The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 12.1633 Wednesday, 27 June 2001
From: Jim Lusardi <
Date: Tuesday, 26 Jun 2001 13:02:51 -0400
Subject: Shakespeare Bulletin Spring 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 Spring 2001 issue (19.2) is off the press. Contents:
Marvin Rosenberg on "The Myth of Shakespeare's Squeaking Boy Actor--Or
Who Played Cleopatra?"
A report on "The RSC Residency at the University of Michigan in Ann
Arbor, March 5-21, 2001" by Joseph S. Ajlouny and an interview with
Adrian Noble, "On the Move with the RSC," by Margaret Varnell.
Frances Teague on the staging of magic in "The Digital <Tempest> 2000"
at the Univ. of Georgia.
In the section "Shakespeare on Film":
H. R. Coursen on "Responding to Shakespeare in Silent Film"--he treats
the six features in Milestone's "Silent Shakespeare" as well as the 1912
American <Richard III> and the 1911 Italian <Giulietta e Romeo>.
Bernice W. Kliman on Shakespearean holdings in the Theatre on Film and
Tape Archive (TOFT) in the Performing Arts Library at Lincoln Center,
In addition to covering New York productions, the issue includes Alan
Armstrong's report on the Oregon Shakespeare Festival 2000 and reviews
by various hands of the Stratford, Ont., Festival 2000.
Along with many production photos, the cover features Diane D'Aquila in
the title role of Timothy Findley's <Elizabeth Rex> at the Stratford
Included, as usual, are Books on the Rialto, book reviews, and a listing
For additional information, see website: www.shakespeare-bulletin.org
Shakespeare Bulletin remains a bargain among journals: $20 (US) for one
year (4 48-page issues), $40 for two years, etc. No surcharge for
mailing to overseas subscribers. Back issues available.
Make out check or money order (no credit cards) to Shakespeare Bulletin.
Send to J. P. Lusardi and June Schlueter, Co-Editors, Shakespeare
Bulletin, Lafayette College, Easton, PA 18042, USA. Phone: (610)
330-5245, fax: (610) 330-5606, e-mail:
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