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The Shakespeare Project, Parkland College Mar 2004

The Shakespeare Project, Parkland College

Parkland Theatre

Adapted and Directed by James Zager

Lighting Design: Thomas V. Korder
Scenic Designer: Jaimee Loria
Technical Director: David G. Dillman

March 3, 5, 6 at 8 p.m.
March 7 at 3 p.m.
Post Show Talk Friday, March 5
Parkland College Theatre
2004


The Merry Wives Of Windsor: A University Actress's Approach To The Role Of Mistress Ford, Brook Akya Hanemann Jan 2004

The Merry Wives Of Windsor: A University Actress's Approach To The Role Of Mistress Ford, Brook Akya Hanemann

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

Art is too ethereal a thing to judge by tangible measure. There is no scale to weigh a performance on, no level to gauge a character’s balance, no plumb line to measure its depth. No critic can appoint an allotment of stars to represent the worth of a production, and the audience, though a vital participant within the performance experience, cannot act as Jury and deliberate together to reach an absolute verdict of approval or disapproval. How then can an actor go about working towards giving a successful performance? The Merry Wives of Windsor was written at a time ...


The Coventry Mysteries And Shakespeare’S Histories, Clifford Davidson Dec 2003

The Coventry Mysteries And Shakespeare’S Histories, Clifford Davidson

Clifford Davidson

No abstract available.


Feminist History, Theory, And Practice In The Shakespeare Classroom, Robert Lublin Dec 2003

Feminist History, Theory, And Practice In The Shakespeare Classroom, Robert Lublin

Robert Lublin

No abstract provided.