Shakespeare on the University Stage by Andrew James Hartley

By Andrew James Hartley

that includes essays from seventeen foreign students, this intriguing new assortment is the 1st sustained examine of Shakespeare at the college and school degree. Treating the topic either traditionally and globally, the essays describe theatrical stipulations that healthy neither the pro nor the novice versions and express how scholar performances supply worthy cars for creative development and highbrow research. The booklet redresses the overlook of this specified type of Shakespeare functionality, establishing up new methods of pondering the character and price of collage creation and its skill to attract particular audiences. taking a look at productions internationally - from Asia to Europe and North the US - it's going to curiosity students in addition to upper-level scholars in parts akin to Shakespeare reports, functionality experiences and theatre history.

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