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The Cambridge introduction to theatre studies
Preface Introduction: theatre and theatre studies Part I. Elements of Theatre: 1. Performers and actors 2. Spectators and audiences 3. Spaces and places Part II. Subjects and Methods: 4. Theories ofExpand
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The Bandmann Circuit: Theatrical Networks in the First Age of Globalization
This article examines a theatrical network, the Bandmann Circuit, managed by Maurice E. Bandmann in the first two decades of the twentieth century as a form of globalized theatre. It asks why thisExpand
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Pacific Performances: Theatricality and Cross-Cultural Encounter in the South Seas
Janelle Reinelt and Brian Singleton’s new Palgrave series, “Studies in International Performance,” undertakes to publish work that is international “in the largest sense”: transnational andExpand
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Surrogate Stages: Theatre, Performance and the Challenge of New Media
It is well known that Marcel Proust spent the last decade of his life in almost complete seclusion, living in a cork-lined room, attended by a few loyal servants. Almost completely unknown is theExpand
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Sexual Spectacles Theatricality and the Performance of Sex in Early Encounters in the Pacific
When Europeans first arrived in Tahiti in the mid-18th century, they were sometimes greeted by performances that were aesthetic, ludic, and sexual. These performances of sex constitute another poleExpand
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Managing Theatre and Cinema in Colonial India: Maurice E. Bandmann, J.F. Madan and the War Films' Controversy
Abstract The aim of this article is to investigate the highly unusual situation of direct state involvement in theatrical business activity in a colonial context and in particular the managerialExpand
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