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Shakespeare Expressed

Page, Stage, and Classroom in Shakespeare and His Contemporaries
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Kathryn M. Moncrief
The Fairleigh Dickinson University Press Series on Shakespeare and the Stage
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This volume extends the reach of the American Shakespeare Center, which provides the finest in Shakespearean and Elizabethan dramatic performance and scholarship. These 28 essays, originally presented on the Blackfriars stage, bring together scholars and practitioners, often promoting ideas that can be translated into classroom experiences.
A collection of essays originally presented on the Blackfriars stage at the American Shakesepeare Center, Shakespeare Expressed brings together scholars and practitioners, often promoting ideas that can be translated into classroom experiences. Drawing on essays presented at the Sixth Blackfriars Conference, held in October 2011, the essays focus on Shakespeare in performance by including work from scholars, theatrical practitioners (actors, directors, dramaturgs, designers), and teachers in a format that facilitates conversations at the intersection of textual scholarship, theatrical performance, and pedagogy. The volume’s thematic sections briefly represent some of the major issues occupying scholars and practitioners: how to handle staging choices, how modern actors embody early modern characters, how the physical and technical aspects of early modern theaters previously impacted and how they currently affect performance, and how the play texts can continue to enlighten theatrical and scholarly endeavors. A special essay on pedagogy that features specific classroom exercises also anchors each section in the collection. The result is an eclectic, stimulating, and forward-thinking look at the most current trends in early modern theater studies.
Foreword: Lightning in a Bottle
Ralph Alan Cohen

Chapter 1: Introduction: Shakespeare Embodied, Expressed, and Enacted
Kathryn Moncrief and Kathryn McPherson:

I. The Body of the Actor

Chapter 2: Speaking in the Silence: Deaf Performance at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival
Lezlie Cross

Chapter 3: “I Have Given Suck:” The Maternal Body in Sarah Siddons' Lady Macbeth
Chelsea Phillips

Chapter 4: Competing Heights
Jemma Alix Levy

Chapter 5: The Mirror and the Monarchs: Suggestive Presences and Shakespeare’s Cast-Size
Brett Gamboa

Chapter 6: Embodying Shakespeare: In the Classroom
Miriam Gilbert

II. Playing the Text

Chapter 7: Remember the Porter: Knock-Knock Jokes, Tragedy, and Other Unfunny Things
Chris Barrett

Chapter 8: Ghost in the Machine: Shakespeare, Stanislavski and Original Practices
Peter Kanelos

Chapter 9: “Speake[ing] the speech[es]:” Reassessing the Playability of the Earliest Printings of
Matthew Vadnais

Chapter 10: A “Ha” in Shakespeare: The Soliloquy as Excuse and Challenge to the Audience
Bill Gelber

Chapter 11: A Knave to Know a Knock: Exploring Character Function in Scenic Structure
Symmonie Preston

III. Staging Choices

Chapter 12: Behind Closed Doors: Perspective and Painterly Technique on the Early Modern English Stage
Jennifer Low

Chapter 13: Shticky Shakespeare: Exploring Action as Eloquence
Sid Ray

Chapter 14: Seeing Ghosts:
Hamlet and Modern Original Practices
Fiona Harris-Ramsby & Kathryn McPherson

Chapter 15: Remembrances of yours’: Properties, Performance, and Memory in Shakespeare’s
Hamlet 3.1
Kathryn Moncrief

Chapter 16: The Mirror of All Christian Kings: Choral Medievalism in the
Henry V Folio
Christina Gutierrez

Chapter 17: Playing with Character-Audience Members in Early Modern Playhouses
Sarah Enloe

IV. Playhouse and Playing Conditions

Chapter 18: Blackfriars Stage-Sitters and the Staging of
The Tempest, The Maid’s Tragedy and The Two Noble Kinsmen
Leslie Thomson

Chapter 19: “The Concourse of People on the Stage”: An Alternative Proposal for Onstage Seating at the Second Blackfriars
Nova Myhill

Chapter 20: The Two Blackfriars Theatres: Discontinuity or Contiguity?
Jeanne McCarthy

Chapter 21: “Here sit we down…”: The Location of Andrea and Revenge in
The Spanish Tragedy
Annalisa Castaldo

Chapter 22: Thomas Middleton’s Use of the Gallery Space
Christine Parker

Chapter 23: Performing Space: Playing the Architecture
Doreen Bechtol

V. Technical and Material Matters

Chapter 24: Light and Heat in the Playhouses
Ann Jennalie Cook

Chapter 25: Lighting Effects in the Early Modern Private Playhouses
Lauren Shell

Chapter 26: Sound Trumpets
Alisha Huber

Chapter 27: Play it again, Hal: The 1605 Revival of
Henry V
Melissa Aaron

Chapter 28: Playing with Early Modern Special Effects
Cass Morris

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