Studio Shakespeare: The Royal Shakespeare Company at The Other Place Hardcover – Illustrated, 28 Aug 2006
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'… a meticulously researched and richly informative study of a vital part of modern theatrical history.' -----Michael Billington, Theatre Critic, The Guardian, UK
'Goodbody's vision of what The Other Place might be political, intimate, passionately alive is freshly and vividly evoked... Smith-Howard raises important questions about Goodbody's career... the value of this book is that it rightly reminds readers of the importance of Buzz Goodbody and her theatre work.' -----New Theatre Quarterly
'...the documentation throughout is thorough and the detailed referencing of her material is particularly useful for fellow researchers. The study is particularly rich in its account of the Other Place's founder, Buzz Goodbody...' -----Theatre Research Internationa
About the Author
Alycia Smith-Howard is a Shakespeare scholar, performance historian, and theatre director. She is a graduate of The Shakespeare Institute, Stratford-upon-Avon, England, where she received both her M.A. (Shakespeare Studies: Text & Performance) and Ph.D. (Performance History). Smith-Howard is the co-author of The Critical Companion to Tennessee Williams (Facts on File, 2005), and the editor of Suzan-Lori Parks: A Casebook (Routledge, 2006).
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