TITLE

STAGING THE UNSTAGEABLE: Performing the Crucifixion in Late Medieval and Early Modern England

AUTHOR(S)
Klausner, David
PUB. DATE
July 2008
SOURCE
Medieval English Theatre;2008, Vol. 30, p63
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Essay
ABSTRACT
An essay on the staging of the play "Crucifixion," in the late and early Great Britain is presented. It investigates the problems presented in the public recreation of a horrific act of torture and murder of Jesus, as well as the difficulties faced by those involved in mounting such a play. It examines the staging techniques applied by theatre director E. Martin Browne and Margaret Burkitt in staging the "Crucifixion" plays.
ACCESSION #
79623119

 

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