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Middleton and Rowley: The Changeling

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 168
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Shakespeare Handbooks

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The Changeling by Thomas Middleton and William Rowley is a luridly sensual dramatic work which was highly regarded in its day, but then largely forgotten until its revival three hundred years later. This timely Handbook:
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The Changeling by Thomas Middleton and William Rowley is a luridly sensual dramatic work which was highly regarded in its day, but then largely forgotten until its revival three hundred years later. This timely Handbook:• offers a detailed theatrical commentary which tracks the motivations of the capricious characters and explores performance possibilities• examines the cultural conditions that gave rise to the play, juxtaposing them with the conditions of the twentieth century• analyses early performances as well as later stage and film productions• presents key critical debates and assessments of The Changeling.

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The only introduction to The Changeling on the market which offers a theatrical commentary, enabling students to get a sense of the play as a performance text
Responds to the increasing focus on the plays of Shakespeare and his contemporaries as performance in English literature courses, and the growth in student numbers on undergraduate Theatre and Performance courses
International series editor team: Paul Edmondson is based at the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust in Stratford, UK, and Kevin Ewert is based at the University of Pittsburgh, USA

Series Editors' Preface Acknowledgements.- The Texts and Early Performances.- Commentary: The Play in Performance.- Intellectual and Cultural Context.- Key Performances and Productions.- The Play on Screen
Critical Assessments.- Further Reading.- Index.
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JAY O'BERSKI Assistant Professor of the Practice of Theater Studies at Duke University, USA. He is Artistic Director of The Little Green Pig Theatrical Concern and Associate Artistic Director of Manbites Dog Theater.

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JAY O'BERSKI Assistant Professor of the Practice of Theater Studies at Duke University, USA. He is Artistic Director of The Little Green Pig Theatrical Concern and Associate Artistic Director of Manbites Dog Theater.

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