Thinking through theatre and performance / edited by Maaike Bleeker, Adrian Kear, Joe Kelleher and Heike Roms.
Bleeker, Maaike (redaktör/utgivare)
Kear, Adrian (redaktör/utgivare)
Kelleher, Joe (redaktör/utgivare)
Roms, Heike (redaktör/utgivare)
- ISBN 9781472579607
- Publicerad: London : Methuen drama, 2019
- Engelska xiii, 321 sidor
Serie: Thinking through theatre
- Introduction : thinking through -- Part 1. Watching. Why study drama? / Joe Kelleher -- What do performances do to spectators? / Maaike Bleeker -- How can the theatre be fully accessible? / Colette Conroy -- How does stage performance think through cultural convention? / Sean Metzger -- How does theatre represent economic systems? / Louise Owen -- Part 2. Performing. What is black dance? What can it do? / Thomas F. DeFrantz -- How does scenography think? / Liesbeth Groot Nibbelink -- How does theatre think through things? / Mike Pearson -- How does theatre think through incorporating media? / Steve Dixon -- How does the trained body think? / Broderick D.V. Chow -- How does theatre think through work? / Theron Schmidt -- Part 3. Traces. What is an intercultural exchange? / Miguel Escobar Varela -- What is the impact of theatre and performance? / Sruti Bala -- Does staging historical trauma re-enact it? / Tavia Nyong'o -- How does theatre think through politics? / Jazmin Badong Llana -- How and why are performances documented? / Heike Roms -- Part 4. Interventions. How can performance disrupt institutional spaces? / Dominic Johnson -- How does theatre think through ecology? / Carl Lavery -- How does choreography think 'through' society? / Bojana Cvejić -- How does theatricality legitimize the law? / Sophie Nield -- How does theatre think through theatricality? / Adrian Kear.
- Teatervetenskap (sao)
- Teater -- teori, filosofi (sao)
- 792.01 (DDC)
- Ikaa (kssb/8 (machine generated))
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