ISSN 1554-6985

VOLUME X ·  NUMBER 2

SPRING 2017

Shakespeare and Dance

EDITED BY

Elizabeth Klett

CONTENTS

Introduction: Dancing (With) Shakespeare (pdf) Elizabeth Klett
"We'll measure them a measure, and be gone": Renaissance Dance Practices and Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet (pdf) Emily Winerock
Creation Myths: Inspiration, Collaboration, and the Genesis of Romeo and Juliet (pdf) Amy Rodgers
"A hall, a hall! Give room, and foot it, girls": Realizing the Dance Scene in Romeo and Juliet on Film (pdf) Linda McJannet
Prokofiev’s Romeo and Juliet: Some Consequences of the “Happy Ending” (pdf) Nona Monahin
Scotch Jig or Rope Dance? Choreographic Dramaturgy and Much Ado About Nothing (pdf) Emma Atwood
A "Merry War": Synetic's Much Ado About Nothing and American Post-war Iconography (pdf) Sheila T. Cavanagh
"Light your Cigarette with my Heart's Fire, My Love": Raunchy Dances and a Golden-hearted Prostitute in Bhardwaj's Omkara (2006) (pdf) Madhavi Biswas
The Concord of This Discord: Adapting the Late Romances for the Ballet Stage (pdf) Elizabeth Klett
Hermione Sessions: Dancing, The Winter's Tale, and the Kinesthetic Imagination (pdf) Lisa Dickson and Andrea Downie

Note

Peter Brook's A Midsummer Night's Dream: An Archival Discovery (pdf) Linda McJannet

Contributors

Contributors (pdf)
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