King Lear

King Lear This updated and expanded analysis of King Lear in performance includes new chapters on the television version of the Royal National Theatre production directed by Richard Eyre and starring Ian Holm a

  • Title: King Lear
  • Author: Alexander Leggatt
  • ISBN: 9780719062254
  • Page: 435
  • Format: Paperback
  • This updated and expanded analysis of King Lear in performance includes new chapters on the television version of the Royal National Theatre production directed by Richard Eyre and starring Ian Holm and on Akira Kurosawa s Ran Earlier chapters provide close, detailed analyses of the stage, film and television interpretations of John Gielgud, Harley Granville Barker, PaulThis updated and expanded analysis of King Lear in performance includes new chapters on the television version of the Royal National Theatre production directed by Richard Eyre and starring Ian Holm and on Akira Kurosawa s Ran Earlier chapters provide close, detailed analyses of the stage, film and television interpretations of John Gielgud, Harley Granville Barker, Paul Scofield, Peter Brook, Peter Ustinov, Michael Gambon, Adrian Noble, Grigori Kozintsev, Michael Hordern, Jonathan Miller, Laurence Olivier and Michael Elliott By examining such issues as the playing of Lear, the staging of the storm and the battle, and the choice of historical period, this book shows how interpretation and performance are bound together, and how the play is transformed through different historical and political contexts.

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    1. Alexander Leggatt's second edition of his 'King Lear' (one of the publications under the 'Shakespeare in Performance' series from Manchester University Press) examines several productions of the play during the 20th century. It covers four British productions: in 1940 (Harvey Granville Barker, with John Geilgud as Lear), in 1962 (Peter Brook/Paul Scofield), in 1979 (Robin Phillips/Peter Ustinov), and in 1982 (Adrian Noble/Michael Gambon); two films: in 1970 (Russian director Grigori Kozintsev, w [...]



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