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"These signs forerun the death or fall of kings": renegotiating masculinities and centrality in Shakespeare's second tetralogy through adaptation, direction and performance (PhD Thesis): [Appendix 3.2] The Breach (2019) - Performance Script

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posted on 2024-04-09, 09:48 authored by CJ Turner-McMullanCJ Turner-McMullan

This item contains appendices content relating to the PhD thesis, "These signs forerun the death or fall of kings": renegotiating masculinities and centrality in Shakespeare's second tetralogy through adaptation, direction and performance, by doctoral candidate CJ Turner-McMullan.

The Breach is a post-MeToo adaptation of William Shakespeare's Henry V disrupting the gender- and class-based violence in representations of the Siege of Harfleur and the "wooing scene" prominent in post-1980's performances of the play. The production toured to The Rondo Theatre, Bath, The Cotswold Playhouse, Stroud, and The Alma Tavern, Bristol in June-July 2019.

Reproduced with permission from CJ Turner-McMullan (adaptor and director). A full list of creative credits is included in the script.

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