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by Jonathan Holmes

Author: Jonathan Holmes
Subcategory: Performing Arts
Language: English
Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (April 10, 2004)
Pages: 224 pages
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Merely Players? book.

Merely Players? book.

Merely Players? marks a groundbreaking departure in Shakespeare studies by giving direct voice to the Shakespearean performer

Merely Players? marks a groundbreaking departure in Shakespeare studies by giving direct voice to the Shakespearean performer. It draws on three centuries worth of actors' written reflections on playing Shakespeare and brings together the dual worlds of performance and academia, providing a unique resource for the student and theatre-lover alike. This chapter deals with the cultural cachet of contemporary British performers commonly referred to as ‘Shakespearean’ actors, exploring how such attribution relates to more traditional markers of esteem

Merely Players? marks a groundbreaking departure in Shakespeare studies by giving direct voice to the Shakespearean performer

Merely Players? marks a groundbreaking departure in Shakespeare studies by giving direct voice to the Shakespearean performer. Jonathan Holmes is lecturer in Drama at Royal Holloway, University of London.

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Merely Players? marks a groundbreaking departure in Shakespeare studies by giving direct voice to the Shakespearean performer. Author(s) Bio.

Jonathan Holmes (born 28 October 1975 in South Yorkshire) is a UK theatre director .

Jonathan Holmes (born 28 October 1975 in South Yorkshire) is a UK theatre director and writer. Jonathan lives in North London. During his time there, he wrote two books: Merely Players (about the rhetoric of classical acting) and Refiguring Mimesis (with Adrian Streete, about aesthetics). He also set up a new degree programme in Drama and English. In 2008, he collaborated with the choir and period instrument orchestra The Sixteen and actors Alan Howard and Virginia McKenna in a series of concerts at the South Bank Centre.

Merely Players? marks a groundbreaking departure in Shakespeare studies by giving direct voice to the Shakespearean performer. It draws on three centuries worth of actors' written reflections on playing Shakespeare and brings together the dual worlds of performance and academia, providing a unique resource for the student and theatre-lover alike.