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Eros and Death are the two central drives and compulsions of the human psyche, and their dynamic interconnectedness has been pervasive in the formation of Western thought and culture. The essays ...
Relations between theatre and state were seldom more fraught in France than in this period. F. W. J. Hemmings traces the vicissitudes of this perennial conflict.
Two persistent problems that affect a significant portion of Indian women are poverty and violation of their human rights. In recent years, micro-credit has come to be viewed as a vital tool to ...
This collection of essays sets out to challenge the dominant narrative about Victorian theatre by placing the practices and products of the Victorian theatre in relation to Victorian visual culture, ...
Investigates the construction and production of celebrity in the British theatre. These essays explore aspects of fame, notoriety and transgression in a range of performers and playwrights including ...
A description, analysis and celebration of outdoor theatre. Bim Mason examines some of the less well known methods as well as the performance practices of the most established British and European ...
In this passionate and controversial work, Rustom Bharucha presents the first major critique of intercultural theatre from a `Third World' perspective.
The Royal Court Theatre produced some of the most influential plays in modern theatre, including works of Brenton, Churchill, Bond and Osborne. In this account, from 1956 to 1998, Philip Roberts ...
This book explores the themes of colonial encounters and postcolonial contests over identity, power and culture through the prism of theatre.
This major new study presents a political and cultural history of some of Ireland's key national theatre projects from the 1890s to the 1990s.