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The Oxford Handbook of Shakespeare and Dance

(Oxford Handbooks)

Mcculloch, Lynsey (EDT)   Shaw, Brandon (EDT)

Oxford Univ Pr 2019/03
615 p. 26 cm   
装丁: Hrd    装丁について
テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9780190498788
KCN: 1032458508
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DDC: 822.33
KDC: B233 シェイクスピア研究
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Motivated by growing interest in movement, materiality, and the body, The Oxford Handbook of Shakespeare and Dance is the first collection to examine the relationship between William Shakespeare - his life, works, and afterlife - and dance.

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Featuring new chapters from thirty leading scholars, The Oxford Handbook of Shakespeare and Dance examines the relationship between William Shakespeare - his life, works, afterlife - and dance.
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Table of Contents

Foreword ALAN BRISSENDEN Acknowledgements List of Contributors Introduction LYNSEY MCCULLOCH AND BRANDON SHAW SECTION I: SHAKESPEARE AND DANCE Section Introduction JENNIFER NEVILE 1. "The heaven's true figure" or an "introit to all kind of lewdness"? Competing Conceptions of Dancing in Shakespeare's England EMILY WINEROCK 2. Decoding Dance in Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing and Twelfth Night NONA MONAHIN 3. "When the play is done, you shall have a Jig or dance of all treads": Danced Endings on Shakespeare's Stage ROGER CLEGG 4. "The revellers are entering": Shakespeare and Masquing Practice in Tudor and Stuart England ANNE DAYE 5. We Are All Made: The Socioeconomics of The Two Noble Kinsmen's Anti-Masque Morris Dance JOHN R. ZIEGLER 6. The Merchant of Venice's Missing Masque: Absence, Touch, and Religious Residues LIZZIE LEOPOLD 7. Shakespeare's Dancing Bodies: The Case of Romeo BRANDON SHAW 8. Dancing with Perdita: The Choreography of Lost Time in The Winter's Tale STEVEN SWARBRICK 9. "The wisdom of your feet": Dance and Rhetoric on the Shakespearean Stage FLORENCE HAZRAT 10. [They Dance]: Collaborative Authorship and Dance in Macbeth SETH STEWART WILLIAMS 11. Dancing with the Archive: Early Dance for Shakespearean Adaptation EVELYN O'MALLEY SECTION II: SHAKESPEARE AS DANCE Section Introduction MARGARET JANE KIDNIE 12. Shakespeare, Modernism, and Dance SUSAN JONES 13. Dance in the Broadway Musicals of Shakespeare: Balanchine, Holms, and Robbins RAY MILLER 14. "Thou art translated: Affinity, Emulation, and Translation in George Balanchine's A Midsummer Night's Dream AMY RODGERS 15. "hildings and harlots": Kenneth MacMillan's Romeo and Juliet LYNSEY MCCULLOCH 16. Shakespeare Ballets in Germany: From Jean-Georges Noverre to John Neumeier IRIS JULIA BUEHRLE 17. "Therefore ha' done with words": Shakespeare and Innovative British Ballets ELINOR PARSONS 18. Measure in Everything: Adapting Hamlet to the Contemporary Dance Stage ELIZABETH KLETT 19. Hamlet, the Ballet: Examining a Choreographic Process JO BUTTERWORTH 20. Haunted by Hamlet: William Forsythe's Sider FREYA VASS-RHEE 21. Dancing her Death: Dada Masilo's The Bitter End of Rosemary (2011) as a South African Contemporary Rethinking of Hamlet's Ophelia KATHRINA FARRUGIA-KRIEL 22. Embodiment, Reciprocity, and Reception: Shakespeare Adaptations in a Black Atlantic Context ANN E. MAZZOCCA AND DENISE GILLMAN 23. Shakespeare and L.O.V.E: Dance and Desire in the Sonnets JAMES HEWISON 24. Incorporating the Text: John Farmanesh-Bocca's Pericles Redux and Crystal Pite's The Tempest Replica LINDA MCJANNET 25."A delightful measure or a dance": Synetic Theater and Physical Shakespeare SHEILA T. CAVANAGH Appendix 1 Appendix 2 Index

Subject:Shakespeare, William,