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Thinking Shakespeare gives theater artists practical advice about how to make Shakespeare’s words feel spontaneous, passionate, and real. Based on Barry Edelstein’s thirty-year career directing Shakespeare’s plays, this book provides the tools that artists need to fully understand and express the power of Shakespeare’s language.


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Thinking Shakespeare gives theater artists practical advice about how to make Shakespeare’s words feel spontaneous, passionate, and real. Based on Barry Edelstein’s thirty-year career directing Shakespeare’s plays, this book provides the tools that artists need to fully understand and express the power of Shakespeare’s language.

35 review for Thinking Shakespeare (Revised Edition): A working guide for actors, directors, students…and anyone else interested in the Bard

  1. 4 out of 5

    Melissa Embry

    Director Barry Edelstein subtitles his revised Thinking Shakespeare as a working guide for anyone interested in the Bard, and his discussions of how to read and phrase add dimensions even for readers whose interest in theater extends only as far as watching the plays. He adds brief discussions of topics such as Shakespeare's schooling, life in Elizabethan/early Jacobean times, the evolution of English, to draw in anyone with an interest in history or language. And to entice writers of any genre, Director Barry Edelstein subtitles his revised Thinking Shakespeare as a working guide for anyone interested in the Bard, and his discussions of how to read and phrase add dimensions even for readers whose interest in theater extends only as far as watching the plays. He adds brief discussions of topics such as Shakespeare's schooling, life in Elizabethan/early Jacobean times, the evolution of English, to draw in anyone with an interest in history or language. And to entice writers of any genre, the volume goes all out on techniques to improve any writing. In case that's not enough, Edelstein's wry and humane sense of humor and tidbits of theatrical gossip make for a lively and accessible read.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Anne

    So glad to see this republished - clear analysis and useful examples.

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