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Title Remaking Shakespeare : performance across media, genres, and cultures / edited by Pascale Aebischer, Edward J. Esche, and Nigel Wheale
Published Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire ; New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2003

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 W'PONDS  820.33 A4 A2467  AVAILABLE
Description xiii, 214 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Series Palgrave Shakespeare studies
Palgrave Shakespeare studies.
Contents 1. Introduction / Pascale Aebischer and Nigel Wheale -- 2. Shakespeare in the Fourth Dimension: Twelfth Night and American Sign Language / Peter Novak -- 3. Modernity, Postcoloniality and Othello: the Case of Saptapadi / Paromita Chakravarti -- 4. Reading 'Other Shakespeares' / Poonam Trivedi -- 5. Othello's Travels in New Zealand: Shakespeare, Race and National Identity / Catherine Silverstone -- 6. 'Alas poor country!': Documenting the Politics of Performance in Two British Television Macbeths since the 1980s / Susanne Greenhalgh -- 7. Julius Caesar in Interesting Times / Jean Chothia -- 8. Will! Or Shakespeare in Hollywood: Anthony Burgess's Cinematic Presentation of Shakespearean Biography / Kay H. Smith -- 9. The Singing Shakespearean: Kenneth Branagh's Love's Labour's Lost and the Politics of Genre / Ramona Wray -- 10. Romeo and Juliet: the Rock and Roll Years / Robert Shaughnessy -- 11. Re-Incarnations / Barbara Hodgdon
Summary "Located at the intersection of Shakespeare studies, performance studies and cultural studies, Remaking Shakespeare addresses the question of how Shakespeare's plays affect and are affected by their environments as they are transposed into a variety of media, genres, cultures, geographical locations and historical moments. From American Sign Language translation, through Asian stage and screen appropriations, New Zealand soap opera, abandoned screenplays, politically inflected documentaries, conservative exam questions and scholarly editions, film soundtracks and radio programmes, to recent stage and screen performances in Britain and the United States, the wide range of 'remade' Shakespeares discussed in this volume bears witness to the vitality of Shakespeare in popular culture and academic discourse. Together, the essays raise issues that transcend the individual performances and texts they discuss, providing significant contributions to the fields of performance studies and postcolonial studies and tackling theoretical issues of adaptation and genre in practical terms."--BOOK JACKET
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 -- Film adaptations.
Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 -- Television adaptations.
Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 -- Filmand video adaptations
Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 -- Adaptations -- History and criticism.
Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 -- Dramatic production.
Genre/Form Film adaptations.
Author Aebischer, Pascale, 1970-
Esche, Edward J., 1953-
Wheale, Nigel.
LC no. 2003045684
ISBN 1403912661