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Devising Theatre
Author: Alison Oddey
Publisher: Psychology Press
Release Date: 1996
ISBN 10: 9780415049009
Pages: 254 pages

Devising Theatre Book Summary : Devising Theatre is a practical handbook that combines a critical analysis of contemporary devised theatre practice, with descriptions of selected companies, and suggestions for any group devising theatre from scratch. It was written because of a perceived need for information about the subject, and is the first book to propose a general theory of devised theatre.

Contemporary Theatre in Education
Author: Roger Wooster
Publisher: Intellect Books
Release Date: 2007
ISBN 10: 1841501700
Pages: 160 pages

Contemporary Theatre in Education Book Summary : Theatre in Education emerged in the mid-sixties as a unique hybrid of performance and child-centred learning. Contemporary Theatre in Education charts the creation and adaptation of this hybrid through the changing political, economic and educational environment. It also takes a snapshot of the TIE being created today, considering all the projects being performed in Wales during a single month. The projects are analysed and every TIE director interviewed about the work and the policies of their companies. It becomes very clear that that the distinction between TIE and Childrens Theatre is being blurred.

Learning Through Theatre
Author: Tony Jackson
Publisher: Manchester University Press
Release Date: 1980
ISBN 10: 9780719007897
Pages: 209 pages

Learning Through Theatre Book Summary :

The Cambridge Guide to American Theatre
Author: Don B. Wilmeth
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Release Date: 2007-09-13
ISBN 10: 0521835380
Pages: 757 pages

The Cambridge Guide to American Theatre Book Summary : Collects over twenty-five hundred entries on American theater, from its beginning through the modern day.

Voice and Speech in the Theatre
Author: James Clifford Turner
Publisher: Psychology Press
Release Date: 2000
ISBN 10: 9780878301126
Pages: 152 pages

Voice and Speech in the Theatre Book Summary : This is a classic book on voice and speech, designed for actors at all levels. One of the great voice teachers of his day, J. Clifford Turner here uses simple and direct language to impart the necessary technical 'basics' of speech and voice.

The Cambridge Companion to Medieval English Theatre
Author: Richard Beadle
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Release Date: 1994-03-17
ISBN 10: 9780521459167
Pages: 372 pages

The Cambridge Companion to Medieval English Theatre Book Summary : The mystery plays and other drama of the English Middle Ages are perennially popular with students and theater audiences alike. This book gives an up-to-date account of the field, aimed at students of English literature and theater, as well as showing how the plays can be appreciated by the theater-going public in modern productions. It introduces new readers to famous mystery cycles such as those of Chester and York, and to great morality plays such as Everyman. There is a strong emphasis on theatricality, with numerous illustrations and valuable reference material.

Modern Drama in Theory and Practice: Volume 3, Expressionism and Epic Theatre
Author: J. L. Styan
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Release Date: 1983-06-09
ISBN 10: 9780521296304
Pages: 244 pages

Modern Drama in Theory and Practice: Volume 3, Expressionism and Epic Theatre Book Summary : Modern drama in theory and ... /J.L. Styan.-v.3.

The Making of Theatre History
Author: Paul Kuritz
Publisher: PAUL KURITZ
Release Date: 1988
ISBN 10: 9780135478615
Pages: 468 pages

The Making of Theatre History Book Summary :

A Sourcebook of Feminist Theatre and Performance
Author: Carol Martin
Publisher: Psychology Press
Release Date: 1996
ISBN 10: 9780415106443
Pages: 311 pages

A Sourcebook of Feminist Theatre and Performance Book Summary : This outstanding collection includes key texts by theorists such as Elin Diamond, Peggy Phelan and Lynda Hart and interviews with practitioners including Anna Deveare Smith and Robbie McCauley.

Theatre and Europe, 1957-95
Author: Christopher McCullough
Publisher: Intellect Books
Release Date: 1996
ISBN 10: 9781871516821
Pages: 90 pages

Theatre and Europe, 1957-95 Book Summary : Annotation An overview of the main strands of European thought (with regard to the development of European consciousness) manifest through significant moments of theatre practice. This book goes further than other books by relating theatre history to the development of the European Community as a whole. The author lays emphasis on the analytic sense of culture, wishing to illuminate a particular moment when theatre may be seen as an expression of, or a moment of subversion in, the accepted cultural status quo.

Theatre Under the Nazis
Author: John London
Publisher: Manchester University Press
Release Date: 2000
ISBN 10: 9780719059919
Pages: 356 pages

Theatre Under the Nazis Book Summary : Were those who worked in the theatres of the Third Reich willing participants in the Nazi propaganda machine or artists independent of official ideology? To what extent did composers such as Richard Strauss and Carl Orff follow Nazi dogma? How did famous directors such as Gustaf Grüdgens and Jürgen Fehling react to the new regime? Why were Shakespeare and George Bernard Shaw among the most performed dramatists of the time? And why did the Nazis sanction Jewish theatre? This is the first book in English about theater in the entire Nazi period. The book is based on contemporary press reports, research in German archives, and interviews with surviving playwrights, actors, and musicians.

Dictionary of the Theatre
Author: Patrice Pavis,Christine Shantz
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
Release Date: 1998
ISBN 10: 9780802081636
Pages: 469 pages

Dictionary of the Theatre Book Summary : An encyclopedic dictionary of technical and theoretical terms, the book covers all aspects of a semiotic approach to the theatre, with cross-referenced alphabetical entries ranging from absurd to word scenery.

Form and the Art of Theatre
Author: Paul Newell Campbell
Publisher: Popular Press
Release Date: 1984
ISBN 10: 9780879722791
Pages: 136 pages

Form and the Art of Theatre Book Summary : This book is an argument for a particular point of view toward theatre, not a summary or survey of dramatic theory and criticism. The argument centers on the concept of form, a concept that is the rock on which all theoretical and critical works are built, or against which they shatter.

Erwin Piscator's Political Theatre
Author: C. D. Innes,D. Innes
Publisher: CUP Archive
Release Date: 1972-09-07
ISBN 10: 9780521084567
Pages: 248 pages

Erwin Piscator's Political Theatre Book Summary : This 1977 text was the first full study of Erwin Piscator, the German theatrical producer who was prominent in the 1920s and worked after 1945 with the writers Hochhuth, Kipphardt and Weiss. Professor Innes sketches the background of Dadaism and Expressionism from which Piscator came, and points out the differences between Piscator and the other experimenters of his time. He also gives a vivid description of Piscator's technical innovations, the modern means of communication such as film, the illumination of the stage from below and 'the treadmill', a flat moving band along which the characters walked. These turned drama into a multi-media event. Professor Innes uses Piscator's career as a focus to describe theatrical developments in the twentieth century and to discuss the role of the author, the director, and the actor in drama, the purpose of the theatre, and the involvement of the audience.

Experimental Theatre
Author: James Roose-Evans
Publisher: Psychology Press
Release Date: 1989
ISBN 10: 9780415009638
Pages: 225 pages

Experimental Theatre Book Summary : James Roose-Evans, one of Britain's most experienced and innovative directors and founder of the Hampstead Theatre, surveys the history of the avant-garde in the theatre from its origins through such key figures as Stanislavsky, Meyerhold, Craig, Appia, Copeau, Artaud, Piscator, Brecht, Grotowski and up to the most recent experiments of Peter Brook's magnificent Mahabharata. This is a new, enlarged edition of a highly successful and widely-used book. As James Roose-Evans himself writes: 'I am convinced that if one is a practitioner of theatre it is an essential part of one's task to see and know what is going on in all of the arts. We have much to learn from one another as well as from the lessons of history.'