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A little closer to the new Globe, one can peer through dirty slit windows into a dimly lit space in the basement of a new office building, next to London Bridge, where about two-thirds of the foundations of the Elizabethan Rose Theatre can barely be made out.
Acting style—realistic or melodramatic—stage settings, props and machinery, swordplay, costumes, the speed with which the lines were delivered, length of performance, entrances and exits, boys playing the female roles, Juno design mise en scene other performance details remain problematic.
Even the audience—rowdy, middle-class, or intellectual—is difficult to see clearly. The Taming of the Shrew, for example, is a theatrical tour de force, consisting of plays set within plays and actors watching other actors acting, seemingly extending into infinity. All the world is a stage in Padua, where the theatre is the true image of life.
In the outermost frame-play, the drunken tinker Christopher Sly is picked out of the mud by a rich lord and transported to his house. A little pretense is arranged, purely for amusement, and when Sly awakes he finds himself in rich surroundings, addressed as a nobleman, obeyed in every wish, and waited on by a beautiful wife.
At this point professional players appear, to provide entertainment. They are warmly welcomed and fed, and then they put on a play before Sly about the taming of Kate the shrew. No players could be more hopeless than Nick Bottom, the weaver, and his amateur friends, who, in the hope of winning a small pension, perform the internal play, Pyramus and Thisbe, to celebrate the triple marriage of Duke Theseus and two of his courtiers.
The courtly audience at Pyramus and Thisbe is socially superior to the actors but little more sophisticated about what makes a play work. They mock the actors and talk loudly among themselves during the performance.
They are as literal-minded in their own way as the actors, and, as if unaware that they too are actors sitting on a stage, they laugh at what unrealistic and trivial things all plays and players are.
I am glad to see thee well. Why, thy face is valanced since I saw thee last. Like them too he knows the latest neoclassical aesthetic standards and looks down on what he considers the crudity of the popular theatre: The Murder of Gonzago is an old-fashioned, rhetorical, bombastic tragedy, structured like a morality play, beginning with a dumb show and filled with stiff formal speeches.
But the effect on the audience of this theatrical truth is not what either Hamlet or Shakespeare might hope for. Gertrude fails to see, or ignores, the mirror of her own unfaithfulness held up to her by the player queen: Even Hamlet the critic is a bad audience. During the performance he makes loud remarks to other members of the audience, baits the actors, criticizes the play, and misses its main point about the necessity of accepting the imperfections of the world and of oneself.
Only near the end of his career does Shakespeare present an idealized theatre of absolute illusion, perfect actors, and a receptive audience. In The Tempest c.Mise-en-scene plays the most significant role when it comes to portraying the main character in the introduction to „Juno‟.
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Barsam covers all the requisite formal elements (narrative, cinematography, mise-en-scene, acting, editing, etc.), usually devoting a chapter to each topic--as do almost all film books of this type. But Barsam's book is better organized than most.
(This scene, like the rest of the film, is and H.R. Giger heading up set and character design, combining absurdist surrealism with a distinctly industrial mise-en-scène. Jesse Eisenberg.