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Theatre the Directors Cue free pdf The theatre from the Director's perspective: this is a scintillating series of theatrical insights, autobiographical anecdotes and a response to critics. It touches on Peter Brook's production of A Midsummer Night's Dream, the History Cycle, War of the Roses and The Romans in Britain with its ensuing private prosecution on indecency brought by Mary Whitehouse. Comparisons are drawn between the British and German approach to theatre and also the daily problems facing a director. It is being published along with a new updated edition of Michael's book of essays, Shakespeare, The Director's Cut.

About Michael Bogdanov

Michael Bogdanov is one of the most influential Shakespearean directors of the last 30 years. He has directed Shakespeare in many of the world's leading theatres and with major theatre companies including the Royal Shakespeare Company. He was Associate Director of the Royal National Theatre for eight years, before cofounding the English Shakespeare Company in 1986 with actor Michael Pennington. He was also Chief Executive of the Deutsches Schauspielhaus (National Theater) in Hamburg, 1989-1992. He has won numerous awards at home and abroad including the Society of West End Theatres (SWET) Best Director for his production of The Taming of the Shrew (RSC) and the Lawrence Olivier Award for Best Director for his seven-play history cycle The Wars of the Roses (ESC). He has also won awards for his work for film and television, which includes the documentary Shakespeare on the Estate and a 90 minute feature film A Light in the Valley. Born of Russian and Welsh parentage, he lives in Cardiff and Hamburg.

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Author : Michael Bogdanov
Publisher : Capercaillie Books Limited
Data Published : 08 August 2013
ISBN : 1909305359
EAN : 9781909305359
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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