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Shakespeare Magazine Winter Issue
Shakespeare Electronic Conference: SHK 8.0222. Sunday, 16 February 1997.

From:           Michael C LoMonico  <
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Date:           Saturday, 15 Feb 1997 15:06:17 EST
Subject:        Shakespeare Magazine Winter Issue

SHAKESPEARE magazine, sponsored by Georgetown University and Cambridge
University Press is pleased to announce that its Winter Issue has just been
published.

Highlights of this issue include:
*After Luhrmann, Will Romeo and Juliet ever be the same? - students,
teachers and scholars react to the film that puts a cool romance against a
background of hot cars, guns, power, and money.  *A Plague on Both Your
Fathers: Patriarchy in Verona Beach-University of Miami, Ohio scholar
Frances Dolan links the foreboding fathers of Romeo and Juliet with their
Elizabethan counterparts.
*The Balcony Scene in Performance-rare photos from the archives of Lincoln
Center's Library for the Performing Arts.
*Fancy and Neutral masks-Sue Biondo-Hench shows us how to make and use
fancy masks; Caleen Jennings  shows us how working with white-faced masks
leads to breakthroughs in character study.
*Thees and Thous: Clues to Interpersonal Relationships-Pat Thisted shows
how spending a day learning the ins and outs of second person familiar
pronoun forms can lead to insights about relationships between
Shakespeare's characters.
*Hilary Zunin Reviews Michael Pennington's  "Hamlet: A User's Guide" *Trial
by Audience-Kimberly Strain recounts a trip to the Oregon Shakespeare
Festival in Ashland with middle school students *Electronic
Shakespeare-Rick Vanderwall reviews two new RJ CD-ROMs and Madeline Holzer
gives suggestions for how to use CD ROM's in the classroom *Peggy O'Brien's
20 minute RJ-What appears on the surface to be a light-hearted summary of
the play with lots of opportunity for hammy acting is in fact a
multi-intelligence learning experience.  *Dream Shakespeare Films-teachers,
scholars, enthusiasts describe the Shakespeare film they most want to see
in the future.  *Rex Gibson on Juliet's funeral-The renowned editor of the
Cambridge School Shakespeare editions  gives us an authentic David Garrick
poster and ideas for how to use it in the classroom.

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