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The Resource Sherlock Holmes from screen to stage : post-millennial adaptations in British theatre, Benjamin Poore, (electronic book)

Sherlock Holmes from screen to stage : post-millennial adaptations in British theatre, Benjamin Poore, (electronic book)

Label
Sherlock Holmes from screen to stage : post-millennial adaptations in British theatre
Title
Sherlock Holmes from screen to stage
Title remainder
post-millennial adaptations in British theatre
Statement of responsibility
Benjamin Poore
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
YDX
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1971-
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Poore, Benjamin
Dewey number
822.9209
Index
index present
LC call number
PR739.D48
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
Adaptation in theatre and performance
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  • Doyle, Arthur Conan
  • Holmes, Sherlock
  • Detective and mystery plays, English
  • English drama
  • Theater
  • Stage adaptations
  • Theater
Label
Sherlock Holmes from screen to stage : post-millennial adaptations in British theatre, Benjamin Poore, (electronic book)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Acknowledgements; Contents; Chapter 1 Introduction: Sherlock Holmes Belongs to Everyone; Holmes and the Development of Modern Media; Holmes and the Theatre; Neo-Victorian Holmes; Live Sherlockiana; The Baker Street Connection; Research Methods; Chapter Review; A Note on Terminology; Bibliography; Chapter 2 The Deductionist: Surveying the Character of Sherlock Holmes; Holmes the Brand; An Everyman, Just Out of Reach; Having It Both Ways; Antihero and Genius; The Way We Work Now; Sherlock Holmes and Seriality; Conclusion; Bibliography
  • Chapter 3 The Homeless Network: Sherlock Holmes and AdaptationThe Canonical Holmes as an Adaptation; Original Holmes and Parallel Holmes; Adaptations of Adaptations; Media Convergence; Theories of Adaptation; The 'Homeless' Network; The Grand Game: Adaptation and the Literary; 'Fidelity Fandom' and its Discontents; A New Game in Town: Fidelity and Sherlock; Sherlock Holmes Adaptation and the Significance of Theatre; Conclusion; Bibliography; Chapter 4 The Game is Afoot: Hunting and Playing in Sherlockian Theatre; Gaming in the Canon; Gamified Sherlock; The Element of Play
  • 'Is the Game Still on?'Dark Play at the Suicide Club; Challenges and Dares; Sherlock in the Park; Something Afoot at the Council Chambers; Something Afoot at Madame Tussauds; Materiality in The Game's Afoot; The Game is Everywhere; Bibliography; Chapter 5 Playing 'The Trick'; The Game's a Fix; Holmes in Easy Pieces; Smoke and Mirrors; 'The Trick' as Dark Play; Playing with The Trick; A Game of Frustration; Conclusion; Bibliography; Chapter 6 The Man on the Tor: Adapting The Hound of the Baskervilles; Dogged by Difficulties; The Man on the Tor; Theorising the Baskerville Case
  • Staging the HoundNothing but a Hound Dog; 'Beryl in Peril'; The Peepolykus Hound; People Unlike Us: ; Chapterhouse's Sherlock Holmes and the Hound ; The Dimmell Travelling Theatre Company and the Music Hall Hound; Bibliography; Chapter 7 Collapsing the Frame: Acting, Deception and Metatheatre; The Uses of Disguise; The Secret Life; Holmes, Theatre and Naturalism; Melodrama and Identity; Ethical Problems of False Impersonation; Holmes as Actor, Adapted; Disguise Revisited in Sherlock; Overt Comedy in A ; Acting, Impersonation and Modern Stage Sherlocks; Accidental Sherlocks
  • Theatrical SherlocksWriting and Acting, Holmes and Watson; Intermedial Anxieties; When Actors Are #Setlocked; Conclusion; Bibliography; Chapter 8 Sherlock Holmes Checks His Privilege; Holmes and Social Privilege; Holmes and Gender: The Abominable Mansplainer; Diagnosing Sherlock; Viewing Stage Sherlocks Through Their Screen Counterparts; Playing Politics in The Game's Afoot; The 'Poisonous Beautiful Lady'; Visible and Invisible Women; The Casebook and Adventures of Sherlock Holmes; Conclusion; Bibliography; Chapter 9 Sherlock Holmes as Skeleton Key; Sherlock Holmes and Fame
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
1st edition
Extent
1 online resource.
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781137469625
Specific material designation
remote
Label
Sherlock Holmes from screen to stage : post-millennial adaptations in British theatre, Benjamin Poore, (electronic book)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Acknowledgements; Contents; Chapter 1 Introduction: Sherlock Holmes Belongs to Everyone; Holmes and the Development of Modern Media; Holmes and the Theatre; Neo-Victorian Holmes; Live Sherlockiana; The Baker Street Connection; Research Methods; Chapter Review; A Note on Terminology; Bibliography; Chapter 2 The Deductionist: Surveying the Character of Sherlock Holmes; Holmes the Brand; An Everyman, Just Out of Reach; Having It Both Ways; Antihero and Genius; The Way We Work Now; Sherlock Holmes and Seriality; Conclusion; Bibliography
  • Chapter 3 The Homeless Network: Sherlock Holmes and AdaptationThe Canonical Holmes as an Adaptation; Original Holmes and Parallel Holmes; Adaptations of Adaptations; Media Convergence; Theories of Adaptation; The 'Homeless' Network; The Grand Game: Adaptation and the Literary; 'Fidelity Fandom' and its Discontents; A New Game in Town: Fidelity and Sherlock; Sherlock Holmes Adaptation and the Significance of Theatre; Conclusion; Bibliography; Chapter 4 The Game is Afoot: Hunting and Playing in Sherlockian Theatre; Gaming in the Canon; Gamified Sherlock; The Element of Play
  • 'Is the Game Still on?'Dark Play at the Suicide Club; Challenges and Dares; Sherlock in the Park; Something Afoot at the Council Chambers; Something Afoot at Madame Tussauds; Materiality in The Game's Afoot; The Game is Everywhere; Bibliography; Chapter 5 Playing 'The Trick'; The Game's a Fix; Holmes in Easy Pieces; Smoke and Mirrors; 'The Trick' as Dark Play; Playing with The Trick; A Game of Frustration; Conclusion; Bibliography; Chapter 6 The Man on the Tor: Adapting The Hound of the Baskervilles; Dogged by Difficulties; The Man on the Tor; Theorising the Baskerville Case
  • Staging the HoundNothing but a Hound Dog; 'Beryl in Peril'; The Peepolykus Hound; People Unlike Us: ; Chapterhouse's Sherlock Holmes and the Hound ; The Dimmell Travelling Theatre Company and the Music Hall Hound; Bibliography; Chapter 7 Collapsing the Frame: Acting, Deception and Metatheatre; The Uses of Disguise; The Secret Life; Holmes, Theatre and Naturalism; Melodrama and Identity; Ethical Problems of False Impersonation; Holmes as Actor, Adapted; Disguise Revisited in Sherlock; Overt Comedy in A ; Acting, Impersonation and Modern Stage Sherlocks; Accidental Sherlocks
  • Theatrical SherlocksWriting and Acting, Holmes and Watson; Intermedial Anxieties; When Actors Are #Setlocked; Conclusion; Bibliography; Chapter 8 Sherlock Holmes Checks His Privilege; Holmes and Social Privilege; Holmes and Gender: The Abominable Mansplainer; Diagnosing Sherlock; Viewing Stage Sherlocks Through Their Screen Counterparts; Playing Politics in The Game's Afoot; The 'Poisonous Beautiful Lady'; Visible and Invisible Women; The Casebook and Adventures of Sherlock Holmes; Conclusion; Bibliography; Chapter 9 Sherlock Holmes as Skeleton Key; Sherlock Holmes and Fame
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
1st edition
Extent
1 online resource.
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781137469625
Specific material designation
remote

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