Acts of Criticism: Performance Matters in Shakespeare and His Contemporaries : Essays in Honor of James P. Lusardi

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Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press, 2006 - 275 páginas
This book assembles a cast of sixteen distinguished theater historians and performance critics, each of whom has contributed significantly to our understanding of issues associated with performing works of Shakespeare and his contemporaries. Their essays, all appearing in print for the first time, are presented in two groupings: a theater history and practice section, in which contributors examine matters related to performance in Shakespeare's time and our own, and a performance criticism section, in which contributors treat modern productions on stage and screen. In the theater history and practice section, Roslyn L. Knutson explores the 1599-1600 repertory of the Admiral's Men and the Chamberlain's Men, who performed in rival playhouses.
 

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Repertorial Competition at the Rose and Globe 15991600
21
The Study of Shakespearean Playbooks
38
Thomas Heywood and the Playgoers Imagination
46
When Did Melpomene Lose Her Identity?
58
Rough or Smooth?
74
Plays in Performance Stage and Film
87
Performers Shakespeares Plays and the Uses of Theater
89
Performing Apemantus in Shakespeares Timon of Athene
111
Recent Feminist Productions of The Taming of the Shrew
159
Two Postmodern Adaptations of Shakespearean Tragedies
175
Robert Lepages Slippery Dream
190
Portias House of Mystery Magic and Menace
204
The Lady Vanishes or the Incredible Shrinking Gertrude
217
Children in Productions of A Midsummer Nights Dream
232
10 Things I Hate About You and O
245
Notes on Contributors
259

Storming the Stage
126
Realizing the Design of Massingers The Roman Actor
144

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