Tuesday, July 03, 2007

Interpreting Shakespeare: The Director, the Actor, the Editor, the Teacher, the Critic

3rd British Shakespeare Association Conference
University of Warwick, 31 August- 2 September 2007

The deadline for registrations is 13 August 2007

The conference will bring together teachers, academics, students, theatre practitioners and enthusiasts for Shakespeare to consider the choices made in speaking Shakespeare, editing and teaching his work, directing his plays both on the stage and on film, and providing the music and stage design against which they are performed. Speakers will include Jonathan Bate, Cicely Berry, Ewan Fernie, Philip Davis, Kate McLuskie, Simon Palfrey, Robert Weimann, Stanley Wells and Paul Yachnin and actors, directors, designers subject to availability.

The programme will emphasise discussions and workshops to encourage active participation by delegates as well as the speakers. Panels will address Blogging the Bard, Editing Shakespeare, Speaking Shakespeare, Designing Shakespeare, Dressing Shakespeare, among other topics.

The seminar programme covers practical approaches to teaching Shakespeare; Shakespeare's plays on film; Shakespeare in performance, European Shakespeare; Shakespeare celebration as interpretation; and other topics.

For more information contact:
Susan Brock Tel 02476 150067 Email s.l.brock@warwick.ac.uk
Administrator, The CAPITAL Centre, University of Warwick
Coventry CV4 7AL, UK
Email s.l.brock@warwick.ac.uk
Tel. +44 2476 150067
Fax +44 2476 150470

For registration forms, a full list of seminars and a provisional programme see http://go.warwick.ac.uk/capital


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