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'Coriolanus' in Europe

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Beschreibung

Coriolanus has always attracted strong interest, whether seen as the last of Shakespeare s tragedies, or as his most political play. In performance it has been constantly reinterpreted and has often strayed far from Shakespeare s text.The Royal Shakespeare Company production, mounted by Terry Hands with Alan Howard in the title role, was acclaimed by audiences and critics in Stratford and London for its forcefulness and fidelity to Shakespeare s play. David Daniell accompanied the Company on its subsequent tour in Europe where audiences were stimulated by this powerful production of a play that has a startling European history of heavy political adaptation.Living closely with the Company, David Daniell gained a remarkable standpoint for approaching the play and its performance as well as for drawing a fascinating account of a great theatre company on the move. His interpretation of the play and theatrical technique draws extensively on the experiences of the actors, other members of the company and its European hosts, audiences and critics.Coriolanus in Europe provides some penetrating insights into the problems and achievements of present-day theatre in general and of one outstanding Company in particular.

Autorentext

David Daniell is a Professor Emeritus of English at University College London, UK.



Klappentext

Coriolanus has always attracted strong interest, whether seen as the last of Shakespeare's tragedies, or as his most political play. In performance it has been constantly reinterpreted and has often strayed far from Shakespeare's text.

The Royal Shakespeare Company production, mounted by Terry Hands with Alan Howard in the title role, was acclaimed by audiences and critics in Stratford and London for its forcefulness and fidelity to Shakespeare's play. David Daniell accompanied the Company on its subsequent tour in Europe where audiences were stimulated by this powerful production of a play that has a startling European history of heavy political adaptation.

Living closely with the Company, David Daniell gained a remarkable standpoint for approaching the play and its performance as well as for drawing a fascinating account of a great theatre company on the move. His interpretation of the play and theatrical technique draws extensively on the experiences of the actors, other members of the company and its European hosts, audiences and critics.

Coriolanus in Europe provides some penetrating insights into the problems and achievements of present-day theatre in general and of one outstanding Company in particular.



Inhalt

Acknowledgements
Introduction
1. Paris I
2. The Play
3. Paris II
4. Vienna
5. Amsterdam and Brussels
6. Hamburg
7. Berlin
8. Munich
9. Zürich
10. Coriolanus in performance
The Coriolanus company on tour

Produktinformationen

Titel: 'Coriolanus' in Europe
Autor:
EAN: 9781472505729
ISBN: 978-1-4725-0572-9
Digitaler Kopierschutz: Adobe-DRM
Format: E-Book (pdf)
Herausgeber: Bloomsbury Usa
Genre: Sprach- und Literaturwissenschaft
Anzahl Seiten: 171
Veröffentlichung: 13.01.2014
Jahr: 2014
Untertitel: Englisch
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