viii, y English-Men for my Money iii, vol. 5, de la edición de WC Hazlitt de las Old Plays de Robert Dodsley.Haughton hizo testamento el 6 de junio de 1605, con su colaborador Wentworth Smith y una tal Elizabeth Lewes de testigos. Dejó una viuda, Alice e hijos.
  • William Haughton (??? - 1605), foi um dramaturgo inglês do teatro isabelino. Nos anos 1597 a 1602 colaborou em muitas obras com Henry Chettle, Thomas Dekker, John Day, Richard Hathwaye e Wentworth Smith.Seus dados biográficos são conhecidos a partir das notas de Philip Henslowe, proprietário do Teatro A Rosa. No princípio, Henslowe se refere a ele como o "jovem" Haughton. Produziu todas suas obras conhecidas para Henslowe, para que as representassem os Admiral's Men.
  • William Haughton ( -1605) was een Engels toneelschrijver in de bloeitijd van het Engels renaissancetheater. In de periode 1597 tot 1602 werkte hij samen met onder meer Henry Chettle, Thomas Dekker, John Day, Richard Hathwaye en Wentworth Smith.Het weinige wat over zijn leven bekend is, valt af te leiden uit het dagboek van de Londense theatermanager Philip Henslowe, voor wie hij al zijn werk schreef. Zijn stukken werden uitgevoerd door de gezelschappen Admiral's Men en Worcester's Men. Henslowe hanteert overigens vele verschillende spellingen van Haughtons naam. Het dagboek vermeldt ook dat Henslowe op 10 maart 1600 tien shilling aan Haughton leende om hem vrij te krijgen uit de gevangenis.Aan Haughton worden 23 stukken toegeschreven, die hij of alleen of samen met anderen heeft geschreven. Tot zijn solowerk wordt in elk geval gerekend de komedie Englishmen for My Money, or A Woman will have her Will (1598) en een groot deel van Patient Grissel (met Dekker en Chettle) (1599). Haughton maakte zijn testament op op 6 juni 1605, waarbij Wentworth Smith een van de getuigen was.
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  • William Haughton (mort à Londres en juillet 1605) est un dramaturge anglais de la période élisabéthaine. Entre les années 1597 et 1602, il a collaboré à de nombreuses pièces avec Henry Chettle, Thomas Dekker, John Day, Richard Hathway et Wentworth Smith.
  • William Haughton (??? - 1605), foi um dramaturgo inglês do teatro isabelino. Nos anos 1597 a 1602 colaborou em muitas obras com Henry Chettle, Thomas Dekker, John Day, Richard Hathwaye e Wentworth Smith.Seus dados biográficos são conhecidos a partir das notas de Philip Henslowe, proprietário do Teatro A Rosa. No princípio, Henslowe se refere a ele como o "jovem" Haughton. Produziu todas suas obras conhecidas para Henslowe, para que as representassem os Admiral's Men.
  • William Haughton ( -1605) was een Engels toneelschrijver in de bloeitijd van het Engels renaissancetheater. In de periode 1597 tot 1602 werkte hij samen met onder meer Henry Chettle, Thomas Dekker, John Day, Richard Hathwaye en Wentworth Smith.Het weinige wat over zijn leven bekend is, valt af te leiden uit het dagboek van de Londense theatermanager Philip Henslowe, voor wie hij al zijn werk schreef. Zijn stukken werden uitgevoerd door de gezelschappen Admiral's Men en Worcester's Men.
  • William Haughton (died 1605) was an English playwright in the age of English Renaissance theatre. During the years 1597 to 1602 he collaborated in many plays with Henry Chettle, Thomas Dekker, John Day, Richard Hathwaye and Wentworth Smith.Most of what little biographical information there is about him is derived from the papers of Philip Henslowe, proprietor of the Rose Theatre. Henslowe's earliest reference to him refers to him as "young" Haughton.
  • William Haughton († 1605), fue un dramaturgo inglés de teatro isabelino. En los años 1597 a 1602 colaboró en muchas obras con Henry Chettle, Thomas Dekker, John Day, Richard Hathwaye y Wentworth Smith.Sus datos biográficos se conocen a partir de las notas de Philip Henslowe, propietario del Teatro La Rosa. Al principio, Henslowe se refiere a él como el "joven" Haughton.
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