This is a selective guide to some of the many resources available for Shakespeare Studies.
This page will be your gateway to books, journal articles, video, and web resources.
If you have any problems, just click on the Chat with me link, email me or just stop by my office. At the heart of Digital Theatre Plus is the ethos to share the best of British theatre with teachers and students all over the world.
Digital Theatre Plus captures the moments before the curtain rises and after the curtain falls, providing valuable insight into the play making process.
It is published annually by Southern Utah University Press in cooperation with the SUU Center for Shakespeare Studies and the Utah Shakespeare Festival.
The editors invite papers on any topic related to Shakespeare, including Shakespearean texts, Shakespeare in performance, the adaptation of Shakespeare works (film, fiction, and visual and performing arts), Elizabethan and Jacobean culture and history, and Shakespeare’s contemporaries.After raising almost ,000 in a Kickstarter campaign we embarked on a journey – to film all of Shakespeare’s sonnets, each performed by a different actor in a carefully chosen New York City location.It began as project with a deadline – by Shakespeare’s 450th birthday (April 23rd 2014) all 154 sonnets would be assigned, filmed and released on our website and You Tube.In addition to Shakespeare’s plays (which are available in Folger Digital Texts), hundreds of works were written and performed during London’s first period of commercial theater, from 1576 to 1642.A total of 403 of these plays by other writers still exist in early printed editions.The Sonnet Project very quickly into something more.It became apparent that each sonnet was not simply a ‘video’ – not simply an actor standing at a monument reciting a sonnet – but a short independent film. We decided to focus on the journey rather than the destination – the Project will not be finished by April. In fact, it’s more than ok because the Project has exploded into a The New York Times is currently featuring Maximum Shakespeare: an online discussion of the playwright and his works.Shakespeare in Performance showcases rare and unique prompt books from the world-famous Folger Shakespeare Library.These prompt books tell the story of Shakespeare’s plays as they were performed in theatres throughout Great Britain, the United States and internationally, between the seventeenth and twentieth centuries.), which brings together high-res images, descriptions, and transcriptions of all known references and allusions to Shakespeare, his family, and his writings, almost entirely from his own lifetime.EMED provides a wealth of data on each of them, which you can browse or search online or download in a variety of formats.EMED also includes full texts of a number of the plays in the original spelling as well as with some regularized forms. Whether you read the plays, discover new insights through data exploration, devise college and graduate curricula, or work toward scholarly editions, EMED widens our horizon to different plays and to new questions as we consider the drama of Shakespeare's time.