Shakespeare's Globe: A Theatrical Experimentby Christie Carson, Farah Karim-Cooper
From 1997 Shakespeare's Globe flourished once more on London's South Bank after an absence of four hundred years. The playhouse is now a major attraction for theatregoers, scholars, tourists, teachers and students of all ages, who come to experience Shakespeare's plays and those of his contemporaries performed in their original conditions.
- Cambridge University Press
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Meet the Author
Christie Carson is Senior Lecturer in the Department of English at Royal Holloway, University of London. Her main area of research interest is the application of digital technology to teaching and research in the field of dramatic performance history. She has created a number of groundbreaking projects in this area working with Cambridge University Press, the Performing Arts Data Service, the English Subject Centre, the British Library and the Royal Shakespeare Company. Her interests focus on the way in which contemporary performance history can be both documented and studied in new ways using digital technology. Dr Carson is also very interested in incorporating the work of creative practitioners both in the documentation and the teaching processes.
Farah Karim-Cooper is Lecturer in Globe Education and oversees all research activities at Shakespeare's Globe.
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