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London Theatre Record

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ISBN : UOM:39015067514979
Genre : Theater
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Theatre Record

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105133490412
Genre : Theater
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Heritage Nostalgia And Modern British Theatre

Author : Benjamin Poore
ISBN : 9780230360143
Genre : Performing Arts
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The stage portrayal of the Victorians in recent times is a key reference point in understanding notions of Britishness, and the profound politicisation of that debate over the last four decades. This book throws new light on works by canonical playwrights like Bond, Edgar, and Churchill, linking theatre to the wider culture at large.

Contemporary British Theatre

Author : V. Angelaki
ISBN : 9781137010131
Genre : Performing Arts
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This edited collection brings together a team of internationally prominent academics and delivers cutting-edge discourse on the strongly emerging tradition of experimentation in contemporary British theatre - redefining what the dramatic stands for today. Each chapter of the collection focuses on influential contemporary plays and playwrights.

The Private Theatre Of Kilkenny A Record Of Its Dramatic Productions

Author : Kilkenny city, theatre
ISBN : OXFORD:600019089
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New Theatre Quarterly 35 Volume 9

Author : Clive Barker
ISBN : 052144814X
Genre : Drama
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Provides an international forum for the discussion of topics of current interest in theatre studies. This issue includes articles on women and theatre in Spain; Sarah Bernhardt in Vaudeville; Giorgio Strehler's 'Faust' project; Deborah Levy in interview; and social space in ancient theatre.

Luigi Pirandello In The Theatre

Author : Luigi Pirandello
ISBN : 3718653761
Genre : Performing Arts
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A collection of much previously unpublished archive material, including documents from Luigi Pirandello's theoretical essays and reviews. Emphasizing Pirandello as a multi-faceted man of the theatre, this text follows the rise and fall of his theatre company, and his work in the years of Fascism.

A Politic Theatre

Author : Scott Fraser
ISBN : 9051835698
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This analysis of twenty published texts by David Hare employs definitions from contemporary semiotic literary theory as a means of describing typologies of political drama. By tracing the incorporation of stylistic devices from agitational propaganda (caricature, self-referentiality, the frisson between oral and visual signification) throughout the typologies, the study illustrates how each text subverts audience expectation based on established dramatic genres. The collection of texts is seen as inherently self-referential and politically subversive.At the centre of each typology is a protagonist who functions as a martyr to or parodic emblem of contemporary society. Consistently, the hermeticism of public institutions which represent the political status quo makes them immune from any form of individual protest from the Left or Right. In the satirical anatomy, the emblem of political dissent is coopted by involvement within the institution, or the stage is dominated by a conservative who controls the action. In the demythology, private individuals are seen as incapable of altering the public frame of history; but here private suffering subverts the collective mythology of the historical construct. In the martyrology, the emblem of dissent is associated with a moral virtue which is inimical to contemporary society, the audience's expectation of the triumph of the individual being subverted when he/she is expelled from the onstage world on the grounds of political ideology. It is only in the final typology, the conversion, that a conservative emblem is seen as directly influenced by such martyrdom, and the audience is provided with an actual example of political change. Thus, the study describes how each typology builds on the construction of the previous, and all generate from agitational propaganda.

Dangerous Theatre

Author : George Kazacoff
ISBN : 9781456887377
Genre : Business & Economics
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Fringe First

Author : Roland Rees
ISBN : UCAL:B4386764
Genre : Actors
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