Charles Ney is a professor and Head of Directing in the Department of Theatre and Dance at Texas State University, USA. He has been artistic director at Manhattan Clearing House Contemporary Performing Arts Center, Idaho Repertory Theatre and Mary Moody Northen Theatre. Other directing credits include New York City’s Working Man’s Clothes Theatre, the Kennedy Center, Illinois Shakespeare Festival and Texas Shakespeare Festival. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.
Directing Shakespeare in America: Historical Perspectives
The Arden Shakespeare, 2019
... and Guthrie Theatre productions of Hamlet (1988) and Richard III (1988). He also mounted Richard II, Henry IV (both parts reduced to one play) and Henry V – all produced in 1990, co-directed with CharlesNewell. They were cobbled together...
...Shakespeare’s riveting, epic drama of a family in crisis, and a country on the brink of civil war. Wracked by illness and tormented by guilt, King Henry IV fears for England’s future after his death. The heir to the throne, Prince Hal...
Save this Search
Send me email alerts whenever new content is added that matches this search.
You will receive email alerts for this search. Use My Content to manage your search alerts.
Are you sure you want to remove the search term from "My Saved Searches"?
This item is only available to the members of institutions that have purchased access. If you belong to such an institution please Log In
Sign in to Your Personal Account
Use your personal account to save 'favourite' commentary, chapters and books. Sign in now