One of the more intriguing contemporary adaptations of the play is The Donkey Show: A Midsummer Night’s Disco. The adaptation was conceived in 1999 by husband and wife creative team Diane Paulus and Randy Weiner, first opening for only a six-week limited engagement at an actual dance venue, Club El
John Garrison and Kyle Pivetti
Timothy A. Turner
inclined to interpret the scene in light of Marlowe’s adaptation of the military handbooks he consulted. 2 Likewise, in his brief discussion of Calyphas, Robert A. Logan describes the character as “articulate and self-aware” and suggests that he “ chooses not to fulfill the manly gender role that his
The Early Modern Reception and Dissemination of Longinus' Peri Hupsous in Rhetoric, the Visual Arts, Architecture and the Theatre
Edited by Caroline A. van Eck
Contributors include Francis Goyet, Hana Gründler, Lydia Hamlett, Sigrid de Jong, Helen Langdon, Bram Van Oostveldt, Eugenio Refini, Paul Smith, and Dietmar Till.