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Usage data cannot currently be displayed. The next few pages introduce the articles that follow, but also seek to identify three of the reoccurring themes that they examine: performance spaces, languages and reception. For David Wiles, the play-as-event belongs to the space, and makes the space perform as much as it makes actors perform 1 ; the importance of space, as asserted by Wiles, is confirmed by the discussion of many foreign Shakespeare productions.
The way a space performs in the sense of working both with or even against a production is pertinent for shows which are transferred across not only different theatre spaces but different countries too. For the Globe to Globe Festival, the specific performance conditions of Londons reconstructed theatre challenged many companies performing during Reviewing Andrea Baracco and Vincenzo Mannas Giulio Cesare Julius Caesar for Shakespeare Beyond English, Sonia Massai points out that the performance space offered by the Globe is not neutral and often clashes with the aesthetic and more generally artistic principles that inform the theatrical language and approach shared by some directors, including Baracco An unknown error has occurred.
Please click the button below to reload the page. If the problem persists, please try again in a little while. Read preview. Sarah Dustagheer, Aleksandra Sakowska Introduction: Global Shakespeare for Anglophone Audiences 10 Sarah Dustagheer, Aleksandra Sakowska how theatres and universities might begin to explore the questions raised by foreign Shakespeare and we hope that this journal begins some of that exploratory work.
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