SHAKESPEARE: OWN AND FOREIGN

INTERNATIONAL THEATRE STUDIES CONFERENCE

SHAKESPEARE: OWN AND FOREIGN

SHAKESPEARE: OWN AND FOREIGN

INTERNATIONAL THEATRE STUDIES CONFERENCE

15th EDITION

 

26 noiembrie 2014, Tg-Mureș, Hotel Plaza Conference Hall

 

• 09.00-10.00

Sorin-Ion Crişan - Hamlet et le mythe de la lamelle

Eleonora Ringler Pascu - Shakeapeare Re-Mixed. A Postmodern Experiment at the German State Theatre from Timișoara

Szabó Attila - Shakespeare Ludic and Political

Denis Poniž - Some Questions (and possible answers) about Shakespeare's Presence in our World

Chair: Ungvári Zrínyi Ildikó

 

• 10.00 - 10.15 - discussions

• 10.15-10.30 coffee break

 

• 10.30 - 11.30

Albert Maria - What is the Question? The Dialogical Self in Hamlet’s Monologue in the Performance Directed by Thomas Ostermeier at Schaubühne Berlin

Köllő Csongor- Shakespeare: Prince of Thieves and Making the Word Flesh

Gelu Badea - The Cousin Shakespeare

Novák Ildikó - Text and Visual Context. Shakespeare Adaptations on the Puppet Theatre Stage

Chair: Albert Mária

• 11.30-11.45 discussions

• 11.45-12.00 coffee break

 

• 12.00 - 13.00

Bartha Katalin Ágnes - Aldridge Placed in National-patriotic Rhetoric (Hungarian Celebrations of Ira Aldridge)

Raluca Blaga - Shakespeare, our most Powerful Political Weapon

Ungvári Zrínyi Ildikó - Own and Foreign. Neo-platonic Identities in Twelfth Night

Ildikó Lőkös - Where is Illyria?

Chair: Szabó Attila

 

• 13.00-13.15 discussions

• lunch break 13.15 - 15.00

 

• 15.00- 16.00

Violeta Zonte - Ispita magiei în Hamlet

Simona Vintilă - Shakespeare Reloaded: an Approach to our Fellow Will

Daria Dimiu - Hamlet ou l’éloignement de soi

Daniela Moisuc - Words, Words, Words ...

Chair: Patkó Éva

 

• 16.00-16.15 discussions

• 16.15-16.30 coffee break

 

• 16.30 -17.30

Jankó Szép Yvette - Shakespeare Ghosting in the Finnish Hamlet’s Tragedy

Kornélia Deres - Hamlet As a Ghost (Wooster Group: Hamlet, 2007)

Patkó Éva - The Father–Daughter Relationship in King Lear

Anda Cadariu - Stereotypes, Prejudice and Discrimination in Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice

Chair: Raluca Blaga

 

• 17.30 - 18.00 discussions