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Through the collection of essays Reading Performance: Spanish GoldenAge Theatre and Shakespeare on the Modern Stage, Susan L. Fisher offers a comprehensive overview of early modern plays in performance. In Fischer's words, "contemporary theory, then, can prompt the critic of the text and performance to recall that all readings have ideological implications, to examine the extent to which interpretation and ideology are intertwined, and to create a framework for deciphering the operations governing the production of new readings that arise from such culturally determined constructs" (20).

As they read performance in (trans)national productions, these essays are not only at the cutting-edge of theatre studies on the & stage, but they also bring Spanish Golden-Age plays, long neglected by professional directors of the classics because of the lack of a continuous performance tradition, closer to assuming their rightful place amongst & great theatre of the world'. SUSAN L. FISCHER is Professor of Spanish and Comparative Literature at Bucknell University. eISBN: 978-1-84615-754-7.

Through the collection of essays Reading Performance: Spanish Golden-Age Theatre and Shakespeare on the Modern Stage, Susan L. Pedro Calderón de la Barca, Tirso de Molina, and Lope de Vega are the key playwrights analyzed in this book, as well as the theatrical adaptations of Fernando de Rojas’s La Celestina and.

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Fischer, Susan . e. Comedias del Siglo de Oro and Shakespeare, Cranbury . Comedias del Siglo de Oro and Shakespeare, Cranbury, . Associated University Presses, 1989. Reading and Performance: Spanish Golden-Age Theatre and Shakespeare on the Modern Stage. Woodbridge: Thamesis. Gurr, Andrew, and Mariko Ichikawa, Staging in Shakespeare's Theatres, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000. Halliday, F. A Shakespeare Companion, 1564-1964, Harmandsworth: Penguin, 1964. Levin, Richard, New Readings vs. Old Plays: New Trends in the Interpretation of Elizabethan Drama, Chicago: Chicago University Press, 1979.

Rojas and the Interrogation of Textual Author(ity): La Celestina (The Spanish Bawd). In Reading Performance Spanish Golden Age Theatre and Shakespeare on the Modern Stage. Woodbridge: Tamesis, 2009: 43–58. Cite this chapter as: Doubinsky S. (2018) Unstable Literature. In: Pireddu N. (eds) Reframing Critical, Literary, and Cultural Theories.

All the world's a stage" is the phrase that begins a monologue from William Shakespeare's pastoral comedy As You Like It, spoken by the melancholy Jaques in Act II Scene VII Line 138. The speech compares the world to a stage and life to a play and catalogues the seven stages of a man's life, sometimes referred to as the seven ages of man. It is one of Shakespeare's most frequently quoted passages.

The sun never sets on the Shakespeare industry . Shakespeare wrote in what historical linguists now designate as Early Modern English ( c. 1500– c. 1660). Mulcaster believed that English had entered upon a formative golden age: Such a period in the Greke tung was that time, when Demosthenes lived, and that learned race of the father philosophers: such a period in the Latin tung, was that time, when Tullie lived, and those of that age: such a period in the English tung I take this to be. in our daies.

Comparative Drama, Spanish Golden Age Theatre, Theatre in General . I post this on academia as a participant, not as an author.

Comparative Drama, Spanish Golden Age Theatre, Theatre in General, Spanish Literature of the Golden Age. Balancing Acts: European Perspectives on Anglophone Verbatim Theatre. Spanish Theatre, Modern Drama, Medieval Theater and Performance, French Theatre. Staging the Truce in Early Modern Literature and History. Maison de la Recherche F 417, (4th floor).

Oscar Wilde once observed that `it is the spectator, and not life, that art really mirrors'. This thought is borne out in this volume, which brings together two different and often mutually exclusive constituencies: the academic critic and the theatre practitioner. In looking at the ways in which theatre is a barometer of society, the essays in this book form part of a larger theoretical inquiry into performance as interpretation, contingent upon the cultural context. Engaging with theoretical approaches to culture, and theoreticians from Elam to Brook, and from Derrida to Bakhtin, the author analyzes in detail productions of plays by Lope de Vega, Tirso de Molina, and Calderón de la Barca, as well as an adaptation of Rojas' Celestina, on the Spanish, or French, or Anglo-American stage. Two chapters deal with appropriations of Shakespeare's Merchant of Venice in translation on the Spanish and French boards. As they read performance in (trans)national productions, these essays are not only at the cutting-edge of theatre studies on the `foreign' stage, but they also bring Spanish Golden-Age plays, long neglected by professional directors of the classics because of the lack of a continuous performance tradition, closer to assuming their rightful place amongst `the great theatre of the world'. SUSAN L. FISCHER is Professor of Spanish and Comparative Literature at Bucknell University.