History & Criticism

Theatre in Southeast Asia

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But I don't know how else you write plays apart from putting yourself into the characters. Repentance immediately follows, nay, even precedes the deed, and the stings of conscience leave him rest neither night nor day. Ariel 26.3 (1995): 73-88. _____. "Positioning the Subject: Locating Postcolonial Studies." In addition to providing literary interpretation, the writings of a theater critic help raise general awareness about theater among readers.

Garrick Stage: Theatres and Audience in the Eighteenth

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Theatre arts mo Hollywood plays; ed bv Kenyon Nicholson. 1930 French 312p $2..50 Twelve one-act plays from the repertory of the Writers' club of Hollywood, California. "Thev are theatrically effective and unimportant." Margolis (1981, 1999, 2001 and 2010) holds that dance is not a language, since it has no grammar or syntax, but that it is language-like or lingual since it is an expression (what he calls an “utterance”) of a human person or self with culturally embedded and art-relevant properties that can be perceived and understood as such by others.

Theatre Semiotics: Signs of Life (Advances in Semiotics)

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Here Sparshott explains that dance was not originally construed as a fine art under the 18th-century system of the fine arts that culminated in G. Eleanor Bang Stock, Dickie, and Grace Sloan Overton. 1927 Powell and White 40c A pageant used at the 1927 Young people's inter- denominational sununer conferences. Locate and bookmark suggested materials and websites. This is what the audience will witness as they sit in the theatre and view the work.

Yankee Theatre

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Richard Lockridge. 1932 Century 3S8p $3.50 A new biog;raphy of Edwin Booth. "Mr, Lockridge is fortunate in his subject. That title—“Who Lives, Who Dies, Who Tells Your Story,”— was also Hamilton’s marketing tagline when it bowed at the Public Theater. The creation of realistic effects was facilitated by the introduction of gas lights in the early 19th cent. and of electricity later in the century. Contents: Organizing the company; Choosing the cast; Staging the play; Rehearsing it; Costuming and making up; and Acting.

The Frightful Stage: Political Censorship of the Theater in

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That same year, when Congress passed the 14th Amendment granting citizenship to blacks, the president urged Southern states not to ratify it (the amendment nevertheless was ratified in July 1868). Owen 40c Directions for pantomiming 10 old favorite songs with 53 photographs of effective poses. Subtitle An activity book for little children, devised to meet the needs in the transition of physical educa- tion between the kindergarten and the first few years of the primary grades.

Buzz: The Life and Art of Busby Berkeley (Screen Classics)

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Certainly, nothing in the comedies themselves absolutely forbids their use. There is an appreciation by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Henry Ten Eyck Perry. 1925 Yale univ press 148p $2 "Studies in the comedy of Etherege, Wycherley, Congreve, Vanbrugh, and Farquhar." But now we want to know what the term environmental theatre means to you. Subtitle Given separately or consecutively; 40-50 min for each production. Barnes vii,75p il (photo diag) $1.50 "A pageant of health activities and rules adapted for Junior High schools."

Shakespeare and Theatrical Patronage in Early Modern England

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Brief bibliog on P31S-20 contains reference books recommended by the author on the history, life, theatre, stage, music, dance, and costume of Elizabethan England. (See same entry under Pageantry) Bookshel: of Brander Matthews; comp by Roger Howson. 1931 Columbia univ press 114p $5 Contents: Volumes dedicated to Brander Mat- thews; Presentation and association copies; Vol- umes written by Brander Matthews; Introductions, prefaces, etc. But I don't know how else you write plays apart from putting yourself into the characters.

Staging The Jew

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Some of the names and events on the timeline are linked to passages in the next section on the Origins of Greek Drama which provide additional context. c. 625 Arion at Corinth produces named dithyrambic choruses. 600-570 Cleisthenes, tyrant of Sicyon, transfers "tragic choruses" to Dionysus 3. H. 5. 7. 8. 33. 44, 155. 219. 224, 225, 256, 257 Diderot, D. 54 Dietrich, P. Wilson 80p 75c A bibliog of criticism and biography with an in- dex to Characters; Author index; Subject index.

Sex on Stage: Gender and Sexuality in Post-War British

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It is instructive and religious in tone. Eld- ridge 3Sc Pageant depicting all the evils of the world go- ing in and out among the people. Full bibliog, P289-302, on reference books and old English plays. Y. or Abbott Scrim profile co, 266 W 44th St, N. Central is the assertion of the place of literature in making a "whole, rounded" human being. Stage guide and orchestra- tion may be rented. It includes the extant English examples of the dance and those of Germany, Holland and Scandinavia.

Shakespeare and the Just War Tradition

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Poet Nikki Giovanni reads from her works. Ryan 67 Playgoer's handbook to the English renais- sance drama. Sydney, Austral.: Dangaroo P, 1981. _____. William Winter, (ser 1-3) 1911-1916 Moffat 3v il o.p. "Stage histories of 20 plays with interesting comment on the men and women who have played in them, their costuming, choice of texts and read- ing of lines." Theme: A i'ragment of an old i6th century Protestant miracle p'ay, one of the few in existence, found by Mrs Harris and adapted for present-day use.