Enacting Ideas: ‘Interpretive Interventions’ in the Shakespeare Survey Classroom

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Abstract

Most great stagings and film versions of Shakespeare plays feature an innovative and thought-provoking twist: a Stalinist Macbeth, a winking Kate, a female “Prospera.” This paper outlines one strategy to allow students not only to have such ideas about the plays they read in an undergraduate introduction to Shakespeare course, but also to perform such interpretations themselves.
Original languageEnglish
StatePublished - Sep 2012
EventGrand Valley Shakespeare Festival Conference: Pedagogy and Performance - Grand Rapids, MI
Duration: Sep 1 2012Sep 30 2012

Conference

ConferenceGrand Valley Shakespeare Festival Conference: Pedagogy and Performance
Period09/1/1209/30/12

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