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Author Langan, Stephen,
Title Shakespeare in Kabul / Stephen Landrigan and Qais Akbar Omar.
Imprint London : Haus Publishing, 2012.

Author Langan, Stephen,
Subject Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 -- Stage history -- Afghanistan -- Kabul.
Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Love's labour's lost.
Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 -- Dramatic production -- Methodology.
Theater -- Afghanistan -- Kabul.
Alt Name Omar, Qais Akbar,
Description 1 online resource
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Contents Machine generated contents note: Exposition / Stephen Landrigan -- 1. Prologue -- Kabul. March, 2005 -- 2. Cry of Players -- Kabul. March, 2005 -- 3. Selecting a Play -- Paris. April, 2005 -- 4. Finding Funds -- 5. Making the Script -- Kabul. May and June, 2005 -- Climax / Qais Akbar Omar -- 6. Casting: the Boys -- Kabul. May, 2005 -- 7. Casting: the Girls -- Kabul. May, 2005 -- 8. Casting: searching for Marina -- Kabul. June, 2005 -- 9. Rehearsals, Act One -- Kabul. June, 2005 -- 10. Rehearsals, Act Two -- Kabul. July, 2005 -- 11. Tea with Shakespeare -- Kabul. June and July, 2005 -- 12. Meaning of Love -- Kabul. June, 2005 -- 13. Behind the Scenes -- Kabul. June, 2005 -- 14. "This Theatre of Heaven" -- Kabul. August, 2005 -- 15. Rehearsals, Act Three -- Kabul. August, 2005 -- 16. Exists and Entrances -- Kabul. August, 2005 -- 17. Expulsion of the Russians -- Kabul. August, 2005 -- Resolution / Stephen Landrigan -- 18. Performance -- Kabul. August 31, 2005 -- 19. Queen's Palace -- Kabul. September 4, 2005 -- 20. Light Garden of the Angel King -- Kabul September 4, 2005 -- 21. Applause -- Kabul. September 8, 2005 -- 22. Encores -- Kabul. September 2005 -- April 2006 -- 23. Mazar-e-Sharif -- Mazar-e-Sharif. May, 2006 -- 24. Herat -- Herat. May, 2006 -- 25. Curtain -- Kabul. December, 2009.
Summary In 2005, a group of actors in Kabul performed "Shakespeare's Love's Labour's Lost" to the cheers of Afghan audiences and the raves of foreign journalists. This title captures the triumphs and foibles of the actors as they extend their Afghan passion for poetry to Shakespeare's.
Note Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed July 7, 2016).
ISBN 9781907822483 (electronic bk.)
1907822488 (electronic bk.)
9781907973208
OCLC # 951434533


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