Essays by Scott
The following articles are offered in PDF format:
An essay exploring the question of whether “translating Shakespeare” into modern, understandable English is necessary or worthwhile, using examples from a new translation of Timon of Athens.
A formula for estimating the running time of a Shakespearean production based upon the word count.
An essay illuminating the distinction between a “malaprop” and a “malaform” in Shakespeare’s plays.
A keynote speech relating how the Oregon Shakespeare Festival’s commitment to a large resident acting company makes great voice and text work possible.