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Carol Chillington Rutter
Routledge (1989)
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82. Shaw on Katherina, in Rutter, Clamorous Voices.

Fiona Shaw on Katherina, in Carol Chillington Rutter, Clamorous V. oices (1988). 79. Irving Wardle, The Times, London, 10 September 1987. 80. 81. Andrew Rissik, Independent, 10 September 1987. 82. 83. New Statesman, 12 May 1978, quoted in Elizabeth Schafer, The Taming of the Shrew, Shakespeare in Production (2002). shrew play guide 3249.

Shakespeare's women today. by Carol Chillington Rutter. Published 1988 by Women's Press in London. Actresses, Stage history, Theater, Women in literature, Acting, Royal Shakespeare Company, Characters, Internet Archive Wishlist, Production and direction, Women, Biography, Dramatic production. William Shakespeare (1564-1616).

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Clamorous voices: Shakespeare& women today. CONTRIBUTORS: Author: Rutter, Carol Chillington. Author: Cusack, Sinead. PUBLISHER: Routledge (New York, NY). Series title: year: 1989. Clamorous voices: Shakespeare& women today. Publication Date: 1991.

Carol Chillington Rutter, Faith Evans, Sinéad Cusack. General reading on Shakespeare and adaptation: Next: Shakespeare and child's play: performing lost. Previous: A history of Shakespeare on screen: a century.

  • great insight into the roles these women played. would definitely recommend.

  • Five of Britain's best women actors (including Harriet Walter, Juliet Stevenson and Sinead Cusack) offer insights into their portrayals of some of Shakespeare's greatest roles. Lady Macbeth, Isabella (Measure for Measure), Kate (Taming of the shrew) and Rosalind (As you like it) are some of the roles discussed. Comparisons of different productions, directors and leading men are highlights of this wonderful collection of anecdotes, insights and lively discussion of Shakespeare and theatre today.