The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 11.1853 Monday, 2 October 2000.
From: Jim Lusardi <
Date: Saturday, 30 Sep 2000 15:53:17 -0400
Subject: Summer 2000 Issue of Shakespeare Bulletin
For those who don't know or don't subscribe to Shakespeare Bulletin, a
Journal of Performance Criticism and Scholarship (now in its 18th year):
The Summer 2000 issue (18.3) is now off the press. Featured in the
George Walton Williams on "Staging the Adulterate Blot in <The Comedy of
Michael Flachmann on the psychological profiling of actors and
characters--"Macbeth on the Couch."
In the section "Shakespeare on Film," Maria Jones on the whips in the
Pickford-Fairbanks <Shrew> (1929); Sam Crowl's review of Branagh's
musical adaptation of <Love's Labor's Lost>; and H. R. Coursen's review
essay on the two-hour version of Branagh's <Hamlet>.
In addition, the issue offers reviews of ten New York productions and of
regional Shakespeare from Cambridge, MA to Seattle, WA.
As usual, the issue includes production photos, Books on the Rialto and
book reviews, and a listing of EVENTS.
For additional information, see website: www.shakespeare-bulletin.org
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