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A Bibliography of Literary Theory, Criticism and Philology



http://www.unizar.es/departamentos/filologia_inglesa/garciala/bibliography.html

by José Ángel García Landa

(University of Zaragoza, Spain)


Theatre:

Directors, Producers, Managers




Miscellaneous
Chinoy, Helen Krich. "The Emergence of the Director." In Toby Cole and Helen Krich Chinoy, eds., Directors on Directing: A Sourcebook of the Modern Theatre. Rev. ed. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1963. 1-77.

Cole, Toby, and Helen Crich Chinoy, eds. Directors on Directing: A Sourcebook of the Modern Theatre. Rev. ed. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1963.

Cook, Judith. Director's Theatre. London, 1974.

Eyre, Richard. "9. Directing Hare." In The Cambridge Companion to David Hare. Ed. Richard Boon. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2007. 138-50.*

Kott, Jan. "Prospero, or the Director: Giorgio Strehler's The Tempest." First trans. as "Prospero, or the Director: Giorgio Strehler's The Tempest (Piccolo Teatro di Milano)." Trans. Barbara Krzywicka. Theater 10.2 (1979): 117-22. Rev. version in The Bottom Translation: Marlowe and Shakespeare and the Carnival Tradition. Trans. Daniela Miedzyrzecka and Lillian Vallee. Evanston: Northwestern UP, 1987. 133-41. In The Tempest: Critical Essays. Ed. Patrick M. Murphy. New York; Routledge, 2001. 364-70.*

Ley, Graham, and Jane Milling. "Theoretical Practitioners." In Ley and Milling, Performance and Theory from Stanislavski to Boal. Houndmills: Macmillan, 2000.

Muir, Kenneth. "The Critic, the Director and Liberty of Interpreting." In The Triple Bond. Ed. Joseph G. Price. U of Pennsylvania, 1975. 20-29.

Nagler, A M. Misdirection: Open Production in the Twentieth Century. Hamden (CT): Archon Books, 1981.

Nickevic, Sanja. "British Brutalism, the 'New European Drama', and the Role of the Director." New Theatre Quarterly 21.3: 255-72.

Schafer, Elizabeth. Ms-Directing Shakespeare: Women Direct Shakespeare. London: Women's Press, 1998.

Turner, Barry, ed. The Writer's Handbook 2009. Foreword by Ion Trewin. Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009. (Publishers, magazines, literary agents, newspapers, broadcasting, theatre producers, writers' courses, fellowships, societies, services, libraries, press cutting agencies, consultants, festivals, prizes….)

Whitmore, Jon. Directing Postmodern Theater: Shaping Signification in Performance. Ann Arbor: U of Michigan P, 1994.

Wu, Duncan. Making Plays: Interviews with Contemporary British Dramatists and Directors. Houndmills: Macmillan, 2000.
Anthologies

Mazer, Cary M., ed. Great Shakespeareans, Volume XV: Poel, Granville Barker, Guthrie, Wanamaker. (Great Shakespeareans, set IV). London: Bloomsbury, 2013.*

Films
Synecdoche, New York. Written and dir. Charlie Kaufman. Cast: Philip Seymour Hoffman, Samantha Morton, Michelle Williams, Catherine Keener, Sadie Goldstein, Emily Watson, Dianne Wiest, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Hope Davis, Tom Noonan. Prod. Charlie Kaufman, Anthony Bregman, Bruce Toll, Ray Angelic, Sidney Kimmel. Cinemat. Frederick Elmes. Music John Brion. USA: Sony Pictures / Sydney Kimmel Entertainment, 2008.*
Series
(Directors in Perspective). Cambridge: Cambridge UP.

See also Performance.



Individual directors


Basil Adams
Adams, Basil, dir. Hamlet. BBC TV live broadcast. UK, 1947.

Akalaitis
Fuchs, Elinor. "JoAnne Akalaitis's Cymbeline." 1989. In Fuchs, The Death of Character: Perspectives on Theater after Modernism. Bloomington: Indiana UP, 1996. 185-93.*

Alexander
Mason, A. E. W. Sir George Alexander and the St James's Theatre. 1935.


Marga Altolaguirre
Works
Jonson, Ben. Volpone. Spanish prod. Dir. Marga Altolaguirre. San Sebastián, 2012. YouTube 30 Aug 2012.*

http://youtu.be/VG6lxuqo7mo

2014
Roberto Andò


Bellini, Vincenzo. Norma. June Anderson, Daniela Barcellona, Shin Young Hoon, Ildar Abdrazakov, Leonardo Melani, Svetlana Ignatovitch. Chorus of the Verdi Festival (Martino Faggiani). Europa Galante / Fabio Biondi. Stage dir. Roberto Andò. DVD. (La Gran Ópera). Barcelona: Planeta DeAgostini, c. 2004.

Antoine
Chothia, Jean. André Antoine. (Directors in Perspective). 1991.

Miguel del Arco

Productions


Arco, Miguel del, dir. La violación de Lucrecia. With Nuria Espert. Teatro de las Esquinas, Zaragoza, 25-26 Oct. 2014.*

http://www.teatrodelasesquinas.com/nuria-espert-la-violacion-de-lucrecia/

2014


Grischa Asagaroff
Rossini, G. A. El Barbero de Sevilla. Vesselina Kasarova, Reinaldo Macias, Manuel Lanza, Carlos Chausson, Nicolai Ghiaurov, Elizabeth Rae Magnuson. Chorus and Orchestra of the Zurich Opera / Nello Santi. Stage dir. Grischa Asagaroff. DVD. (La Gran Opera). Barcelona: Planeta DeAgostini, c. 2004.

Eugenio Barba
Innes, Christopher D. "Anthropology, Environmental Theatre and Sexual Revolution." (Eugenio Barba, Schechner, Joe Chaikin, Living Theatre). In Innes, Avant Garde Theatre 1892-1992. London: Routledge, 1993. 167-92.*

Jean-Louis Barrault
Barrault, Jean-Louis. "Artaud, Blin, Beckett: ou le plus grand auteur dramatique des temps modernes". In Samuel Beckett. Ed. Pierre Chabert. (Special issue of Journal d'Esthétique, 1986). 175-178.*

_____. Mise en scène de Phèdre. (Points). Paris: Seuil.


Innes, Christopher D. "Ritual and Acts of Communion." (Barrault, total theatre). In Innes, Avant Garde Theatre 1892-1992. London: Routledge, 1993. 95-107.*


Journals
Cahiers Renaud-Barrault 44 (Oct. 1963).


John Barton
Billington, Michael. "John Barton's Production at the Aldwych Theatre." (Much Ado About Nothing). 1977. In Shakespeare: Much Ado about Nothing and As You Like It. Ed. John Russell Brown. (Casebooks series). Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1979. 230-31.*


Roger Blin
Beckett, Samuel. En attendant Godot. 1st performed dir. Roger Blin, 1953.

Augusto Boal
Works
Boal, Augusto. Theatre of the Oppressed. London: Pluto Press, 1979.


Criticism
Ley, Graham, and Jane Milling. "Boal." In Ley and Milling, Performance and Theory from Stanislavski to Boal. Houndmills: Macmillan, 2000.

Michael Bogdanov
Works
Shakespeare. "Henry VI Part II." (King Henry VI: House of York, dir. Michael Bogdanov - from The Wars of the Roses: A Sequence of Seven History Plays by William Shakespeare, by the English Shakespeare Company (live at the Grand Theatre, Swansea). with Paul Brennen as Henry VI, June Watson as Margaret, Barry Stanton as York, Michael Cronin as Warwick, Philip Bowen as Edward, John Dougall as Clarence, Andrew Jarvis as Gloucester, Michael Pennington as Jack Cade. Portman Classics / Contracts International / Windmill Lane Productions; Broadcast at Full House with Shany Fleff). YouTube (Jason Sager) 22 July 2014.*

https://youtu.be/sZi2aR8iu1M

2015


Michael Boyd
(Artistic Director, Royal Shakespeare Company)
Works
Boyd, Michael. "Foreword." In William Shakespeare: Complete Works (The RSC Shakespeare). Ed. Jonathan Bate and Eric Rasmussen. Chief associate ed. Héloîse Sénéchal. London: Macmillan, 2007. Pbk. 2008. 64.*

Peter Brook
(Assoc. Dir. of the Royal Shakespeare Company; Dir. of the International Centre for Theatre Research, Paris)


Works: Writings
Brook, Peter. Preface to Ring Around the Moon. By Jean Anouilh. Trans. Christopher Fry. 1950. (Trans. of L'Invitation au Château).

_____. "Shakespeare on Three Screens." Sight and Sound 34 (1965).

_____. Introd. to Marat/Sade. By Peter Weiss. New York, 1966.

_____. The Empty Space. London: MacGibbon and Kee, 1968.

_____. The Empty Space. New York, 1969.

_____. The Empty Space. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1973.

_____. El espacio vacío: Arte y técnica del teatro. Ediciones de Bolsillo.

_____. Draft shooting script for King Lear. 5 Dec. 1968. Unpublished. Library of the Shakespeare Institute, U of Birmingham.

_____. Draft shooting script for King Lear. 1968. Microfilm copy, Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, DC.

_____. The Open Door: Thoughts on Acting and Theatre. 1993.

_____. La puerta abierta: Reflexiones sobre la interpretación y el teatro. Trans. Gema Moral Bartolomé. Sant Llorenç d'Hortons (Barcelona): Alba Editorial, 1994. 2nd ed. 1996. 3rd ed. 1997. 4th ed. 1999. 5th ed. 2002. 6th ed. 2004. 7th ed. 2007. 8th ed. 2010.*

Holland, Peter, ed. Great Shakespeareans, Volume XVIII: Hall, Brook, Ninagawa, Lepage. (Great Shakespeareans, set IV). London: Bloomsbury, 2013.*



Works: Theatrical productions
Brook, Peter, dir. Titus Andronicus. Theatrical prod. 1955.

_____, dir. Marat/Sade.




Works: Films
Brook, Peter (stage direction). King Lear. Dir. Andrew McCullough. TV film of a theatrical production. Cast: Orson Welles, Natasha Parry, Arnold Moss, Bramwell Fletcher, Margaret Phillips, Beatrice Straight, Alan Badel, Frederic Worlock, Scott Forbes. Music by Virgil Thomson. Prod. Fred Rickey. b/w, 73 min. USA, 1953.

Brook, Peter, dir. The Persecution and Assassination of Jean-Paul Marat as Performed by the Inmates of the Asylum at Charenton Under the Direction of the Marquis de Sade. (a.k.a. Marat/Sade). Filmed version of the play by Peter Weiss. Trans. Adrian Mitchell. Royal Shakespeare Company, with Patrick Magee, Glenda Jackson, etc., dir. Peter Brook. 1966. DVD. MGM/UA Video, 2001. YouTube (Fidelis Scardanelli) 18 Oct. 2012.*



http://youtu.be/RJc4I6pivqg

2012


_____. "Marat/Sade." In García Landa, Vanity Fea 10 Jan. 2013.*

http://vanityfea.blogspot.com.es/2013/01/maratsade.html

2013


_____, dir. King Lear. Dir. Peter Brook. Screenplay by Peter Brook, based on Shakespeare's play. Cast: Paul Scofield, Irene Worth, Jack MacGowran, Alan Webb, Cyril Cusack, Patrick Magee, Robert Lloyd, Tom Fleming, Susan Engel, Annelise Gabold, Ian Hogg, Barry Stanton, Soren Elung-Jensen. Photog. Henning Kristiansen. Music by Robert Allen. Prod. des. Geroges Wakévitch. Ed. Kasper Schyber. Prod. Michael Birkett and Mogens Skot-Hansen. b/w, 137 m. UK/Denmark: Filmways/Athena-Laterna, 1969. (Bodil Festival prize for best actor, Paul Scofield, 1971).


Biography
Trewin, J. C. Peter Brook: A Biography. London, 1971.


Criticism
Acker, Paul. "Conventions for Dialogue in Peter Brook's King Lear." Literature/Film Quarterly 8.4 (1980): 219-24.

Allombert, Guy. "Le roi Lear."Rev. of Peter Brook's film. Image et son 282 (March 1984): 103.

Andrews, Nigel. Rev. of King Lear. Dir. Peter Brook. Sight and Sound 40 (Autumn 1971): 223-4.

Berlin, Normand. "Peter Brook's Interpretation of King Lear: Nothing Will Come of Nothing." Literature/Film Quarterly 5.4 (1977): 299-303.

Braun, Eric. Rev. of King Lear. Dir. Peter Brook. Films and Filming 18 Oct. 1971: 54-6.

Croyden, Margaret. "Peter Brook's Tempest." TDR (Tulane Drama Review) 13.3 (1969): 125-28. In The Tempest: Critical Essays. Ed. Patrick M. Murphy. New York; Routledge, 2001. 357-60.*

Davies, Anthony. Filming Shakespeare's Plays: The Adaptations of Laurence Olivier, Orson Welles, Peter Brook and Akira Kurosawa. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1988.*

Hetherington, Robert A. "The Lears of Peter Brook." Shakespeare on Film Newsletter 6.1 (1982).

Howard, Tony. "When Peter Met Orson: The 1953 CBS King Lear." In Shakespeare, the Movie: Popularizing the Plays on Film, TV and Video. Ed. Lynda E. Boose and Richard Burt. London: Routledge, 1997. 1999. 121-34.* (Peter Brook, Orson Welles).

Hunt, Albert, and Geoffrey Reeves. Peter Brook. (Directors in Perspective). Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1995.

Innes, Christopher D. "Myth and Theatre Laboratories." (Brook). In Innes, Avant Garde Theatre 1892-1992. London: Routledge, 1993. 125-48.*

Johnson, William. "King Lear and Macbeth." Film Quarterly 25 (1972): 41-8.

Kael, Pauline. "Peter Brook's 'Night of the Living Dead'." New Yorker 11 Dec. 1971: 135-7. (King Lear).

Lambert, J. W. "Plays in Performance." Drama (Summer 1970): 15-28. (Brook's King Lear)

Manvell, Roger. Interview with Michael Birkett. (On Brook's King Lear). In Manvell, Shakespeare and the Film. London, 1971. Rev. ed. Cranbury, NJ, 1979. 136-43.

Millar, Sylvia. "King Lear." Monthly Film Bulletin 38 (1971): 182-3.

Reeves, Geoffrey. "Finding Shakespeare on Film: From an Interview with Peter Brook." Rpt. in Focus on Shakespearean Films. Ed. Charles W. Eckert. Englewood Cliffs (NJ): Prentice Hall, 1972; London, 1972.

_____. "Finding Shakespeare on Film: From an Interview with Peter Brook." In Film Theory and Criticism. Ed. Gerald Mast and Marshal Cohen. 1st ed. 316-21.

Wilds, Lillian. "One King Lear for Our Time: A Bleak Film Vision by Peter Brook." Literature/Film Quarterly 4 (1976): 159-64.

Patrice Caurier
Works
Handel. Giulio Cesare. Andreas Scholl (Giulio Cesare), Cecilia Bartoli (Cleopatra), Anne Sofie von Otter (Cornelia), Philippe Jaroussky (Sesto), Christophe Dumaux (Tolomeo), Ruben Drole (Achilla), Jochen Kowalsky (Nirena), Peter Kálman (Curio). Il Giardino Armonico / Giovanni Antonini. Stage dir. Moshe Leiser and Patrice Caurier. Live video from the Salzburger Pfingstfestspiele. YouTube 7 Oct. 2013.*

https://youtu.be/b86ALmacV3U

2015



Peter Cheeseman
Works
Cheeseman, Peter, dir. The Knotty. Verbatim theatre. Prod. Victoria Theatre, Stoke-on-Trent, 1966.

_____. "Peter Cheeseman . . . on Documentary Theatre." In Talking to Terrorists. By Robin Soans. London: Oberon, 2006. 104-7.




C. B. Cochran
(Music Hall impresario)
____. Houp la! Music hall. St Martin's theatre, 1916.

Jeremy Cole
Works
Marlowe. Doctor Faustus - Directed by Jeremy Cole. Actors' Ensemble of Berkeley. YouTube (Actors Ensemble of Berkeley) 27 Dec. 2009.*

https://youtu.be/b4DXV8OTUEk

2015


Michael Colgan
Works
Beckett, Samuel. Happy Days. Prod. Michael Colgan. YouTube (27 Oct. 2015):

https://youtu.be/Gzxj6Q2fY5w

2016



Jacques Copeau
(French director)
Copeau, J. Souvenirs du Vieux-Colombier. 1931.

Gide, André. Correspondance avec Jacques Copeau, I. (Cahiers André Gide 12). Paris: Gallimard.



Criticism
Kurtz, M. Biographie d'un théâtre. 1951.

Ley, Graham, and Jane Milling. "Meyerhold, Copeau and Brecht." In Ley and Milling, Performance and Theory from Stanislavski to Boal. Houndmills: Macmillan, 2000.



Albert de Courville
(Music hall impresario, London, early 20th c.)
_____. Hullo, Rag-Time! Hippodrome music hall, 1912.

Craig
Works
Ley, Graham, and Jane Milling. "Craig and Appia." In Ley and Milling, Performance and Theory from Stanislavski to Boal. Houndmills: Macmillan, 2000.
Bridget D'Oyly Carte
Gilbert, W S., and A. Sullivan. "The Pirates of Penzance with the D'Oyly Carte Opera featured on Omnibus." 1955. Presented by Alister Cook. Dir. Bridget D'Oyly Carte. Cast: Joy Mornay (Kate), Joyce Wright (Edith), Neville Griffiths (Fredric), Don Adams (Pirate King), Margaret Dobson (Isabel), Ann Drummond-Grant (Ruth), Muriel Harding (Mabel), Trevor Hills (Samuel), Fisher Morgan (Sergeant of Police), Peter Pratt (Major General Stanley). D'Oyly Carte Opera Company / Isidore Godfrey. YouTube (globalimageworks) 7 Nov. 2014.*

https://youtu.be/-EugH7Be9Ds

2015



Stephen Daldry
Works
The Hours. Dir. Stephen Daldry. Screenplay by David Hare, based on the novel by Michael Cunningham. Cast: Meryl Streep, Julianne Moore, Nicole Kidman, Ed Harris, Toni Collette, Claire Danes, Jeff Daniels, Stephen Dillane, Allison Janney, John C. Reilly, Miranda Richardson. Music by Philip Glass. Costume des. Ann Roth. Ed. Peter Boyle. Prod. des. Maria Djurkovic. Photog. Seamus McGarvey. Exec prod. Mark Huffam. Prod. Scott rudin and Robert Fox. USA: Paramount / Miramax, 2002.*

http://TheHoursMovie.com

El lector. Dir. Stephen Daldry. Written by David Hare, based on the novel by Bernhard Schlink. Cast: Kate Winslet, Ralph Fiennes, Alexandra Maria Lara, Bruno Ganz, David Kross, Lena Olin. Music by Nico Muhly. Ed. Claire Simpson. Prod. des. Brigitte Broch. Photog. Chris Menges, Roger Dieakins. Exec. prod. Bob Weinstein, Harvey Weinstein. Prod. Anthony Minghella, Sydney Pollack, Donna Gigliotti, Redmond Morris. The Weinstein Company (etc), 2008. Spanish DVD: El lector. RBA-SpeakUp / The Weinstein Company, [2009].*

http://www.TheReader-Movie.com

2009


Criticism
Aragay, Mireia, Hildegard Klein, Enric Monforte, and Pilar Zozaya, eds. British Theatre of the 1990s: Interviews with directors, playwrights, critics and academics. Basingstoke and New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007. (I, Directors: Stephen Daldry, Ian Rickson, Max Stafford-Clark; II, Playwrights: Neil Bartlett, Martin Crimp, Kevin Elyot, Joe Penhall, Mark Ravenhill; III, Critics: Michael Billington, Nicholas de Jongh, Aleks Sierz; IV, Academics: Dan Rebellato, Graham Saunders, Alan Sinfield).

Goldstein, Ben, and Mike O'Neill. The Reader. (SpeakUp booklet). Barcelona: RBA Edipresse, [2009].* (On Stephen Daldry's film, misleading copyright page date, "1985").


Music
Glass, Philip. The Hours: Music from the Motion Picture. CD. Miramax / Nonesuch, 2002.*



De Loutherbourg

Works
O'Keefe, John, and De Loutherbourg. Omai, or a Trip round the World. Pantomime. 1785.
Criticism
Lawrence, W. J. "The Pioneers of Modern English Stage Mounting: De Loutherbourg." The Magazine of Art (March 1895).

Trussler, Simon. "12. The Garrick Years 1741-1776." In Trussler, The Cambridge Illustrated History of British Theatre. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1994. pbk 2000. 178-93.* (Imperialism emergent, respectability triumphant. Competition from the novel. Garrick goes to Drury Lane. The leading actors and their styles. Foote at the Little and Colman at Covent Garden. Comedy, tragedy—and sentimentality. The Shakespeare industry gathers pace. Spectacle and pantomime. De Loutherbourg and the scenographic revolution. The fairgrounds dispossessed, the provinces legitimized. Dawn of the industrial revolution—and of the movement for reform).



Gilbert Deflo
Works
Monteverdi, Claudio. "L'Orfeo - Favola in Musica - Representación de Jordi Savall." Montserrat Figueras (La Música), Furio Zanasi (Orfeo), Arianna Savall (Eurídice), Sara Mingardo (La Mensajera), Cécile van de Sant (La Esperanza), Antonio Abete (Caronte), Adriana Fernández (Proserpina), Daniele Carnovich (Plutón), Fulvio Bettini (Apolo), Marilía Vargas (Ninfa). Francesc Garrigosa, Carlos Mena, Gerd Türk, Iván García (Pastores / Espíritus). Capella Reial de Catalunya / Jordi Savall. Gran Teatro del Liceo de Barcelona. Staged by Gilbert Deflo. Dir. Brian Large. YouTube (Belarmo) 20 Sept. 2011.*

https://youtu.be/0mD16EVxNOM

2015



Declan Donnellan
Works
As You Like it. All-male production. Dir. Declan Donnellan for Cheek by Jowl. International tour, 1991-92.

Matthew Dunster
Works
Marlowe, Christopher. Doctor Faustus. Dir. Matthew Dunster. Dir. For the screen by Ian Russell. DVD prod. James Whitbourn. Cast: Paul Hilton, Arthur Darvill, Charlotte Broom, Richard Clews, Jonathan Cullen, Robert Doodale, William Mannering, Sarita Piotrovski, Pearce Quiigley, Iris Roberts. Beatriz Romilly, Felix Scott, Jade Williams, Chinna Wodu. (Globe Theatre on Screen). UK: Opus Arte, 2012.*
Gale Edwards
Works
Jesus Christ Superstar. Dir. Gale Edwards and Nick Morris. Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber, lyrics by Tim Rice. A New Stage Production. Cast: Glenn Carter, Jérôme Pradon, Renée Castle, Fred Johanson, Michael Shaeffer, Cavin Cornwall, Tony Vincent, Rik Mayall, Peter Gallagher, Michael McCarthy, Philip Cox, Mathew Cross, Kevin Curtin, Paul Vickers, Mykal Rand. Exec. prod. Austin Shaw, Dusty Symonds, Kevin Wallace. Cinematography Nic Knowland. Ed. Nick Morris. Costumes by Roger Kirk. DVD. UK: Really Useful Films, 2000.* (Won Emmy 2001).

Robert Estes
Works
Shaw, G. B. Heartbreak House. Dir. Robert Estes. YouTube (Actors Ensemble of Berkeley) 25 Oct. 2012.*

https://youtu.be/kKCAlDv9gDI

2015


Richard Eyre
(British theatre, film and TV director, Artistic Director of the Royal National Theatre for ten years)
Works
Eyre, Richard. Changing Stages: A View of British Theatre in the Twentieth Century.

_____. "9. Directing Hare." In The Cambridge Companion to David Hare. Ed. Richard Boon. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2007. 138-50.*




Works: Productions
Richard III. Dir. Richard Eyre. With Ian McKellen. Royal National Theatre, 1990.


Elizabeth Freestone
Works
The Duchess of Malfi. By John Webster, Greenwich Theatre production. Dir. Elizabeth Freestone. Cast: Peter Bankolé, Edmund Kingsley, Tim Treloar, Mark Hadfield, Tim Steed, Richard Bremmer, Conrad Westmaas, James Wallace, Aislin McGuckin, Harvey Virdi, Brigid Zengeni, Maxwell Hutcheon, Louis Houghton. Recorded live at Greenwich Theatre. DVD. (Stage on Screen). London: Stage on Screen, 2010.*

Volpone. By Ben Jonson. Greenwich Theatre production, dir, Elizabeth Freestone, Cast: Richard Bremmer (Volpone), Mark Hadfield (Mosca), Conrad Westmaas (Nano/Avvocato), Harvey Virdi (Androgyno/Avvocato), Edmund Kinglsey (Castrone/Peregrine/Avvocato), Maxwell Hutcheon (Corbaccio), Tim Steed (Corvino), James Wallace (Sir Politic Would-Be), Aislin McGuckin (Celia), Peter Bankole (Bonario/Corvino's Servant), Brigid Zengeni (Lady Would Be). Prod. Film dir. Chris Cowey. DVD. London: Stage on Screen, 2010.*


E. W. Godwin
Criticism
Wilde, Oscar. "The Cenci." Rev. of Percy B. Shelley's play, prod. by the Shelley Society and E. W. Godwin, Grand Theatre, Islington. The Dramatic Review 15 May 1886.

_____. "The Cenci." In Wilde, Selected Journalism. Ed. Anya Clayworth. (Oxford World's Classics). Oxford: Oxford UP, 2004. 60-62.*

_____. "Helena in Troas." Rev. of John Todhunter's play. Prod. E. W. Godwin, Hengler's Circus, London. The Dramatic Review 22 May 1886.

_____. "Helena in Troas." In Wilde, Selected Journalism. Ed. Anya Clayworth. (Oxford World's Classics). Oxford: Oxford UP, 2004. 62-65.*

_____. "As You Like It at Coombe House." Rev. of Lady Archibald Campbell and E. W. Godwin's production. The Dramatic Review 6 June 1885. In Wilde, Selected Journalism. Ed. Anya Clayworth. (Oxford World's Classics). Oxford: Oxford UP, 2004. *

_____. "As You Like It at Coombe House." In Wilde, Selected Journalism. Ed. Anya Clayworth. (Oxford World's Classics). Oxford: Oxford UP, 2004. 56-58.*




Scott Graham
Frantic Assembly. Theatrical company, dir. Scott Graham and Steven Hogett.
Graham, Scott, and Steven Hoggett. The Frantic Assembly Book of Devising Theatre. London: Routledge, 2009.

Steiger, Nina. "'Absolute Immediacy': A Conversation with Scott Graham." Contemporary Theatre Review 16.3 (2006): 312-17.


J. T. Grein. See English Aesthetic criticism 1830-1900.


Manuel Guede Oliva
Works
Shakespeare, William. Ricardo III. Book and video. Dir. Manuel Guede Oliva. Critical study by Manuela Palacios González. Santiago de Compostela: Xunta de Galicia, 2005.


Tyrone Guthrie
Works: Writings
Guthrie, Tyrone. A Life in the Theatre. London: Hamish Hamilton, 1960.

Guthrie, Tyrone, and Leonard Kipnis, trans. Anton Chekhov: The Three Sisters: An Authoritative Text Edition. New York: Avon Books, 1965.




Works: Productions
Shakespeare, William. Hamlet. Prod. Tyrone Guthrie. With Laurence Olivier. Old Vic, 1937.

Sophocles. Oedipus Rex. Version by W. B. Yeats. Prod. Tyrone Guthrie, Stratford, 1957. Online video. YouTube 1 Feb. 2013.*



https://youtu.be/ZZUCgq8LfhY

2015
Criticism


Forsyth, James. Tyrone Guthrie. London: Hamish Hamilton, 1976.

Anthologies

Mazer, Cary M., ed. Great Shakespeareans, Volume XV: Poel, Granville Barker, Guthrie, Wanamaker. (Great Shakespeareans, set IV). London: Bloomsbury, 2013.*

Sir Peter Hall
(Dir. Royal Shakespeare Theatre, then of National Theatre)
Works: Writings
Hall, Peter. "Interview." In Pinter in the Theatre. Ed. Ian Smith. London: Nick Hern Books, 2005. 131-57.

_____. Interview in Director's Theatre. Ed. Judith Cook. Harrap, 1974.

_____. Platform Paper 'The Oedipus Plays', by Peter Hall and Peter Stothart, National Theater, 21 Sept. 1996.

http://www.nationaltheatre.org.uk/2626/platform-papers/peter-hall.html

2009



Works: Theatrical productions
Hall, Peter, dir. Jean Seberg. Musical. National Theatre, 1983.

_____, dir. Antony and Cleopatra. By William Shakespeare. National Theatre, 1987.

_____, dir. The Knot Garden. Opera. Libretto by Sir Michael Tippett. 1st performed Covent Garden, London, 2/12/1970. Dir. Peter Hall. (On psychotherapy).

Holland, Peter, ed. Great Shakespeareans, Volume XVIII: Hall, Brook, Ninagawa, Lepage. (Great Shakespeareans, set IV). London: Bloomsbury, 2013.*

Films
Hall, Peter, dir. The Wars of the Roses: Adapted for the Royal Shakespeare Company from Shakespeare's Henry VI, Parts I, II, and III and Richard III. Adapt. John Barton in collab. with Peter Hall. Royal Shakespeare Company filmed performance. UK, 1970.

_____, dir. A Midsummer Night's Dream. Royal Shakespeare Company filmed performance. Cast: Diana Rigg, David Warner, Michael Jayston, Ian Richardson, Judi Dench, Ian Holm, Bill Travers, Hellen Mirren. UK, 1968.



Criticism
Hodgdon, Barbara. The End Crowns All: Closure and Contradiction in Shakespeare's History. Princeton: Princeton UP, 1990. 1991.

Holderness, Graham. "Radical Potentiality and Institutional Closure: Shakespeare in Film and Television." In Political Shakespeare. Ed. Jonathan Dollimore and Alan Sinfield. Manchester, 1985. 182-201.

_____. "Radical Potentiality and Institutional Closure." From Political Shakespeare: New Essays in Cultural Materialism. Ed. Jonathan Dollimore and Alan Sinfield. Manchester, 1985. (New Casebooks, 182-92, 199-200) (Hall, Kurosawa).

_____. From "Radical Potentiality and Institutional Closure: Shakespeare in Film and Television." In Shakespeare: Macbeth. Ed. John Wain. 2nd ed. Houndmills: Macmillan, 1994. 258-62.*

Mullin, Michael. "Peter Hall's Midsummer Night's Dream on Film." Educational Theatre Journal 27 (1975): 529-34.

Robinson, David. Rev. of Peter Hall's King Lear. Financial Times 23 July 1971.




Oscar Hammerstein (c. 1847-1919)
(US theatrical manager, b. Germany, grandfather of Oscar Hammerstein II)


Augustus Harris (1852-96)
(Impresario at Drury Lane theatre, 1879-96; specialised in Christmas pantomimes)

Babes in the Wood. Pantomime. Staged at Drury Lane, 1888.

Johann Jakob Heidegger
(Manager of the Queen's Theatre, London)
A Seasonable Apology for Mr. H—g—r. (Heidegger). Anonymous pamphlet. London, 1724.

Philip Henslowe
Works: Writings
Henslowe, Phillip. Diary. Ed. John Payne Collier. 1845. (With forgeries added by Collier).

_____. Henslowe's Diary (2 vols.) and Henslowe Papers. Ed. W. W. Greg. 1904-7.

_____. Henslowe's Diary. Ed. R. A. Foakes and R. T. Rickett. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1961.

Henslowe et al. "Contract for the Building of the Fortune Theatre." 1600. In The Norton Shakespeare. Ed. Stephen Greenblatt et al. New York: Norton, 1997. 3330-32.*

García Landa, José Angel. "Inventory of Properties Belonging to the Admiral's Company." In García Landa, Vanity Fea 9 Oct. 2012.* (Philip Henslowe).

http://vanityfea.blogspot.com.es/2012/10/inventory-of-properties-belonging-to.html

2012


Criticism
Korda, N. "Household Property, Stage Property: Henslowe as Pawnbroker." Unpublished paper, 1995.

Dictionaries


Carson, Neil. A Companion to Henslowe's Diary. 1988.

Films
Shakespeare in Love.



Steven Hogett
Frantic Assembly. Theatrical company, dir. Scott Graham and Steven Hogett.
Graham, Scott, and Steven Hoggett. The Frantic Assembly Book of Devising Theatre. London: Routledge, 2009.

Nicholas Hytner
Works
Hytner, Nicholas. "Stand and Unfold Yourself: How to Do Shakespeare." 2nd Annual Stanley Wells Lecture. YouTube (shakespeareatnd) 25 March 2013.*

http://youtu.be/6olzcG2CF0U

2014


Stoppard, Tom. The Hard Problem. Drama. Premiere at the National Theatre, London, dir. Nicholas Hytner, 2015.*


Jonathan Kent
Works
Billington, Michael. Rev. of Sophocles' Oedipus, dir. Jonathan Kent, 16 Oct. 2008.

Barry Kyle
Theatrical productions
Henry VI. By William Shakespeare. Production by Barry Kyle. New York: Theatre for a New Audience, 1995.
Criticism
Barnes, C. "Troupe's Henry VI Fit for a King." New York Post 8 March 1995. (Rev. of Bary Kyle's production).

Disch, T. M. "Regarding 'Henry'–Highly." New York Daily News 7 March 1995. (Rev. of Barry Kyle's Production of Henry VI.).

Hampton, W. "3 into 2: History Plays Rearranged." New York Times 7 March 1995. (Rev. of Barry Kyle's prod. of Henry VI).
Brian Large
Works
Monteverdi, Claudio. "L'Orfeo - Favola in Musica - Representación de Jordi Savall." Montserrat Figueras (La Música), Furio Zanasi (Orfeo), Arianna Savall (Eurídice), Sara Mingardo (La Mensajera), Cécile van de Sant (La Esperanza), Antonio Abete (Caronte), Adriana Fernández (Proserpina), Daniele Carnovich (Plutón), Fulvio Bettini (Apolo), Marilía Vargas (Ninfa). Francesc Garrigosa, Carlos Mena, Gerd Türk, Iván García (Pastores / Espíritus). Capella Reial de Catalunya / Jordi Savall. Gran Teatro del Liceo de Barcelona. Staged by Gilbert Deflo. Dir. Brian Large. YouTube (Belarmo) 20 Sept. 2011.*

https://youtu.be/0mD16EVxNOM

2015



Wilford Leach
Works
Gilbert, W. S., and Arthur Sullivan. The Pirates of Penzance. Dir. Wilford Leach. Broadway cast 1981. Musical dir. William Elliott. Choreog. Graciela Daniele. Kevin Kline (Pirate King), Stephan Hanan (Samuel, His Lieutenant), Rex Smith (Frederic), George Rose (Major-General Stanley), Linda Ronstadt (Mabel), Alexandra Korey (Edith), Marcie Shaw (Kate), Wendy Wolfe (Isabel), Estelle Parsons (Ruth, A Pirate Maid), Tony Azito (Sergeant of Police). And Pirates, Police, Stanley's Daughters. Album prod. Peter Asher. Album. Elektra, 1998. Online at YouTube (UnclaimedFr8) 20 April 2013.*

https://youtu.be/O7JYLc8CrE0

2015


Elizabeth LeCompte
Fuchs, Elinor. "Elizabeth LeCompte and the Wooster Group's The Road to immortality (Part Three): Frank Dell's the Temptation of Saint Antony." 1988. In Fuchs, The Death of Character: Perspectives on Theater after Modernism. Bloomington: Indiana UP, 1996. 183-85.*

Moshe Leiser
Works
Handel. Giulio Cesare. Andreas Scholl (Giulio Cesare), Cecilia Bartoli (Cleopatra), Anne Sofie von Otter (Cornelia), Philippe Jaroussky (Sesto), Christophe Dumaux (Tolomeo), Ruben Drole (Achilla), Jochen Kowalsky (Nirena), Peter Kálman (Curio). Il Giardino Armonico / Giovanni Antonini. Stage dir. Moshe Leiser and Patrice Caurier. Live video from the Salzburger Pfingstfestspiele. YouTube 7 Oct. 2013.*

https://youtu.be/b86ALmacV3U

2015


Joan Littlewood
(Director of Theatre Workshop Company, Theatre Royal, East End, 1960s)
Works
Littlewood, Joan. O What a Lovely War. Musical. 1963. (1st WW).


Pedro Amalio López
Works
Calderón de la Barca, Pedro. La Vida es Sueño. Cast: Julio Núñez, José María Caffarel, Fiorella Faltoyano, Mercedes Barranco, Julio Gorostegui, Víctor Valverde, Paco Sanz, Víctor Fuentes, Juan Lizarraga, Julio Muñoz. Adapt. and dir. Pedro Amalio López. Prod. Florencio Guerra. TVE (Estudio 1). YouTube (Ampareichon1) 7 June 2012.*

https://youtu.be/fcJ987ZtxXk

2015
Carlos Los

"El Gran Teatro del Mundo." By Pedro Calderón de la Barca. Lajarana Teatro / Teatro del Estrecho. Dir. Carlos Los. Teatro Principal de Puerto Real. 1st scene: YouTube

https://youtu.be/66tZP2-t0o8

2015


Carlos Martín
Theatrical productions
Los Hermanos Marx Esperando a Godot. Teatro del Temple. Dir. Carlos Martín. Zaragoza: Teatro del Mercado, 2003.

Plou, Alfonso, and Carlos Martín. Sonetos de amor y otros delirios. Rehearsal comedy on Shakespeare's Sonnnets and A Midsummer Night's Dream. Premiere by Teatro del Temple, dir. Carlos Martín, at the Teatro Principal, Zaragoza, March 2006.*


Blanche McIntyre
Theatrical productions
Stoppard, Tom.. Arcadia. English Touring Theatre. Dir. Blanche McIntyre. Theatre Royal Brighton, 2015.


Vsevolod Meyerhold

(Director of Moscow's Theatre of the Revolution after 1917 Revolution)


Works
Meyerhold, Vsevolod, ed. L'Amour des trois oranges. Review. 9 issues, 1914-16.

Criticism
Leach, Robert. Vsevolod Meyerhold. (Directors in Perspective). 1993.

Ley, Graham, and Jane Milling. "Meyerhold, Copeau and Brecht." In Ley and Milling, Performance and Theory from Stanislavski to Boal. Houndmills: Macmillan, 2000.

Regnault, François. "El visitante de la noche: ¿Cómo se puede hablar de un espectáculo?" (Stanislavski, Meyerhold). Bilingual ed. Analecta Malacitana 19.2 (1996): 499-548.*

Roger Michell
Criticism
Spencer, Charles. "A Masterpiece Has Found the Production It Deserves." Rev. of Roger Michell's production, London, Donmar Warehouse, 2004. Daily Telegraph 8th July 2004. Rpt. in Harold Pinter.org

http://www.haroldpinter.org/plays/plays_oldtimes6.shtml

2005-10-14



Katie Mitchell
Works
Mitchell, Katie. "Interview." In Pinter in the Theatre. Ed. Ian Smith. London: Nick Hern Books, 2005. 191-98.

Crimp, Martin. Attempts on Her Life. New prod. Katie Mitchell, National Theatre, 2007.



Criticism
Hodgdon, Barbara. "Making it New: Katie Mitchell Refashions Shakespeare-History." In Transforming Shakespeare: Contemporary Women's Re-Visions in Literature and Performance. Ed. Marianne Novy. 1999. Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2000. 13-34.*

Solga, Kim. "Body Doubles, Babel's Voices: Katie Mitchell's Iphigenia at Aulis and the Theatre of Sacrifice." Contemporary Theatre Review 18.2 (2008): 146-60.



Ariane Mnouchkine
Criticism
Innes, Christopher D. "Interculturalism and Expropiating the Classics." (Shakespeare, Heiner Müller, Robert Wilson, Ariane Mnouchkine). In Innes, Avant Garde Theatre 1892-1992. London: Routledge, 1993. 193-213.*

Ricardo Moya
Audio
"Pinter brinda por los 'Viejos tiempos'." RNE-El ojo crítico 28 May 2012.* (Ricardo Moya, dir.).

http://www.rtve.es/alacarta/audios/el-ojo-critico/ojo-critico-pinter-brinda-viejos-tiempos-28-05-12/1422597/

2012
Nikolai Okhlopokov


(Russian modernist theatre director, disciple of Meyerhold).
Theatre productions
Okhlopokov, Nikolai, dir. Hamlet. Mayakovsky Theatre, 1954.

José Osuna
Works
Buero Vallejo, Antonio. La Fundación. Prod. TV2 ("El Teatro"), 1977. Cast: Francisco Valladares, Jesús Puente, Manuel Gallardo, José Mª Guillén, José Caride, Luis García Ortega. Prod. Rafael García Mediano, Celia Castro, Rafael Duque. Dir. José Osuna. YouTube (Ampareichon1) 6 April 2013. http://youtu.be/2AsUQt4spdg

2014


Lluís Pasqual
Theatre productions
Pasqual, Lluís, adapt. and dir. Hamlet. By William Shakespeare. Music by Josep María Arrizabalaga. Cast: Eduard Fernández, Marisa Paredes, Helio Pedregal, Aitor Mazo, Jesús Castejón, Rebeca Valls, Iván Hermes, David Pinilla, Javier ruiz de Alegría, Alberto Berzal, Lander Iglesias, Joseba Apaolaza, Antonio Rupérez. Teatro Arriaga; coprod. Teatro Español / Teatre Lliure. Zaragoza: Teatro Principal, 22 April 2006.

_____, adapt. and dir. La Tempestad. By William Shakespeare. Trans. Patricia Zángaro.. Music by Josep María Arrizabalaga. Cast: Francesc Orella, Helio Pedregal, Iván Hermes, Lander Iglesias, Joseba Apaolaza, Antonio Rupérez, Rebeca Valls, Alberto Berzal, Pablo Viar, Javier Ruiz de Alegría, Aitor Mazo, Jorge Santos, Jesús Castejón, Eduard Fernández, David Pinilla, Anna Lizaran, Itxaso Corral, Alberto Berzal, Luis Rallo. Teatro Arriaga; coprod. Teatro Español / Teatre Lliure. Zaragoza: Teatro Principal, 22 April 2006.




Luis Peirano
Video
Calderón de la Barca, Pedro. El Gran Teatro del Mundo. Dir. Luis Peirano. Perú: PUCP, 1997. Online video. YouTube (costumbresandinas) 9 Dec. 1994.*

https://youtu.be/Ye1o6c3F1lo

2015



Erwin Piscator (Avant-garde director and producer).

Nigel Playfair
Works
Gay, John. The Beggar's Opera. Version by Frederic Austin, for Nigel Playfair's production. Premiere at the Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith, 1920.

_____. Polly. Music by Frederic Austin. Prod. Nigel Playfair. London's Kingsway Theatre, 1922.



Criticism
"Nigel Playfair's Production at the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre." Rev. of As You Like It.  1919. In Shakespeare: Much Ado about Nothing and As You Like It. Ed. John Russell Brown. (Casebooks series). Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1979. 232.*

Related works


William Poel
(British actor, and director, advocated a bare-stage Shakespeare)

Works
Webster. The Duchess of Malfi. Staged by William Poel, Independent Theatre, 1892.

Shakespeare. Measure for Measure. Staged by William Poel. 1893.




Criticism
Speaight, Robert. William Poel and the Elizabethan Revival. London, 1954.


Harold Prince
Criticism
Hirsch, Foster. Harold Prince and the American Musical. Foreword by Harold Prince and Stephen Sondheim. (Theater Directors in Perspective). 1989.
Ellis Rabb
Works
Hart, Moss, and George S. Kaufman. You Can't Take It With You. Drama. Pulitzer Prize 1937. TV film, dir. Ellis Rabb (stage) and Kirk Browning (TV). Cast: Jason Robards, Elizabeth Wilson, Jack Dodson, Carol Androsky, Maureen Anderman, Nicholas Surovy, Meg Mundy, Richard Woods. (Showtime). 1984. VHS. YouTube (mitchellivers) 29 Jan. 2015.*

https://youtu.be/mzuKHNvPThw

2015
Criticism


O'Connor, John J. Rev. of You Can't Take It With You. TV film of Hart Moss's and George S. Kaufman's play, dir. Ellis Rabb (stage) and Kirk Browning (TV). New York Times 21 Nov. 1984.*

http://www.nytimes.com/1984/11/21/arts/can-t-take-it-with-you-on-pbs.html

2015


Richardson, Ralph
Works
Hobson, Harold. Ralph Richardson.

Ian Rickson
Criticism
Aragay, Mireia, Hildegard Klein, Enric Monforte, and Pilar Zozaya, eds. British Theatre of the 1990s: Interviews with directors, playwrights, critics and academics. Basingstoke and New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007. (I, Directors: Stephen Daldry, Ian Rickson, Max Stafford-Clark; II, Playwrights: Neil Bartlett, Martin Crimp, Kevin Elyot, Joe Penhall, Mark Ravenhill; III, Critics: Michael Billington, Nicholas de Jongh, Aleks Sierz; IV, Academics: Dan Rebellato, Graham Saunders, Alan Sinfield).
Sanford Robbins
Criticism
Potter, Lois. "A Brave New Tempest." Shakespeare Quarterly 43.4 (1992): 450-55. In The Tempest: Critical Essays. Ed. Patrick M. Murphy. New York; Routledge, 2001. 371-78.* (Sanford Robbins).

Chris Rovers
Works
Gay, John. The Beggar's Opera. Amateur performance by KWLT (Sept. 2009). Dir Chris Rovers. Music arr. Margaret Rovers. YouTube (kwlittletheatre) 9 March 2011.*

https://youtu.be/KP4fkBU2Wew

2015



Oliver Salas Herrera
Works
Marlowe, Christopher. Eduardo II. Recorded performance. Dir. Oliver Salas Herrera. Cast: Noé Lifona, Paco Bastida, Amanda Ríos, Alfonso Otón, Pablo Domínguez, José Luis Guerrero, Cristina González, Pablo Fortés, José Caballero, J. Antonio palomino, Roque García. Video. Creaciones Muscaria. Video by Oliver Salas. YouTube (Oliver S. H.) 6 Nov. 2012.*

https://youtu.be/NgPe7fj-A8w

2015
Alan Schneider (b. Russia, 1917; l. USA)


Schneider, Alan. "Working with Beckett". Chelsea Review (Fall 1958): 3-20. Rpt. in Graver and Federman 173-88.*

_____, dir. Film. Screenplay by Samuel Beckett. Starring Buster Keaton. 1965.

_____. "Waiting for Beckett". In Calder, Beckett at 60.*

_____. "Sobre el rodaje de Film". In Samuel Beckett, Film (ed. Tusquets) 75-112.*

Cohn, Ruby. "Inexhaustible Alan." In Beckett Translating / Translating Beckett. Ed. Alan Warren Friedman, Charles Rossman, and Dina Sherzer.University Park: Pennsylvania State UP, 1987. 227-32.*

Haughton, Hugh. "Sorry to Be So Vague." Rev. of Man from Babel, by Eugene Jolas, and No Author Better Served, ed. Maurice Harmon. London Review of Books 29 July 1999: 18-21.*



Peter Sellars
Fuchs, Elinor. "Peter Sellars's The Count of Monte Cristo." 1985. In Fuchs, The Death of Character: Perspectives on Theater after Modernism. Bloomington: Indiana UP, 1996. 176-78.*

Andrei Serban
Fuchs, Elinor. "Andrei Serban's The Marriage of Figaro." (Beaumarchais). 1982. In Fuchs, The Death of Character: Perspectives on Theater after Modernism. Bloomington: Indiana UP, 1996. 165-69.*

Oliver Smith (1918-1977; US set designer and theatrical producer)

Kevin Spacey
(Artistic Director of Old Vic 2003-)
Oswald Stoll
(Music hall impresario at the Middlesex Music Hall and the Coliseum)
_____. C'est Bon! Music hall spectacle, early 20th.

_____. Cachez ça! Music hall spectacle, early 20th.

_____. C'est Chic! Music hall spectacle, early 20th.
Giorgio Strehler
Strehler, Giorgio. "Beckett ou le triomphe de la vie". In Samuel Beckett. Special issue of the Revue d'Esthétique. Ed. P. Chabert. (1986): 212-15.*

Hirst, David. Giorgio Strehler. (Directors in Perspective). Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1993.

Kott, Jan. "Prospero, or the Director: Giorgio Strehler's The Tempest." First trans. as "Prospero, or the Director: Giorgio Strehler's The Tempest (Piccolo Teatro di Milano)." Trans. Barbara Krzywicka. Theater 10.2 (1979): 117-22. Rev. version in The Bottom Translation: Marlowe and Shakespeare and the Carnival Tradition. Trans. Daniela Miedzyrzecka and Lillian Vallee. Evanston: Northwestern UP, 1987. 133-41. In The Tempest: Critical Essays. Ed. Patrick M. Murphy. New York; Routledge, 2001. 364-70.*


Janet Suzman
Films
Suzman, Janet, dir. Othello. Filmed theatrical production. with John Kani as Othello. Market theatre, Johannesburg, 1988.
Jennifer Tipton
Anderson, Randall Louis. "Shakespeare at the Guthrie: The Tempest Through a Glass, Darkly." Shakespeare Quarterly 44.1 (1993): 87-92. In The Tempest: Critical Essays. Ed. Patrick M. Murphy. New York; Routledge, 2001. 404-12.* (Jennifer Tipton).

Tamzin Townsend
Works
Tomás Moro: Una utopía. Dir. Tamzin Townsend. Trans. Aurora Rice and Enrique García-Máiquez. Adapt. Ignacio García May. Cast: José Luis Patiño (Tomás Moro), Ángel Ruiz (el historiador), Manu Hernández (Erasmo). Fundación Universidad Internacional de La Rioja, 2013.*


J. E. Vedrenne
(With Harley Granville Barker, managers of the Court theatre, 1904-7)

Wanamaker
Anthologies
Mazer, Cary M., ed. Great Shakespeareans, Volume XV: Poel, Granville Barker, Guthrie, Wanamaker. (Great Shakespeareans, set IV). London: Bloomsbury, 2013.*

Clifford Williams

Theatrical productions


As You Like It. By William Shakespeare. All-male production. Dir. Clifford Williams. With Anthony Hopkins and Derek Jacobi. Royal National Theatre. 1st perf., Old Vic, 1967.

Robert Wilson
Works
Shakespeares Sonette. Dir. Robert Wilson. Music Rufus Wainwright. Berliner Ensemble. YouTube (morganistik) 13 Aug. 2012.*

http://youtu.be/rYm8FRXQHjA

2013


Criticism
Fuchs, Elinor. "Robert Wilson's Alcestis." 1986. In Fuchs, The Death of Character: Perspectives on Theater after Modernism. Bloomington: Indiana UP, 1996. 178-83.*

Innes, Christopher D. "Interculturalism and Expropiating the Classics." (Shakespeare, Heiner Müller, Robert Wilson, Ariane Mnouchkine). In Innes, Avant Garde Theatre 1892-1992. London: Routledge, 1993. 193-213.*




George C. Wolfe
Brustein, Robert. "Tempest in a Smokepot." The New Republic 4 Dec. 1995. In The Tempest: Critical Essays. Ed. Patrick M. Murphy. New York; Routledge, 2001. 413-15.* (George C. Wolfe).


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