Moscow Theatres for Young People: A Cultural History of

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From 1901 to 1926 the theatre re- mained dark, when Eva Le Gallienne reopened it as the Civic repertory theatre. Hundreds of these songs were created and performed (and later notated) by bands of musicians flourishing across Europe during the 12th and 13th centuries, the most famous of which were the French trouvères and troubadours. Publications such as Lumiere (1970–1974), Cinema Papers (1969–1970; 1974–2001) and Filmnews (1971–1995) are characterised by this shift.

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Performing the Sacred: Theology and Theatre in Dialogue

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Dent and Sons, Ltd., Aldine House, 224 Bloor St, W, Toronto 5; Aldine House, 10 Bedford St, Strand, London, \VC 2 Department of Missionary Education (Bap- tist Board of Education) 152 Madison Ave, N. Fanny Cannon, c 1922 Denison 65p 75c Concise textbook and guide for the student of play construction; covering plot, dialog, character- ization, stage business, settings, preparation of man- uscript, etc. Stair 93 Lighting art; its practice and possibilities.

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Theatre, Performance and Cognition: Languages, Bodies and

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Sub- title Large cast; scenes used as a pageant. Llobera (ed.), London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 113–40, 1981. Joint committee for a League of free nations 34p (front) pa o.p. Phelps Contents: v I List of authorities; The court; The control of the stage (Pageantry: ch IV); The Mask: ch V,VI V2 The companies (children, adult and interna- tional); Actors; Playhouses; Private theatres; Structure and conduct of theatres v3 Staging at court and in the theatres of i6th and 17th centuries; Plays and playwrights V4 Anonymous work and appendixes containing facts and statistics on documents, plays, etc.; 4 indexes on: Plays; Persons; Places; and Subjects English dramatic companies, 1558-1642.

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Staging Conventions in Medieval English Theatre

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Their responses should be written in their journal. Other ‘knowledge’ derives from anecdotes, many set down long after his death, and biographical inferences from his writing. We know, of course, that Cordelia is "dead as earth." Regular theatre goers might already have seen at least some of the technical... more> Opera Review: A disappointing new Die Fledermaus at ENO The Coliseum curtain was already up; a large and luxurious bed to one side of the vast, empty stage, a giant pocket watch suspended ominously over the other.

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The Queerest Art: Essays on Lesbian and Gay Theater (Sexual

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Smith gives details about the work's commission from the Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge Foundation, first performance on Oct. 30, 1944, in the then-new Coolidge Auditorium in the Library of Congress, highly favorable critical reception, and receipt of the Pulitzer Prize for Music (1945) and Music Critics' Circle Award for outstanding theatrical work in the 1944-45 season. He added the second actor, creating the possibility of dramatic dialogue. As the 19th century progressed, there were several contributing elements to Realism, which came together in the late 19th century.

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The Melodramatic Public: Film Form and Spectatorship in

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Elizabeth Hall Yates. 1926 Penn 156p $1.50 Seven one-act plays suited to little theatre pro- duction. While contributing to the scholarship of theatre history, theory and criticism, PhD students teach in the BA program and serve as dramaturgs for UW productions. New York: Crown Publishers, Inc., 1981; revised and enlarged edition published in New York: Theatre Communications Group, Inc., 1987. 145-52. Frank Tov/nsend Southwick. enl ed 1924 Werner 350p $2 Evolution of expression, and lessons in body and voice training.

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An Outline History of the Japanese Drama (Routledge

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Cohen (eds.), Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1983, pp. 2–23. An excellent aid in costuming Indian plays and pageants. Like most early amphitheaters, the Pompeian example has an austere, functional appearance, with the seats partially supported on earthen embankments. Walter Charles Roberts. 1930 Century vii,xvi,42p (diag) 50c 'Ihree episodes, 9 scs; 50-100 in cast; music, hymns, carols; production notes; stage diagram. The Scripture is read while the incident is acted by the characters.

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Hardcore from the Heart: The Pleasures, Profits and Politics

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School arts mag 115 Short history of costume and armor. Let us resolve, therefore: the Marvellous is always beautiful, everything marvellous is beautiful. The major Marxist influences on literary theory since the Frankfurt School have been Raymond Williams and Terry Eagleton in Great Britain and Frank Lentricchia and Fredric Jameson in the United States. The EDSITEment-reviewed Perseus Project as well as The Glory That Was Greece, (available via the EDSITEment-reviewed Internet Public Library ) provides historical background for ancient Greece and the importance of theater as ritual in this culture.

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The London Stage 1920-1929

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Atkinson is elected president of the group, which resolves to give an annual award to “the best new play by an American playwright produced in New York.” The prize itself is to be the Poor Plaque, designed by artist Henry Varnum Poor: a silver relief depicting a performance at the John Street Theatre, an 18th-century Manhattan playhouse. Among the changes recommended by the city's audit was that the Black Repertory open up its board to community members instead of relying only on family members and a few trusted insiders.

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A Concept of Dramatic Genre and the Comedy of a New Type:

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She, who is more calm, knows that it is at the south entry; she gives clear and distinct answers to all his incoherent questions, but he returns none to that which she puts to him. SPAN: Journal of the South Pacific Association for Commonwealth Literature and Language Studies 36 (1993): 320-29. DVD 6808; vhs Video/C 3463 [Ginsberg, Allen] No More to Say & Nothing to Weep For: An Elegy for Allen Ginsberg This production features a biographical look at the life of Allen Ginsberg beginning with his early childhood.

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