Essentializing Shakespeare in the Shakespeare Aftermath: Dmitry Krymov's Midsummer Night's Dream (As You Like It), Matías Piñeiro's Viola, and Annie Dorsen's Piece of Work: A Machine-Made Hamlet

@article{Cartelli2016EssentializingSI,
  title={Essentializing Shakespeare in the Shakespeare Aftermath: Dmitry Krymov's Midsummer Night's Dream (As You Like It), Mat{\'i}as Pi{\~n}eiro's Viola, and Annie Dorsen's Piece of Work: A Machine-Made Hamlet},
  author={Thomas Cartelli},
  journal={Shakespeare Quarterly},
  year={2016},
  volume={67},
  pages={431 - 456}
}
Abstract:This essay demonstrates that some of the more venturous reenactments of Shakespeare undertaken in the age of new media may productively range from the most basic, foundational forms of theatrical presentation to nonrepresentational forms of postdramatic, indeed, posthuman expression. These stagings exploit the multiplicity of approaches available in the Shakespeare aftermath—as much a state of consciousness or awareness as a temporal condition, in which all things Shakespearean are… Expand
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