KiSSiT: Shakespearean Anachronism programme (Feb 18)

shakespeare-and-anachronism-banner-editSHAKESPEAREAN ANACHRONISM

Saturday February 18, 2017

Rose Theatre, Kingston-upon-Thames


10.15 Welcome: Ildiko Solti

10.30 Plenary: Dr Erik Roraback (Charles University):
‘An Anachronistic Figure of Redemption: Modernity, Rhetoric, and Self-Identity of Shakespeare’s King Richard II

11.30: Coffee break

12.00: Stefanie Bauerochse: ‘“400 Jahre sterben. (d)over. //”: Directing as Research in Performance’

12.30: Dr Jessica Chiba (Royal Holloway):
‘“Eyes not yet created”: Shakespeare and the view from the future’

13.00: Sara Reimers (Royal Holloway):
‘“In time I may believe”: Gender politics, Anachronism, and Genre in contemporary stagings of The Taming of the Shrew

13.30: Lunch break

14.30: Prof Margaret Jones Davies (Sorbonne):
‘”0ne two three: time, time”: Anachronism in Cymbeline

15.00: Prof Per Sivefors (Linnæus University):
‘Anachronism as Aesthetic Device in Elizabethan Satire’

15.30: Prof Ken Pickering (Kent) and Dr Ildiko Solti (Kingston):
‘Stepping in the same river twice?:
Reproduction Elizabethan Playhouses: Gdansk and Staunton’

16:00: Pepe Pryke: ‘The Rose Playhouse, Bankside – The Past Present and Future’

16.30: Tea break

17.00 Plenary: Professor Tiffany Stern (Royal Holloway):
‘Performing at the Globe – in Shakespeare’s Time and Our Own’

18.00 – 18.30

Stefanie Bauerochse: V&A IX: as of today // working through the conference in real time

The whole day takes place in the Gallery of the Rose Theatre. No reservation required.

The conference is free and open to everyone!

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