Themes in Drama book.
Themes in Drama book. This collection surveys madness in drama .
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The Year's Work in English Studies, 1976. by James Redmond, Laurel Brake, David Daniell, Robin Robbins, A. Schmidt. ISBN 9780719535888 (978-0-7195-3588-8) Hardcover, Humanities Pr, 1979. Find signed collectible books: 'The Year's Work in English Studies, 1976'.
Categories: Theatre Studies. Themes in Drama: Volume 1, Drama and Society.
This collection surveys madness in drama. Dance and Greek drama. 25. The hellenism of early Italian opera. 31. Cole Porter in the American musical theatre. It includes articles on "The Duchess of Malfi"; virginity and hysteria in "The Changeling"; the confined spectacle of madness in Beys's "The Illustrious Madmen"; The male gaze in "Woyzeck" - representing Marie and madness; and other drama examples.
XI- The Effect of Plays upon the Public 217. XII- Pleasant and Unpleasant Plays 222. XIII- Themes in the Theatre . Broadway's Playing or Possum, or Is the Theater Really Dead? By Pressley, Nelson Insight on the News, Vol. 11, No. 16, April 24, 1995. XIII- Themes in the Theatre 228. XIV- The Function of Imagination 233. Index 24. Theater - the Artist By Nieman Reports, Vol. 46, No. 3, Fall 1992.
Monographs are not considered for this series; it aims at volumes that are characterised by a high level of interconnectedness – each author clearly contributing to a central subject within the field of theatre and performance.
In Women in American Theatre. In Women in Theatre: Themes in Drama. From Class to Caste in Amencan Drama: Political and Social Themes Since the 1930s. New York: Greenwood Press, 1991. Cambridge, England: Cambridge UP, 1989. The above argument is couched in a chapter concerning issues of gender in American drama, including African-American feminism and gay civil rights.
From Greek tragedy to the revolutionary theatre of Prague, violence has been portrayed in the dramas of all periods and all cultures. The contributors to this volume explore its various manifestations from a wide variety of perspectives. Works considered include Shakespeare's "Titus Andronicus".