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  • Published: Sep 10, 2015
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Chapter 12 of Shakespeare, Shamans, and Show Biz: An Impolite Guide to Theater History: Shakespeare’s Classic. Kaplan discusses the difference between “progress” versus “progression” in theater history and exemplifies it with a study of...

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Chapter 12 of Shakespeare, Shamans, and Show Biz: An Impolite Guide to Theater History: Shakespeare’s Classic. Kaplan discusses the difference between “progress” versus “progression” in theater history and exemplifies it with a study of Shakespeare’s plays set in Ancient Rome, specifically Julius Caesar, Anthony and Cleopatra, and Coriolanus. The chapter studies how Shakespeare’s theatrical technique is emphatically different from Greek and Roman drama and how it does not correspond to Aristotle’s Poetics.

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David Kaplan finished his thesis on Eugene Ionesco at the Yale School of Drama in November of 1978 and before graduating in May 1979 went off to the University of New Mexico to stage various texts by Bertolt Brecht, teach the basics of Rudolph Laban’s movement theory, and lecture about the social and artistic background of Weimar Berlin. In 1980 he established a studio in New York for professional actors and directors. After twenty-one years, the work concluded with the 2001 publication of thtle’s Poetics.

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