2001

The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 12.0753  Friday, 30 March 2001

From:           Jim Lusardi <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>
Date:           Thursday, 29 Mar 2001 14:51:46 -0500
Subject:        Shakespeare Bulletin Winter 2001 Issue

For those who don't know or don't subscribe to Shakespeare Bulletin, a
Journal of Performance Criticism and Scholarship (now in its 19th year):

The Winter 2001 issue (19.1), which features International Shakespeare,
is off the press.  Contents:

Alan C. Dessen on "Rescripting History and the Supernatural:
Shakespeare on the Stage in 2000."

Paul Nelsen on the new season at Shakespeare's Globe--"Globe Orbits into
Summer 2001."

Re: director Peter Brook:
     Samuel Crowl on Brook's new <Hamlet>, with Adrian Lester (cover).
     Janet Savin on Brook's thirty years at Bouffes du Nord in Paris.
     Martha Tuck Rozett, in the film section, on revisiting "The Peter
Brook-Paul Scofield <King Lear>."

Also in this issue are reviews of twenty-five productions--the RNT
<Hamlet>, with Simon Russell Beale, the 2000 Globe plays, the RSC 2000
season, with the first installment of "This England" (RII, 1 and 2 HIV,
HV), and Continental theatre offerings.

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

Shakespeare Bulletin remains a bargain among journals, even at its new
rate:  $20 (US) for one year (4 48-page issues), $40 for two years,
etc.  No surcharge for mailing to overseas subscribers.  Back issues
available $4.

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