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(p. 913) Index

(p. 913) Index

Aaron (Titus Andronicus) 46–8, 50, 86, 162, 172–6, 239, 282–3, 339n.4, 340, 342, 348, 349n.42, 350–4, 356, 415, 825, 856–7
Abbott, George 457–8
Abou Douma, Mahmoud
Dance of the Scorpions 852–3
Abrams, M. H. 66, 68
Abyad, Jurj (George) 849n.3, 850
Academy of Music 786
Academy of Performing Arts, Prague 757
accent 69, 122, 344, 476, 494–5, 499, 516, 630, 759, 798, 824–5, 831
Achilles (Troilus and Cressida) 28, 257–60, 441n.14, 484, 494
Actor Network Theory 114
act-oriented theories 74
Adamson, Sylvia 120n.2, 122
Addison, Joseph 21, 514, 709, 711
Addison, Laura 529
Adelaide 800, 808
Adelman, Janet 454, 471, 645
Admiral’s Men 256
Adorno, Theodor 360–1, 372
Aegisthus 30
Aeneas 129, 342, 344, 461, 463
Aers, David 44
Aeschylus 10, 11n.23, 21, 24, 41, 716, 884
Oresteia 23, 678
aesthetes 76–7, 87, 281
aesthetic 23, 44–5, 165, 270, 273–4, 276–7, 296, 361, 547, 561–2, 572, 593, 610, 627, 643, 651, 653, 673, 693, 732, 737, 740, 743–4, 765, 769, 771, 816, 836–7, 884, 888
achievement 152
appreciation 908
completeness 188–9
conventions 629
creation 71
crime 25
discourse 831
effect 87
experience 6, 860
flaws 77
force 73
form 361
history 734
integrity 152
laws of unity 44
media 282
medium 83
merit 72–3, 76–7
of mixing 271
philosophy 5n.6
realm 149, 834
standard 20–1
text 71
theory 700
traditions 625
value 77, 80, 87
weight 264
whole 153
aestheticism 76, 833
aestheticization 146, 184, 188, 275, 282, 349
aesthetics 23, 76n.6, 190, 277, 627, 648, 667, 706, 717, 720, 733, 740–1, 833, 886, 907
African
actors 526, 811
tragedy 812, 828
afterlives 403, 556
Agamben, Giorgio 693, 701
Agamemnon (Troilus and Cressida) 20, 59, 257, 259, 730
agent-oriented theories 74
Agrippa (Antony and Cleopatra) 100, 452–3
Agrippina 28
Ajatashatru 890
Ajax (Troilus and Cressida) 97, 234, 256–8, 493, 720
Akimov, Nikolai 771, 775
Al-Assadi, Jawad
Inssuu Hamlet 853
Al-Bassam, Sulayman
Hamlet in Kuwait 855
The Al-Hamlet Summit 855–6
The Arab League Hamlet 855
al-Haddad, Najib
Martyrs of Love 849
al-Hakim, Tawfiq
Ad-dunya Riwaya Hazliya 850
Al-Kassabah Theatre 839
Al-Kouri, Mohammed 861
Al-Maghout, Mohamed 857–8
Alain
Essays on Aesthetics 726
Alarbus (Titus Andronicus) 171, 173–5, 239, 351, 353
Albany (King Lear) 122, 133, 147, 164, 208, 275, 427, 433, 609, 613–14, 617, 619, 621
Alcibiades (Timon of Athens) 263
Aldridge, Ira 340, 526
Aldwych Theatre 826
Alexander the Great 99, 199, 456, 458, 908
Alexandria 454, 456–7, 459–61, 847
Alexandrinksy Theatre 775
Alfieri, Vittorio 695
Bruto primo 872
Allen, William
An admonition to the nobility and people of England 170n.9
Allers, Roger
The Lion King 573
Allott, Robert 100
Almereyda, Michael 583–4, 907, 909–10
Almodóvar, Pedro 4n.3
Alonso, Alicia 873n.48
Alt, Mick 332n.13
Althusser, Louis 153
Altman, Joel B. 414n.41, 593, 604
Amar te duele 874
America/United States 523, 602, 639, 643, 648n.30, 649, 659, 671, 673, 779, 782, 785–6, 790, 800, 857, 899
American
actors 780, 783–4, 786
artists 780
audiences 779, 790–3
canon 793
Civil War 769, 779–80, 784, 786, 791–3
culture 643
deconstruction 152n.3
democracy 792
ideals 790
monuments 643, 793
productions 838, 842
representations 655
Revolution 779–81, 790–1
revolutionaries 779
society 417–18
stage 783, 786, 789–90
theatres 779, 781, 785, 793
tradition 781
Amleth 394, 397
anacoluthon 287–8
anagnorisis 584–5, 734
Anand, Mahesh 889
Anandrao
Ramavarma Lilavati 885
ancient 59, 65, 142, 206, 340, 344, 448, 458, 506, 508, 526, 660, 695, 700, 709–10, 718, 790
Britain 174, 432, 537
characters 241
classificatory systems 140n.21
drama 22, 37
fertility rites 463
Greek 24n.19, 59, 205, 693, 730
grudge 369–70
history 830
kingdoms 452
learning 456
literature 887
memory 834
mythology 12, 252
poets 56
religious beliefs 11
rhetoric texts 125
rights 231, 236
Rome 162, 342, 348, 643, 693, 701
sense 56
theory of speech 475
tradition 884
tragedy 6, 21, 41, 662, 713
wisdom 891
world 452, 643, 661, 713
Anderegg, Michael 665
Andrej Bagár Theatre 754
Andreozzi, Gaetano
Amleto 678
Andromache (Troilus and Cressida) 441
Andronici 171–5, 177, 180, 351, 354–5, 825
Annenkov, Pavel 761
Anthony/Antony (Antony and Cleopatra) 14, 16, 19, 73, 75, 78–9, 81–2, 84, 97, 100–1, 115, 137, 145, 147, 188–9, 238, 241n.21, 242, 245–7, 452–6, 459–65, 484, 648–53, 655, 801, 850
antic disposition 402–3, 531
Antigone 21, 60, 713
antiquity 20, 32, 37, 67, 69, 238, 245, 460–1, 643, 710, 712, 787
Antonio (Antonio’s Revenge) 91, 396, 489
Antonio (The Revenger’s Tragedy) 397
Antony (Julius Caesar) 120, 244–5, 247, 253, 375–6, 379–85, 387, 704, 790–2
Apemantus (Timon of Athens) 262, 264
Apthonius
Progymnasmata 129
Aquinas, Thomas 140
Arab Spring 852, 855, 862–3
Arab/Arabic 839, 847–8, 852–3, 856, 858, 863
Arab/Arabic
actors 848
adaptations 862
artists 862
audiences 855–6
culture 847, 855, 862
directors 848
identity 855
imitations 862
intellectuals 848
literature 849
milieu 850
playwrights 847–8, 850
productions 857
stage 847, 862
theatre 847
translations/translators 848–9, 862
versions 850
Arabization 849–50
Aramburo, Diego
Hamlet de los Andes 874
Arango, Arturo
El viaje termina en Elsinor 874
Arden of Faversham 341
Arethusa 350
Argentina 871–2, 874
Ariadne 127, 129
Ariel (The Tempest) 273, 281, 866
Aristophanes 11n.23, 36, 56
Aristotelian 58, 270, 274, 380n.25, 406, 666, 709, 750, 756, 884, 908
catharsis 79
drama 292
dramaturgy 720
ethics 173, 364n.13
ideas 269
inheritance 62
norms 67
philosophy 20
preference for plot 666
rule poetics 710
standard 19
theories of vision 410
tradition 62
tragedy 61, 293
unities 694–5, 66
Aristotle 12, 19, 36, 56–8, 78, 80, 92, 127, 146, 148, 164, 220, 277, 290–2, 294, 296, 364n.13, 406, 410, 424, 468, 691–3, 750, 865, 870
Metaphysics 406
Meteorologica 204
Nicomachean Ethics 290
Poetics 36, 42, 121, 131, 290, 709, 354
Rhetoric 140
(p. 916) Armfield, Neil 799, 808
Arne, Thomas 507
Arnold, Oliver 381, 386n.29, 386n.31
Artaud, Antonin 663, 703
Arthur 229–31
Ascham, Roger 36–7
Ashford, Rob 449
Asia, see East Asia
Asolo Repertory Theatre 873
Astraea 345
Athalie 59, 730
Athene 278
Athenian
dramatists 56
playwrights 660
tragedy 158, 164
Athens 154, 261, 263
Atreus 25–6, 30, 32, 276
Aubrey, John 20n.4
Aubry, Cécile 595
Auckland 800–1, 803, 806–7
Aufidius (Coriolanus) 98–9, 102, 370, 468–70, 472, 475–6, 483–4, 646
Augustan
empire 787
era 787
literature 23, 24n.19
propaganda 460–1
Augustine 38, 100, 144, 148, 393
Confessions 148
Augustus, see Octavius (Caesar)
Auslander, Philip 589, 596, 603, 626
Austin, J. L. 126, 481
Australasia 795
Australasian
literary culture 800
performance practices 801
playwrights 803
responses to tragedy 805
Austria 692, 700, 747
Autran, Paulo 877
Averill, William
Dyall for dainty darlings 100
Avidan, David 844–5
Awad, Fuad 839
Ayouch, Amal 851
Babelism 733, 740, 744
Bachchan, Harivansha Rai 890
Bacon, Francis 215, 396
Badaoui, M. M. 849
Badawi, Mohamad Mustapha 857
Badeau, Adam 784–5
Badiou, Alain 358n.1, 361, 371
Bakhtin, M. M. 129
Balaguero, Jaume
Fragile 447
Baldwin, William 39–40, 220–2
A Myrroure for Magistrates 39
Bale, John 43, 230
God’s Promises 43
Three Lawes 43
Balfe, Michael 686
Ball, Robert Hamilton 557–8, 624–5
Balustrade Theatre 749
Bamborough, J. B. 111
Banaji, Mahzarin 418
Blindspot: Hidden Biases of Good People 417
Bancroft, Richard 251
Bandello, Mateo 270, 568
Baniel, Eran 839
Banquo (Macbeth) 12, 13, 29, 114, 438n.3, 439, 441–3, 445–6, 448, 450, 491, 629, 631, 634, 638, 675, 682–3, 902, 905
Bar, Shimon 843
Bara, Theda 651
Barber, Samuel
Antony and Cleopatra 686
Barbican Theatre 542, 906
Barbier, Jules 678, 685
Bard Productions 622n.34
bardolatry 55, 68, 303, 340, 659, 715, 871
Baretti, Giuseppe
Discours sur Shakespeare et sur Monsieur de Voltaire 694
Barge, Gillian 610
Barker, Alan 548
Barker, Francis 90
Barker, Matthew 545
Barrault, Jean-Louis 734–5
Barry, Spranger 507–8, 520
Barrymore, John 559
Bartels, Emily C. 47
Barthes, Roland 563, 737
‘The Death of the Author’ 729
(p. 917) Bartholomeusz, Dennis 527n.24, 529
Barton, John 823
Bartoshevich, Alexey 775
Bassianus 47, 345, 348, 351–2, 354, 869
Bastard (King John) 230–1
Bate, Jonathan 220, 240, 301, 310, 342n.19, 344–5
The Soul of an Age 161
Bateman, Stephen
Doom Warning All Men to the Judgment 412
Battle of Actium 97, 237n.12, 245–6, 453–5, 463–4, 651
Battle of Bosworth 219, 226, 863
Battle of Mutina (Modena) 454
Battle of Philippi 244, 455, 648
Battle of Towton 219
Baudelaire, Charles Pierre 68
Bavarian State Theatre 721
Bazin, André 558, 568
Beale, Simon Russell 258–9, 546, 548, 550, 552, 554
Beatrice (Much Ado About Nothing) 267
Beckett, Samuel 4n.3, 198, 615, 663, 702, 870
Endgame 614, 663
Waiting for Godot 663
Beckwith, Sarah 4n.3
Be’er Sheva Municipal Theatre 837, 840, 844
Beethoven, Ludwig van 744
Belinsky, Visarrion 765–6
Bell Shakespeare Company 798, 808
Bell, John (bookseller ) 515
Bell, John (director) 798, 808
Bellamy, Mrs 507
Belleli, Avi 840
Bellini, Vincenzo
I Capuleti e i Montecchi 685, 698
Belsey, Catherine 178, 446
The Subject of Tragedy 540
Belvoir Street Theatre 799, 808
Ben-Azzar, Noam 845
Ben Jago 597–8
Benda, Georg
Romeo und Julie 684
Bene, Carmelo 702–5
Benedick 267
Benhaïm, Josiane 851
Benjamin, Walter 6n.8, 23, 63, 339, 357, 372, 391, 722
Ursprung des deutschen Trauerspiels 720
Bennett, H. S. 307
Bennett, Jane 105, 114, 118, 42–4
Vibrant Matter 423, 428–9
Bensley, Robert 791
Benson, Frank 648
Benvolio (Romeo and Juliet) 101, 836, 840
Berger, Harry 85n.16
Berger, John 187
Bergson, Henri 423
Berio di Salsa, Francesco Maria 679, 698
Berkoff, Stephen 845
Berlin 530, 723, 842
Berlin Ensemble 721
Berlin, Isaiah 767
Berlioz, Hector 533, 686, 741–2
La damnation de Faust 686
Mort de Cléopatre 682
Overture to King Lear 785
Romeo et Juliette 749, 507, 686
Symphonie fantastique 686
The Trojans 741
Berman, Antoine 733
Bernhardt, Sarah 648, 699, 728
Bernstein, Leonard
West Side Story 676, 804, 837
Berowne 78
Berrchid, Abdelkrim 859, 862
Otayl Wal-Khayl Wal-Barud 858, 860
Berry, Ralph 843
Besos de azúcar 874
Betterton, Thomas 509–10
Betts, Jean
Ophelia Thinks Harder 804
Bevington, David 44, 445n.24
Bharat Durdasha 888
Bhardwaj, Vishal
Haider 580
Maqbool 633
Omkara 893
Bhartendu Harishchandra 890
Natak 887, 889
Nil Devi 888
(p. 918) Bhasa
Karnabharam 882
Urubhangam 882
Bhatt, G. K.
Tragedy and Sanskrit Drama 884
Bianca (Othello) 93, 293, 526, 598, 604
Bibliocosm 733, 740–1, 744
Billington, Michael 545, 547, 549
Bishop, Tom 345n.36, 385
Blackton, J. Stuart 648
Blair, Betsy 595
Blake, William 646
Blakely, Colin 607
Blanche (King John) 731
Blessed, Brian 621–2
Blessing, Lee
Fortinbras 659n.4
Blethyn, Brenda 610–11
Bloch, Ernest 682
Macbeth 684
Bloom, Harold 54, 61, 90, 340, 391, 470, 659, 707
Boal, Augusto
‘Aristotle’s Coercive System of Tragedy’ 865
Boccaccio, Giovanni 270
De Casibus Virorum Illustrium 37–9, 220
De mulieribus claris 461
Il Filostrato 45
Bodas trágicas 874
Bodenham, John
Bel-vedere 100
Bodin, Jean 100
Boemus, Johannes 412, 415
Boethius 38
The Consolation of Philosophy 37
Bogatyrev, Pyotr 750, 753
Bohemia 747–8
Boileau 709, 762
Boito, Arrigo 674, 678–81, 698
Boleyn, Ann 170
Bolingbroke (Richard II) 163, 224–5, 397
Bond, Edward 662–7, 669, 844
Bonnefoy, Yves 727, 732
Le Digamma 743
L’heure présente 742
Booth, Asia 793
Booth, Edwin 526, 780–1, 783–90, 792–3
Booth, John Wilkes 779, 781, 783–4, 792–3
Booth, Junius Brutus 779, 781–3, 785
Borges, Jorge Luis 740, 865, 871
Boswell, James 519
Bottom (A Midsummer Night’s Dream) 35
Bottomley, Gordon
King Lear’s Wife 659n.4
Bouchaud, Nicolas 738
Boulter, Jay David
Remediation 588
Bourdieu, Pierre 408
Bower, Richard
Appius and Virginia 42
Boyce, William 507
Boyd, Lauren 602
Boyle, A. J. 24n.19, 26
Boyle, Robert 425, 427, 432
Brabantio (Othello) 93, 113, 408–9, 415, 593, 691
Bradbrook, Muriel C. 444
Braden, Gordon 30n.34
Bradley, A. C. 3, 6n.8, 15n.30, 16, 54, 59, 61–2, 68, 90, 93–4, 98, 139n.20, 279, 391, 395, 400, 404, 421, 470, 475, 572, 612–13, 870
‘Hegel’s Theory of Tragedy’ 15n.30, 61
‘Poetry for Poetry’s Sake’ 64
Shakespearean Tragedy 60–1, 64, 422
Bradley, David 649–50
Brahe, Tycho 107
Brahim, Abbas 851
Branagh, Kenneth 449, 580–2, 586, 597
A Midwinter’s Tale 900
In the Bleak Midwinter 574, 579
Brando, Marlon 651
Brandon, Samuel
Octavia 651
Brantley, Ben 445–7
Brauner, David 670
Brazilian Dramatic Conservatory 876
Brecht, Berthold 157, 162, 367, 391, 471, 478n.29, 540, 543, 551, 663, 702, 720–1, 723–4, 838, 854, 858
Threepenny Opera 841
‘Über Shakespeares Stück Hamlet 842n.23
Bredbeck, Gregory W. 258
Brennan, Teresa 141
Brenner, Tal 840
Brenton, Howard 547n.27
Bright, Timothie 112–13
Treatise of Melancholie 109
Briñas, Cheo
Romeo y Julieta en Luyanó 873
Brisbane 808
British Film and Video Council 624
British
actors 698, 779
army 541, 781, 875
audiences 544, 875, 902
civilization 692
critics 827
Empire 648, 822
film 645
government 817, 888
history 220
India 890
journalists 829
life 597
people 345
plays 218
productions 826, 842
Raj 634
reviews 524
settlers 800, 805
stage 649
television 598, 659
territories 796
theatre 540, 791, 822, 902
traditions 787n.19
Britten, Benjamin
Rape of Lucretia 687
Broadway 445n.26, 676
Brome, Richard
The Court Begger 495
Brooke, Arthur 100, 835
Romeus and Juliet 93, 368
Brooke, Nicholas 96, 111
Brooke, Tom 551–2
Brooklyn Academy of Music 445n.26
Broude, Ronald 341n.17
Brower, Reuben 255
Brown, Arthur 313
Browne, John 196n.18
Browning, Robert 64
Brownsmith, John
The Dramatic Time-Piece 509
Bruno, Giordano 136, 694, 702
Brutus (Coriolanus) 99, 481
Brutus (Julius Caesar) 100, 143, 173, 243–5, 247, 253, 328, 374–6, 378–87, 455, 648, 654, 701, 704, 779, 781–4, 788–93, 818
Bryant, James C. 364n.13
Bryant, William Cullen 785, 792
Bryson, Norman
‘The Gaze in the Expanded Field’ 416
Buchanan, George 630n.18
De iure regni apud Scotos 170n.11
Jephthes 36
Buchanan, Judith 590–2
Büchner, Georg 716
Buchowetzki, Dmitri 590–2, 597, 604
Budra, Paul 656
Buhagiar, Drahoş 757
Bull playhouse 495
Bulwer, John 354
Chironomia 355nn.49–50
Burbage, James 341
Burbage, Richard 90, 96–7, 269, 403, 491, 500–3
Burge, Stuart 590, 649–50
Burgoyne, Robert 559
Burke, Kenneth 138, 147, 296
Burnett, Mark 412n.27, 412n.32, 413n.35, 633, 897
Burns, Robert 310–11
Burrow, Colin 269, 276, 279, 342n.26, 348n.39, 350
Burt, Richard 624, 644, 646
(p. 920) Burton, Richard 188, 574, 577, 651, 653
Bushnell, Rebecca 382n.22, 386n.29
Bushy (Richard II) 224
Butler, Brian 329n.10
Butusov, Yury 775
Byron, Lord 60, 695, 761, 765, 876
Cabot, Sebastian 868
Cabrujas, José Ignacio
Sonny 873
Cacciari, Massimo 701
Cáceres, Francisco 872
Cademan, Philip 509
Caesarion (Antony and Cleopatra) 456, 652, 654
Caesar’s Revenge 651
Cagnoni, Antonio 687
Re Lear 686
Caixa Preta Group 878
Caldecott, Thomas 303
Calder-Marshall, Anna 610–11
Calderwood, James L. 474
Callaghan, Dympna 835
Calligraphism 561
Calliope 502
Calpurnia (Julius Caesar) 120, 244, 375–6, 379
Camden, William 40, 236, 345, 494
Cameri Theatre 836, 840–3, 845–6
Cammarano, Salvatore 686
Campbell, Lily B. 139, 143
Campbell, Marion
Shakespeare’s Books 800
Campbell, Mrs Patrick 533–4
Campbell, Oscar J. 256
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation 597, 600
Canidius (Antony and Cleopatra) 463
Canin, Luigi 787n.22
Cano, Luis
Dondequiera oscuridad y maquillaje 873–4
Cape Town 813, 827–8
Capell, Edward 307
Capulet (Romeo and Juliet) 81, 305, 360–6, 369, 505, 536, 559, 562–4, 567, 835, 839, 840
Carcani, Giuseppe 676
Carcano, Giulio 696
Carden, Mary Paniccia 670
Caribbean 465–6, 597, 864, 866, 872, 878
Cariclea 278
Carlyle, Thomas
On Heroes, Hero-Worship and the Heroic in History 421
Carré, Michel 678, 685
Carrillo, Juan
Mendoza 874
Carroll, Noël 80n.11
Cartelli, Thomas 597–8, 627
Carter, Howard 649
Cary, Elizabeth
Mariam 651
Casablanca 851, 858n.29, 860–1
Casaubon, Isaac
De satyrica Graecorum poesi et Romanorum satira libri duo 252
Casca (Julius Caesar) 146, 243n.27, 244, 376, 378–9, 382, 384, 386–8
Cassio (Othello) 32, 106, 293, 413, 526, 591, 595, 597–9, 602, 604–5, 680, 823
Cassius (Julius Caesar) 146, 243–5, 355, 375–6, 378, 380–7, 455, 648, 704, 779, 781–2, 788–91
Casson, Philip 630
Castellani, Renato 561–2, 566
Giulietta e Romeo 560–1
Castellari, Enzo
Quella sporca storia nel west 580
Castellucci, Romeo 703–5
Castle, William
Serpent of the Nile 654
Castle of Perseverance, The 41
Castro, Fidel 376
Castro, Ricardo
Atzimba 868
Catherine II of Russia 762–4
Catholicism/Catholics 40, 43, 49, 160, 162–3, 169–70, 172, 174n.18, 176, 181, 182n.25, 238, 393, 440, 443n.18, 681, 693, 702, 704, 902
Catsby, Sir William 226
Cavarero, Adriana 701
(p. 921) Cavell, Stanley 4n.3, 6n.8, 75, 126–7, 143, 147, 471, 645
‘Performative and Passionate Utterance’ 126
Caxton, William 207n.22
Celine, Louis-Ferdinand 744
Century Club 780, 788n.26
Cernescu, Dinu 844
Césaire, Aimé 866n.12
Chabat, Alain
Astérix et Obélix: Mission Cléopâtre 655
Chabaud, Jaime
Otelo sobre la mesa 874
Chabrol, Claude
Ophélia 573
Chan, Anthony
One Husband Too Many 897
Chan, Audrey 896
Chandragupta 890
Chapman, George 160, 234n.1, 260, 320–1, 326
All Fools 321
An Humorous Day’s Mirth 321–3
Bussy D’Ambois 234n.1, 321–2
Caesar and Pompey 321, 342n.22
comedies 320, 325
Eastward Ho 91, 160, 321
Fedele and Fortunia 321
May Day 321
Monsieur D’Olive 321
Seauen bookes of the Iliades of Homere 255
Sir Giles Goosecap 321
The Blind Beggar of Alexandria 321
The Conspiracy of Charles Duke of Byron 321
The Gentleman Usher 321
The Revenge of Bussy D’Ambois 321
The Tragedy of Charles Duke of Byron 321
The Widow’s Tears 321
tragedies 320, 325
Two Wise Men and All the Rest Fools 321
Charles II 517, 662
Charmian (Antony and Cleopatra) 75
Charnes, Linda 101
Charney, Maurice 474
Chatter, Ali 861
Chatterjee, Bankimchandra 883
Chaucer, Geoffrey 37–9, 42, 45
Boece 37
Canterbury Tales 37, 251
The Legend of Good Women 462
‘The Monk’s Tale’ 37
Troilus and Criseyde 45
Cheke, Sir John 36
Chekhov, Anton
The Cherry Orchard 769
The Seagull 769
Three Sisters 769
Uncle Vanya 769
Chekhov, Mikhail 770, 834
Chélard, Hippolyte
Macbeth 682
Cheltenham Literary Festival 548
Chernaik, Warren 248, 455n.12
Chettle, Henry
The Tragedy of Hoffman 91
Chhayavad 889
Chiaki, Minoru 631
Chichester Festival Theatre 445
Chinese
nation 910
operatic theatre 908
translations 897, 900
transliteration 900, 909
Chiron (Titus Andronicus) 46, 48, 239, 351–6, 646, 869
Chitty, Alison 542
chronicles 19, 93, 220, 222, 225, 229, 235, 237, 431, 444, 455, 517, 556, 676, 765, 807, 876
Cibber, Colley
Caesar in Egypt 651
Cibber, Theophilus 506–7
Cicero 100, 124–5, 127–8, 140, 244, 245n.33, 248, 355, 376–7, 382
De oratore 124, 125n.15
Rhetorica Ad Herennium 125–6, 353n.46, 411, 414n.37
Ciceronian
oratory 127–8
rhetoricians 353
(p. 922) Cikker. Ján 749
Ciller, Jozef 755
Cinna (Julius Caesar) 75, 381–2, 790
Cinthio (Cinzio), Giambattista Giraldi 19, 268, 293, 591, 694
Gli Hecatommithi 270, 293
civil war 75, 167, 169, 181, 219, 231, 421, 506, 631, 635, 769, 779, 780, 784, 786, 791–3, 803, 816, 828, 855
Clarence 226, 228
Clark, Matthew 791
Clark, Stuart 406
Vanities of the Eye 407
Clark, William George 303
Clarke, Charles 308
Clarke, Helen A. 301, 310, 312
Clarke, J. P. 812
Clarke, Mary Cowden 308
classical
drama 21, 40, 43, 269, 731, 734, 762, 883–4
inheritance 19, 20, 24
philosophy 20, 37
realism 558–9, 561
theatre 590
tradition 19, 32, 36, 56, 25–1
tragedy 14, 20, 23, 36, 42, 158, 444, 710–13, 739, 835
classicism 24n.19, 32, 164, 252, 269, 370, 673, 706, 708, 710–11, 720, 764
Clemen, Wolfgang 122–3, 129
Cleopatra (Antony and Cleopatra) 14, 78–9, 97–101, 115, 120, 188–9, 200, 237n.12, 375, 452–6, 458–66, 484, 492, 648, 650–2, 654–5, 686, 742, 801, 850
Cleopatra D.C. 655
Clinton Crumley, J. 235n.4
Clio 502
Cloten 280
Cloutier, Suzanne 594–5
Coeffeteau, Nicolas 206, 211–12, 215
Coen Brothers
Barton Fink 447
Cohn, Ruby 658
Colbert, Claudette 651
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor 16, 31, 54–7, 60, 62–4, 66–7, 90, 94, 293, 395, 454, 468–9, 472, 699, 728, 870
Collier, John Payne 303
Collingborne, William 226
Collins, Jeff 329n.10
Collop, John 495
Colman, George 519–20
Colombia 868–9, 873
comedians 492, 706
Comédie Française 732, 734, 735n.42, 736, 739
comic 189, 232, 268–9, 271–2, 274, 278, 280, 335, 365, 402, 440, 492, 497–8, 543, 579, 605, 633, 692–4, 705, 738–9, 755, 762, 765, 796, 800, 857, 886
characters 78
contrast 368
elements 282
episodes 41
extravagance 356
fool 272
grotesquerie 339
heroes 78, 93, 804
interpretations 558
masquerade 240
pace 492
parody 184, 899
pathos 612
performance 492, 500, 738–9
playwrights 21
word-play 243
Cominius 99, 101–2, 476–7
communism 369n.19, 582, 723, 746, 751–4, 756, 770, 822
conflation 642, 646, 651–2, 655–6, 874
Conkie, Rob 808
consequentialism 74
Constance (King John) 229–31
contact-oriented theories 74–5
Contemporary Legend Theatre 908
Conti, Antonio 692
contracterianism 74
Conversion of St Paul, The 41
Cook, Adam 799
Cook, Hardy M. 607n.1
Cook, James 795
Cook, Patrick J. 575n.5
Cooke, William
Memoirs of Charles Macklin, Comedian 516
Cooper, Helen 39
Corambis 303
Coriolanus, Caius Martius (Coriolanus) 78, 81–2, 92, 98–103, 138, 143, 242, 247, 468–85, 645–7, 731, 820–1, 877
Corneille, Pierre 694, 709, 711, 734, 762, 764
Cornelius 304–5
Cornwall (King Lear) 75, 147, 208, 212, 214, 216, 550, 553, 609, 611–12, 614–15, 617, 619–21
Coronado, Celestino 574, 579, 585n.11
Cotillard, Marion 631
Cottafavi, Vittorio
The Legions of the Nile 655
Coursen, Herbert R. 312, 597
Courtyard Theatre 541
Couzens, Tim 815
Covent Garden 507, 516, 520, 527, 791
Cowden Clarke, Charles 308
Cowden Clarke, Mary 308
Cox, Brian 647
Craig, Edward Gordon 769, 771, 775
Craik, Katharine A. 142n.30
Crane, Mary Thomas 208n.27
Craven, Wes 446
Creon 60, 62, 713
Crescentini, Girolamo 685
Cressida (Troilus and Cressida) 259, 272–3
Creswick, William 536, 537
Critchley, Simon 391
Croce, Benedetto 701
Shakespeare, Ariosto and Corneille 700
Croesus 38
Cromwell, Oliver 225
Crooke, Helkiah 207
Crosbie, Christopher 172
Crosby, Ernest 768
Cross, Ian 755n.20
Crosse, Gordon 535
Crowl, Sam 643, 644n.11
Cruz, Nilo 873
Cukor, George 558
Cultural Revolution 563, 899
Cumberland, Richard 512n.30
Cunningham, Tom
The Okavango Macbeth 687
Cunningham, William 412
Cushman, Charlotte 536, 779–80, 785, 789
Cushman, Susan 536
Cynic
philosophy 251
tradition 258
Cynics 251
Czech Foundation 749
Czech National Theatre 755
Czech Republic 746
Czech
culture 749, 755
fairy tales 747
performances 748
repertoire 749
stage 748
theatrical tradition 757
Czechoslovakia 751, 753
Da Porto, Luigi 560, 568, 686
Damasio, Antonio 140
Damrosch, David 891
Danby, John 433
(p. 924) Danes, Claire 567, 897
Daniel, Samuel
The Tragedy of Cleopatra 73, 462, 651
Civil Wars 219
D’Annunzio, Gabriele 699
Dante Alighieri 461, 693, 719, 744
Inferno 679
Danter, John 341n.17
Daphne 350
Das Faustbuch 747
Das, Sisir Kumar 881, 894
Database of Early English Playbooks 317n.3
Datta, Michael Madhusudan
Krishna Kumari 885
Daubeny, Peter 826
Davenall, Tony 620
Davenant, William 506, 509–10, 513–15, 517, 529, 662, 675
Gondibert 58
Davenport, Fanny 648n.30
Davies, Andrew 597
Davies, Sir John 494, 499, 503, 519
Nosce Teipsum 193
Davies, Thomas 21, 515
Davis, Natalie 159
Dawson, Anthony 272n.11
de Alencar, José
Senhora 876
de Assis, Machado 876
De Biasi, Volfango 591
de Courcy, Sir John 343–4
De Filippo, Eduardo 704
de Grazia, Margreta 68, 90, 99, 178n.22
de Hurtado, Sebastián 867
de Jongh, Nicholas 447
de la Parra, Marco Antonio
Ofelia o la madre muerta 873
de Lavardén, Manuel
Siripo 867
de le Primaudaye, Pierre 140
de Mendonça, Barbara Heliodora Carneiro 877
De Meun, Jean 37n.10
de Premierfait, Laurent 38
De Quincey, Thomas 892
De Santis, Francesco 696
De Sica, Vittorio
Bicycle Thief 561
de Sousa, Galante 877
de Stael, Madame 695
de Witt, Johannes 345n.37, 493
Dean, James 741
Deats, Sara Munson 453n.3, 655
Debussy, Claude 684
Decius Brutus (Julius Caesar) 244, 378, 381–2
découpage 556–7
Déjazet, Joseph Eugene
Rhum et eau en juillet 686
Dekel-Avneri, Lilach 845
Dekker, Thomas 49, 252, 493
A Shoemakers’ Holiday 747
Lust’s Dominion 415
Satiromastix 258n.17
del Monaco, Mario 681
Delbono, Pippo 736
Deleuze, Gilles 136n.3, 141, 423, 703, 729, 862
Delius, Nicolaus 307, 715
Delsarte, François 786
Demaulne, Michel 851
Demetrius (Titus Andronicus) 46, 48, 239, 352–6, 646, 869
DeMille, Agnes 559
DeMille, Cecil B. 651–2
Demme, Jonathan
The Silence of the Lambs 646
Democritus 32, 136n.4
Demosthenes 355n.50
Dench, Judi 630, 637
Denmark Corporation 583
Dennis, C. J.
The Sentimental Bloke 796
deontologism 74
Depot Romeo, A 558
Déprats, Jean-Michel 732–3
Derrida, Jacques 79n.10, 152n.3, 729–30, 878
Descartes, René 140, 206, 423
Deschamps, Emile 734
(p. 925) Desmet, Christy 444n.23, 878
Desmond, William 79n.9
Detha, Vijay Dan 891
Devereux, Robert 260
Dews, Peter 648
Dias, Gonçalves 876
Díaz-Fernández, José Ramón 871
DiCaprio, Leonardo 567, 897
Dickens, Charles 534
Great Expectations 403
Nicholas Nickleby 796
Diderot, Denis 762
Dido 129, 461
Diehl, Huston 153, 407
digital
analysis 325
approaches 316
methods 333–4
tools and resources 332
video 601, 629, 644
work 319
Dingelstedt, Franz 715
Diomed (Troilus and Cressida) 273
Diomedes 259
Dionysus 164, 463, 887
Distiller, Natasha 815
Shakespeare and the Coconuts 819
Dlouhá Theatre 757
Dobson, Michael 510, 512n.30, 676
Docuscope 324, 329–30
Dolce, Ludovico
Giocasta 42n.27
Dollimore, Jonathan 161, 164, 661
Domingo, Placido 681
Don Quixote 766–7
Donaldson, Peter 564
Donatus 93
Donmar Warehouse 797
Donne, Anne 193
Donne, John 187, 193–4, 200, 251, 360n.8
Doran, Gregory 544, 812, 823–6, 829
Doran, Madeleine 308
dos Santos, João Caetano 877
Dostoyevsky, Fyodor 616
Demons 768
The Brothers Karamazov 767
The Idiot 768
Double Life, A 590
Dowden, Richard 830
Dowdle, John Erick
Devil 447
Downer, Alan S. 493n.14
Downes, Cathy 807
Downes, John 509, 514, 517
Roscius Anglicanus 506
dramatic poetry 6–9, 11, 682
Drury Lane 507–8, 515, 782, 791
Dryden, John 20–1, 32, 158, 273, 662, 669
All for Love 651, 660–1
Du Maurier, Daphne 627
Dubrovnik Shakespeare Festival 748
Duchess of York (Richard III) 128, 228
Ducis, Jean-François 678, 698, 732, 872
Duffett, Thomas 513
Duffin, Ross 681
Duffy, Eamon 44
Duke of Lancaster (Chronicle) 225
Duke of Meiningen 715
Duke’s Company 506, 513
Dullin, Charles 734, 735
Dumas, Alexandre 678, 728
Duncan (Macbeth) 14, 81, 86, 104, 106, 111, 114, 118, 196, 384, 439, 442, 443n.18, 445–6, 450, 496, 500, 528, 530, 682, 739, 754, 755, 846, 892
Duncan, Ronald 687
Dunne, Christopher
Titus Andronicus 644
Durkheim, Emile 186
Duse, Eleonora 699
Dvořák, Antonín
Král a uhlíř 747
Dyce, Alexander 303
Eagleton, Terry 812
Earl of Tyrone 343
Early English Books Online (EEBO) 316–17, 322n.6, 332, 334
early modern
drama 152, 323, 325, 329, 334
drama corpus 318–20, 325–6, 331, 334–5
(p. 926) dramatists 46
emotions 96, 140–1, 205–6, 211
performance 8, 489
theatre 91, 155, 215, 311, 342, 392, 417, 492
thought 92, 110, 141n.26, 204
tragedy 146, 270, 327–8, 489
writing 141–2, 252
East Asia 452, 586, 896–8, 908–10
East Asian
adaptations 897–8, 906, 910
context 734
cultures 898, 901
directors 907
dramatic genres 899
elements 906
motifs 901
performance 898
playwrights 900
tragedy 899
Eastern Europe 580, 746–8, 750–1, 753–9, 829, 843
Eccleston, Christopher 597–8
Edgar (King Lear) 85, 95, 123–4, 130–3, 154, 165, 216, 265, 275, 277–8, 422, 428, 430, 433, 501, 518, 535, 549–53, 574, 609, 612–21, 906
Edmund (King Lear) 15, 45, 85–6, 95, 133, 147, 216, 265, 422, 426–7, 501, 518, 551–3
Edward IV (Richard III) 228–9
Edward VI 40, 220
Edward, Christopher 547
Edwards, J. Gordon 651–2
Edwards, Michael Donald
Hamlet: Prince of Cuba 873
Edwards, Philip 308–10
Egan, Gabriel
The Struggle for Shakespeare’s Text 312
Eichner, Hans 57
Einfühlung 63, 67
Einstein, Albert 164n.46, 840
Eisenstein, Sergei 566, 568–9
ekphrasis 413
El Far, Alessandra 875
Eleanor of Aquitaine (King John) 230
Eliot, George 603
Eliot, T. S. 68, 98, 340, 471
Elizabethan
actors 747
adaptations 444
audience 152, 162, 174–5, 177, 236, 240, 243
drama 121, 123, 731
England 218, 268, 345, 397, 441, 819
imagination 241
London 175, 341
playhouses 44
plays 157
politics 237, 722
psychology 884
regime 172, 176, 662
satire 256
schoolroom 121, 124–5
society 161
stage 46, 159, 240, 269, 345, 350–1, 717
theatre 153, 157, 161, 704, 730
theology 181
tragedians 270
tragedy 443
translation 457
world picture 151
writers 237
Elizabethans 75, 111, 157, 192, 204, 212, 215, 235, 238, 240, 381, 426
Elliott, Michael 607–10, 611n.12, 612
Elton, G. R. 156
Elton, William R.
King Lear and the Gods 164
Elyot, Thomas 42
Emerson, Caryl 765
Emerson, Ralph Waldo 714
Emilia (Othello) 75, 85, 288, 294, 405, 409, 596, 598–600, 603, 681, 807, 893
Emillius 100
Empress Wan 637
enargeia 274, 413–16
Engle, Lars 212
English
actors 643
(p. 927) adaptation 42, 100
audience 675–6, 697, 790
Catholics 169–70, 176
comedians 706
comedy 747
culture 762
drama 41, 48, 237, 738
history 163, 171, 218–20, 228, 232, 235–8, 242, 345, 375, 675, 716, 726, 734
literature 37, 165, 692, 702, 761–2
morality plays 10–11
performance 51, 779, 798
plays 242, 446, 452, 747
playwrights 764, 793
poetry 704
Protestantism 155
Reformation 152, 155, 158–60, 175
religious art 440
Renaissance 159, 234
romantics 54
satire 251–2
semi-operas 682
stage 46, 779
state 40
theatre 696, 793
tragedians 36
tragedy 35, 38, 41–3, 122, 234, 270, 441, 443
tragicomedy 269
writers 359, 458, 665
Enlightenment 58, 63, 142, 419, 569, 747, 868
Ennemis Jurés 646
Enobarbus (Antony and Cleopatra) 81, 188, 246, 452–3, 459, 461–4
Enterline, Lynn 129
Epic Theatre 543, 663
Erasmus, Desiderius 123–4, 144, 414–16
‘Copia: Foundations of the Abundant Style’ 124
Praise of Folly 251
Erickson, Robert 210
Erne, Lukas 162, 312
Eros (Antony and Cleopatra) 75, 247
Esposito, Roberto 702
Essex rebellion 161, 169
Essrig, David 839
Estok, Simon C. 107n.7
Eugene Onegin 767
Euripides 11n.23, 19–21, 23–5, 36, 41, 270, 711
The Bacchae 23
Eurydice 673
Eyre, Richard 620–1
Faccio, Franco 678
Fagan, Brian 107
Faithful Friend, The 313
Falk, Yoram 837
Falstaff 78, 91–2, 246, 780
Falstaff (Henry IV, Part 1) 42n.26, 82
Fanon, Frantz 807, 866n.12
Farber, Yael
SeZaR 816
Faria, João Roberto 876
Farmer, Alan 334n.18
Farnham, Willard 44