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Monday, December 8, 2008


Dr. Kevin Ewert

BRADFORD, Pa. – A chapter on influential Shakespearean director Michael Langham written by Dr. Kevin Ewert, associate professor of theater at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford, appears in the new book “The Routledge Companion to Directors’ Shakespeare.”

Langham was the artistic director at both the Stratford Festival in Canada and the Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis in the United States as well as director of theatre for many years at The Juilliard School.

“Langham had a dual influence as a director and a teacher,” Ewert said.

In writing his chapter for the book, which was edited by John Russell Brown, Ewert interviewed people who had worked with Langham as actors and students in order to describe the process he undertook for the final result on the stage.

Ewert said he first became interested in Langham after seeing several of his productions at the Stratford Festival in Ontario.

The Companion includes 31 articles on 31 major and/or influential directors of the 20th and 21st century written by 31 different scholars and practitioners.

Ewert had previously worked with Brown to write “Henry V: A Guide to the Text and its Theatrical Life” in a series of books edited by Brown, “The Shakespeare Handbooks.” Currently he is working with Brown as associate editor and contributor to the forthcoming “Routledge Companion to Actors’ Shakespeare.”

Ewert teaches Introduction to Theatre, Play Analysis, Movement and Stage Combat, Basic and Advanced Acting, Shakespearean Performances, and he directs the student production each semester.

He holds doctoral and master’s degrees in Shakespeare studies from the Shakespeare Institute and earned his bachelor’s degree in English from Trinity College at the University of Toronto.

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