August Strindberg | Literature Criticism Critical Essay by Freddie Rokem

This literature criticism consists of approximately 28 pages of analysis & critique of August Strindberg.
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Critical Essay by Freddie Rokem

SOURCE: Rokem, Freddie. “The Black Glove: Wilhelm Carlsson's Production at the Dramaten, 1988.” Theatre Research International 18, supplementary issue (1993): 24-36.

In the following essay, Rokem follows a production of The Black Glove, directed by Wilhem Carlsson and performed by the Royal Dramatic Theatre of Sweden, through rehearsals, noting changes and additions made by the director and cast to better frame the staging.

On 1 December 1987, the production team for Strindberg's last and least performed chamber play, The Black Glove (Svarta Handsken) written in 1909, had gathered in one of the rehearsal rooms at the Royal Dramatic Theatre (Dramaten) in Stockholm. Wilhelm Carlsson, the director of the performance, started by explaining to the producer, the scenographer, the dramaturg, the composer, the actors and the other members of the team who were present, as well as myself who was going to...

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