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Inhaltsangabe: Shakespeare Made in Canada: Contemporary Canadian Adaptations in Theatre, Pop Media and Visual Arts examines contemporary Canadian adaptations of Shakespeare across a variety of media, including stage design, aboriginal theatre, youth adaptations, the graphic novel, contemporary portraiture, and theatrical and pop cultural media. A richly illustrated, French-bound catalogue of the Shakespeare Made in Canada Festival (January-June 2007), the book features essays by distinguished theatre practitioners and scholars and artists. It also features the only public essay written by Lloyd Sullivan, the owner of the Sanders Portrait, perhaps the strongest contender for the designation of the only image of Shakespeare painted during his lifetime. First edition and a collector's item.
About the Author: Daniel Fischlin is the Founder and Director of the Canadian Adaptations of Shakespeare Project (CASP) site (www.canadianshakespeares.ca), currently the largest and most sophisticated such site of its kind in the world devoted to Shakespeare, Fischlin is a University Research Chair and Professor in the School of English and Theatre Studies at the University of Guelph. He co-curated the Shakespeare: Made in Canada exhibit (January-June 2007) at the Macdonald Stewart Art Centre that saw a huge number of visitors through its doors. Judith Nasby is the curator of the Macdonald Stewart Art Centre and a specialist in Inuit art with a wide range of publications to her name.
Titel: Shakespeare Made in Canada: Contemporary ...
Verlag: Macdonald Stewart Art Centre
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