Calling The Globe
Original Practices and Stage Management at Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre.
The problem of the Heath - King Lear (2008)
Where do the climactic storm scenes of King Lear take place? asks Gwilym Jones.
Myths of Honour - The Merry Wives of Windsor (2008)
It was no accident that Shakespeare set his play in Windsor, as Gwilym Jones reveals.
Playing the Murderer - Love's Labour's Lost
The hunting scene in Love’s Labour’s Lost makes use of many complex associations, as Farah Karim-Cooper explains.
Laughter in King Lear (2008)
Can we laugh at King Lear? Even in Shakespeare’s greatest tragedies there are moments of comedy – and never more than in King Lear, writes Dr. Farah Karim-Cooper.
Fairies Refashioned - A Midsummer Night's Dream (2008)
There are many strands to Shakespeare’s fairy lore, as Dr. Farah Karim-Cooper reveals.
Strangers in the City - Othello (2007)
Othello shows us the cosmopolitan nature of renaissance Venice, as Dr. Farah Karim- Cooper reveals.
Text, Space and Violence in King Lear (2010)
The extent to which a playtext offers definitive stage directions for the performance of violence is complicated further by the alternative possibilities presented by both the intended theatrical space (or spaces) and by various quarto and folio editions.
Looking at Act 5 Scene 3 in King Lear, this document provides an overview of proceedings and responses from a collaborative workshop between King's College, London and Queen Mary University of London postgraduates on staging violence, which used the stage at Shakespeare's Globe to explore assumptions and possibilities surrounding this topic.