Katabasis in Rupert Goold's Macbeth (BBC, 2010): Threshold-Crossing, Education, Shipwreck, Visionary and Trial Katabatic Experiences
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Katabasis in Rupert Goold's Macbeth (BBC, 2010): Threshold-Crossing, Education, Shipwreck, Visionary and Trial Katabatic Experiences

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Huertas Martín, Víctor
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Rupert Goold's stage production of Macbeth opened at the Minerva Theatre in Chichester, went to the Gielgud Theatre (London) and toured to the Harvey Theater in New York (2007-2008) before, in 2010, BBC, PBS and Illuminations Media turned it into a TV film.1 Set in a twentieth-century regime displaying the iconography of Stalin's dictatorship, Anthony Ward's decor was "confined within a windowless basement kitchen, perhaps a few tiers above hell" (Nicholas De Jongh). Unsurprisingly, several reviewers compare these aspects of the scenography with a living hell. However, the recording turned those hellish textures into a dominant motif.

    Huertas Martín, Víctor 2018 Katabasis in Rupert Goold's Macbeth (BBC, 2010): Threshold-Crossing, Education, Shipwreck, Visionary and Trial Katabatic Experiences Literature-Film Quarterly 46 3 1 17

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