Shakespeare, Theory, and Performance
This is a groundbreaking collection of seminal essays which apply the abstract theory of contemporary Shakespearean criticism to the practicalities of performance. Brings together key names from both realms and a wide range of sourcesPerforming Shakespeare is a groundbreaking collection of seminal essays which apply the abstract theory of contemporary Shakespearean criticism to the practicalities of performance. Bringing together key names from both realms, the collection reflects a wide range of sources and influences, from traditional literary, performance and historical criticism to modern cultural theory. Together they raise questions about the place of performance criticism in modern debates of cultural materialism, new historicism, feminism and deconstruction. An exciting and fascinating volume, it will be important reading for students and scholars of literary and theatre studies alike.
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