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Rehearsing the text

Concentrating on a scene from the Twelfth Night, John Barton guides members of the Royal Shakespeare Company in a discussion and reading of the lines in search of Shakespeare's clues to character, language, and staging. Barton and the actors demonstrate how verse itself is a clue to the meaning.

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  • "Playing Shakespeare"
  • "Rehearsing the text"@en

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  • "This program uses Twelfth night to show how Shakespeare's language reveals clues to character and staging."
  • "Concentrating on a scene from Twelfth Night, presenter/director John Barton guides members of the Royal Shakespeare Company in a discussion and reading of the lines in search of Shakespeare's clues to character, language, and staging. Barton and the actors demonstrate how verse itself is a clue to the meaning."
  • "Concentrating on a scene from the play Twelfth Night, John Barton guides members of the Royal Shakespeare Company in a discussion and reading of the lines in search of Shakespeare's clues to character, language and staging. Barton and the actors demonstrate how verse itself is a clue to the meaning."
  • "Concentrating on a scene from the Twelfth Night, John Barton guides members of the Royal Shakespeare Company in a discussion and reading of the lines in search of Shakespeare's clues to character, language, and staging. Barton and the actors demonstrate how verse itself is a clue to the meaning."@en
  • "Part 7. Concentrating on a scene from Twelfth Night, players search for clues to character, language and staging to see how richly a careful reading of Shakespeare is repaid. Analyzes the text and subtext, the verse itself, as a clue to the meaning. DEmonstrates the effect of monosyllabic lines, short lines, missing beats, pauses and Shakespeare's verse rythms."@en
  • "Concentrating on a scene from the Twelfth night, John Barton guides members of the Royal Shakespeare Company in a discussion and reading of the lines in search of Shakespeare's clues to character, language, and staging. The program analyzes text and subtext, how the verse itself is a clue to the meaning, the effect of monosyllabic lines, short lines, missing beats and pauses, and Shakespeare's verse rhythm."
  • "Concentrating on a scene from the Twelfth night, John Barton guides members of the Royal Shakespeare Company in a discussion and reading of the lines in search of Shakespeare's clues to character, language, and staging. The program analyzes text and subtext, how the verse itself is a clue to the meaning, the effect of monosyllabic lines, short lines, missing beats and pauses, and Shakespeare's verse rhythm."@en
  • "Concentrating on a scene from Twelfth Night, presenter John Barton guides members of the Royal Shakespeare Company in a discussion and reading of the lines in search of Shakespeare's clues to character, language, and staging. Barton and the actors demonstrate how verse itself is a clue to the meaning."
  • "Concentrating on a scene from Twelfth night, John Barton guides members of the Royal Shakespeare Company in a discussion and reading of the lines in search of Shakespeare's clues to character, language, and staging. Barton and the actors demonstrate how verse itself is a clue to the meaning."@en
  • "Concentrating on a scene from Twelfth night, John Barton guides members of the Royal Shakespeare Company in a discussion and reading of the lines in search of Shakespeare's clues to character, language, and staging. Barton and the actors demonstrate how verse itself is a clue to the meaning."
  • "Concentrating on a scene from the Twelfth night, John Barton guides members of the Royal Shakespeare Company in a discussion and reading of the lines in search of Shakespeare's clues to character, language and staging. Barton and the actors demonstrate how verse itself is a clue to the meaning."
  • ""Using a scene from Twelfth Night, this program helps us search through the text for Shakespeare's clues to character, language, and staging; we see how richly a careful reading of Shakespeare is repaid. The program analyzes text and subtext, how the verse itself is a clue to the meaning, the effect of monosyllabic lines, short lines, missing beats and pauses, and Shakespeare's verse rhythms"--Website."
  • "John Barton guides members of the Royal Shakespeare Company in a discussion and dramatization of how actors should rehearse before performing Shakespeare. Four actors close-read a scene from "Twelfth night", searching for clues to character, language, and staging. Barton and the actors demonstrate how verse itself can be a clue to the meaning of a scene."@en
  • "Concentrating on a scene from Twelfth Night, this program helps us search through the text for Shakespeare's clues to character, language, and staging; we see how richly a careful reading of Shakespeare is repaid. Text and sub-text. How the verse itself is a clue to the meaning. The effect of monosyllabic lines. Short lines, missing beats and pauses. Shakespeare's verse rhythms."
  • "Concentrating on a scene from Twelfth Night, this program helps us search through the text for Shakespeare's clues to character, language, and staging. It explains how the verse itself is a clue to the meaning, and discusses the effect of monosyllabic lines, short lines, missing beats and pauses."@en
  • "Répétition d'une scène de TWELFTH NIGHT (La nuit des rois) de Shakespeare par des comédiens du Royal Shakespeare Company et leur metteur en scène John Barton. Exploration de toutes les facettes du texte pour découvrir les nuances des personnages, des répliques et de la mise en scène. Analyse du texte et du contexte pour découvrir comment les vers révèlent des indices du sens, ainsi que l'effet dramatique des vers monosyllabiques, du ratage des rythmes et des pauses et du rythme des vers de Shakespeare."
  • "Concentrating on a scene from the Twelfth Night, presenter/director John Barton guides members of the Royal Shakespeare Company in a discussion and reading of the lines in search of Shakespeare's clues to character, language, and staging. Barton and the actors demonstrate how verse itself is a clue to the meaning."@en
  • "Concentrating on a scene from the Twelfth Night, presenter/director John Barton guides members of the Royal Shakespeare Company in a discussion and reading of the lines in search of Shakespeare's clues to character, language, and staging. Barton and the actors demonstrate how verse itself is a clue to the meaning."
  • ""Using a scene from Twelfth night, this program helps us search through the text for Shakespeare's clues to character, language, and staging ...."--Container."@en
  • "Concentrating on a scene from Twelfth night, John Barton guides members of the Royal Shakespeare Company in a reading of the lines and discussion in search of Shakespeare's clues to character, language, and staging. Barton and the actors demonstrate how verse itself is a clue to the meaning."

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  • "Instructional television programs"@en
  • "Educational television programs"@en
  • "Videos (VHS)"
  • "Criticism, interpretation, etc"@en
  • "Criticism, interpretation, etc"
  • "Nonfiction television programs"@en
  • "Television"
  • "Documentaries and factual works"
  • "Documentary television programs"@en
  • "Television programs"@en

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  • "Rehearsing the Text"
  • "Rehearsing the text"@en
  • "Rehearsing the text"
  • "Rehearsing the text Orsino and Viola"@en
  • "Playing Shakespeare (Television program). Rehearsing the text"@en
  • "Playing Shakespeare. Rehearsing the text"
  • "Playing Shakespeare. Rehearsing the text"@en