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Abbott, George, dir. Music Is. (A musical based on Twelfth Night) Produced at the St. James Theatre, New York, NY, beginning 20 December 1976.
Abel, Ann. Rev. of The Tempest for Kids, by Lois Burdett. Resource Links 5.2 (Dec. 1999): 12.
Aceto, Paolo. "Tradurre Shakespeare al cinema: Il Macbeth tra i samurai di Akira Kurosawa." Quaderni di Lingue e Letterature 16 (1991): 261-68.
Adilman, Sid. "Bittersweet Reflections on Musicals North and South." Toronto Star 27 May, 1989: F3. http:www.library.newscan.com.
Adler, Doris. "William Charles Macready's 1838 Production of King Lear." Dissertation Abstracts International 35 (1974-75).
Aebischer, Pascale. "Black Rams Tupping White Ewes: Race vs. Gender in the Final Scene of Six Othellos." Retrovisions: Reinventing the Past in Film and Fiction. Ed. Deborah Cartmell, I.Q. Hunter and Imelda Whelehan. London, England: Pluto, 2001. 59-73.
Aers, Lesley, and Nigel Wheale, eds. Shakespeare in the Changing Curriculum. London: Routledge, 1991.
A Guide to Archival Resources at McGill University/Guide des sources d'archives a l'université McGill. 3 vols. Montreal: McGill University Archives, 1985.
Ahrens, Rudiger. "Female Awareness(es) in The Merchant of Venice: Shakespeare, Marowitz, Wesker." Historicizing/Contemporizing Shakespeare: Essays in Honour of Rudolf Bohm. Ed. Christoph Bode and Wolfgang Klooss. Trier, Germany: Wissenschaftlicher, 2000. 133-47.
Ahrens, Rudiger. “Political History and Satire in William Shakespeare's Macbeth and Barbara Garson's MacBird!.” Scholastic Midwifery: Studien zum Satirischen in der englischen Literatur 1600-1800. Ed. Jan Eden Peters and Thomas Michael Stein. Tubingen, Germany: Narr, 1989. 7-25.
Ahrens, Rudiger. "Shakespeares Musicals: Kiss Me, Kate, West Side Story and Your Own Thing; Poems, Essays, and Papers in Honour of Theo Stemmler; Festschrift zum 60. Geburtstag von Theo Stemmler." Expedition nach der Wahrheit. Ed. Stefan Horlacher and Marion Islinger. Heidelberg, Germany: Carl Winter Universitatsverlag, 1996. 471-87.
Ahsan, Nazmul. Essays on Development of Modern Bengali Drama. Khulna: Lokenatya o Sangskritik Unnayan Kendro (LOKSAUK), 1993.
Ailles, Jennifer. "Adapting the Bard: A Virtual Guide." Canadian Theatre Review 111 (Summer 2002): 28-32.
Ailles, Jennifer L. "Mr. William Shakespeare and the Internet: A Study in Bard Management." Unpublished paper.
Ailles, Jennifer L. "Queering the Queer(ed): Pomosexual 'Readings' of Shakespeare's Adaptation of Romeo and Juliet." M.A. thesis, University of Guelph, 2000.
Aitken, Ian. "Formalism and Realism: Henry V (Laurence Olivier, 1944; Kenneth Branagh, 1989)." Critical-Survey 3.3 (1991): 260-68.
Albertazzi, Giorgio, and Roberto Guicciardini. "La messa in scena di Antonio e Cleopatra." Shakespeare e Jonson (1979): 187-97.
Alkire, N. L. "Subliminal Masks in Olivier's Hamlet." Shakespeare on Film Newsletter 16.1 (Dec. 1991): 5.
Alling, Eliza. "'Dear Will.'" Shakespeare Quarterly 25 (1974): 264-71.
Allison, Ted. "Made into a Play: Adaptations of Shakespeare by Shadwell and Brecht." Gestus: A Quarterly Journal of Brechtian Studies 1.1 (1985): 9-21.
Almagor, Dan, trans. Komedia shel ta'yuuot. Tel Aviv: Dvir, 1995.
Almansi, Guido. “The Thumb Screwers and the Tongue Twisters: On Shakespearian Avatars.” Poetics Today 3.3 (Summer 1982): 87-100.
Alsenad, Abedalmutalab Abood. “Professional Production of Shakespeare in Iraq: An Exploration of Cultural Adaptation.” Dissertation Abstracts International 49.8 (Feb. 1989).
Alter, Iska. “When the Audience Called 'Author! Author!': Shakespeare on New York's Yiddish Stage.” Theatre History Studies 10 (1990): 141-162.
Alves, Junia, and Marcia Noe. "Life Is an Inverted Circus: Grupo Galpao's Romeu e Julieta Adapted from Pennafort's Translation of Shakespeare's." Ilhado Desterro: A Journal of Language and Literature 36 (Jan.-June 1999): 265-81.
Amur, G. S. "Shakespeare in Kannada." Shankar, Shakespeare in Indian Languages (1999): 116-26.
Anderegg, Michael. Orson Welles, Shakespeare, and Popular Culture. New York: Columbia UP, 1999.
Anderegg, Michael. "Welles as Performer: From Shakespeare to Brecht." Orson Welles, Shakespeare, and Popular Culture. New York: Columbia UP, 1999. N.pag.
Anderson, Jack. "Of Infidelity and the Original Sin." New York Times n.d.: n.pag.
Anderson, Peggy L., and Judith D. Anderson. William Shakespeare's 'Romeo and Juliet'. Novato, CA: High Noon, 1999.
Anderson, Peggy L., and Judith D. Anderson. William Shakespeare's 'Hamlet'. Novato, CA: High Noon, 2000.
Anderson, Peggy L., and Judith D. Anderson. William Shakespeare's 'The Merchant of Venice'. Novato, CA: High Noon, 1999.
Anderson, Peggy L., and Judith D. Anderson. William Shakespeare's 'The Taming of the Shrew'. Novato, CA: High Noon, 2000.
Anderson, S. "The Concept and Process of Dramatic Adaptation Derived from a Study of Modern Adaptations of Shakespeare's Plays." Index to Theses 31 (1982): 7.
Andreas, James. "'Where's the Master'? The Technologies of the Stage, Book, and Screen in The Tempest and Prospero's Books." Shakespeare without Class: Misappropriations of Cultural Capital. Ed. Donal Hedrick and Bryan Reynolds. New York: Palgrave, 2000.
Andrews, Christopher. "Richard III on Film: The Subversion of the Viewer." Literature/Film Quarterly 28.2 (2000): 82-94.
Andrews, John F. “Measure for Measure.” The Shakespeare Hour: A Companion to the PBS TV Series. Ed. Edward Quinn. New York: New American Library, 1985. 105-24.
Anthony, Geraldine, ed. Stage Voices: Twelve Canadian Playwrights Talk about their Lives and Work. Toronto: Doubleday, 1978.
Anzai, Tetsuo. "A Century of Shakespeare in Japan: A Brief Historical Survey." Shakespeare Yearbook 9 (1999): 3-12.
Anzai, Tetsuo. "What Do We Mean by 'Japanese' Shakespeare?" Performing Shakespeare in Japan. Ed. Ryuta Minami, Ian Carruthers and John Gillies. Cambridge, England: Cambridge UP, 2001. 17-20.
Apfelbaum, Roger. "'Welcome to Dreamland': Performance Theory, Postcolonial Discourse, and the Filming of A Midsummer Night's Dream in Angela Carter's Wise Children; The Selected Proceedings of the International Shakespeare Association World Congress, Los Angeles, 1996." Shakespeare and the Twentieth Century. Ed. Jonathan Bate, Jill L. Levenson and Dieter Mehl. Newark, DE: U of Delaware P; London: Associated UP, 1998. 183-93.
Appelbaum, Robert. Literature and Utopian Politics in Seventeenth-Century England. Cambridge, England: Cambridge UP, 2002.
Appler, Keith. "Deconstructing the Regional Theater with 'Performance Art' Shakespeare." Theatre Topics 5.1 (Mar. 1995): 35-51.
Aragay, Mireia. "A Little Touch of Branagh: Henry V." Links and Letters 6 (1999): 11-22.
Ardolino, Frank . “Metadramatic Grand Guignol in Theater of Blood.” Shakespeare on Film Newsletter 15.2 (Apr. 1991): 9.
Argelli, Annalisa. La presencia de Shakespeare en la literatura espanola de los siglos XVIII y XIX: Cuatro dramas ejemplares: Hamlet, Romeo and Juliet, Othello y Macbeth. Madrid, Spain: Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, 1997.
Arkai, Marta. "The [Transvestite] Play: Is It the Thing? A [TwoDimensional] LiteraryPsychological ReReading of Shakespeare's Macbeth with Jeremy Freeston and Henry Fuseli." Ana Chronist (1999): 115.
Armstrong, Gareth. "Shylock." AJT Newsletter 4 (2002). 10 Jan. 2003.
http://www.wjt.ca/news.htm.
Arpe, Verner. "Seuerling startet Shakespeare schwedisch. Ein deutscher Student macht schwedische Theatergeschichte." Shakespeare-Jahrbuch 110 (1974): 146-52.
Arroyo, Jose. "Kiss Kiss Bang Bang." Film/Literature/Heritage: A Sight and Sound Reader. Ed. Ginette Vincendeau. London, England: British Film Institute, 2001. 120-25.
Asher, Stanley A. Playwrighting in Canada: An Historical Survey. Montreal: Université de Montréal, 1962.
Ashley, L. R. N. Colley Cibber. Boston: Twayne, 1989.
Ashton, Cynthia. "The Faerie Queen Rules Theatre." Now 10 Nov. 2000: n.pag.
Astington, John H . “The Kingdom of Desire.” Shakespeare Bulletin: A Journal of Performance Criticism and Scholarship 9.1 (Winter 1991): 26-27.
Awasthi, Suresh. "The Intercultural Experience and the Kathakali King Lear." New Theatre Quarterly 9.34 (May 1993): 172-78.
Ayers, Peter. "Learning to Curse in Accurate Iambics: Shakespeare in Newfoundland." Shakespeare in Canada: A World Elsewhere? Ed. Diana Brydon and Irene Makaryk. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 2002. 192-211.
Ayres, Peter. "Shakespeare in St. John's." Canadian Theatre Review 54 (Spring 1988): 34-38.
Bailey, Helen Phelps. Hamlet In France: from Voltaire to Laforgue. Geneve: Librairie Droz, 1964. 12.
Baillargeon, Stéphanie. "En anglais dans le texte." Le Devoir 29 Sept. 1998: B7.
Baillargeon, Stéphanie. "Le retour de Jean Marc Dalpé." Le Devoir 27 Mar. 1999: B9.
Baillargeon, Stéphanie. "Reconstruire le casse-tête de Roméo et Juliette." Le Devoir 9 Jan. 1999: B3.
Baillie, Joan Parkhill, ed. Look at the Record: An Album of Toronto's Lyric Theatres 1825-1984. Oakville: Mosaic, 1985.
Bains, Yashdip Singh. "Appendix: Shakespeare on the Canadian Stage." English Canadian Theatre, 1765-1826. New York: Peter Lang, 1998. 197-201.
Bains, Yashdip Singh. English Canadian Theatre, 1765-1826. New York: Peter Lang, 1998.
Bains, Yashdip Singh. "Painted Scenery and Decorations in Canadian Theatres 1765-1825." Theatre History in Canada 3.2 (Fall 1982): 109-125.
Baldridge, Charlene. "Shylock a thought-provoking showcase for favorite Rep actor." Rev. of Shylock, by Mark Leiren-Young. North County Times 2000. 18 Nov. 2003.
http://www.leiren-young.ca/playwright/shylock_reviews_NCT.htm.
Baldwin, Kate. "Black Like Who? Cross-Testing the 'Real' Lines of John Howard Griffin's Black Like Me." Cultural Critique Ed. Robyn Wiegman. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1998. N.pag.
Ball, John, and Richard Plant. A Bibliography of Canadian Theatre History Supplement 1975-1976. Toronto: Playwrights Co-Op, 1979.
Ball, John, and Richard Plant. A Bibliography of Canadian Theatre History 1583-1975. Toronto: Playwrights Co-Op, 1976.
Ball, John, and Richard Plant. Bibliography of Theatre History in Canada: The Beginnings Through 1984. Toronto: ECW, 1993.
Ball, John and Richard Plant. “Bibliography Of Theatre History In Canada: The Beginnings Through 1984.” Canadian Theatre Review 84 (1995): 75-77.
Bamford, Karen. "The Imperial Theme: The Shakespeare Society of Toronto, 1928-1969." Shakespeare in Canada: A World Elsewhere? Ed. Diana Brydon and Irene Makaryk. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 2002. 66-91.
Bannon, Christopher. "Man and Nature in Ran and King Lear." New Orleans Review 18.4 (Winter 1991): 5-11.
Bard, Sweat, and Fears. Prod. Ragtop Productions, The Corporation of the City of Stratford. Videocassette. Stratford Festival, 2002.
Barker, Adam. "A Tale of Two Magicians: Adam Barker Talks with Peter Greenaway about Prospero's Books." Film/Literature/Heritage: A Sight and Sound Reader. Ed. Ginette Vincendeau. London, England: British Film Institute, 2001. 109-15.
Barme, Geremie. “'Not Wisely but Too Well': Othello in Beijing.” Chinese Literature 9 (Sept. 1983): 114-18.
Barnes, Clive, Edward Downes, Karoly Kope and Siegmund Levarie. "Shakespeare in Opera and Ballet." Staging Shakespeare: Seminars on Production Problems. Ed. Glenn Loney. New York: Garland, 1990. 201-227.
Barnes, Elizabeth-Anne. " Spatial Contexts for the Shakespearean Soliloquy: Macbeth Adapted from Stage to Film and Television." Dissertation Abstracts International 54.3 (Sept. 1993).
Bartalotta, Gianfranco. "Un Amleto di meno di Carmelo Bene." Imperiali, Shakespeare al cinema (2000): 129-43.
Bartlett, Bruce. Rev. of Twelfth Night for Kids, by Lois Burdett. Books in Canada 27.7 (Oct. 1998): 25-6.
Bartolucci, Giuseppe. "Leo-Shakespeare, teatro come teatro." Mettere in scena (1987): 81-88.
Barton, Anne. Essays, Mainly Shakespearean. Cambridge, England: Cambridge UP, 1994.
Barton, John, and Peter Hall. The Wars of the Roses. Videocassette. London: BBC, 1970.
Basile, Michael. "Teaching Mothers in Romeo and Juliet: Lady Capulet, from Brooke to Luhrmann." Approaches to Teaching Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. Ed. Maurice Hunt. New York: Modern Language Association of America, 2000. 125-30.
Bassan, Fernande. “L'Hamlet d'Alexandre Dumas pere et Paul Meurice: Evolution d'une adaptation de 1846 a 1896.” Australian Journal of French Studies 19.1 (Jan.-Apr. 1982): 11-31.
Bassett, Jennifer. Based on William Shakespeare's 'Hamlet'. London: Penguin, 1992.
Bate, Jonathan, and Sonia Massai. "Adaptation as Edition." Margins of the Text (1997): 129-51.
Bate, Jonathan, ed. The Romantics on Shakespeare. London: Penguin, 1997.
Bate, Jonathan. Shakespeare and Ovid. Oxford: Clarendon, 1994.
Bate, Jonathan. "Staging the Unspeakable: Four Versions of Titus Andronicus." Shakespeare (1992): 97-111.
Batusic, Nikola. "O jednoj hravtskoj lokalizaciji Shakespearea iz 1863 [On Croat Localization of Shakespeare from 1863]." Scena 8 (1977): 18-21.
Bauer, Erik. "Re-Revealing Shakespeare: An Interview with Baz Luhrmann." Creative Screenwriting 5.2 (1998): 32-35.
Beauchamp, Hélène. Bibliographie annotee sur le théâtre québécois pour l'enfance et la jeunesse 1970-1983. Montreal: Départment de Théâtre Université du Québéc à Montréal, 1984.
Beauchamp, Hélène. Le théâtre pour enfants au Québec: 1950-1980. Ville de LaSalle: Hurtubise, 1985.
Becker, Peter von. "Collaboratorium zweier Dichter und Epochen: uber Heiner Muller heute und seine Shakespeare Factory." Neue Rundschau 101.4 (1990): 53-60.
Bednarski, Betty, and Irène Oore, eds. Nouveaux regards sur le théâtre québécois. Montreal: XYZ, 1997.
Beissel, Henry, ed. Cues and Entrances: Ten Canadian One-Act Plays. Toronto: Gage, 1977.
Beissel, Henry, ed. Cues and Entrences: Ten Canadian One-Act Plays. 2nd ed. Toronto: Gage, 1993.
Bélair, Michel. Le nouveau théâtre québécois. Montreal: Leméac, 1973.
Bell, Karen. "Centaur's new leader: Gordon McCall." Performing Arts of Entertainment in Canada 31.1 (Summer 1997): 5-7.
Belsey, Catherine. “Shakespeare and Film: A Question of Perspective.” Literature/Film Quarterly 11.3 (1983): 152-58.
Bene, Carmelo, and Gilles Deleuze. Sovrapposizioni. 'Riccardo III' di Carmelo Bene. Un Manifesto di meno di G. Deleuze. Milan: Feltrinelli, 1978.
Benhamou, Anne Francoise. “Celui qui croyait aux nuages (A propos de Che cosa sono le nuvole?): Une Vision d'Othello par Pier Paolo Pasolini; Colloque organise par le C.E.R.L.A. a l'Inst. Charles V les 5, 6, 7 fevrier 1987.” Autour d' Othello. Ed. Richard Marienstras and Dominique Goy Blanquet. Picardie, France: Presses de l' UFR Clerc, U of Picardie, n.d. 124-128.
Bennett, Susan. "Godard and Lear: Trashing the Can(n)on." Theatre Survey 39.1 (1998): 7-19.
Bennett, Susan. Performing Nostalgia: Shifting Shakespeare and the Contemporary Past. London: Routledge, 1996.
Bennett, Susan. "Text as Performance: Reading and Viewing Djanet Sears's Afrika Solo." Contemporary Issues in Canadian Drama. Ed. Per Brask. Winnipeg: Blizzard, 1995.
Bennett, Susan. "Virtually Canadian." Canadian Theatre Review 111 (Summer 2002): 22-27.
Benoin, Daniel. 'Le roi Lear' de William Shakespeare. Comedie de Saint-Etienne, France: Centre Dramatique National et Centre d'Etudes et de Recherches Theatrales, U of Lyon II, 1976.
Benson, Eugene, and L. W. Conolly, eds. English-Canadian Theatre. Toronto: Oxford UP, 1987.
Benson, Eugene, ed. Encounter: Canadian Drama in Four Media. Toronto: Methuen, 1973.
Benson, Eugene, ed. Oxford Companion to Canadian Theatre. Toronto: Oxford UP, 1989.
Béraud, Jean. 350 ans de théâtre au Canada français. Ottawa: Cercle du Livre de France, 1958.
Berg, Christopher. Cymbeline: Opera in Three Acts after Shakespeare: Excerpt from Act One: Posthumus's Revenge Soliloquy. New York: Tender Music, 2000.
Bergbusch, Matt. "Additional Dialogue: William Shakespeare, Queer Allegory, and My Own Private Idaho." Shakespeare without Class: Misappropriations of Cultural Capital. Ed. Donald Hedrick and Bryan Reynolds. New York: Palgrave, 2000. 209-25.
Bergeron, David M., and Geraldo U. de Sousa. Shakespeare: A Study & Research Guide. 3rd ed. Lawrence, KS: UP of Kansas, 1995.
Berkowitz, Gerald. "Edinburgh Festival 1993." Shakespeare Quarterly 45.3 (Fall 1994): 349-52.
Berkowitz, Joel-Baruch. "Shakespeare on the American Yiddish Stage." Dissertation Abstracts International 56.3 (Sept. 1995).
Bernatchez, Raymond. "La vérité sous le masque de la comédie." La Presse 27 Sept. 1997: D7.
Bernhardt, W. W. "Troilus and Cressida and Dryden's Truth Found Too Late." Shakespeare Quarterly 20 (1969): 129-41.
Berry, Ralph. "Stratford, Ontario and Stratford-upon-Avon: Holy and Deadly Theatre." Canadian Theatre Review 54 (Spring 1988): 85-86.
Berube, Renald. "Le Cid et Hamlet: Corneille et Shakespeare lus par Ducharme et Gurik." Voix et images 1 (1975): 35-56.
Bessai, Diane. "Documentary Theatre in Canada: An Investigation into Questions and Backgrounds." Canadian Drama/L'Art dramatique canadien. Waterloo, ON: U of Waterloo P, 1980. N.pag.
Bessai, Diane. "The Regionalism of Canadian Drama". Canadian Literature. Vancouver: U of British Columbia P, 1980. N.pag.
Best, Michael, Lisa Hopkins, and R.G. Siemens, eds. "Shakespeare on Screen." Early Modern Literary Studies: A Journal of Sixteenth and Seventeenth Century English Literature 6.1 (May 2000): n.pag.
Bian, Zhilin. Shashibiya beiju lunhen [Vestigial Studies in Shakespeare's Tragedies]. Beijing: Sanlian shudian, 1989.
Bies, Werner. “Shakespeare on Film: Some German Approaches.” Literature/Film Quarterly 11.3 (1983): 203-07.
Biesinger, Kathy. "Style and Signification in Shakespeare Film: A Study of the Narrative Realism of Franco Zeffirelli and the Symbolism of Peter Brook." Dissertation Abstracts International 52.2 (Aug. 1991).
Biggs, Murray. "Adapting Timon of Athens." Shakespeare Bulletin: A Journal of Performance Criticism and Scholarship 10.2 (Spring 1992): 5-10.
Bigliazzi, Silvia. "'The Time Is out of Joint': Hamlet on Screen and the Crystal Image." Hamlet Studies: An International Journal of Research on 'The Tragedie of Hamlet, Prince of Denmarke' 18.1-2 (Summer-Winter 1996): 105-25.
Billigheimer, Rachel V. “Diversity in the Hamlets of the Eighteenth Century Stage in England, France and Germany.” Hamlet Studies: An International Journal of Research on 'The Tragedie of Hamlet, Prince of Denmarke' 11.1-2 (Summer-Winter 1989): 34-48.
Billigheimer, Rachel V. “Psychological and Political Trends in 'To be, or not to be': Stage and Film Hamlets of the Twentieth Century.” Literature in Performance: A Journal of Literary and Performing Art 7.1 (Nov. 1986): 27-35.
Bingham, Dennis. “Jane Howell's First Tetralogy: Brechtian Break Out or Just Good Television?” Shakespeare on Television: An Anthology of Essays and Reviews. Ed. J. C. Bulman and H. R. Coursen. Hanover, NH: UP of New England, 1988. 221-29.
Bishop, John. "'The ordinary course of nature': Authority in the Restoration Tempest." Restoration and 18th Century Theatre Research 13.1 (1998): 54-69.
Bishop, John. "'The Ordinary Course of Nature': Authority in the Restoration Tempest." Restoration and 18th Century Theatre Research 13.1 (Summer 1998): 54-69.
Blanchard, Louise. "Marie Cardinal: de l'écriture à l'épopée du Roi boiteux." Le Journal de Montréal 5 Dec. 1981: 42-43.
Blount, Paul G. "George Sand's Misquotation of Shakespeare." American Notes and Queries 12 (1974): 34-35.
Bluestone, Max. From Story to Stage: The Dramatic Adaptation of Prose Fiction in the Period of Shakespeare and His Contemporaries. The Hague, Netherlands: Mouton, 1974.
Boes, Anne. "Shakespeare et Ducis: L'exemple de Romeo et Juliette." Cahiers Roucher-Andre Chenier 4 (1984): 37- 52.
Bohannan, Laura. "Shakespeare in the Bush." Conformity and Conflict: Readings in Cultural Anthropology. Ed. James Spradley and David W. McCurdy. 10th ed. Toronto: Allyn and Bacon, 2000. 35-44.
Bolster, Charles Gordon. "Shakespeare in French Canada." M.A. thesis. University of New Brunswick, 1960.
Bolster, Charles Gordon. "Shakespeare in French Canada." Diss. University of New Brunswick, 1970.
Bolton, H. Philip. “Shakespeare and the Movies: Some Facts and Figures.” Shakespeare on Film Newsletter 14.1 (Dec. 1989): 2.
Boltz, Ingeborg. "Shakespeare. The Animated Tales: Vom Trickfilmstudio in die Schule." Shakespeare Jahrbuch 133 (1997): n.pag.
Bonnaventure, Cecile. "Romeo and Juliet: Gounod's Operatic Adaptation of Shakespeare's Tragedy." Shakespeare Yearbook 4 (1994): 229-50.
Boose, Lynda E., and Richard Burt, eds. Shakespeare, The Movie: Popularizing the Plays on Film, TV, and Video. London: Routledge, 1997.
Boose, Lynda E., and Richard Burt. "Totally Clueless? Shakespeare Goes Hollywood in the 1990s." Shakespeare, The Movie: Popularizing the Plays on Film, TV, and Video. Ed. Lynda E. Boose and Richard Burt. London: Routledge, 1997. 8-22.
Boose, Lynda E. "Grossly Gaping Viewers and Jonathan Miller's Othello." Shakespeare, The Movie: Popularizing the Plays on Film, TV, and Video. Ed. Lynda E. Boose and Richard Burt. London: Routledge, 1997. 186-97.
Booth, Michael. "Gold Rush Theatres". The Beaver: Magazine of the North. Ed. Malvina Bolus. Winnipeg: Hudson's Bay Company, 1962.
Boquet, Guy. “Der Kaufmann von Venedig.” Cahiers Elisabethains: Late Medieval and Renaissance Studies 39 (Apr. 1991): 98-99.
Boquet, Guy. “La Tempete.” Cahiers Elisabethains: Late Medieval and Renaissance Studies 39 (Apr. 1991): 94-96.
Boquet, Guy. “Richard II.” Cahiers Elisabethains: Late Medieval and Renaissance Studies 39 (Apr. 1991): 100-02.
Bornheim, Helmut. “Images of Violence in King Lear.” Deutsche Shakespeare Gesellschaft West: Jahrbuch. Ed. Werner Habicht, Jorg Hasler and Kurt Tetzeli Rosador. Bochum, Germany: Kamp, 1987. 117-123.
Bossin, Hye. Stars of David. 2 ed. Toronto: Canadian Jewish Congress, 1957.
Bouchard, Louise. "La Voie Royale pour le Roi Boîteux." Le Journal de Montréal 9 Dec. 1981: 74.
Bouchard, Louise. "lear." Jeu (Spring 1977): 107-10.
Boulanger, Luc. "La Mégère apprivoisée: Détournement majeur." Voir 23 Mar. 1995: 34.
Bourassa, André G., and Jean-Marc Larrue. Les nuits de la "Main": Cent ans de spectacles sur le boulevard Saint-Laurent (1891-1991). Montreal: VLB, 1993.
Bourus, Terri. "The First Quarto of Hamlet in Film: The Revenge Tragedies of Tony Richardson and Franco Zeffirelli." Enter Text: An Interactive Interdisciplinary E-Journal for Cultural and Historical Studies and Creative Work 1.2 (Spring 2001): 180-91.
Bovet, Jeanne. "L'art de la déclamation classique." L'annuaire théâtrale 24 (1998): 141-55.
Bowne, Alan. Beirut. New York: Broadway Play, 1988.
Bradbrook, M. C. "'The cause of wit in other men.'" Shakespeare in Southern Africa 1 (1987): 10-18.
Bradshaw, Graham. "State of Play." The Shakespearean International Yearbook, I: Where Are We Now in Shakespearean Studies? Ed. W.R. Elton and John Mucciolo. Aldershot, England: Ashgate, 1999: n.pag.
Branagh, Kenneth. 'Henry V': A Screen Adaptation. London: Chatto and Windus, 1989.
Branam, George C. “The Genesis of David Garrick's Romeo and Juliet.” Shakespeare Quarterly 35.2 (Summer 1984): 170-79.
Brandon, James. "Kabuki and Shakespeare: Balancing Yin and Yang." TDR: The Drama Review: A Journal of Performance Studies 43.2 (Summer 1999): 15-53.
Brandon, James. "Shakespeare in Kabuki." Performing Shakespeare in Japan. Ed. Ryuta Minami, Ian Carruthers and John Gillies. Cambridge, England: Cambridge UP, 2001. 33-53.
Brandon, James. "Some Considerations of Shakespeare in Kabuki." Theatre Symposium: A Journal of the Southeastern Theatre Conference 6 (1998): 7-18.
Brask, Per, ed. Contemporary Issues in Canadian Drama. Winnipeg: Blizzard, 1995.
Bratton, J. S., ed. King Lear. Bristol: Bristol Classica, 1987.
Brebach, Emily S. “From Olivier to Kozintsev: Visual Technique in Transforming Hamlet into Film.” Proceedings of the Comparative Literature Symposium 12 (1981): 67-81.
Breight, Curtis. "Branagh and the Prince, or a 'Royal Fellowship of Death.'" New Casebooks: Shakespeare on Film. Ed. Robert Shaughnessy. New York: St. Martin's, 1998. 126-44.
Breight, Curtis. “Branagh and the Prince: Or, 'Royal Fellowship of Death'.” Critical Quarterly 33.4 (Winter 1991): 95-111.
Breight, Curtis. "Elizabethan World Pictures." Shakespeare and National Culture. Ed. John J. Joughin and John Drakakis. Manchester, England: Manchester UP, 1997. 295-325.
Brent, Harry. "Different Daggers: Versions of Macbeth." Teaching Shakespeare into the Twenty-First Century. Ed. Ronald Salomone and James Davis. Athens, OH: Ohio UP, 1997. 215-21.
Breshears, Russell D. "Dancing with Death: A Critical Introduction and Translation of Xavier Villaurrutia's Invitation to Death." Dissertation Abstracts International 54 (1993-94).
Bretzius, Stephen. "Dr. Jacques L. and Martin Hide-a-Guerre: The Subject of New Historicism." Diacritics: A Review of Contemporary Criticism 27.1 (Spring 1997): 73-91.
Brierley, Rosaline. Let not a Peep of Heaven Show: An Adaptation of Shakespeare's 'Macbeth'. Ilfracombe, England: Stockwell, 1996.
Brisset, Annie. A Sociocritique of Translation: Theatre and Alterity in Quebec, 1968-1988. Trans. Rosalind Gill and Roger Gannon. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1996.
Brisset, Annie. "Traduire pour s'inventer." Jeu 56 (1990): n.pag.
Brisset, Annie. "Translation & Parody: Quebec Theatre in the Making." Canadian Literature 117 (Summer 1988): 92-106.
Brisset, Annie. "Translation and Social Discourse: Shakespeare, A Playwright After Québec's Heart." Translation: Theory and Practice, Tension and Interdependence. Ed. Mildred L. Larson. New York: State U of New York P, n.d. 120-38.
Bristol, Michael D. Big-time Shakespeare. London: Routledge, 1996.
Bristol, Michael D. Shakespeare's America, America's Shakespeare. London: Routledge, 1990.
"British Columbia." Canadian Theatre Encyclopedia. 19 Nov. 2003.
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Brode, Douglas. Shakespeare in the Movies: From the Silent Era to Shakespeare in Love. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2000.
Brook, Peter, et al. "Shakespeare in the Cinema: A Film Directors' Symposium." Cineaste: America's Leading Magazine on the Art and Politics of the Cinema 24.1 (1998): 48-55.
Brown, Charlotte. William Shakespeare's 'The Taming of the Shrew'. Schulenburg, TX: Clark, 1987.
Brown, Eric. "'What's to Come Is Still Unsure': Madness and Deferral in Nunn's Twelfth Night." Colby Quarterly 37.1 (Mar. 2001): 15-29.
Brown, John Russell. “All’s Well That Ends Well.” The Shakespeare Hour: A Companion to the PBS TV Series. Ed. Edward Quinn. New York: New American Library, 1985. 75-101.
Brown, John Russell. New Sites for Shakespeare: Theatre, the Audience and Asia. London: Routledge, 1999.
Brown, Tony. "'Nothing impaired but all disordered.'" Shakespeare and Schools 12 (1990): 9.
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