The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 10.1628 Monday, 27 September 1999.
Date: Friday, 24 Sep 1999 15:24:24 -0500 (CDT)
Subject: Summer '99 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 1999 issue (17.3) is off the press. It includes:
Paul Nelsen on staging practices and possibilities at the reconstructed
Globe--"More Strange Than True: 'Difference' at the New Globe."
Janet O'Hair on her experience in shaping and directing a one-hour
Macbeth in New York.
Judith Weil on "Remaking Hamlet's Soliloquies: Style and Character in
the First Quarto."
In the section "Shakespeare on Film," Gary Crowdus' extended interview
with the justly celebrated director Trevor Nunn on "Adapting Shakespeare
for the Cinema." Also in this section, Samuel Crowl on the Michael
Hoffman A Midsummer Night's Dream and Margaret Varnell on Shakespeare in
The issue also features reviews of theatre productions from New York, NY
to Ashland, OR.
As usual, the issue offers production photos and illustrations, book
reviews, and a listing of Events.
For additional information, see new website:
SB remains a great bargain among journals: $15 (US) for one year (4
48-page issues), $30 for two years, etc. No surcharge for mailing to
overseas subscribers. Back issues available @ $4.
Make out check or money order (no credit cards) to Shakespeare
Bulletin. Send to J. P. Lusardi and J. Schlueter, Co-Editors,
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