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Moving Shakespeare Indoors: Performance And Repertoire In The Jacobean Playhouse

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The Hand on the Shakespearean Stage: Gesture, Touch and the Spectacle of Dismemberment

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This ground-breaking new book uncovers the way Shakespeare draws upon the available literature and visual representations of the hand to inform his drama. Providing an analysis of gesture, touch, skill and dismemberment in a range of Shakespeare's works, it…
Shakespeare's Globe: A Theatrical Experiment

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From 1997 Shakespeare's Globe flourished once more on London's South Bank after an absence of 400 years. The playhouse is now a major attraction for theatregoers, scholars, tourists, teachers and students of all ages who come to experience Shakespeare's plays…
Shakespeare / Sex: Contemporary Readings In Gender And Sexuality

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Titus Andronicus: The State Of Play

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Shakespeare In The Theatre: Yukio Ninagawa

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Titus Andronicus: The State Of Play
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|February 7, 2019

$142.80

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Shakespeare's and Peele's Titus Andronicus has had a theatrical and a critical revival in the last fifteen years; the critical revival was perhaps prompted by Jonathan Bate's Arden edition of the play and its revision of the traditional critical account that…
Cosmetics in Shakespearean and Renaissance Drama

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This revised edition examines how the plays of Shakespeare and his contemporaries dramatise the Renaissance preoccupation with cosmetics. Farah Karim-Cooper explores the then-contentious issue of female beauty and identifies a "culture of cosmetics", which finds…
Shakespeare In The Theatre: The American Shakespeare Center

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The original Blackfriars closed its doors in the 1640s, ending over half-a-century of performances by men and boys. In 2001, in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia, it opened once again. The reconstructed Blackfriars, home to the American Shakespeare Center,…