Elements in Shakespeare Performance is a dynamic collection of scholarship in a field that is at once always emerging and always evanescent. Responding incisively to the global range of Shakespeare performance today, the collection is a carefully curated hub launching provocative, urgent criticism for researchers, graduate students and practitioners. The series emphasizes scholarship with a direct bearing on contemporary contexts of Shakespeare performance: specific performances; material and social practices; ideological and cultural contexts; emerging or significant artists; and the histories of performance. It seeks a wide range of analytic commentary, and indeed commentary not only on a diversity of current productions, and analysis of earlier productions that bear directly on the critical, ideological, and practical landscape of performance today, but also on how performance itself can provide a mode of inquiry.
General Editor: W. B. Worthen, Barnard College, Columbia University
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