From traditional and non-traditional performances to distinguished critical scholarship, over the past two centuries Canadians have uniquely remade Shakespeare. This series challenges us to re-think how the multiple nested histories and identities associated with Canada inform the interpretation and pedagogy of individual plays.
A wholly new scholarly edition of the playtexts includes original, up-to-date annotations, critical introductions based on cutting-edge research, and provocative prefaces by well-known Canadians with deep experience of Shakespeare. Each play includes act and scene summaries, character synopses, tips for reading the plays, and recommended reading/resources.
Produced with the University of Guelph/Canadian Adaptations of Shakespeare Project