Shakespeare. The Art of Interpretation
International multidisciplinary conference "Shakespeare. The Art of Interpretation" (58–60 Galernaya Street).
10:00–10:15am Conference opening
10:15am–12:00pm Morning Session
- Oleg Gabyshev (St. Petersburg Eifman Ballet) "Reflections on Shakespeare in Movement"
- Natalya Zlobina (Rimsky-Korsakov St. Petersburg State Conservatory; St. Petersburg State Institute of Culture and Arts) "Shakespeare's Juliet in Choreographic Interpretation"
- Miriam Hasikova (Palacký University Olomouc, Czech Republic) "The Ballet 'Othello' as the Example of Both Artistry and Politics in Czechoslovakia in the Second Half of 20th Century"
- Kimberly Glassman (Concordia University, Canada) "The Bifocality of Dance in Shakespeare's 'Twelfth Night:' An Analysis of Shakespearean Dance Adaptations"
12:00–12:30pm Coffee break
12:30–2:00pm Afternoon session
- Irina Burova (SPbU) "Shakespeare's Last Will and Testament: A Domain of Enigmas"
- Tatiana Boborykina (SPbU) "Shakespeare's Motif in the Works by Oscar Wilde"
- Rebecca Cole Heinowitz (USA) "Radical Violence: The Specter of Hamlet in Percy Shelley's 'The Cenci'"
- Andrey Yuriev (Russian State Institute of Performing Arts) "Ibsen and Shakespeare"
2:30–4:30pm Afternoon session
- Gennady Stadnikov (Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia) "H. Heine on Shakespeare"
- Olga Ushakova (Tyumen State University) "Shakespearean Masks in T. S. Eliot's Poetry"
- John Taylor (SPbU) "Shakespeare in the 18th Century Popular Literature"
- Valery Timofeev (SPbU) "Iris Murdoch's 'The Black Prince:' A Self-Portrait of the Author Reproduced as William Shakespeare Appearance"
- Dmitry Travin (EUSP) "Shakespeare as a Sociologist"
4:30–5:00pm Coffee break
5:00–6:20pm Evening session
- Inna Nekrasova (Russian State Institute of Performing Arts) "French Theater of the 18th Century on the Approaches to Shakespeare's Tragedy"
- Olga Markaryan (Russian State Institute of Performing Arts) "Shakespeare as a Starting Point in the Changing Theory of Tragedy: Germany, Late 18th—Early 19th Century"
- Tatiana Tkach (Russian State Institute of Performing Arts) "Looking for the First studio and MHAT-2 in Shakespeare's Space: From Joy of the Game to the Model of Creation"
- Maksim Gudkov (SPbU) "'What's Shakespeare to them?:' Experience of the American Group Theatre"
6:20–6:30pm Coffee break
6:30–8:00pm Evening session
- Adhaar Noor Desai (USA) "Shakespeare. The Art of Re-reading"
- Danila Korogodsky (Theater of Generations) "How I Directed Plays by William Shakespeare and How William Shakespeare Directed Me"
- Ekaterina Tkacheva (St. Petersburg University of the Humanities and Social Sciences) "Interpretation of Shakespeare's Plays in German Theater of 1910s–1930s"
- Orlin Stefanov (Union of Bulgarian Scholars, Bulgaria) "'Theater of Polonius? Or, Theatre of Hamlet!"
10:00am–12:00pm Morning session
- Olga Dzhumaylo (Southern Federal University, Rostov-on-Don) "Mirror Poetics: Metatextual 'Hamlet' (2000) by Michael Almereyda"
- Zhamila Dvinyatina (SPbU) "Unfilmable Shakespeare"
- Elena Dotsenko (Ural State Pedagogical University, Yekaterinburg) "'Shakespeare's' Screenplays by Tom Stoppard"
12:00–12:30pm Coffee break
12:30–4:00pm Afternoon session
- Geoff Lehman (Germany) "Shakespeare's Phenomenology of Perspective"
- Nikolai Zakharov (Russian State University for the Humanities, Moscow) "Portrait Images of Shakespeare"
- Ivan Chechot (SPbU) "The History of German Annexation of Shakespeare. Julius Langbehn"
- Maria Chernysheva (SPbU) "Shakespeare's Significance for the French Romantic Painters Psychoanalysis"
- Nina Savchenkova (SPbU) "The problem of Psychoanalytic Interpretation of Shakespeare's Works"
- Elena Khodorkovskaya (SPbU) "'Shakespeare' as a Concept of Critical Music Discourse in Romantic Era"
- Nadezhda Markaryan (Russian State Institute of Performing Arts) "Shakespeare and Tchaikovsky's Symphonic Style"