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Shakespeare : Actors and audiences

Fiona Banks (Editor)
400 years on from Shakespeare's death, Shakespeare: Actors and Audiences shines a spotlight on the role of the audience at Shakespeare's plays. Exploring the relationship that has kept Shakespeare's name and work alive through four centuries, scholars, audiences, actors and directors reflect on the role of the audience and provide fresh insights into the relationship that lies at the heart of Shakespeare in performance
eBook, English, 2019
The Arden Shakespeare, London, 2019
1 online resource (256 pages) : colour illustrations
9781474274005, 9781474257947, 1474274005, 1474257941
Who are we talking about when we talk about 'the audience'? / Stephen Purcell
Shakespeare's audiences / Charles Whitney
'Do it, England!': the actor and the audience in Hamlet / Jeremy Lopez
Audiences: the architecture of engagement / Susan Bennett
What makes a theatregoer? Habitus, identity and interest development in adolescent audiences to Shakespeare / Matthew Reason
'All eyes': experience, spectacle and the inclusive audience in Flute theatre's The Tempest / Robert Shaughnessy
A Midsummer Night's Dream
Twelfth Night
University of Alberta Access (Unlimited Concurrent Users) from Bloomsbury