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Staging Shakespeare; essays in honor of Alan C. Dessen.


Staging Shakespeare; essays in honor of Alan C. Dessen.

Ed. by Lena Cowen Orlin and Miranda Johnson-Haddad.

Univ. of Delaware Press


274 pages




North American scholars of theater and literature look at some of the obstacles and opportunities encountered when transforming a written script into a reality of time and space, voice and movement. Among their topics are Hal and the psychology of disguise, exeunt omnes and The Tempest, some unacknowledged sources of Julie Taymor's Titus, and the puppets take Macbeth. Distributed in the US by Associated University Presses.

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Date:May 1, 2008
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