5 edition of Perspectives on Irish Drama and Theatre (Irish Literary Studies) found in the catalog.
July 9, 1990
by Colin Smythe Ltd
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||198|
Youth Theatre Ireland is the must-read annual journal for the youth theatre sector. As well as the national round-up of youth theatre activity, it feature over 50 pages of news, interviews, articles, reports, workshops, book reviews and ideas. Youth Theatre Ireland is available free of . The Theatre of War surveys more than two hundred plays about the First World War written, published and/or performed in Britain and Ireland between and Perspectives discussed include: subject matter, technique and evaluation. The result is an understanding of the First World War as a watershed in international history.
The Oxford Handbook of Modern Irish Theatre provides the most comprehensive survey of the field to be found in a single volume. Drawing on more than 40 contributors from around the world, the book addresses a full range of topics relating to modern Irish theatre from the late nineteenth-century theatre to the most recent works of postdramatic devised theatre. Since the late s there has been a marked internationalization of Irish drama, with individual plays, playwrights, and theatrical companies establishing newly global reputations. This book reflects upon these developments, drawing together leading scholars and playwrights to consider the consequences that arise when Irish theatre travels abroad.
The politics of Irish drama: plays in context from Boucicault to Friel / Nicholas Grene. p. cm. – (Cambridge studies in modern theatre) Includes bibliographical references and index. isbn 0 3. –isbn 0 1 (paperback) 1. English drama – Irish authors – History and criticism. 2. Chris Morash's widely-praised account of Irish Theatre traces an often forgotten history leading up to the Irish Literary Revival. He then follows that history to the present by creating a remarkably clear picture of the cultural contexts which produced the playwrights who have been responsible for making Irish theatre's world-wide historical and contemporary reputation.
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Explores the development of Irish theatre from the early s to the present day Brings together contributions from international scholars and from Irish theatre practitioners, offering a compelling cross-disciplinary approach Offers behind-the-scenes perspectives on modern Irish theatre.
lestisserandsduquebec.com: Perspectives on Irish Drama and Theatre (Irish Literacy Studies Series) (): Jacqueline Genet, Richard Allen Cave: Books5/5(1). Anne Etienne and Thierry Dubost (eds.), Perspectives on Contemporary Irish Theatre: Populating the Stage Palgrave-Macmillan.
ISBN pages. This book addresses the notion posed by Thomas Kilroy in his definition of a playwright’s creative process: ‘We write plays, I feel, in order to populate the stage’.
Offering something different in its mix of themes and perspectives, so that previously unexamined surfaces might come to light individually and in conjunction with other essays, it is a wide-ranging and indispensable resource in Irish theatre studies.
The history of Irish theatre begins with the rise of the English administration in Dublin at the start of the 17th century. Over the next years this small country was to make a disproportionate contribution to drama in English. In the early days of its history, theatrical productions in Ireland tended to serve the political purposes of the administration, but as more theatres opened and.
Dec 14, · Drama and Theatre with Children will be key reading for researchers, academics and postgraduate students in the fields of drama education, theatre education, curriculum studies and child development.
The book will also be of interest to drama practitioners, school Author: Charru Sharma. Edited by: Nicholas Grene and Patrick Lonergan. Publication Date 28th, June, ISBN Cost € Since the late s there has been a marked internationalization of Irish drama, with individual plays, playwrights, and theatrical companies establishing newly global reputations.
This book reflects upon these developments, drawing together leading scholars and. “The Palgrave Handbook of Contemporary Irish Theatre and Performance is a beautifully curated collection offering unique and varied perspectives on theatre and performance in.
Feb 21, · Drawing on major new archival discoveries and recent research, Patrick Lonergan presents an innovative, highly readable and informative account of Irish drama and theatre since The book focuses on the many Irish dramatists who have achieved international prominence during that period, starting with Beckett and Brendan Behan in the s.
The s and the new millennium produced an upsurge of innovative theater companies in Ireland to present works by the new exponents of Irish drama. Their existence is dependent on Arts Council funding. While the origins of Irish drama were nationalist, there has been an international expansiveness.
Sep 10, · Irish Drama, Modernity and the Passion Play 1st ed. Edition. A delight to read, this book opens up new territory in Irish theatre studies and contributes to wider debates in theatre on the gaze of the spectator and the body in performance.” (Anna McMullan, Professor of 5/5(1).
The Irish Dramatic Revival was to radically redefine Irish theatre and see the birth of Ireland's national theatre, the Abbey, in From a consideration of such influential precursors as Boucicault and Wilde, Anthony Roche goes on to examine the role of Yeats as both founder and playwright, the one who set the agenda until his death in Finally, Breandán Delap outlines the small successes of contemporary Irish language drama but worries about the future in the absence of a cohesive effort by young playwrights and actors to write and perform proficiently in their native language.
Perspectives on Irish theatre move even further to Author: Kyna Hamill. About Irish Drama and Theatre Since Drawing on major new archival discoveries and recent research, Patrick Lonergan presents an innovative account of. The Abbey Theatre: the first hundred years Published in 18th–19th - Century History, 20th-century / Contemporary History, Features, Features, Issue 1 (Spring ), Volume At the beginning of its centenary year, the Abbey Theatre continues to play an important role in Irish cultural life.
The Palgrave Handbook of Contemporary Irish Theatre and Performance (1st ed. ) View larger image. By: Eric Weitz and Eamonn Jordan. this book will serve most handily as food for thought and a springboard for curiosity. Offering something different in its mix of themes and perspectives, so that previously unexamined surfaces might come.
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Among the book series in drama and the theatre published by Cambridge University Press are: The Cambridge History of British Theatre British and Irish Authors; British Literature in Transition; Current Perspectives in Social and Behavioral Sciences.
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John’s and the American Academy of Dramatic Arts (AADA).Patrick Lonergan is Professor of Drama and Theatre Studies at National University of Ireland, Galway and a member of the Royal Irish Academy. He was the Burns Visiting Fellow at Boston College.Representations of Gender and Female Subjectivity in Contemporary Irish Drama by Women.
Author “Both Irish theatre and Irish scholarship owe a huge debt to the analysis of Mária Kurdi and the singular way she places the dramatic work nationally and internationally. Kurdi’s world view and perspectives bring into play a range of critical Pages: