Written by Shakespeare Reloaded in Teaching Activities | 02.05.2017
Written by Claire Hansen in Performances and Productions | 03.04.2017
In her opening remarks prefacing the screening of her theatrical production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, director Julie Taymor spoke of a new kind of digital experience – the magic of theatre captured on film.
Written by Claire Hansen in Performances and Productions | 05.03.2017
When Richard, Duke of Gloucester is playing the part of a pious Christian who wishes to remain in prayer and shirk his kingly duties – all part of his scheming to nab the crown, of course – he persuades those onstage too well. Led by Buckingham, they begin to turn away.
Written by Claire Hansen in Criticism and Research | 30.01.2017
Gary Watt, Shakespeare’s Acts of Will: Law, Testament and Properties of Performance, London: Bloomsbury Arden Shakespeare, 2016.
Written by Claire Hansen in Performances and Productions | 11.01.2017
Written by Claire Hansen in Performances and Productions | 01.10.2016
In Puck’s penultimate speech of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, he bridges the dancing frivolities of the Athenian and fairy courts with a dark vision of graveyards and hauntings:
Now the hungry lion roars,And the wolf behowls the moon,
Silver Sounds and Moody Food Conference: Theatre Music and Musicians 1575 – 1642 City of York, United Kingdom
Written by Kathryn Parker in Conference | 14.08.2016
Today's guest blogger is Kathryn Parker. Kathryn is a PhD candidate at the University of Sydney.