Nick Hern Books, 2007 - 274 Seiten
Drawing on a lifetime’s experience of playing Shakespearean roles, Oliver Ford Davies offers practical advice to actors, directors, and drama students on a wide variety of scenes, characters, speeches, and individual lines from almost every one of the plays. An authoritative, hands-on guide through the practical challenges involved in performing Shakespeare.
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Some actors have chosen to make Lucio recognise the Duke straightaway ,
which would explain the lengths Lucio goes to , but that also makes him
suicidally reckless , which doesn ' t seem in his nature . It also fatally undermines
the comedy ...
... sudden inspiration , not a long - held plan ( though Trevor Nunn ' s production
managed to suggest that it was on his mind in the first scene ) . ACT 4 , SCENE I
This scene , which begins with a song , feels like the start of a romantic comedy .
CONCLUSION When aged fourteen I first studied Twelfth Night for an exam , I
accepted it as a fairly straightforward comedy , but the more I see it and play in it ,
the denser and more puzzling I find it . Jan Kott saw it as a bitter comedy about
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