Shakespeare Survey 71 2018
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Abstract: Titania's Dream: three choreographic 'Midsummer Night's Dreams' of the twentieth century A Midsummer Night's Dream is by far William Shakespeare's most frequently adapted comedy on ballet stages worldwide. Several of its themes and situations are particularly well suited for a choreographic transposition, such as the wide range of depicted emotions and the triple wedding at the end. In fact, the play includes more dancing than any other work by Shakespeare, 1 and Peter Holland even compares its entire action t… Show more

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