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    • Konijn, Elly (2000)
      Actors and actresses play characters such as the embittered Medea, or the lovelorn Romeo, or the grieving and tearful Hecabe. The theatre audience holds its breath, and then sparks begin to fly. But what about the actor? ...
    • Núñez, Nicolás; Middleton, Deborah; Chamberlain, Franc (2019)
      This new edition of Núñez’s Anthropocosmic Theatre contains the text of the original English translation plus additional contributions from Núñez and others. In part one, Núñez traces his researches in Nahuatlan, Tibetan ...
    • Vanderbeeken, Robrecht; Debackere, Boris; Depestel, David; Stalpaert, Christel (2012)
      Artistic media seem to be in a permanent condition of mutation and transformation. Contemporary artists often investigate the limits and possibilities of the media they use and experiment with their crossing, upgrading and ...
    • Törnqvist, Egil (1996)
      Ingmar Bergman is worldwide known as a film and stage director. Yet no-one has attempted to compare his stage and screen activities. In Between stage and screen Egil Törnqvist examines formal and thematical correspondences ...
    • Luckett, Sharrell; Shaffer, Tia M. (2016)
      Black Acting Methods seeks to offer alternatives to the Euro-American performance styles that many actors find themselves working with.  A wealth of contributions from directors, scholars and actor trainers address afrocentric ...
    • Chambers, Colin (2011)
      Black and Asian Theatre in Britain is an unprecedented study tracing the history of ‘the Other’ through the ages in British theatre. The diverse and often contradictory aspects of this history are expertly drawn together ...
    • Adair, Christy; Burt, Ramsay (2016)
      British Dance, Black Routes is an outstanding collection of writings which re-reads the achievements of Black British dance artists, and places them within a broad historical, cultural and artistic context. Until now ...
    • MacDonald, James (2011-04-01)
      Carnival Texts comprises three related dramatic works, all of which have as their point of departure Russian theorist Mikhail Bakhtin’s concept of carnival, a literary style designed to subvert dominant assumptions through ...
    • Semler, Liam E. (2019)
      The Australian “Better Strangers” project has begun exploring the potential of gamified learning scenarios to enrich teacher professional development and student learning at high school and university. In May 2016, ...
    • Holkenbrink, Jörg; Seitz, Anna (2020)
      "The Routledge Companion to Performance Philosophy is a volume of especially commissioned critical essays, conversations, and collaborative, creative and performative writing mapping the key contexts, debates, methods, ...
    • Dinesh, Nandita (2020)
      "‘What is happening in Kashmir?’ Chronicles from Kashmir explores this question through a site-adaptive 24-hour theatrical performance. Developed between 2013 and 2018 by the Ensemble Kashmir Theatre Akademi and Nandita ...
    • Kattenbelt, Chiel; van Heteren, Lucia (2009)
      Thirteen authors explore the different ways modern theatre and dance are being analyzed. This is the fourth volume in the Series 'Theatre Topics'.
    • Dobrowlanska-Sobczak, Monika Joanna (1999)
      The focus of the present work is a semiotic analysis of the meaning generation in the picture theater, a stage form that decisively shaped the Polish theater of the last 40 years, which unmistakably draws its innovation ...
    • Veldhorst, Natascha (2004)
      Music; Stage presentations; History of Amsterdam
    • Li, Qiao; Guan, Yanqiu; Lu, Hong (2020)
      "The global film industry has witnessed significant transformation in the past few years. Regions outside the US have begun to prosper while non-traditional production companies, such as Netflix have assumed a larger market ...
    • Hänzi, Denis (2013)
      Theater direction is today more unfettered, the sphere of artistic possibilities more open, than ever before. Creative chaos on all sides? Not really. Denis Hänzi investigates how old ideals and new realities in the ...
    • Schiller, Friedrich (2018)
      "Schiller’s Don Carlos, written ten years before his great Wallenstein trilogy, testifies to the young playwright’s growing power. First performed in 1787, it stands at the culmination of Schiller’s formative development ...
    • Rosenberg, Tiina (2016)
      This collection of essays investigates elements of the human voice and performance, and their implications for gender and sexuality. The chapters address affect, pleasure, and memory in the enjoyment of musical and theatrical ...
    • Rita, Svandrlik (2008)
      This volume consists of a collection of essays by five German scholars from various Italian universities – R. Calabrese, R. Caruzzi, M. Fancelli, L. Perrone Capano, R. Svandrlik (editor) – and N. Šlibar from the University ...
    • Escolme, Bridget (2013-01-07)
      Emotional Excess on the Shakespearean Stage demonstrates the links made between excess of emotion and madness in the early modern period. It argues that the ways in which today's popular and theatrical cultures judge how ...