“To read a play well, you need to engage your theatrical imagination.”
Writer Daniel Rosenthal discusses the various ways to analyse and engage with Shakespeare’s The Tempest in three different stages: reading, watching and writing about the play.
Covering practical exercises and critical theory, Rosenthal explores how reading and watching a play provide the necessary tools for writing about a production, encouraging students to use their imagination, consider history and context, and appreciate the spectacle of a performance.
This useful resource can be viewed alongside the guide on How to Read, Watch and Write About Plays: The Tempest
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