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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These are useful partners , though soliloquies are rarely addressed solely to
them as it can become monotonous if we ... soliloquy work is to treat the audience
as your friend and confidant , and to assume that , however outrageous our ...
... do machinations with it , give it a bit of fireworks and then take it down , change
the rhythm , and disobey the full stops and commas . . . It lives in you . It ' s
intuition . That ' s technique , I suppose . 14 The soliloquy achieves maturity in
Shakespeare is careful not to overuse the soliloquy . ... Othello , who has difficulty
understanding his feelings , has only two soliloquies ; Lear , who disastrously
lacks self - knowledge , has none ( while Edgar and Edmund have several ) .
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