Lecture 19 Notes

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Lecture 19
Shakespeare’s 2 Henry IV production
o Different from the text interpretation
The focus on lower class is evident more so in this production of Henry IV or the
production uses the point of view Falstaff as a grounding figure. Thus, in the rejection
scene towards the end, Falstaff seems rather pitiable. In the BBC production, however,
Hal’s perspective seemed to be in the focus more. Thus, Falstaff and his crew were made
to seem rather annoying
Costumes ways director makes us feel alienated/invested
Highlights difference between tavern and court
Parody
Hard to compare Falstaff mock status --. Different kind of authority in this play
Boghdona did productions for all tetrologies
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