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Rehearsal from Shakespeare to Sheridan

by Tiffany Stern

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Published by Oxford University Press in Oxford, New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • England
    • Subjects:
    • Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 -- Stage history.,
    • Theater rehearsals -- England -- History.,
    • English drama -- History and criticism.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. [291]-322) and index.

      StatementTiffany Stern.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPN2071.R45 S74 2000
      The Physical Object
      Paginationx, 337 p. ;
      Number of Pages337
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6778248M
      ISBN 100198186819
      LC Control Number00020788

        Building on the research of Tiffany Stern, for example (Rehearsal from Shakespeare to Sheridan []), Rutter nicely argues that A Midsummer Night's Dream showcases the labor that goes into performance by staging the mental and physical work of rehearsal in which Bottom and the other mechanicals engage throughout the play.   The rehearsal: as performed at the Theatre Royal in Drury Lane, to which is added a key, or critical view of the authors, and their writings exposed in this play, by S. Briscoe, ; and Richard Brinsley Sheridan: The critic; or A tragedy rehearsed, a dramatic piece in three acts as performed at the Theatre Royal in Drury Lane.

      Photos by Maryam Banyahmad. These plays speak to our now—an unprecedented time in the nation’s capital—and ignite questions about our collective humanity.   Shakespeare is in the house at SOMETHING ROTTEN! Learn more and get tickets at

      But the Shakespeare part was, once I found the right person, Kieran Viola— Kieran Scott is her author name— she is a huge Shakespeare nerd, we met up and had lunch and talked about Shakespeare for a long time, and actually I got a two-book deal and when I kind of lay [sic] out for her what I was thinking, the next book to be, she really. Tiffany Stern. Tiffany Stern is a Professorial Fellow in Shakespeare and Early Modern Drama at The Shakespeare Institute, University of Birmingham, and author of Rehearsal from Shakespeare to Sheridan (); Making Shakespeare (); Shakespeare in Parts (with Simon Palfrey, ); and Documents of Performance ().


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Rehearsal from Shakespeare to Sheridan by Tiffany Stern Download PDF EPUB FB2

Rehearsal from Shakespeare to Sheridan is likely to become indispensable for any serious student of English theatrical history." --Eighteenth-Century Studies. About the Author. Tiffany Stern is a Lecturer in English Literature, Oxford University; Beaverbrook and Bouverie Fellow and Tutor in English Literature at University College, Oxford.

Cited by:   Amazing book that asks a simple question, What were rehearsals like from Shakespeares time to Sheridans. and finds extremely complex answers. Voraciously researched, fastidiously evidenced, and clearly stated, Stern has uncovered hundreds of interesting and important facts with only a little of the speculation that mars many studiesand she usually lets /5.

The question of rehearsal is seldom confronted directly, though important textual moments - like revision - are often attributed to it. Furthermore, up until now, facts about theatrical rehearsal have been considered irrecoverable.

Rehearsal from Shakespeare to Sheridan is likely to become indispensable for any serious student of English 5/5(2).

Get this from a library. Rehearsal from Shakespeare to Sheridan. [Tiffany Stern] -- This a history of rehearsal, from the 16th century to the 18th, which examines its nature and changing content and draws upon autobiographical, textual and journalistic sources.

It shows how. Winner of Shortlisted for The Theatre Book Prize Description: x, pages ; 22 cm: Contents: Introduction --Rehearsal in the theatres of Peter Quince and Ben Jonson --Rehearsal in Shakespeare's theatre --Rehearsal in Betterton's theatre --Rehearsal in Cibber's theatre --Rehearsal in Garrick's theatre: and later.

Responsibility: Tiffany. Rehearsal from Shakespeare to Sheridan available in Hardcover, Paperback. Add to Wishlist. ISBN and eighteenth-century theatrical practice.

Plotting theatrical change over time, this book will revolutionize the fields of textual and theatre history alike. Product Details Rehearsal in Shakespeare's theatre Rehearsal in Price: $ Attention is often given to the performance of a text, but not to the shaping process behind that performance.

The question of rehearsal is seldom confronted directly, though important textual moments — like revision — are often attributed to it.

What is more, up until now, facts about theatrical rehearsal have been considered irrecoverable. Rehearsal from Shakespeare to Sheridan Tiffany Stern.

Offers an exciting cross-fertilization of methods, techniques, and sensibilities: archival history, close attention to language and technique, performance, the metaphysics of drama. As Tiffany Stern demonstrates in her remarkable Rehearsal from Shakespeare to Sheridan, it may be possible to know more about the preparations for an early modern performance than about the performance ling a truly daunting number of instances from archives and from references embedded in playtexts themselves, Stern offers a Author: Tiffany Stern.

Book. Rehearsal from Shakespeare to Sheridan Tiffany Stern. Published in print November | ISBN: Published online October | e-ISBN in Rehearsal from Shakespeare to Sheridan.

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Offers an exciting cross-fertilization of methods, techniques, and sensibilities: archival history, close attention to language and technique, performance, the metaphysics of drama.

Download Citation | Rehearsal from Shakespeare to Sheridan | Book InformationRehearsal from Shakespeare to Sheridan. By Tiffany Stern. Clarendon Press. £ | Author: M. Bawtree. This chapter explores rehearsal from the establishment of the early professional theatre to its closure, covering roughly the years – It attempts to determine the amount of rehearsal likely for any public theatre production by a statistical consideration of the number of plays generally mounted during a season.

It also investigates what rehearsal itself consisted of, in. rehearsal itself being one likely space in which that practice dif-fered. The Rehearsal from Shakespeare to Sheridan, then, is a truly landmark study, one whose thesis is worth serious consideration as we revise our understanding of early modern theatrical practice.

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NOTES AND QUERIES March generating levels of nuance and irony that do not impair the virtues of his book. I would only add to the anonymous `friend's' comment one of Mr Boyle's in an earlier part of the book: `Swift's engaged criticism is one that suggests. Buy Rehearsal from Shakespeare to Sheridan by Tiffany Stern from Waterstones today.

Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Pages: My monographs are Rehearsal from Shakespeare to Sheridan (Oxford: Clarendon Press, ), Making Shakespeare (New York and London: Routledge, ), [with Simon Palfrey] Shakespeare in Parts (Oxford: OUP, ; winner of the David Bevington Award for Best New Book in Early Drama Studies) and Documents of Early Modern Performance (Cambridge.

Eleanor Catton was born in in Canada and raised in Canterbury, New Zealand. She completed an MA in Creative Writing at Victoria University in and won the Adam Prize in Creative Writing for her first novel, The Rehearsal, which was also long-listed for the Orange Prize and short-listed for the Dylan Thomas studied at the Iowa Writers' Workshop as the.

Working with Cue Scripts and Shakespeare’s Staging Practices Monday, Feb. 27, pm Leader: Sarah Enloe, American Shakespeare Center Resources Used: Example Cue Scripts Handouts: Asides and Audience Contact; Staging Challenges - Crowds and Audiences: Activities 1 & 2 Resources Mentioned: Rehearsal from Shakespeare to Sheridan.

Shakespeare and Memory ª Blackwell Publishing Ltd Literature Compass 9/8 (): –, /jx Skepticism and Memory in Shakespeare and Donne Book. The Rehearsal by young New Zealand author Eleanor Catton is an astonishing debut novel that is both surprising as it is enlightening.

The story is smart, playful and self-possessed with a wonderful array of character's that combined with such a arresting and seductive storyline that make it that whenever you open the book you will find it nigh /5. This article argues that rehearsal potentially exceeds performance as a means of imaginative, affective and interpretive engagement with Shakespeare's plays.

The argument is showcased through analysis of a rehearsal period for a production of Shakespeare's Henry IV, Part 1. Rehearsal is characterised as embodied and embedded repetition, a.The Rehearsal is the debut novel by Eleanor was released by Victoria University Press in New Zealand in The Rehearsal was later bought by Granta Books in the UK and released there in July Author: Eleanor Catton.