Shakespeare's Theatre

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Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1983 - Theaters - 190 pages
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Shakespeare belonged to a successful theatre company. This book is about that company during its ten best years. Part I looks at the planning and personnel, the financing, the repertoire, and the Globe Theatre itself. Part II sets three of Shakespeare's greatest plays in the theatrical context that has been explored in Part I.

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Easily readable (not a common aspect for academic books about Shakespeare), immensely enjoyable and undeniably valuable. Hooray for Thomson! Read full review

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