3 edition of Perspectives on Irish drama and theatre found in the catalog.
Perspectives on Irish drama and theatre
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Jacqueline Genet and Richard Allen Cave.|
|Series||Irish literary studies -- 33|
|Contributions||Genet, Jacqueline., Cave, Richard Allen.|
|LC Classifications||PR8787 .P47 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 183 p. --|
|Number of Pages||183|
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Perspectives of Irish Drama and TheatreReviews: 1. 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.
Irish Literary Studies series 33 This volume gives a comprehensive view of Irish drama. studied chronologically from the nineteenth century to the present day.
as well as considering its international impact. The study of the plays dealing with the lives of Deirdre and Grania rehabilitates Lady Gregorys Grania. The similarities between Yeats and Beckett are pointed out: both were concerned. 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 playwrights creative process: We write plays, I feel, in order to populate the stage.
Experimental Irish Theatre-Ian R. Walsh This book examines experimental Irish theatre that ran counter to the naturalistic 'peasant' drama that became synonymous with Irish playwriting. Focusing on four marginalised playwrights who premiered works after the death of W.
Yeats, it. The Irish Dramatic Revival: the redefinition of Irish theatre and Perspectives on Irish drama and theatre book birth of the Abbey.
The Dramatic Revival was the story of the Abbey Theatre and the major playwrights who, through their revolutionary and innovative works, radically redefined Irelands cultural and even political landscapes. A new book The Irish Dramatic Revival Irish Studies, Irish Drama, Irish Theatre and Drama, Irish Literary Revival Eamonn Jordan, The Films and Theatre of Conor McPherson (review) This comprehensive book is wide-ranging in not only addressing McPherson's theatre and films as promised in Perspectives on Irish drama and theatre book.
New perspectives on socially engaged performance. The book advances our understanding of performance as a mode of caring and explores the relationship between socially engaged performance and care. It creates a dialogue between theatre and performance, care ethics and other disciplinary areas such as youth and disability studies, nursing.
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 Theatre.
Irish Literature, Irish Theatre, Irish Literature and Culture, Irish Writing "Viewing Wilde, Shaw, Joyce, and Somerville Ross as Revival Writers". Reconstructing the Revival Conference at University College Dublin. 10 September With its fundamental reconception of the politics of Irish drama, this book represents an alternative view of the phenomenon of Irish drama itself.
Reviews Grenes intelligence, erudition and mostly jargon-free lucidity make this, in fact, the best survey of 20th-century Irish playwriting yet written. Catalogue Price: ISBN: May pp; illustrations. The essays in this volume bring together leading Irish and Québécois scholars from eight different disciplines (history, literature, linguistics, design and material culture, ethnomusicology, sociology, theatre and music) to examine historical and contemporary.
In this book Nicholas Grene explores political contexts for some of the outstanding Irish plays from the nineteenth century to the contemporary period. The politics of Irish drama have previously been considered primarily the politics of national self-expression. Here it is argued that Irish plays, in their self-conscious representation of the.
Keywords: Irish drama, They Abbey Theatre, Irish Literary Movement, Irish folklore, Gaelic. Introduction The history of Irish drama is a long and continuous one.
Curiously enough, the emergence of national drama in Ireland is rather late. "Until the end of the 19 th century Ireland had been without any national drama in either the Irish. Shortlisted for the Theatre Book Prize, granted by The Society for Theatre Research"Subscription Theater is a highly valuable study that offers new and original perspectives of the important subscription movement.
The book is a must-read for all interested in British and Irish drama from to "-English Studies. Keynote speakers: Mark Phelan (QUB) Rebecca Schneider (Brown) 'Performance' is how a neo-liberal service economy measures failure or success.
And yet the term remains strangely under-theorised politically in the domain of theatre studies for which conceptions of 'performance' are also central; and this under-theorisation is most notably the case within Irish drama and theatre studies. With sections on Belfast, Dublin, and the provincial theaters, a general and easy-to-read survey of Irish drama between and Fitz-Simon, Christopher.
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Therefore, when citing a paper you get from us in 10(). Patrick Lonergan is Professor of Drama and Theatre Studies at National University of Ireland, Galway and a member of the Royal Irish Academy. 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.
Theatre and Globalization: Irish Drama in the Celtic Tiger Era Book Review, Theatre Journal, Vol No. 4, pps. Staging Resistance: Plays by Women in Translation Book Review, Theatre Journal, Vol No.
3, pps. 1 Anthony Roches new book provides a compact history of the Irish dramatic movement from the first year of the Irish Literary Theatre, initiated by Yeats, Lady Gregory and Edward Martyn, to Yeatss death.
Thus Yeats is construed as the tutelary figure of what Roche refers to as the Irish dramatic revival, yet the book usefully opens up the canon and incorporates discussions of.
Contemporary Irish Drama Cultural Identity. Author: Margaret Llewellyn-Jones. Publisher: Intellect Books. "Within the last ten years there has been a renaissance in Irish drama from both sides of the border, including work which has transferred to London.
In this book, Claire Cochrane maps the experience of theatre across the British Isles during the twentieth century through the social and economic factors which shaped it. Three topographies forand survey the complex plurality of theatre within the nation-state which at the beginning of the century was at the hub of world-wide imperial interests and after one hundred years.
Fathers and Sons at the Abbey Theatre (): A New Perspective on the Study of Irish Drama Paperback Ma by Fabio Luppi (Author) out of 5 stars 1 ratingReviews: 1. Patrick Lonergan is Professor of Drama and Theatre Studies at National University of Ireland, Galway and a member of the Royal Irish Academy.
He has edited or written 12 books on Irish 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.
Fathers and Sons at the Abbey Theatre () A New Perspective on the Study of Irish Drama by Fabio Luppi. Number of Pages: ISBN X ISBN Publisher: BrownWalker Press Year: Category: Music Fine Arts, Literature Literary Criticism Synopsis.
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Her research on globalization, migration, and the evolution of genre has appeared in New Literary History, Journal of Commonwealth Literature, Journal of Modern Literature, and a variety of edited collections. This book discusses early modern English drama as a part of visual culture.
It concerns the ideas about 'making and unmaking' that Shakespeare and his contemporaries may have known and formulated, and how these ideas relate to the author's own critical assumptions about early modern aesthetic experience. A Companion to the British and Irish Novel Edited by Brian W.
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Backscheider and Catherine Ingrassia Irish Drama, Modernity and the Passion Play is a welcome, refreshing contribution to critical studies of twentieth-century Irish drama. It takes its readers on a journey to varied, often unexplored corners as it engages with a wide and eclectic range of plays.
Its detailed and contextualised close readings highlight the richness and complexity of the field of twentieth-century Irish theatre. Patrick Lonergan is Professor of Drama and Theatre Studies at National University of Ireland, Galway and a member of the Royal Irish Academy. 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 5(16).
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A revised and updated version of Modern British Drama,is the first one-volume analysis of English playwriting over the twentieth century. Through detailed discussions of major dramatists and plays, Christopher Innes traces the evolution of modernism from Bernard Shaw to the present as well as theatrical developments over the period.
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.
Summary. "Theatre Histories: An Introduction" is a bold and innovative way of looking both at the way we understand performance and the ways in which history is written. Its chapters offer clearly written overviews of theatre and drama in many world cultures and periods. These and its unique in-depth case studies demonstrate the methods used by.
She is author of Irish Feminist Futures (Routledge, ) and is co-editor of Anne Enright (with Susan Cahill, Irish Academic Press, Spring ) and Viewpoints: Theoretical Perspectives on Irish.
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These are examined within two important contexts: firstly, transformations in the perception of the human body in Irish culture and, secondly, changes in the attitude of the Irish.