The Cambridge Shakespeare Library

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Contents

JOHN GIELGUD
2
KENNETH S ROTHWELL
6
Tradition style and the theatre today 1951
9
On producing Henry VI 1953
16
Shakespeare at Stratford Ontario 1955
27
Judi Dench talks to Gareth Lloyd Evans 1974
37
Donald Sinden talks
43
Playing Shakespeare 1988
49
Rosalind Beatrice and Viola
272
in Victorian criticism and performance 1979
283
Komisarjevsky at StratforduponAvon 1983
290
theory and practice
303
Troilus
311
Henry VIII 1950
324
Shakespeares comedies and the modern stage 1951
333
Shakespeare in the Waterloo Road 1952
342

two interviews 1994
63
Shakespeare and the metamorphosis of the pentameter 1997
72
Sign theory and Shakespeare 1988
82
Shakespeares scripts and the modern director 1983
89
Julius Caesar and the politics of theatrical
97
The challenges of Romeo and Juliet 1996
105
three speculations about
119
Some Shakespearian music 16601900 1965
131
Shakespeare in the opera house 1965
138
music and The Tempest
156
the art
171
to metacinema 1987
196
Six points of stagecraft in The Winters Tale 1958
224
Some dramatic techniques in The Winters Tale 1969
233
Malvolio and the dark house 1989
245
how productions from 1720 to 1929 close
253
The tragic curve 1956
349
Three adaptations 1960
358
S Franco Zeffirellis Romeo and Juliet 1962
366
A neurotic Portia 1972
374
Shakespeare performances in StratforduponAvon
380
Shakespeare performances in England 19878 1990
395
The Wars of the Roses
407
the opening season at Shakespeares
415
Henry V
427
119
440
224
445
43
449
324
452
427
458
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