Publications

Hugh Richmond's Books on Performance

  1. King Richard III , Shakespeare in performance , Manchester University Press; Distributed exclusively in the USA and Canada by St. Martin's Press , 1989.
  2. John Milton's drama of Paradise lost , P. Lang , 1991.
  3. King Henry VIII , Shakespeare in performance , Manchester University Press ; Distributed exclusively in the USA and Canada by St. Martin's Press , 1994.
  4. Shakespearean illuminations: essays in honor of Marvin Rosenberg , University of Delaware Press; Associated University Presses , 1998.
  5. Critical essays on Shakespeare's Richard III , Critical essays on British literature , G.K. Hall , 1999.
  6. Shakespeare's theatre: a dictionary of his stage context , Continuum , 2002.
  7. Shakespeare and the Renaissance stage to 1616: Shakespearean stage history 1616 to 1998: an annotated bibliography of Shakespeare studies, 1576-1998 , Pegasus Press , 1999.

Hugh Richmond's Essays on Berkeley Productions

  1. The synergistic use of Shakespearean film and videotape , Literature/Film Quarterly , vol. 4 , 1977.
  2. King Lear in a Course on Shakespeare and Film , Approaches to teaching Shakespeare's King Lear , Modern Language Association of America , 1986.
  3. Paradise Lost: Performance as Criticism , Milton Quarterly , vol. 22 , no. 1 , 1988.
  4. Peter Quince Directs Romeo and Juliet , Shakespeare and the sense of performance: essays in the tradition of performance criticism in honor of Bernard Beckerman , University of Delaware Press; Associated University Presses , 1989.
  5. The Two Noble Kinsmen: Performance as Criticism , Shakespeare, Fletcher, and the two noble kinsmen , University of Missouri Press , 1989.
  6. Techniques for Reconstituting Elizabethan Staging , New issues in the reconstruction of Shakespeare's theatre: proceedings of the conference held at the University of Georgia, February 16-18, 1990 , P. Lang , 1990.
  7. Teaching The Tempest and the Late Plays by Performance , Approaches to teaching Shakespeare's The tempest and other late romances , Modern Language Association of America , 1992.
  8. Shakespeare's Last Experiment in Verismo: A Performance Approach to All Is True , Theatre History Studies , vol. 13 , 1993.
  9. The Centrality of A Midsummer Night's Dream , Teaching Shakespeare today: practical approaches and productive strategies , National Council of Teachers of English , 1993.
  10. Angles of Vision: Recording Much Ado at the Restored Globe Theatre , Shakespeare Bulletin: A Journal of Performance Criticism and Scholarship , vol. 15 , no. 1 , 1997.
  11. A Letter to the Actor Playing Lear , Shakespeare Illuminations: Essays in Honor of Marvin Rosenberg , University of Delaware Press , 1998.
  12. A Letter to the Actor Playing Lear , Shakespeare Illuminations: Essays in Honor of Marvin Rosenberg , University of Delaware Press , 1998.
  13. Teaching Shakespeare in Performance at the Restored Shakespeare Globe Theatre at Bankside, London , Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Teaching , vol. 7 , no. 2 , 1999.
  14. Dramatists against Theory: The Affective Dramaturgy of Cinthio, Lope de Vega, and William Shakespeare , Shakespeare Bulletin: A Journal of Performance Criticism and Scholarship , vol. 22 , no. 4 , 2004.
  15. Hamlet: Blood on the Brain , Shakespeare Bulletin , vol. 25 , no. 3 , 2007.
  16. The Two Sicilies: Ethnic Conflict in Much Ado , Shakespeare Newsletter , vol. 57 , no. 1 [271] , 2007.
  17. Paradise Lost as an Oral Epic , Approaches to Teaching World Literature , Modern Language Association of America , 2012.
  18. Teaching Shakespeare , The Shakespeare Newsletter , vol. 33 , 1983.
  19. The Berkeley Shakespeare Program , Teaching Shakespeare , 1977.
  20. Shakespeare Media Library , Shakespeare and Film , vol. 2 , 1981.
  21. Dominant Women , Berkeley Shakespeare Festival , 1982.
  22. Humanities and Technology , Teaching at Berkeley , 1984.
  23. Television and the Humanities , Studies in Medieval & Renaissance Teaching , vol. 11 , no. 2 , 1984.
  24. Recreating Elizabethan Productions , The Shakespeare Newsletter , 1985.
  25. TV or Not TV: Television in Shakespeare Studies , Shakespeare and Film Newsletter , vol. 11 , no. 2 , 1986.
  26. King Richard III in Performance , Shakespeare Criticism Yearbook 1990 , Gale , 1992.
  27. Shakespeare at the University of California , Shakespeare and the Classroom , vol. 1 , 1993.
  28. The Shakespeare Program at U.C. Berkeley , Shakespeare and the Classroom , vol. 2 , 1994.
  29. Shakespeare's Henry VIII , Shakespearean Criticism , Gale , vol. 40 , 1999.
  30. The Two Gentlemen of Verona: Dramaturg's Notes , California Shakespeare Festival , 1999.
  31. King Lear: Dramaturg's Notes , California Shakespeare Festival , 1999.
  32. Is The Taming of the Shrew Politically Correct? , California Shakespeare Festival , 2000.
  33. Rosencranz and Guildenstern are Dead , California Shakespeare Festival , 2000.
  34. Love's Labour's Lost , California Shakespeare Festival , 2000.
  35. Multivalent Shakespeare: the Spanish Connection , Shakespeare Yearbook , 2001.
  36. The Shakespeare Program and the Performing Arts at Berkeley , Chronicle of the University of California , no. 6 , 2004.
  37. Globe Theatre built in London , The Literary Encyclopedia , 2008.
  38. Shakespeare's Globe Theatre , The Literary Encyclopedia , 2008.
  39. A Twelfth Night to Remember: RSC, 2009 , ISE Performance Chronicle , 2010.
  40. Shakespeare and the Internet at Berkeley , RSC: myShakespeare , 2012.

Except where otherwise specified, all written commentary is © 2016, Hugh Macrae Richmond