Bottom Of Your Soul Index du Forum
" I wanna get back to the old days, when the phone would ring, and I knew it was you. "
 FAQFAQ   RechercherRechercher   MembresMembres   GroupesGroupes   S’enregistrerS’enregistrer   ProfilProfil   ConnexionConnexion 

Se connecter pour vérifier ses messages privésSe connecter pour vérifier ses messages privés   


Poster un nouveau sujet   Répondre au sujet    Bottom Of Your Soul Index du Forum -> BEVERLY HILLS. -> Sunset Beach.
Sujet précédent :: Sujet suivant  
Auteur Message

Hors ligne
Inscrit le: 07 Avr 2016
Messages: 114
Localisation: Nantes
MessagePosté le: Mar 4 Juil - 10:52 (2017)    Sujet du message: SaraKestelmanonHippolytaandTitania28ShakespeareOnStage29 Répondre en citant

Sara Kestelman discusses playing Hippolyta and Titania in <em>A Midsummer Night's Dream</em>, in this ebook taken from <em>Shakespeare On Stage: Volume 2 - Twelve Leading Actors on Twelve Key Roles.</em>.

In each volume of the <em>Shakespeare On Stage</em> series, a leading actor takes us behind the scenes of a landmark Shakespearean production, recreating in detail their memorable performance in a major role. They leads us through the choices they made in rehearsal, and how the character works in performance, shedding new light on some of the most challenging roles in the canon. The result is a series of individual masterclasses that will be invaluable for other actors and directors, as well as students of Shakespeare &amp;#8211; and fascinating for audiences of the plays.

In this volume, Sara Kestelman discusses playing Hippolyta and Titania in Peter Brook's iconic Royal Shakespeare Company production of <em>A Midsummer Night's Dream</em> in 1970.

This interview, together with the others in the series (with actors such as Alan Rickman, Ian McKellen, Patrick Stewart and Harriet Walter), is also available in the collection <em>Shakespeare On Stage: Volume 2 - Twelve Leading Actors on Twelve Key Roles</em> by Julian Curry, with a foreword by Nicholas Hytner.

Sara Kestelman on Hippolyta and Titania (Shakespeare On Stage) book DropBox

The lovers are sleeping, suspended above the stage on swingsIt wasn't just the most obvious trappings of Brook's "Dream" - the white-box set, trapeze-borne fairies and street-casual and circus gear - that galvanized audiencesWhite OleanderStage DesignSet DesignBonnForefrontTheaterForwardGottfried Helnwein PRESS English Press Johann Kresnik&#x27;s The Ring in BonnSee MoreHis 1920s "Dream" (the basis for his 1935 movie with James Cagney, Olivia de Havilland, Mickey Rooney, Victor Jory, Dick Powell and Joe EFairy CostumesMidsummer Nights DreamRoyal Shakespeare CompanySaysSet DesignStagingModern ArtPhoto GalleriesTunicsForwardPeter Brook&#x27;s A Midsummer Night&#x27;s Dream (1970) Act 2 Scene 2 Photo: Reg Wilson RSC Oberon (Alan Howard, left) casts a spell while Puck (John Kane, right), drops magic potion into the eyes of Titania (Sarah Kestelman).See MoreThere's little doubt that the play, written about 1595, was among Shakespeare's most popular during his lifetime(I saw this production twice when the RSC came to Toronto & it was the high point of my my theatre viewing experience)See MoreTV[edit]Authority control WorldCat Identities VIAF: 71328351 LCCN: nr2002027104 ISNI: 0000 0001 1474 5597 GND: 140869557 SUDOC: 074227866 BNF: cb14193197z (data) Photographer: Tom Holte(ahdsSee More.Perf9 Much of Mexican Museums pre-Hispanic collectionMany other critics, directors and actors have said the same1.10) 19/12/1976 Under Western Eyes 1975 Jack Flea's Birthday Celebration 1975 Ruth The Rivals of Sherlock Holmes 1971 Hagar in "The Mystery of the Amber Beads" (No OK Cancel 13.42) 08/02/2011 Midsomer Murders 1997 Bernie in "Hidden Depths" (NoEx Memoria (short) 2006 Eva Love Story: Berlin 1942 1997 Narrator Lady Jane 1986 Frances Grey, Duchess of Suffolk Break of Day 1976 Alice Lisztomania 1975 Princess Carolyn Zardoz 1974 May

In 1982, she performed in the play Macbeth, playing as Lady MacbethFilm[edit]A Midsummer Night's Dream, 1970: Helena grapples with an unwilling Demetrius, Act 2 Scene 1Accept cookies & Close Subscribe Sign In Home Contact SFGate Classifieds About SFGate About SFGate FAQ SFGate Newsletters SFGate Staff Careers Site Index Hearst About The Chronicle About The Chronicle The Chronicle Staff Become a Subscriber Manage Your Subscription Customer Service Careers e-edition Back Copies Chronicle in Education Corrections Advertise with Us More on Advertising More on Advertising Place a Classified Ad About Our Ads Public Notices Local Business Directory Place an Obituary Gate List Store Privacy policy Privacy policy Ad Choices Chronicle Archives Terms of Use Newsletters Get news alerts SFGate Customer support Get VIP access with SF Chronicle Membership Get SFGate newsletters for the latest from the Bay Check out the Top 100 Bay Area restaurants Local Bay Area & State News Traffic Weather Precipitation Data Crime Earthquakes Obituaries Arrest Records Video Trump administration defends implementation of travel ban New Jersey governor burned for day at the beach Seniors tell Harris how GOP health plan will hurt them Budget cuts force SF courts to trim some services News Education Nation World Politics Sponsored: Clean Energy CA Trump criticizes Kim Jong Un after latest missile launch The Latest: Japan still studying North Korea's ICBM claim US-backed forces breach wall around Raqqa's Old City France's Macron visits nuclear submarine, simulates launch Sports 49ers Raiders Giants A's Warriors Quakes Golf Sports Calendar NFL MLB NBA College Preps Outdoors As fizzle in front of largest crowd in 12 years As Santiago Casilla doing the Johnny Cueto shimmy Report: Kevin Durant to take pay cut to re-sign with Warriors Warriors season review: David West Business Reviews Technology The Tech Chronicles Jobs Public Notices Sponsored Content VisionSF Come March, 250,000 PG&E customers could pay new rates for power Dave McClure, accused of harassment, resigns from 500 Startups Tesla reveals start date for Model 3 deliveries Pinterest wants advertisers to see the bigger picture A&E The Daily Dish Movies Music & Nightlife Performance Art Events Books TV Horoscope Comics Crosswords & Puzzles Things To Do Duran Duran brings era-defining hits to Bay Area The latest from Dear Abby Reno-Tahoe Nightlife A heroine to make Much Ado for Food Restaurants Wine Top 100 Restaurants Chronicle Wine Competition Reservations Beer News Inside Scoop SF Healthy Eating Food critic Michael Bauer Nigel Walker, pioneering founder of Eatwell Farm, dies Where to find 50 states' best foods in SF Almanac Beer CoPhoto by Reg Wilson shows Alan Howard as Theseus, Philip Locke as Egeus, Sara Kestelman as Hippolyta, John Kane as Philostrate, Christopher Gable as Lysander, Frances De La Tour as Helena, and Ben Kingsley as Demetrius Photo by Reg Wilson RSC &ndash; Image Licensing Articles First Impressions:A Midsummer Night's Dream, 1970 John Barber,The Daily Telegraph, quoted inThe Independent,1 February 2008 Top 5 Shakespeare productions in 50 years at the RSC Theo Bosanquet,WhatsOnStage, 19 April 2011 You are in: About Shakespeare Also in this section Also in this section Erica Whyman 2016 productionNancy Meckler 2011 productionTim Supple 2006 productionGregory Doran 2005 productionJohn Caird 1989 productionProductions 1920 - 2008 < Back to Past Productions You may also like Theatre CostumesVivien LeighMidsummer Nights DreamPoofEquinoxThe OldRyan O&#x27;nealDecemberRobert Ri&#x27;chardForwardVivien Leigh and Robert Helpmann as Titania and Oberon in A Midsummer Nights Dream, 1937Theatre DesignMidsummer Nights DreamSlide ShowCostume DesignSet DesignPuppetCabaretLionMasksForwardA Midsummer Nights Dream - Slide Show - NYTimes.comSee Morefrom NYTimes.comSearch the site What's On & Book Tickets Your Visit & Access Your Visit Getting Here Access Information Our Theatres Seating plans Restaurant, cafe & bars Rooftop Restaurant Tours and Tower Exhibitions Groups, Schools and Students Children and Families Shakespeare's Stratford Membership & Support Membership & Support Priority Booking Membership & Support Levels Make a donation Gift Membership RSC Key for 16-25s RSC America RSC Friends Leave a gift in your will Corporate opportunities What your support helps us do About Shakespeare About Shakespeare Shakespeare's Plays (A to Z) Tragedies, comedies, histories Timeline of Shakespeare's plays Famous quotes Shakespeare's Language Shakespeare's Life and Times Shop Education Education Teacher Resources Teacher Professional Development For Young People Events and Workshops for Students Schools' Broadcasts Associate Schools Programme Plan an Education Visit Impact and Research How your school can work with us Frequently Asked Questions About Us About Us News and Updates In the media Blogs Who's Who Facts and Figures History New Plays and Writers How We Make Theatre Collections and Archives Bienvenue Willkommen Benvenuto Witamy Bem-vindo Inicio Close Search OK Cancel OK Cancel OK Clear Cancel Audio books[edit]In adherence to the circus-like set design, at the end of Bottom and Titania&rsquo;s courtship, &ldquo;the two leave the stage to&hellip;Mendelssohn&rsquo;s Wedding March, and all hell breaks loose with confetti, paper streamers and Oberon himself flying in urbane mockery across the stage&rdquo; (Barnes 15)She has performed with the Royal National Theatre and the Royal Shakespeare CompanyThe Mechanicals rehearse surrounded by the fairies, who are invisible to them 48a4f088c3

And Justice For All VI: The trial Of Fannie Korn 7/28/1893Through+the+Fetters+of+Retribution%3A+A+Heartrending+Crime+StoryDancing Dolphin Plastic Canvas Patterns 5: (Volume 5)Stories From The Quran - Book 9 Portrait PublishingHome Medicine Bible For Your Great Pyrenees: The Alternative Health Guide to Keep Your Dog Happy, Healthy and SafeThe Life of Samuel Johnson, D. D., the First President of King's College, in New YorkVintage Crochet: 5 Modern Patterns For Contemporary StyleNatur von Japan (German Edition)Memoirs of the Life and Administration of Sir Robert Walpole, Earl of Orford, Vol. 1 of 4 (Classic Reprint)Vietnam Rough Riders: A Convoy Commander's Memoir

Revenir en haut

MessagePosté le: Mar 4 Juil - 10:52 (2017)    Sujet du message: Publicité

PublicitéSupprimer les publicités ?
Revenir en haut
Montrer les messages depuis:   
Poster un nouveau sujet   Répondre au sujet    Bottom Of Your Soul Index du Forum -> BEVERLY HILLS. -> Sunset Beach. Toutes les heures sont au format GMT + 2 Heures
Page 1 sur 1

Sauter vers:  

Index | Panneau d’administration | Creer un forum | Forum gratuit d’entraide | Annuaire des forums gratuits | Signaler une violation | Conditions générales d'utilisation
Powered by phpBB © 2001, 2018 phpBB Group
Traduction par :
Igloo Theme Release v0.9 Created By: Igloo Inc. and PROX Designs in association with Kazer0 Designs.