The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 14.1039  Monday, 2 June 2003

From:           Jean-Christophe MAYER <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>
Date:           Friday, 30 May 2003 22:41:43 +0200

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*****  Cahiers elisabethains *****
Late Medieval and Renaissance English Studies

Number 63       April 2003



"Ex Saksp Libr": The Bard's Book and the Forger

Amilia Lanyer and Queen Elizabeth at Cookham

Shakespeare et l'"obscur abime" de la langue

Who speaks in the garden?

Class and Gender Destabilization in Webster's The Devil's Law-Case


RSC Spring/Summer Season 2002 in London and Stratford

The Roman Actor, directed by Sean Holmes for the RSC at The Swan
Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon, 12 June 2002 (Paul Prescott) 89

Pericles, directed by Adrian Noble for the RSC at The Roundhouse,
London, 8 July 2002, front circle, and The Royal Shakespeare Theatre,
Stratford-upon-Avon, 13 August 2002 (Paul Prescott)

The Malcontent, by John Marston, directed by Dominic Cooke for the RSC,
The Swan Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon, 4 September 2002 (Peter J. Smith
and Greg Walker)

The Merry Wives of Windsor, by William Shakespeare, directed by Rachel
Kavanaugh for the RSC, The Swan Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon, 5 December
2002 (Greg Walker)

King Lear, directed by Declan Donnellan for the RSC Academy, Young Vic
Theatre, London, 30 October 2002 (Peter J. Smith)

Eastward Ho!, directed by Lucy Pitman-Wallace for the Royal Shakespeare
Company at The Swan, Stratford-upon-Avon, 15 June 2002; the Gielgud
Theatre, London, until March 22, 2003 (Jean-Pierre Villquin with Stewart

RSC Spring/Summer Season 2003 in London and Stratford

As You Like It, by William Shakespeare, directed by Gregory Thompson for
the RSC, The Swan Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon, 27 March 2003 (Greg

Measure for Measure Malaya, directed by Phil Willmott for The Steam
Industry Theatre Company, Riverside Studios, London, 6 November 2002
(Peter J. Smith)

The Tempest, directed by Michael Grandage, Crucible Theatre, Sheffield,
2 October 2002 (Peter J. Smith)

The Tempest, directed by Patrick Mason, Theatre Royal, Nottingham, 12
November 2002 (Peter J. Smith)

Othello, directed by Iqbal Khan, Haymarket Studio Theatre, Leicester, 13
November 2002 (Eleanor Lowe)

Shakespeare in Paris, Winter Season 2002-03

Antony and Cleopatra, French text by D. Mesguich, directed by Daniel
Mesguich, Theatre de l'Athenee-Louis Jouvet, Paris, 5 March 2003
(Guillaume Winter)

Beaucoup de bruit pour rien, trad. de Jean-Pierre Richard, mise en scene
de Benoit Lavigne, compagnie Les Saltimbanques au Theatre 13, Paris, le
12 novembre 2002 (Guy Boquet)

Richard III, traduction de Pascal Collin, mise en scene de Guy
Delamotte, le PANTA-Theatre de l'Epee de Bois, Paris, le 6 decembre 2002
(G. Boquet)

La Tragedie d'Hamlet, texte francais de Jean-Claude Carriere et
Marie-Helene Estienne, adaptation et mise en scene de Peter Brook, au
Theatre des Bouffes du Nord, Paris, le 5 janvier 2003 (G. Boquet)

Le Songe d'une nuit d'ete, de et ou d'apres Shakespeare, acclimatation
Eric Chantelauze, Vincianne Regattieri et Marjolaine, par la Compagnie
Casalibus a l'Espace 89 a Villeneuve-la-Garenne, 19 novembre 2002 (G.

Le songe d'une nuit d'ete, trad. en japonais de Yushi Odashima, mise en
scene de Yukio Ninagawa, Maison de la Culture du Japon, Paris, le 12
octobre 2002 (G. Boquet)

Falstaff de Verdi, livret d'Arrigo Boito d'apres Les Joyeuses Commeres
de Windsor, dir. musicale de James Conlon, mise en scene de Dominique
Pitoiset, Opera-Bastille, Paris, le 4 fevrier 2003 (G. Boquet)

Le Songe d'une nuit d'ete, translated by Jean-Michel Deprats, directed
by Krzysztof Warlikowski, Theatre National de Nice, 8th March 2003
(Margaret Llasera)


Shakespeare, Ouvres completes, en bilingue anglais-francais : Debut et
fin de partie
Jean-Michel Deprats (dir.), Shakespeare, Tragedies, I et II (Ouvres
completes, vol. 1), avec le concours de Gisele Venet, Pleiade, Paris :
Gallimard, 2002 (Jean-Marie Maguin)

Michel Grivelet (?) et Gilles MONSARRAT (dir.), William Shakespeare,
Ouvres completes, vol. 7, Tragicomedies I, et vol. 8), Tragicomedies II,
Poesies, Bouquins, Paris : Robert Laffont, 2002 (Jean-Marie Maguin)

Ann Thompson and Gordon McMullan (eds.), In Arden: Editing Shakespeare.
Essays in Honour of Richard Proudfoot, The Arden Shakespeare, London:
Thomson Learning, 2003 (Lukas Erne)

Sir Thomas Overbury (And Others), Characters, together with Poems, News,
Edicts, and Paradoxes based on the eleventh edition of A Wife Now the
Widow of Sir Thomas Overbury, ed. with Introduction and Notes by Donald
Beecher [Barnabe Riche Society Publications 15], Ottawa, Canada:
Dovehouse Editions, 2003 (Jean-Marie Maguin)

Francois Laroque et Franck Lessay (eds.), Esthetiques de la nouveaute a
la Renaissance, Paris: Presses de la Sorbonne Nouvelle, 2001 (Guillaume

Jason Scott-Warren, Sir John Harington and the Book as Gift, Oxford:
Oxford University Press, 2001 (Nick Myers)

Peter Lake and Michael Questier, ed., Conformity and Orthodoxy in the
English Church, c. 1560-1660, Woodbridge: The Boydell Press, 2000
(Jean-Christophe Mayer)

BOOKS RECEIVED (compiled by Janice Valls-Russell)

Publicity (after page 167)

A Call for Papers. The Huguenots in the British Isles and the American
Colonies from 1550 to 1790 : religious writings and representations

Collection Astraa

Collection Astraa Texts

Dr Jean-Christophe Mayer
Senior Research Fellow
Institut de recherches sur la Renaissance, l'age Classique,
et les Lumieres ( I.R.C.L.) FRE 2691 du CNRS
Universite Montpellier III
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