- A pre-show lecture will be held at 1:40pm before the matinee on Saturday, November 4th, by production dramaturg Claire Kimball.
- A post-show talkback will be held after the matinee on Saturday, November 11th, with the artists.
BST believes in smart and curious actors, those who love learning about the early modern theatre and researching critical and performative histories of the period’s rich plays. It’s through such investigations that artists grow. To that end, here is a list (by no means complete!) of recommended reading.
Barton, John. Playing Shakespeare.
Berry, Cicely. The Actor and the Text.
Crystal, David. Think on My Words.
Kaiser, Scott. Mastering Shakespeare.
Kaiser, Scott. Shakespeare’s Wordcraft.
Hall, Peter. Shakespeare’s Advice to the Players.
Linklater, Kristin. Freeing Shakespeare’s Voice.
Rodenburg, Patsy. Speaking Shakespeare.
Wright, George T. Shakespeare’s Metrical Art.
Historical and Theoretical
Callaghan, Dympna. A Feminist Companion to Shakespeare.
Orgel, Stephen. Impersonations.
Palfrey, Simon and Tiffany Stern. Shakespeare in Parts.
Shapiro, James. 1599: A Year in the Life of William Shakespeare.
Shapiro, James. Contested Will.
Taylor, Gary. Re-inventing Shakespeare.
Shakespeare in Production
The Arden 3rd Edition
The RSC Shakespeare
The Bedford Shakespeare