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Visualising Process- Hofman’s 1926 Hamlet (2018)
Journal Article
Fergusson Baugh, C. (2018). Visualising Process- Hofman’s 1926 Hamlet. Theatralia, 21(2), 15-28. https://doi.org/10.5817/TY2018-2-2

The 1926 production of Hamlet is of particular significance in a range of contexts. It was Karel Hiller’s return production following a career hiatus occasioned by a devastating stroke in 1924 and marked the beginning of a more reflective stage of hi... Read More about Visualising Process- Hofman’s 1926 Hamlet.

Editorial (2018)
Journal Article
Edinborough, C. (2018). Editorial. Theatre, Dance and Performance Training, 9(2), 139-141. https://doi.org/10.1080/19443927.2018.1475159

Editorial for a special issue of Theatre, Dance and Performance Training, dedicated to training for immersive, interactive and participatory performance.

Book review: Robert Henke. Poverty and charity in early modern theater and performance. Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 2015. Pp xiv, 198 (2018)
Journal Article
Drábek, P. (2018). Book review: Robert Henke. Poverty and charity in early modern theater and performance. Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 2015. Pp xiv, 198. Early theatre, 21(1), 209-212. https://doi.org/10.12745/et.21.1.3540

A book review of Robert Henke. Poverty and Charity in Early Modern Theater and Performance. Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 2015. Pp xiv, 198.

Using the method to be myself: adapting and appropriating historical training approaches for interactive performance (2018)
Journal Article
Edinborough, C. (2018). Using the method to be myself: adapting and appropriating historical training approaches for interactive performance. Theatre, Dance and Performance Training, 9(2), 174-188. https://doi.org/10.1080/19443927.2018.1453863

This article examines how notions of artistic truth and authenticity articulated by Konstantin Stanislavski and his followers might be adapted for use within interactive and immersive performance. Making connections between Stanislavski's aesthetics... Read More about Using the method to be myself: adapting and appropriating historical training approaches for interactive performance.

Book review: Two Books on Translation for the Stage (2018)
Journal Article
Drábek, P. (2018). Book review: Two Books on Translation for the Stage. Journal of Adaptation in Film and Performance, 11(1), 111-117. https://doi.org/10.1386/jafp.11.1.111_5

Two Books on Translation for the Stage A book review of: ADAPTING TRANSLATION FOR THE STAGE. EDITED BY GERALDINE BRODIE AND EMMA COLE (2017) London and New York: Routledge. 298 pp., and THE TRANSLATOR ON STAGE, GERALDINE BRODIE (2018) New York:... Read More about Book review: Two Books on Translation for the Stage.

Haptic insights: model making as historical methodology (2018)
Journal Article
Baugh, C. F. (2018). Haptic insights: model making as historical methodology. Theatre and performance design, 4(1-2), 83-100. https://doi.org/10.1080/23322551.2018.1464843

This article explores the value of digital reconstruction practice to the theatre historian in general but in particular the historian concerned with exploring visual histories offered by the areas of theatre design and architecture. It will articula... Read More about Haptic insights: model making as historical methodology.

Shakespeare's myriad-minded stage as a transnational forum: Openness and plurality in drama translation (2018)
Journal Article
Drabek, P. (2018). Shakespeare's myriad-minded stage as a transnational forum: Openness and plurality in drama translation. Shakespeare Studies -Columbia then Albuquerque-, 46, 35-46

In 1997, Stephen Greenblatt observed in his introduction to The Norton Shakespeare: “The fantastic diffusion and long life of Shakespeare’s works depends on their extraordinary malleability”. Two years later, Christy Desmet and Robert Sawyer publishe... Read More about Shakespeare's myriad-minded stage as a transnational forum: Openness and plurality in drama translation.