Shakespeare in Print and Performance
Rosalind Iden’s gown and the character it plays
On a sunny spring afternoon at The University of Texas at Austin, you may happen to see college students rehearsing Shakespeare in one of the courtyards on the south mall. “Shakespeare Through Performance” is a class that combines [Read more…] about Showing the audience some love
Andrew Carlson, Clinical Assistant Professor and Managing Director of the Oscar G. Brockett Center for Theatre History and Criticism at The University of Texas at Austin, has worked extensively with Shakespeare’s plays through critical analysis and performance. [Read more…] about To quarto, or not to quarto?
“All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players. They have their exits and entrances; And one man in his time plays many parts.” — As You Like It (Act II, Scene VII)
For four centuries, Shakespeare’s comedies, histories, and tragedies have held up a mirror to society, showing us our facility for both greatness and weakness. [Read more…] about Stage materials shine spotlight on centuries of Shakespeare
Nigel Cliff is a full time author and historian, holding an English degree from Oxford University. His 2007 book The Shakespeare Riots was released to high acclaim, earning recognition as one of the best nonfiction books of the year by [Read more…] about Bardolatry reaches a fever pitch in Nigel Cliff’s The Shakespeare Riots