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Hodgdon, Barbara

A Companion to Shakespeare and Performance

€ 239.75

A Companion to Shakespeare and Performance provides a state of the art engagement with the rapidly developing field of Shakespeare performance studies.


  • Redraws the boundaries of Shakespeare performance studies.


    Taal / Language : English

    Inhoudsopgave:
    List of Illustrations
    ix
    Notes on Contributors xi
    Acknowledgments xvi
    Introduction: A Kind of History 1(10)
    Barbara Hodgdon
    Part I Overviews: Terms of Performance
    11(128)
    Reconstructing Love: King Lear and Theatre Architecture
    13(23)
    Peggy Phelan
    Shakespeare`s Two Bodies
    36(21)
    Peter Holland
    Ragging Twelfth Night: 1602, 1996, 2002--3
    57(22)
    Bruce R. Smith
    On Location
    79(22)
    Robert Shaughnessy
    Where is Hamlet? Text, Performance, and Adaptation
    101(20)
    Margaret Jane Kidnie
    Shakespeare and the Possibilities of Postcolonial Performance
    121(18)
    Ania Loomba
    Part II Materialities: Writing and Performance
    139(92)
    The Imaginary Text, or the Curse of the Folio
    141(21)
    Anthony B. Dawson
    Shakespearean Screen/Play
    162(17)
    Laurie E. Osborne
    What Does the Cued Part Cue? Parts and Cues in Romeo and Juliet
    179(18)
    Simon Palfrey
    Tiffany Stern
    Editors in Love? Performing Desire in Romeo and Juliet
    197(15)
    Wendy Wall
    Prefixing the Author: Print, Plays, and Performance
    212(19)
    W. B. Worthen
    Part III Histories
    231(166)
    Shakespeare the Victorian
    233(16)
    Richard W. Schoch
    Shakespeare Goes Slumming: Harlem `37 and Birmingham `97
    249(18)
    Kathleen McLuskie
    Stanislavski, Othello, and the Motives of Eloquence
    267(18)
    John Gillies
    Shakespeare, Henry VI and the Festival of Britain
    285(12)
    Stuart Hampton-Reeves
    Encoding/Decoding Shakespeare: Richard III at the 2002 Stratford Festival
    297(22)
    Ric Knowles
    Performance as Deflection
    319(16)
    Miriam Gilbert
    Maverick Shakespeare
    335(24)
    Carol Chillington Rutter
    Inheriting the Globe: The Reception of Shakespearean Space and Audience in Contemporary Reviewing
    359(17)
    Paul Prescott
    Performing History: Henry IV, Money, and the Fashion of the Times
    376(21)
    Diana E. Henderson
    Part IV Performance Technologies, Cultural Technologies
    397(112)
    ``Are We Being Theatrical Yet?``: Actors, Editors, and the Possibilities of Dialogue
    399(16)
    Michael Cordner
    Shakespeare on the Record
    415(22)
    Douglas Lanier
    SShockspeare: (Nazi) Shakespeare Goes Heil-lywood
    437(20)
    Richard Burt
    Game Space/Tragic Space: Julie Taymor`s Titus
    457(21)
    Peter S. Donaldson
    Shakespeare Stiles Style: Shakespeare, Julia Stiles, and American Girl Culture
    478(16)
    Elizabeth A. Deitchman
    Shakespeare on Vacation
    494(15)
    Susan Bennett
    Part V Identities of Performance
    509(116)
    Visions of Color: Spectacle, Spectators, and the Performance of Race
    511(16)
    Margo Hendricks
    Shakespeare and the Fiction of the Intercultural
    527(23)
    Yong Li Lan
    Guying the Guys and Girling The Shrew: (Post)Feminist Fun at Shakespeare`s Globe
    550(14)
    G. B. Shand
    Queering the Audience: All-Male Casts in Recent Productions of Shakespeare
    564(24)
    James C. Bulman
    A Thousand Shakespeares: From Cinematic Saga to Feminist Geography or, The Escape from Iceland
    588(22)
    Courtney Lehmann
    Conflicting Fields of Vision: Performing Self and Other in Two Intercultural Shakespeare Productions
    610(15)
    Joanne Tompkins
    Part VI Performing Pedagogies
    625(34)
    Teaching Through Performance
    627(17)
    James N. Loehlin
    ``The eye of man hath not heard, / The ear of man hath not seen``: Teaching Tools for Speaking Shakespeare
    644(15)
    Peter Lichtenfels
    Index 659
    Extra informatie: 
    Hardback
    704 pagina's
    Januari 2005
    1383 gram
    248 x 184 x 38 mm
    Wiley-Blackwell gb

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