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Macbeth in context : putting the Scottish back into 'the Scottish play'

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Title: Macbeth in context : putting the Scottish back into 'the Scottish play'
Author: New, Patrick
Degree Master of Fine Arts - MFA
Program Theatre
Copyright Date: 2012
Publicly Available in cIRcle 2012-04-23
Abstract: Macbeth in Context: Putting the Scottish back into 'the Scottish Play' is an examination of the historical context in which the play Macbeth was written, the process of conceptualizing a production for the Frederic Wood Theatre, and the journey of getting it to the stage. Macbeth is a Scottish play, written for a Scottish King, and containing Scottish characters and culture. It is my intention to illuminate why the play was written, and detail my conceptualization for presenting a truly Scottish production of Macbeth.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2429/42197
Scholarly Level: Graduate

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