Love's Labour's Lost: Critical Essays

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Psychology Press, 1997 - Drama - 476 pages
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The second part, on performance analysis and theater reviews, presents critical reviews that are balanced by essays written by practicing theater artists who have worked on the play. The section includes two new translations and four newly commissioned pieces. One of these, by the great Hungarian actor Peter Huszti, discusses his interpretation of Don Armado. Gerald Freedman, who has directed five productions of the play, including the one in the New York Public Theater's Shakespeare marathon, writes from the directorial perspective; that production's designer, John Ezell, also contributes an essay. The volume is illustrated with production photographs and is indexed by name, literary work, and concept.

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About the author (1997)

Felicia Hardison Londre is Curators' professor of Theater at the University of Missouri--Kansas City and dramaturg for Missouri Repertory Theater, Hart of America, Shakespeare Festival, and Nebraska Shakepseare Festival. She is currently President of the American Theater and Drama Society.