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by Steven Adler


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Rough Magic provides a thorough analysis of the many strands of theatrical activity on both sides of the footlights that coalesce in the artistic vigor of the Royal Shakespeare Company

Rough Magic provides a thorough analysis of the many strands of theatrical activity on both sides of the footlights that coalesce in the artistic vigor of the Royal Shakespeare Company. Adler traces the company’s evolution from its origins in 1879 as a week-long festival presented by Stratford-upon-Avon as a birthday homage to its native son, to its current incarnation as one of the world’s most distinguished institutional theatres. He probes the aspirations and achievements of the RSC’s four successive artistic directors: Peter Hall, Trevor Nunn, Terry Hands, and Adrian Noble

Steven Adler, a native of Brooklyn, New York, heads the graduate program in stage management at the University of California, San Diego, where he is also Vice Chair and Director of Theatre of the Department of Theatre and Dance.

Steven Adler, a native of Brooklyn, New York, heads the graduate program in stage management at the University of California, San Diego, where he is also Vice Chair and Director of Theatre of the Department of Theatre and Dance. He has stage managed numerous productions on Broadway, Off-Broadway, on national tours, in regional theatre, and in television.

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Steven Adler (2001). Rough Magic: Making Theatre at the Royal Shakespeare Company. Inside the Royal Shakespeare Company: Creativity and the Institution. p. 219. ISBN 978-0-8093-2377-7. 41. ISBN 978-1-134-61631-2.

As a long-time aficionado of the Royal Shakespeare Company, it was with great pleasure that I discovered Steven Adler's book about the greatest theatre in the English-speaking world

As a long-time aficionado of the Royal Shakespeare Company, it was with great pleasure that I discovered Steven Adler's book about the greatest theatre in the English-speaking world. Interviews with actors, directors, designers, and a ton of behind-the-scenes folks make this book even richer, as they depict myriad personal perspectives of how the RSC works.

Making Theatre at the Royal Shakespeare Company. Narrated by: Samuel Valor. Length: 11 hrs and 7 mins. Steven Adler examines the dynamic life and workings of the theatre company responsible for some of the world's most compelling performances and influential productions of the last 40 years, including Marat/Sade, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Les Misérables, Les Liaisons Dangereuses, and Nicholas Nickleby. Rough Magic provides a thorough analysis of the many strands of theatrical activity on both sides of the footlights that coalesce in the artistic vigor of the Royal Shakespeare Company.

Rough Magic: Making Theatre at the Royal Shakespeare Company.

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Steven Adler examines the dynamic life and workings of the theatre company responsible for some of the world’s most compelling performances and influential productions of the last forty years, including Marat/Sade, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Les Misérables, Les Liaisons Dangereuses, and Nicholas Nickleby.

Rough Magic provides a thorough analysis of the many strands of theatrical activity on both sides of the footlights that coalesce in the artistic vigor of the Royal Shakespeare Company.  Adler traces the company’s evolution from its origins in 1879 as a week-long festival presented by Stratford-upon-Avon as a birthday homage to its native son, to its current incarnation as one of the world’s most distinguished institutional theatres.  He probes the aspirations and achievements of the RSC’s four successive artistic directors:  Peter Hall, Trevor Nunn, Terry Hands, and Adrian Noble.  He offers a comprehensive view of the design and aesthetics of the RSC’s five theatres in Stratford and London, and explores the intricate process of crafting a repertoire at home and on tour that responds to the needs of the artists as well as the demands of the box office.

Vivid illustrations, personal observation, research, and dozens of interviews with current and former members of the Royal Shakespeare Company unite to produce Rough Magic.

   


Rough Magic: Making Theatre at the Royal Shakespeare Company download epub
Performing Arts
Author: Steven Adler
ISBN: 080932377X
Category: Arts & Photography
Subcategory: Performing Arts
Language: English
Publisher: Southern Illinois University Press; 1st edition (October 10, 2001)
Pages: 296 pages