Shakespeare in the theatre / edited with an introduction by Stephen Orgel and Sean Keilen.

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Other Authors: Orgel, Stephen, Keilen, Sean
Format: Book
Published: New York : Garland Pub., 1999.
Series:Shakespeare, the critical complex ; 8.
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Table of Contents:
  • "Shakespeare with words": the script and the medium of drama / Jackson G. Barry
  • Shakespeare imagines a theater / Stephen Orgel
  • The bare island / Andrew Gurr
  • "I am not made of stone": theatrical revision of gesture in Shakespeare's plays / Steven Urkowitz
  • The idolatrous eye: iconoclasm, anti-theatricalism, and the image of the Elizabethan theater / Michael O'Connell
  • Preachers and players in Shakespeare's England / Jeffrey Knapp
  • Hamlet when new / William Empson
  • Hamlet when new (Part II) / William Empson
  • Coriolanus and the playgoer in 1609 / Marion Trousdale
  • "Prophetic fury": Othello and the economy of Shakespearean reception / Joel B. Altman
  • Garrick, Colman, and King Lear: a reconsideration / Arthur John Harris
  • Writing for the metropolis: illegitimate performances of Shakespeare in early nineteenth-century London / Jane Moody
  • Shakespeare, illustrated: Charles Kean's 1857 production of The Tempest / Mary M. Nilan
  • Theatrical Shakespearegresses at the Guthrie and elsewhere: notes on "Legitimate production" / Thomas Clayton.