Performing Glam Rock: Gender and Theatricality in Popular Music (review)

  title={Performing Glam Rock: Gender and Theatricality in Popular Music (review)},
  author={Wade Hollingshaus},
  journal={TDR: The Drama Review},
  pages={201 - 202}
For over seven years, Philip Auslander has argued that because musicians’ performances of their music are indeed performances, they ought to receive the attention of both theatre and performance studies scholars (see for example Auslander 2004, 2006a, 2006b). This may seem to be stating the obvious, but the paucity of music performance scholarship in these fields, when compared to the amount that has emerged from musicology, cultural studies, and sociology, suggests that he is not speaking in… Expand


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