Shakespeare in the Theatre: An Anthology of Criticism

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Aitken & Stone Ltd for Ronald Harwood: extract from Sir Donald Wolfit: His life and work in the unfashionable theatre ( Secker & Warburg, 1971), © 1971 Ronald Harwood

Cambridge University Press and the authors for extracts from John Russell Brown: "Three Adaptations" in Shakespeare Survey 13 ( 1966); Richard David : on Measure for Measure in Shakespeare Survey 4 ( 1951); Peter Holland: on Richard III in Shakespeare Survey 45 ( 1994); Nicholas Shrimpton : on Hamlet in the first quarto version in Shakespeare Survey 39 ( 1987); Robert Smallwood : on The Comedy of Errors in Shakespeare Survey 50 ( 1997); Peter Thomson: on Richard III in Shakespeare Survey 27 ( 1974); Roger Warren: on Macbeth in Shakespeare Survey 30 ( 1977) and on Love's Labour's Lost in Shakespeare Survey 32 ( 1979); and Stanley Wells: on Henry IV, Parts I and II, and Henry V, and on Titus Andronicus both in Shakespeare Survey 41 ( 1989)

Faber & Faber Ltd for Ronald Bryden: "Laurence Olivier as Othello" and "Peter Hall's Production of Hamlet", both from Unfinished Hero and Other Essays ( Faber, 1969)

Gervase Farjeon for review of The Merry Wives of Windsor extracted from Herbert Farjeon: The Shakespearean Scene ( Hutchinson 1949), Copyright © Gervase Farjeon for the Herbert Farjeon Estate

Nick Hern Books for Michael Billington: "Antony and Cleopatra" from One Night Stands: A Critic's View of British Theatre from 1971-1991 ( Nick Hern Books, 1993)

The Independent Newspaper Publishing plc for reviews by Paul Taylor from The Independent 3.10.90 and 6.12.91, both Copyright © The Independent

Professor Laurence Kitchin for his review of Olivier as Coriolanus from Mid-Century Drama ( Faber, 1960) and on Peter Brook King Lear from Drama in the Sixties ( Faber, 1966)

Guardian News Service for T. C. Worsley on Tyrone Guthrie production of Henry VIII from The New Statesman, 1949, Copyright © New Statesman and Society

The Peters Fraser & Dunlop Group Ltd on behalf of the author's Estate for Evelyn Waugh : review of Titus Andronicus directed by Peter Brook in The Spectator, 1955

Sir Rupert Hart-Davis on behalf of Mrs Eva Reichman for Max Beerbohm: reviews of King John and Much Ado About Nothing from More Theatres ( 1969); and reviews of Hamlet and The Tempest from Last Theatres ( 1970)

Shakespeare Quarterly: for reviews by Robert Smallwood from "Shakespeare at Stratfordupon-Avon, 1989 (Part 1)" in Shakespeare Quarterly 41 [ 1990]; Robert Speaight from "Shakespeare in Britain" in Shakespeare Quarterly 21 [ 1970]; and Roger Warren from "Shakespeare in Britain, 1985" in Shakespeare Quarterly 37 [ 1986]

The Society of Authors on behalf of the Bernard Shaw Estate for Bernard Shaw essays originally published in The Saturday Review reprinted in Shaw on Shakespeare (Cassell); and as the literary representative of the Estate of Virginia Woolf for Virginia Woolf: essay originally published in The New Statesman, reprinted in The Death of a Moth and Other Essays ( 1942)

The Times Literary Supplement and the author for Stanley Wells on Richard III directed by Bill Alexander from the Times Literary Supplement, 29.6.84

Times Newspapers Limited: for James Agate: "Mr Gielgud's Noble Attempt" from The Sunday Times, 18 Nov 1934, © Times Newspapers Limited, 1934; and "Mr Olivier and Mr Gielgud" from The Sunday Times, 17 Oct 1935, © Times Newspapers Limited, 1935

Although every effort has been made to trace and contact copyright holders before publication, this has not always been possible. If notified, the publisher will be pleased to rectify any errors or omissions at the earliest opportunity.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • List of Illustrations xii
  • Editorial Procedures xiv
  • Introduction - Shakespeare and the Theatre Critics 1
  • Text 17
  • Further Reading 326
  • Index 331
  • Acknowledgements 338
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