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The Sourcebooks Shakespeare brings the Shakespeare page to life. This remarkable edition of Romeo & Juliet is both the easiest way to understand the play and the best way to experience the full power and depth of the play.
This dynamic book includes an integrated audio CD that showcases key scenes from great performances past and present. You'll experience the play like never before-it's the next best thing to seeing the play performed live.
Each book offers:
* The full play, with line notes and a concurrent glossary
* Scholars and theatre producers discussing the play and popular culture
* Comments from every cast member of a current production.
This is also a very visual text, including:
* Photographs from great performances
* Costume designs and set renderings from different productions
* Production notes that take you inside the stage experience
Exclusive to The Sourcebooks Shakespeare and like no other edition of Romeo & Juliet, our audio CD and unique focus on the play as performed on the stage and on film brings the play to life.
* Ellen Terry from 1911
* The Renaissance Theatre production with Kenneth Branagh, Sir Jon Gielgud and Dame Judi Dench
* Modern scenes with Kate Beckinsale and Joseph Fiennes
* About the 1811 production in Covent Garden, London
* And see how the Chicago Shakespeare Theater's 2005 cast approaches the play
* Page facsimiles from the Garrick-Kemble text from the late 1700s
* Costume designs and set renderings from Sir John Gielgud's 1935 production
* Photographs from Romeo + Juliet directed by Baz Luhrmann
Narrated by: Sir Derek Jacobi
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David Bevington is the Phyllis Fay Horton Distinguished Service Professor in the Humanities at the University of Chicago. A renowned text scholar, he has edited several Shakespeare editions including the Bantam Shakespeare in individual paperback volumes, The Complete Works of Shakespeare, (Longman, 2003), and Troilus and Cressida (Arden, 1998). He teaches courses in Shakespeare, Renaissance Drama, and Medieval Drama.
Barbara Gaines is the founder and Artistic Director of the Chicago Shakespeare Theater. She has directed over 25 productions at Chicago Shakespeare, and she serves on the artistic directorate of Shakespeare's Globe Theatre in London as well as on Northwestern University's Board of Trustees.vPeter Holland is the McMeel Family Chair in Shakespeare Studies at the University of Notre Dame. One of the central figures in performance-oriented Shakespeare criticism, he has also edited many Shakespeare plays, including A Midsummer Night's Dream for the Oxford Shakespeare series.
Professor Douglas Lanier - Douglas Lanier is an Associate Professor of English at the University of New Hampshire. His publications include"Shakescorp Noir" in Shakespeare Quarterly 53.2 (Summer 2002) and "Nostalgia and Theatricality" in Shakespeare the Movie II (eds. Richard Burt and Lynda Boose, Routledge, 2003), and the book, Shakespeare and Modern Popular Culture (Oxford University Press, 2002).
Professor Jill Levenson - Jill L. Levenson is a Professor of English at Trinity College at the University of Toronto. She has written and edited numerous essays and books including Romeo and Juliet for the Manchester University Press's series Shakespeare in Performance (1987), Shakespeare and the Twentieth Century (with Jonathan Bate and Dieter Mehl), and the Oxford edition of Romeo and Juliet (2000). Currently she is writing a book on Shakespeare and modern drama for Shakespeare Topics, a series published by Oxford University Press.
Professor Lois Potter - Lois Potter is Ned B. Allen Professor of English at the University of Delaware. She has also taught in England, France, and Japan, attending and reviewing as many plays as possible. Her publications include the Arden edition of The Two Noble Kinsmen and Othello for the Manchester University Press's series Shakespeare in Performance.
Ms. Janet Suzman - Janet Suzman was trained at LAMDA and is an honorary associate artist of the Royal Shakespeare Company. Her work there has included The Wars of the Roses, As You Like It, The Taming of the Shrew, Much Ado About Nothing, Love's Labour's Lost, and The Merchant of Venice. She has been awarded numerous honorary degrees and was nominated for an Academy Award in 1971 for her performance in Nicholas and Alexandra. Her acclaimed1990 direction of Othello in Johannesburg, South Africa is considered to be one of the most powerful productions of the play.
Mr. Andrew Wade - Andrew Wade was Head of Voice for the Royal Shakespeare Company, 1990 - 2003 and Voice Assistant Director from 1987-1990. During this time he worked on 170 productions and with more than 80 directors. Along with Cicely Berry, Andrew recorded Working Shakespeare, the DVD series on Voice and Shakespeare, and he was the verse consultant for the movie Shakespeare In Love. In 2000, he won a Bronze Award from the New York International Radio Festival for the series Lifespan, which he co-directed and devised. He works widely teaching, lecturing and coaching throughout the world.From the Back Cover:
?More than 60 minutes of audio on the CD including
key scenes and excerpts from great performances
past and present
?Bringing Shakespeare to Life, from Stage to Page
?A Shakespeare play is made to be performed. In The Sourcebooks Shakespeare, you will hear the play through multiple productions and conceive different faces of the play itself and its characters. Hearing important speeches performed in different ways is a remarkably easy way to understand and experience the play and may lead you to different conclusions about the play. The Sourcebooks Shakespeare is also a very visual text. We provide not only photographs from great performances but also costume designs and set renderings from different productions as well as production notes that take you inside the stage experience. These dramatic visuals and the audio make it much easier for you to read, understand and experience the play. Welcome to The Sourcebooks Shakespeare!
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Book Description Sourcebooks Inc., Naperville, 2005. Softcover. Condition: New. Advance Reading Copy.. 364 pages. Softcover. New book. PLAYS. A Shakespeare play is made to be performed. In The Sourcebooks Shakespeare, you will hear the play through multiple productions and conceive different faces of the play itself and its characters. Hearing important speeches performed in different ways is a remarkably easy way to understand and experience the play and may lead you to different conclusions about it. Provides not only photographs from great performances but also costume designs and set renderings from different productions as well as production notes that take you inside the stage experience. Includes more than 60 minutes of audio on CD narrated by Sir Derek Jacobi including key scenes and excerpts from great performances past and present. (Key Words: Performing Arts, William Shakespeare, David Bevington, Romeo and Juliet, Tragedy, Plays, Drama, Theater, Theatre, Montagues, Capulets, Marriage, Friar Laurence, Derek Jacobi). book. Seller Inventory # 27884X1
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