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A former Associate Director for London's National Theatre invites readers to behold the fuller meaning of Shakespearean text as ...
A former Associate Director for London's National Theatre invites readers to behold the fuller meaning of Shakespearean text as played, inviting them to seek their insights in Shakespeare's natural habitat: the stage. Includes considerations of recent productions at the Hartford Stage, Theatre for a New Audience, and the New York Shakespeare Festival.
|List of Plates|
|Note on the Third Edition of 1993|
|3||Gestures and Business||32|
|6||Creating a Role: Shylock||63|
|7||Playing for Laughs: the Last Plays||86|
|9||Narrative and Focus: Richard II||133|
|10||Setting, Grouping, Movement and Tempo: Hamlet||149|
|12||Plays in Performance||187|
|App. i. The Theatrical Element of Shakespeare Criticism||197|
|App. ii. The Nature of Speech in Shakespeare's Plays||210|