Foreign Shakespeare: Contemporary Performance
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BeschreibungThis collection considers contemporary performance of Shakespeare's plays in non-English-speaking theatres.
InhaltsverzeichnisList of illustrations; List of contributors; Preface; Introduction. Shakespeare without his language Dennis Kennedy; Part I. The Foreignness of Shakespeare: 1. Foreign Shakespeare and English-speaking audiences John Russell Brown; 2. Titus Resartus: Warner, Stein and Mesguich have a cut at Titus Andronicus Dominique Goy-Blanquet; 3. Transformations of authenticity: The Merchant of Venice in Israel Avraham Oz; 4. Translation and mise en scene: the example of contemporary French Shakespeare Leanore Lieblein; 5. Audience, style and language in the Shakespeare of Peter Zadek Ron Engle; Part II. Political and National Appropriations: 6. Brecht and beyond: Shakespeare on the East German stage Lawrence Guntner; 7. Theatrical continuities in Giorgio Strehler's The Tempest Pia Kleber; 8. Between the curtain and the grave: The Taganka in the Hamlet Gulag Spencer Golub; 9. Woman scorned: Antony and Cleopatra at Moscow's Vakhtangov Theatre Irena R. Makaryk; 10. Hamlet in postwar Czech theatre Jarka Burian; Part III. Postmodern Shakespeare: 11. Daniel Mesguich and intertextual Shakespeare Marvin Carlson; 12. Word into image: notes on the scenography of recent German productions Wilhelm Hortmann; 13. Shakespeare and the Japanese stage Andrea J. Nouryeh; 14. Wilson, Brook, Zadek: an intercultural encounter? Patrice Pavis; Afterword: Shakespearean Orientalism Dennis Kennedy; Index.
PortraitDennis Kennedy's books include The Spectator and the Spectacle: Audiences in Modernity and Postmodernity, The Oxford Encyclopedia of Theatre and Performance, Looking at Shakespeare: A Visual History of Twentieth-Century Performance, Foreign Shakespeare, and Granville Barker and the Dream of Theatre. Shakespeare in Asia: Contemporary Performance is due late 2009 (edited with Yong Li Lan). He has twice been a fellow of the National Endowment for the Humanities in the USA, twice won the Freedley Award for theatre history, received the Chancellor's Distinguished Research Award at the University of Pittsburgh, the Berkeley Fellowship at Trinity College Dublin, and was elected to the Royal Irish Academy and Academia Europaea. His own plays have been performed in New York, London, and many other places, and he has frequently worked as a dramaturg and director in professional theatres.
Pressestimmen"In focusing on revisions and performances of Shakespeare exclusively outside the Anglo-American tradition, Kennedy's collection presents a number of excellent essays on the processes of cultural transfer, accomodation, and deconstruction. The critical trend that was ushered in, for instance, by Alternative Shakespeares (1985, edited by John Drakakis) and The Play Out of Context: Transferring Plays from Culture to Culture (1989, edited by Hanna Scolnicov and Peter Holland) is substantially reinforced by Kennedy's collection." Mita Choudhury, The Drama Review
Untertitel: Revised. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: CAMBRIDGE UNIV PR
Erscheinungsdatum: November 2004
Seitenanzahl: 332 Seiten