Darwin lectures : 9 [The less than sound text or Shakespeare and myself - Tom Stoppard]
University of Cambridge (1985)
Tom Stoppard, English playwright (b. 1937) talks on various editorial choices of directors and actor-managers of Shakespeare plays through the ages. He reflects on how such choices are made to suit the time of representation and gives some notable examples.
Practice for listening to lectures in the Shakespearian fild.
EN LFACT 11:8(CD) Open access