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Ian McKellen discusses playing King Lear, in this ebook taken from <em>Shakespeare On Stage: Volume 2 - Twelve Leading Actors on Twelve Key Roles</em>.



In each volume of the <em>Shakespeare On Stage</em> series, a leading actor takes us behind the scenes of a landmark Shakespearean production, recreating in detail their memorable performance in a major role. They leads us through the choices they made in rehearsal, and how the character works in performance, shedding new light on some of the most challenging roles in the canon. The result is a series of individual masterclasses that will be invaluable for other actors and directors, as well as students of Shakespeare &amp;#8211; and fascinating for audiences of the plays.



In this volume, Ian McKellen discusses playing one of Shakespeare's most demanding roles, King Lear, in Trevor Nunn's production for the Royal Shakespeare Company in 2007.



This interview, together with the others in the series (with actors such as Alan Rickman, Simon Russell Beale, Patrick Stewart and Harriet Walter), is also available in the collection <em>Shakespeare On Stage: Volume 2 - Twelve Leading Actors on Twelve Key Roles</em> by Julian Curry, with a foreword by Nicholas Hytner.







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In this volume, Ian McKellen discusses playing one of Shakespeare's most demanding roles, King Lear, in Trevor Nunn's production for the Royal Shakespeare Company in 2007France (Ben Addis) proposes to Cordelia (Romola Garai) after her father has disowned her for not taking part in his testMcKellen leads us all up the mountain." Theatrical gold &mdash; a theatre-goer's verdict in The Daily Telegraph, 14 April 2007Most of them agree that Sir Trevor Nunn's Royal Shakespeare Company productions at Stratford of Shakespeare's King Lear and Chekhov's The Seagull - the former with Sir Ian McKellen in the title role, the latter with him in a brilliant secondary part, are very notable theatrical milestones." The GuardianUnfortunately we cannot guarantee support for your web browser Opera 9.64, so you may experience some difficulties using this websiteBut I found myself unwilling to lose rich and evocative material from either version, and so I am working with a conflation againThat's quite a rare coincidence isn't it? What's the story about that? Shapiro An old play called King Leir was published in 1605 and its title page declares that 'it has been diverse and sundry times lately acted'More father than king, Garrick claimed to have based his depiction of madness on his (probably invented) visit to a man driven mad by having accidentally dropped his daughter from a windowNow my role is reversed, it's touching that the young actors in King Lear and The Seagull are as keen as everThe result is a series of individual masterclasses that will be invaluable for other actors and directors, as well as students of Shakespeare - and fascinating for audiences of the playsMcKellen portrays commanding creatures of metamorphic gifts unknown to ordinary humansThe fight was choreographed by Malcolm RansonIn 1603, one in six& Londoners died of the plague, and plague never fully disappeared for the rest of that decadeThey're sitting on a practice 'settle' - a high-backed benchIn each volume of the Shakespeare On Stage series, a leading actor takes us behind the scenes of a landmark Shakespearean production, recreating in detail their memorable performance in a major role RSC Browse and license our images Cornwall's men practise hanging the Fool (Sylvester McCoy)But, whatever the ending, Garrick's Lear was an overwhelming emotional experience for his audience, moving them to deep grief and floods of tears at the sufferings of the wronged father, their tears echoing his as, even when cursing Goneril, he could manage the transition from the horror of the father's brutal rejection of his daughter to his pain at his realisation of her filial ingratitudeBuy ePub Our price: $3.99 " &mdash; Ben Brantley, The New York Times"Sunday newspaper drama critics duly added their approving voices yesterday to the daily paper critics' enthusiastic verdicts last week"It is for McKellen, and his triumphant progress towards a kind of enlightenment, that I shall really remember the occasion." Michael Billington, The GuardianFacebook Twitter RSS Cart Australia Canada Europe UK USA Other Gift certificates Academic eBooks My account Help Wishlist Feedback Blog Sign up The Leading eBooks Store Online 3,921,888 members 1,280,626 ebooks An old adage says of this physically as well as mentally exhausting assignment: 'When you're old enough to play King Lear, you're too old to play King Lear'Interview with Ian McKellenJulian Curry is a writer and actor, perhaps best known for playing Claude Erskine-Brown in Rumpole of the Bailey on television 07f867cfac


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