3 edition of Perspectives of Irish drama and theatre found in the catalog.
Perspectives of Irish drama and theatre
|Statement||edited by Jacqueline Genet and Richard Allen Cave.|
|Series||Irish literary studies,, 33|
|Contributions||Genet, Jacqueline., Cave, Richard Allen., International Association for the Study of Anglo-Irish Literature.|
|LC Classifications||PR8783 .P47 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 183 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||183|
|LC Control Number||95122085|
Professor Nicholas Grene B.A. (Dublin) Ph with Patrick Lonergan, and again with Patrick Lonergan, Irish Theatre: Local and Global Perspectives (Carysfort Press, ). He was the holder of a IRCHSS Thematic Project grant () for a joint research project with NUI, Galway on 'The Internationalization of Irish Drama A "powerful and aggravating absence of consensus" came to define the Irish political experience, says the historian Richard he picks the best books for gaining a range of perspectives on Irish history, singling out James Joyce as offering insight into the divergence of nationalist opinion.
Critical Companions. Series Editor(s): Kevin J. Wetmore, Jr., Patrick Lonergan Ranging across the 20th and 21st centuries, Methuen Drama's Critical Companions series covers playwrights, theatre makers, movements and periods of international theatre and performance. Drawing on original research, each volume provides a critical survey and analysis of a body of work by one author, giving. The first collection of original critical material on Martin McDonagh, one of the most celebrated young playwrights of the last decade. Credited with reinvigorating contemporary Irish drama, his dark, despairing comedies have been performed extensively both on Broadway and in the West End, culminating in an Olivier Award for the The Pillowman and an Academy Award for his short film Six Author: Kate Kasten-Mutkus.
Irish Studies: Literature, Film and Theatre: James Joyce. This page is the gateway to books, journal articles, and web resources for research in Irish and Anglo-Irish literature, film, and theatre. Author-critic Anthony Burgess presents in a free-wheeling manner perspectives on the main themes of James Joyce's great experimental novel Author: Laurie Murphy. Transformation of Irish Theatre by Migrants Explored in New Book. The transformative impact of inward migration on Irish Theatre is documented in a newly published book Staging Intercultural Ireland: New Plays and Practitioner Perspectives.. The collection contains essays on eight plays, and six interviews with migrant and Irish-born theatre artists who are producing work at the intersection.
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Perspectives of Irish drama and theatre. Gerrards Cross, Bucks: C. Smythe, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Jacqueline Genet; Richard Allen Cave; International Association for the Study of Anglo-Irish Literature.
Perspectives on Irish drama and theatre. Gerards Cross: Colin Smythe, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication: Document Type: Perspectives of Irish drama and theatre book All Authors / Contributors: Jacqueline Genet; Richard Allen Cave.
The eighteen contributions offer innovative perspectives on Irish theatre since the early s up to the present, testifying to the development of themes explored by emerging and established playwrights as well as to the (r)evolutions in practices and approaches.
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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, continuing with Brian Friel and Tom Murphy in.
Eamonn Jordan is Associate Professor in Drama Studies at the School of English, Drama and Film, University College Dublin, Ireland. His published works include Theatre Stuff: Critical Essays on Contemporary Irish Theatre () and Dissident Dramaturgies: Contemporary Irish Theatre (), and he has co-edited The Theatre of Martin McDonagh: A World of Savage Stories () and The.
The Palgrave Handbook of Contemporary Irish Theatre and Performance. Editors (view affiliations) 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.
Author of William Butler Yeats, Perspectives on Irish drama and theatre, Anthologie du théâtre irlandais d'Oscar Wilde à nos jours, La poétique de W. Yeats, Le théâtre de William Butler Yeats, The Big House in Ireland, La littérature irlandaise, Studies on the contemporary Irish theatre.
The MA in Drama and Theatre Studies, housed at the O’Donoghue Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance, is a world-leading course that combines critical perspectives on the practice of theatre history/theory with theatre-making. teaches modules that draw extensively from the theatre archives.
Her book Alice Milligan and the Irish. Druid Theatre, meanwhile, reach out to the rural margins with The Galway Tour (May-July), a festival of one-act drama rehearsed and performed in local towns across the : Sara Keating.
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. 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’.
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 teachers and 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 (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.
W.B Yeats was a talented poet and one of the most prominent figures that spearheaded the Irish literary revival in the late s. He was also one of the founders of the Abbey, the most prestigious theatre in Ireland, and was the first ever Irish person to be awarded a.
With its fundamental reconception of the politics of Irish drama, this book represents an alternative view of the phenomenon of Irish drama itself. Reviews ‘Grene’s intelligence, erudition and mostly jargon-free lucidity make this, in fact, the best survey of 20th-century Irish playwriting yet by: With fascinating analysis of both canonical and lesser-known women's theatre art, this book creates a genealogy of Irish theatre in which nothing rests ossified in time and place.
Hill's case studies return to speak to each other throughout – fulfilling her promise to embody a feminist genealogy and, further, reminding the reader of the Author: Shonagh Hill.
Drama and Theatre. Among the book series in drama and the theatre published by Cambridge University Press are: The Cambridge History of British Theatre; Cambridge Studies in Modern Theatre; Theatre and Performance Theory; Earth and Environmental Sciences.
He has edited or written eleven books on Irish drama and theatre, including Theatre and Globalization (winner of the Theatre Book Prize), The Theatre and Films of Martin McDonagh (Methuen Drama, ), Theatre and Social Media () and Irish Drama and Theatre Since (Bloomsbury, ). “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 and discursive strategies and sensibilities that are uniquely combined and interdigitated, but Pages: Drama courses train students in acting, directing, and playwriting; guest artists visit and bring new perspectives to the group; trips with the Theatre Club and the drama faculty expose students to great work happening in New York and elsewhere; and dramatic literature courses are taught through the English department, including such recent.Among them were Heinz Kosok's Theatre of War (Palgrave Macmillan), a comprehensive and revelatory survey of all the plays from to dealing with the First World War' Jeffery Richards, Professor of Cultural History, Lancaster University, STR Theatre Book Prize Judge 'The Theatre of War is an extremely thorough, highly rewarding, and.