Theorising Performance

Un libro in lingua di Hall Edith (EDT) Harrop Stephe (EDT) edito da Intl Pub Marketing Inc, 2010

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Classicists and theater scholars and practitioners gathered in Oxford, England in September 2007 to investigate whether there is anything distinctive about the intellectual framework that underlies scholarship on ancient Greek and Roman drama in post-Renaissance performance. Most of the 20 papers here are revised from presentations to that gathering. Their topics include why Kant is no place to start reception studies, the seductions and challenges of performance archives, whether a Deleuzean philosophy of radical physicality leads to the death of tragedy, generic ambiguity in modern productions and new versions of Greek tragedy, revising authenticity in staging ancient Mediterranean drama, negotiating translation for the stage, the phenomenology of performance as a route to reception, and physical performance and the languages of translation. Distributed in the US by International Publishers Marketing (IPM). Annotation ©2010 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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