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Mark Rylance: What Makes Great Shakespeare Acting
The waning of what Mr. Rylance refers to as the "English style" of Shakespearean acting -- formal, rhetorical, presentational -- has helped to erode the long-ingrained (if not necessarily acknowledged) sense that, when it comes to Shakespeare, it helps if you're British, and particularly if you train at one of the great London acting academies like the Royal Academy or the Central School of Speech and Drama. The New York Times 11/14/13
Posted November 14, 2013 10:26 AM




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