Reenacting Shakespeare in the Shakespeare Aftermath : The Intermedial Turn and Turn to Embodiment.

By: Cartelli, ThomasMaterial type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on DemandReproducing Shakespeare Ser: Publisher: New York : Palgrave Macmillan US, 2019Copyright date: ©2019Description: 1 online resource (349 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781137404824Subject(s): Shakespeare, William,-1564-1616-AdaptationsGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Reenacting Shakespeare in the Shakespeare Aftermath : The Intermedial Turn and Turn to EmbodimentDDC classification: 822.33 LOC classification: PN1-PN6790Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Intro -- Acknowledgements -- Contents -- List of Figures -- Part I Introduction -- Chapter 1 Reenacting Shakespeare in the Shakespeare Aftermath -- 1.1 Mapping the Terrain -- 1.2 Points of Departure -- 1.3 Excess, Exhaustion, Reenactment -- 1.4 Experiment, Exception, Avant-Garde -- 1.5 Case Study: Shakespeare Through the Looking Glass -- Chapter 2 The Intermedial Turn and Turn to Embodiment -- 2.1 The Intermedial Turn -- 2.2 The Turn to Embodiment -- 2.3 Case Study: The Wooster Group Meets the RSC at the Swan -- 2.4 A Brief Postdramatic Postscript -- Part II Ghosts of History -- Chapter 3 Ghosts of History: Edward Bond's Lear &amp -- Bingo and Heiner Müller's Hamletmachine -- 3.1 Ghosts of a Dead Religion -- 3.2 The Writing on the Wall -- 3.3 "Was Anything Done?" -- 3.4 "The Script Has Been Lost" -- Chapter 4 States of Exception: Remembering Shakespeare Differently in Anatomie Titus, Forget Hamlet &amp -- Haider -- 4.1 Prelude: Anatomie Titus -- 4.2 Forgetting Hamlet -- 4.3 Building a Better Mousetrap -- 4.4 States of Exception -- Chapter 5 Peter Greenaway's Montage of Attractions: Prospero's Books and the Paratextual Imagination -- 5.1 Genealogies -- 5.2 A Montage of Attractions -- 5.3 Animated Displays -- 5.4 The Virtual Future -- Part III Ghosts of the Machine -- Chapter 6 Channeling the Ghosts: The Wooster Group's Remediation of the 1964 Electronovision Hamlet -- 6.1 The Tenth Act of Shakespeare -- 6.2 "The Particular Intensity and Nerves of This" -- 6.3 Channeling the Ghosts -- 6.4 "The Media's the Thing" -- 6.5 "The Best in This Kind" -- Chapter 7 High-Tech Shakespeare in a Mediatized Globe: Ivo van Hove's Roman Tragedies and the Problem of Spectatorship -- 7.1 The Problem and Politics of Spectacle -- 7.2 High-Tech Shakespeare -- 7.3 Van Hove's Mediatized Globe -- 7.4 The Problem of Spectatorship.
7.5 The Return of the Real -- Chapter 8 Disassembly, Meaning-Making and Montage in Annie Dorsen's A Piece of Work and Péter Lichter and Bori Máté's The Rub -- 8.1 Machine Dreams -- 8.2 Disassembly, Disintegration, and Serial Reproduction -- 8.3 Meaning-Making and Montage -- 8.4 The Cinematic Machine -- 8.5 Theater by Other Means -- Chapter 9 Coda: Mixed Reality-The Virtual Future and Return to Embodiment -- 9.1 The Virtual Future -- 9.2 Return to Embodiment -- 9.3 Mixed Reality -- References -- Index.
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Intro -- Acknowledgements -- Contents -- List of Figures -- Part I Introduction -- Chapter 1 Reenacting Shakespeare in the Shakespeare Aftermath -- 1.1 Mapping the Terrain -- 1.2 Points of Departure -- 1.3 Excess, Exhaustion, Reenactment -- 1.4 Experiment, Exception, Avant-Garde -- 1.5 Case Study: Shakespeare Through the Looking Glass -- Chapter 2 The Intermedial Turn and Turn to Embodiment -- 2.1 The Intermedial Turn -- 2.2 The Turn to Embodiment -- 2.3 Case Study: The Wooster Group Meets the RSC at the Swan -- 2.4 A Brief Postdramatic Postscript -- Part II Ghosts of History -- Chapter 3 Ghosts of History: Edward Bond's Lear &amp -- Bingo and Heiner Müller's Hamletmachine -- 3.1 Ghosts of a Dead Religion -- 3.2 The Writing on the Wall -- 3.3 "Was Anything Done?" -- 3.4 "The Script Has Been Lost" -- Chapter 4 States of Exception: Remembering Shakespeare Differently in Anatomie Titus, Forget Hamlet &amp -- Haider -- 4.1 Prelude: Anatomie Titus -- 4.2 Forgetting Hamlet -- 4.3 Building a Better Mousetrap -- 4.4 States of Exception -- Chapter 5 Peter Greenaway's Montage of Attractions: Prospero's Books and the Paratextual Imagination -- 5.1 Genealogies -- 5.2 A Montage of Attractions -- 5.3 Animated Displays -- 5.4 The Virtual Future -- Part III Ghosts of the Machine -- Chapter 6 Channeling the Ghosts: The Wooster Group's Remediation of the 1964 Electronovision Hamlet -- 6.1 The Tenth Act of Shakespeare -- 6.2 "The Particular Intensity and Nerves of This" -- 6.3 Channeling the Ghosts -- 6.4 "The Media's the Thing" -- 6.5 "The Best in This Kind" -- Chapter 7 High-Tech Shakespeare in a Mediatized Globe: Ivo van Hove's Roman Tragedies and the Problem of Spectatorship -- 7.1 The Problem and Politics of Spectacle -- 7.2 High-Tech Shakespeare -- 7.3 Van Hove's Mediatized Globe -- 7.4 The Problem of Spectatorship.

7.5 The Return of the Real -- Chapter 8 Disassembly, Meaning-Making and Montage in Annie Dorsen's A Piece of Work and Péter Lichter and Bori Máté's The Rub -- 8.1 Machine Dreams -- 8.2 Disassembly, Disintegration, and Serial Reproduction -- 8.3 Meaning-Making and Montage -- 8.4 The Cinematic Machine -- 8.5 Theater by Other Means -- Chapter 9 Coda: Mixed Reality-The Virtual Future and Return to Embodiment -- 9.1 The Virtual Future -- 9.2 Return to Embodiment -- 9.3 Mixed Reality -- References -- Index.

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