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  Volume 31, Number 4, Winter 2013

Table of Contents

Early Modern Drama and Realist Performance on the Contemporary Stage

Edited by Roberta Barker and Kim Solga, with performance reviews edited by Cary Mazer

Introduction

’Tis Pity She’s a Realist: A Conversational Case Study in Realism and Early Modern Theater Today

pp. 571-597
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Articles

“The eternal glory of Mr W., the United States, and the Method”: Sam Wanamaker, Stanislavskian

pp. 599-621
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Theatrical Realism as Feminist Intervention: Katie Mitchell’s 2011 Staging of A Woman Killed with Kindness

pp. 623-645
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“We really can’t be doing 1603 now. We really can’t”: Katie Mitchell, Theatrical Adaptation, and Heywood’s A Woman Killed with Kindness

pp. 647-668
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“Is’t real that I see?”: Staged Realism and the Paradox of Shakespeare’s Audience

pp. 669-688
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Putting it on the Floor: Naturalism and the Verfremdungseffekt in The Tempest and The Witch of Edmonton

pp. 689-707
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Epilogue

Beyond Realism: Into the Studio

pp. 709-718
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Performance Reviews

Guest Editor’s Introduction

pp. 719-722
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Othello performed at Public Theater (review)

pp. 722-727
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Roman Tragedies performed by Toneelgroep Amsterdam (review)

pp. 727-733
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The Merchant of Venice performed by Royal Shakespeare Company (review)

pp. 733-737
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Hamlet performed at Schaubühne am Lehniner Platz (review)

pp. 737-745
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A Midsummer Night’s Dream (As You Like It) performed at Chekhov International Theatre Festival/Dmitry Krymov’s Laboratory/School of Dramatic Art Theatre (review)

pp. 746-749
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Troilus and Cressida performed by Wooster Group (review)

pp. 749-754
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Book Reviews

Shakespeare and World Cinema by Mark Thornton Burnett, and: Filming Shakespeare in the Global Marketplace by Mark Thornton Burnett (review)

pp. 755-763
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Research Areas

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