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Webinar - Making Shakespeare Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Making Shakespeare With Reg Foakes and David Lindley Presented by Paul Edmondson#happybirthdayshakespea
  • 2. Happy BirthdayShakespeare!
  • 3. Happy BirthdayShakespeare!Completion of The NewCambridge Shakespeare…
  • 4. Happy BirthdayShakespeare!Completion of The NewCambridge Shakespeare…28 years…
  • 5. Happy BirthdayShakespeare!Completion of The NewCambridge Shakespeare…28 years…39 plays, Sonnets and The Poems.
  • 6. 14 titles already substantially revised…The Comedy of Errors, Twelfth Night (brand new introductions)New performance material in Cymbeline and As You Like ItDavid Lindley’s The Tempest refreshed for 2013And especially for today…
  • 7. Cambridge Shakespeare first started inVictorian period.
  • 8. Cambridge Shakespeare first started inVictorian period.1920s-1960s produced by Dover Wilsonand team.
  • 9. Cambridge Shakespeare first started inVictorian period.1920s-1960s produced by Dover Wilsonand team.1984 new series under leadership ofPhilip Brockbank, later by BrianGibbons & Al Braunmuller
  • 10. Cambridge Shakespeare first started inVictorian period.1920s-1960s produced by Dover Wilsonand team.1984 new series under leadership ofPhilip Brockbank, later by BrianGibbons & Al BraunmullerWhat does the Cambridge Shakespearestand for?
  • 11. ‘Exacting standards ofscholarly thoroughness.’
  • 12. ‘Making Shakespeare’swork accessible to theexpert and non-expertalike.’ ‘Exacting standards of scholarly thoroughness.’
  • 13. ‘Making Shakespeare’swork accessible to theexpert and non-expertalike.’ ‘Exacting standards of scholarly thoroughness.’‘Do not assume knowledgeof the Bible, of WesternEuropean history or culture’
  • 14. What’s it like ‘making’ a
  • 15. How do editions relate to performance?
  • 16. Questions?
  • 17. www.HappyBirthdayShakespeare.com www.YearofShakespeare.com
  • 18. Next Webinar: Romeo & JulietTuesday 22nd of May at 4pm BST http://shksp.re/RJwebinar