Related Links

A team of Stanford students and faculty -- with the help of international scholars and local associations such as SACHI (The Society for Art and Cultural Heritage of India at www.sachi.org)--has begun collecting an archive of links for international Shakespeare research and performance. Here are only a few of such links:


GENERAL SHAKESPEARE SITES

Internet Shakespeare Editions
http://ise.uvic.ca/

International Shakespeare Association
http://www.uv.es/~fse/isa/

International Shakespeare links:
http://www.unibas.ch/shine/linkstheatreshak.htm

Shakespeare resource:
http://web.uvic.ca/shakespeare/Library/SLT/stage/stagesubj.html

http://www.shakespeare-gesellschaft.de/english/textshakespearegesellschaften.html
List of Shakespeare Associations across the globe including complete contact information.

MIT Shakespeare Project
http://www-caes.mit.edu/research/shakespeare/

SHAKSPER: Global Electronic Shakespeare Conference
http://www.shaksper.net/

Shakespeare Around the Globe (Internet Shakespeare Editions:
Michael Best)
http://web.uvic.ca/shakespeare/Foyer/globecontrib.html

The Folger Shakespeare Library
http://www.folger.edu

Mr. William Shakespeare and the Internet:
http://www.univ-paris3.fr/recherche/sites/edea/iris/

Sites on Shakespeare and the Renaissance (important links):
http://web.uvic.ca/shakespeare/Annex/ShakSites1.html

The World Shakespeare Bibliography
http://www.worldshakeslib.org

SHAKESPEARE IN ASIA

Conference website: Shakespeare Performance in New Asias (Singapore)
http://courses.nus.edu.sg/course/ellyll/shakespeareasia/Shakespeareasia/Index.html

CHINA

A Shakespeare Renaissance in China (by Kunqu Opera Society Inc., New York)
http://www.thekunqusociety.org/a_shakespeare_renaissance_in_china.htm

KOREA

Shakespeare Association of Korea
http://www.englit.or.kr/2003_shakespeare/shakespeare_home.htm

National Theater of Korea
http://www.ntok.go.kr/

Seoul Theater homepages:
http://www.lgart.com and http://www.sejongpac.or.kr/index.asp

SINGAPORE

Ong's King Lear (with an interview)
http://www.knowledgenet.com.sg/singapore/Chronicle/July/issue4(2)/Dramatic_Returns.htm

Ong Keng Sen theatre company, TheatreWorks, Ltd.:
http://www.theatreworks.org.sg/
http://www.theatreworks.org.sg/cover/home.asp

Shakespeare Performance in the New Asias (June, 2002):
http://courses.nus.edu.sg/course/ellyll/shakespeareasia/ShakespeareasiaProg.html

TAIWAN

http://www.cl-theater.com.tw/ad_1/index.htm
Featured solo performances are Wu Hsing-Kuo's Lear Alone, Li Xiaofeng's Doctor Faustus, Zhao Zhigang's Hamlet in the Graveyard,
Huang Xianglian's Romeo and Juliet, and Zhou Long's Bacchae (Greek tragedy).

JAPAN

The Shakespeare Society of Japan:
http://wwwsoc.nii.ac.jp/sh
http://wwwsoc.nii.ac.jp/sh/sh-english/index-e.html

The Shakespeare Company Japan
http://www.age.ne.jp/x/umi/e-welcom.htm

Shakespeare Company Japan
http://www.age.ne.jp/x/umi/inen/e-profile.htm

Japan Performing Arts Foundation: http://www.jpaf.or.jp/

Shizuoka Performing Arts Foundation: http://www.spac.or.jp/

Ninagawa's Midsummer Night's Dream in Paris (2002):
http://www.mcjp.asso.fr/psept2002/spect/songe.html

Review of Ninagawa's King Lear (RSC Barbican, 1999) in Herald Tribune
http://www.iht.com/IHT/LT/99/lt110399.html

Suzuki Tadashi: http://books.cambridge.org/0521590248.htm and
http://www.calperfs.berkeley.edu/presents/season/2001/theater/events/suzuki_company.html


INDIA

Film adaptation of Othello from Kerala, India
http://www.fdk-berlin.de/forum99/othello.html
http://gvalappil.tripod.com/Kerala/Movies/kaliyattam.htm

Arjun Raina, Kathakali Shakespeare
http://www.arjunraina.com/photographsreviews2.htm
http://www.arjunraina.com/photographsreviews3.htm

Rustom Bharucha:
http://www.civiccentre.org/SPEAKERS/Keynotes/Bharucha.R.html
https://www.vedamsbooks.com/no31248.htm

"Maqbool," a Bollywood adaptation of "Macbeth" (review):
http://www.indiafm.com/reviews/04/maqbool/index.shtml

http://web.uvic.ca/shakespeare/Library/Criticism/shakespearein/india1.html
Detailed overview of colonial and postcolonial Shakespeare tradition in India discussing both theater and scholarship, including photos
from productions from 1919 up to the present.

OTHER PARTS OF THE GLOBE


AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND

Australia and New Zealand Shakespeare Association:
http://www.arts.unsw.edu.au/conferences/anzsa/index.html


Maori Merchant of Venice: A Film
http://www.maorimerchantofvenice.com/


EUROPE

http://www.unibas.ch/shine/metasite.html
Comprehensive website of the Project ShinE (Shakespeare in Europe) administered by the University of Basel in Switzerland, with links related to translations into almost all European languages ranging from Albanian to Welsh.

MOROCCO

http://www.postcolonialweb.org/morocco/literature/amine2.html
An extensive overview of the Moroccan Shakespeare theater, including Arabic rewriting of Othello entitled Horses and Gunpowder. The discussion is situated in the larger contexts of postcolonial and postmodern discourses.

POLAND

http:/www.teatr-szekspir.gda.pl/
Homepage of the Gdansk Theater Foundation (in English or Polish): focuses primarily on Shakespeare

Gdansk Shakespeare Festival:
http://www.culture.pl/en/culture/artykuly/wy_ft_szekspirowski_gdansk_2002

http://www.culture.pl/en/culture/artykuly/os_kott_jan
Profile of the famous Polish theater critic and Shakespeare scholar Jan Kott with a selected bibliography of essays and translations (in English).

SOUTH AFRICA

http://www.ru.ac.za/institutes/isea/shake/
Homepage of the Shakespeare Society of Southern Africa. Includes information about the triennial conferences of the society between 1991-2003.

CZECH AND SLOVAK REPUBLICS

http://www.ndbrno.cz/gal/gallery.php3?esen
Photo gallery on website of the National Theater in Brno, featuring
pictures from Shakespeare productions staged over the past few years.

http://www.shakespeare.cz/
Home page of the Shakespeare Festival held each summer at the Prague Castle since 1999. Images from previous productions can be found under the link FOTOGALERIE: the first two images are from King Lear, the following eleven from Hamlet and the rest features various directors and actors at press conferences and in rehearsals. A brief history of the Festival (in Czech) can be found under the link HISTORIE.

www.radio.cz/en/article/41366
Interview with Martin Hilsky - a professor in the English Department at Charles University and most important current translator of Shakespeare into Czech (23 plays so far): about his studies at Oxford in 1968-69, translating Shakepseare, and the difficulties of working as a translator and English scholar under communism.

http://www.unibas.ch/shine/translatorsczech.htm
A comprehensive overview of the history of Czech and Slovak translations/translators of
Shakespeare.

DENMARK

http://www.bibliografi.dk/shakespeare_william.htm
Overview of Danish Shakespeare translations, productions and secondary literature (in Danish).

EGYPT

http://www.cairotimes.com/content/archiv06/shakespeare.html
Reviews of recent productions of Othello and King Lear in Cairo theaters with some general information on Egyptian Shakespeare theater tradition.


FRANCE

http://alor.univ-montp3.fr/SFS/Studies/Bibliography.html
Bibliography of recent French translations and secondary works on Shakespeare and the English Renaissance by French scholars (in French: some works listed are in English).

IRIS (important research and links, including La Société Française Shakespeare)
http://www.univ-paris3.fr/recherche/sites/edea/iris/

Site devoted to A Midsummer Night's Dream
http://www.univ-paris3.fr/recherche/sites/edea/iris/

CERRA (Universiti de Montpellier)
http://alor.univ-montp3.fr/CERRA/


GERMANY

http://www.shakespeare-gesellschaft.de/english/index.html
Homepage of the Deutsche Shakespeare-Gesellschaft (German Shakespeare Society) founded in 1864. Ranges from Renaissance books to modern productions.

http://www.shakespeare-library.uni-muenchen.de/index.html
Homepage of the Shakespeareforschungsbibliothek (Shakespeare Research Library) in Munich (German or English).

http://www.shakespeare-company.com/
Website of German professional Shakespeare company from Bremen.

ITALY

Teatro di Roma site (including production of Julius Caesar): http://www.teatrodiroma.net/stagione.asp?anno=2003-2004

HUNGARY


http://www.geocities.com/britgrad/2003/enyedi.html
An essay by Éva Enyedi from Eötvös Lóránd University, Budapest on the stage history of Macbeth in Hungary with a focus on the role of the Weird Sisters (in English).

UNITED STATES

http://www.shakespearedc.org/acafac.html
Shakespeare Association of America website, with index of members/regional festivals and other information.

http://www.folger.edu/welcome.htm
Folger Shakespeare Institute / Library

http://www.shakespeareassociation.org/
Shakespeare Association of America

http://www.osfashland.org/season/plays.html
Oregon Shakespeare Festival


UNITED KINGDOM

http://www.shakespearesglobe.org/
Globe Theatre, London

http://www.rsc.org.uk/home/index.asp
Royal Shakespeare Company

http://www.rdg.ac.uk/globe/
Shakespeare's Globe Research Database

UKRAINE

http://pppu.kw.ukrtel.net/theatre/uk_happyhamlet.html
Little Globe Theatre (Ukraine)

http://poetry.uazone.net/shakespeare/
Shakespeare's Sonnets translated into Ukrainian (with a link to English)

http://lib.ru/ANEKDOTY/hamlet.txt
Hamlet parody (Russian/Ukrainian)


RUSSIA

http://kulichki.com/moshkow/SHAKESPEARE/
One of the largest Russian online libraries, with many different translations of Shakespeare's sonnets and plays, as well as critical literature and links to other Russian sites.

http://poetclub.chat.ru/
One of the most complete collections of translations of Shakespeare's sonnets into Russian, from various periods, by well-known poets-translators.

http://www.urc.ac.ru/maneken/
Maneken Theater in Chelyabinsk, Siberia. A world-renowned ensemble whose repertory often includes innovative Shakespeare productions. Current website features images from a Romeo and Juliet production under "Performances."

See also: http://www.unibas.ch/shine/translatorsrussian.htm

LITHUANIA

Macbeth and Othello staged in a Lithuanian theatre by Eimuntas Nekrosius.
http://www.menofortas.lt/

CANADA

Shakespeare resource: http://web.uvic.ca/shakespeare/Library/Criticism/shakespearein/index.html

The Stratford Festival of Canada: http://www.stratford-festival.on.ca/

http://agora.qc.ca/mot.nsf/Dossiers/William_Shakespeare
List of major translations of the plays into French from the 19th century (under Traductions en langue française); some of the titles are
linked to partial or full facsimile texts in PDF.

Canadian Theatre Encyclopedia: http://www.canadiantheatre.com

Canadian Stage Company (Toronto); http://www.canstage.com

Soulpepper Theatre Company (Toronto): http://www.soulpepper.ca/2004/index.htm

Bard on the Beach Festival (Vancouver): http://bard.faximum.com

Canadian Adaptations of Shakespeare Project:
http://www.canadianshakespeares.ca/

ShakespeareWorks:
http://www.shakespeareworks.com/


VENEZUELA

http://www.analitica.com/va/entretenimiento/quepasa/6127796.asp
Description of a Venezuelan black-and-white film adaptation of Macbeth entitled Macbeth Sangrado set in the Andes in the milieu of bandit feuds. It was released in 2000, dir. Leonardo Henriquez. Website in Spanish.

BRAZIL

http://www.ciberkiosk.pt/arquivo/ciberkiosk8/espectaculos/teatro/caliban.html
An essay by Margarida Gandara Rauen, professor at the University of Curitiba. In Portuguese.

CHILE