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Shakespeare at the Globe, 1599-1609

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Download Chapter One - The Repertory Part 1 audio
Download Chapter One - The Repertory Part 2 audio
Download Chapter Two - The Dramaturgy audio
Download I. Premises for a Study of Shakespearean Dramatic Form audio
Download II. Form and Function in the Finales of the Globe Plays audio
Download III. The Nature and Form of the "Climax" in the Globe Plays audio
Download IV. Structural Patterns in the Dramatic Narrative audio
Download V. Scene Structure in Shakespeare audio
Download VI. Dramatic Unity in the Globe Plays audio
Download Chapter Three - The Stage audio
Download I. Localization in Shakespeare's Globe Plays audio
Download II. The Parts of the Stage SubPart 1 audio
Download II. The Parts of the Stage SubPart 2 audio
Download II. The Parts of the Stage SubPart 3 audio
Download III. The Design of the Stage audio
Download Chapter Four - The Acting audio
Download I. The Relation of Tudor Rhetoric to Elizabethan Acting audio
Download II. The Influence of Theatrical Traditions upon Elizabethan Acting audio
Download III. The Effect of Playing Conditions upon Elizabethan Acting audio
Download IV. Acting and the Elizabethan View of Human Behavior audio
Download V. The Effect of the Globe Plays upon Acting audio
Download Chapter 5 The Staging I. Stage Illusion at the Globe Playhouse audio
Download II. Stage Grouping at the Globe Playhouse audio
Download III. Actors' Entrances upon the Globe Stage audio
Download IV. Recurrent Patterns of Staging SubPart 1 audio
Download IV. Recurrent Patterns of Staging SubPart 2 audio
Download V. The Staging of the Finales audio
Download Chapter 6 The Style audio
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One of the most important pieces of Shakespearian scholarship to appear in several years, this brilliant work offers new perspectives on the controversial subject of Shakespearean production at the Globe. The author examines the Globe's repertory system, dramaturgy, stage, acting, and staging. Dr. Beckerman is Chairman of the Department of Drama and Speech at Hofstra College, where he directs the annual Shakespearean Festival on a detailed replica of the Globe Theatre stage. His acute observation and sound logic, as well as his practical experience as a producer, make this volume a useful and comprehensive account of the productions at the globe. - Summary by H. Lawrence Hoffman

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