By Prof. Paul Fryer (University of Leeds), presented in collaboration with the School of Performing Arts (University of Malta) and the Department of Theatre Studies
Date: 17 January 2019
Venue: LC117, University of Malta
How do we recognise great acting?
What evidence do we have available to enable us to accurately assess the great actors of the past – and does it matter?
This lecture will explore that question with specific reference to one of the most important and influential actors of the 19th and early 20th centuries, the great Duse.
Paul Fryer is Visiting Professor in the School of Performance and Cultural Industries at The University of Leeds (UK). He is Director of The Stanislavsky Research Centre, Editor in Chief of the journal, Stanislavski Studies, and the co-creator and co-convenor of the international research project, The S Word. His edited collection (with MariaPia Pagani), Eleonora Duse and Cenere (Ashes), is published by McFarland.