|Module Title||SHAKESPEARE IN PERFORMANCE|
|Co-ordinator||Dr Hazel Davies|
|Pre-Requisite||DR10120 , DR10220|
|Course delivery||Lecture||20 Hours|
|Assessment||Essay||Essay (2500 words)||40%|
- Their creation and mediation was determined by original staging circumstances.
- Later generations restaged them in ways to create new meanings
- They might be staged creatively today.
Typically, upon completion of this module students should be able:
- To demonstrate a critical and analytical awareness of the theatricality of specific Shakespeare plays.
- To reflect analytically and critically on the assumptions which documented production choices embody.
- To show an understanding of the implications various critical approaches may generate for production choices.
During the study for this module students will encounter differing approaches to performances of selected texts.