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Theatre in Transformation
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Theatre in Transformation

Artistic Processes and Cultural Policy in South Africa

Theatre is a mirror of society; artists are seismographs in processes of transformation. The book is based on a research about Cultural Policy in post-apartheid South Africa.
Independent Theatre in Contemporary Europe
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Independent Theatre in Contemporary Europe

Structures – Aesthetics – Cultural Policy

What about the state of independent theatre? A reflection about the last 20 years – and agile insights in heterogeneous european productions.
Performing the Digital
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Performing the Digital

Performativity and Performance Studies in Digital Cultures

»Performing the Digital« maps the registers of performance at work in digital cultures and seeks to place performance studies in today's media landscapes.
Hawaiian Hula `Olapa
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Hawaiian Hula `Olapa

Stylized Embodiment, Percussion, and Chanted Oral Poetry

Hula `Olapa, a performance tradition of Hawaii, shapes and transmits oral history via a distinct set of performative means of framing and stylization.
Realism as Protest
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Release date: 2015-07-10

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Realism as Protest

Kluge, Schlingensief, Haneke

This groundbreaking study explores the antagonistic realist aesthetic generated by the experimental work of Kluge, Schlingensief and Haneke.
Theater in Lebanon
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Release date: 2005-10-27

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Theater in Lebanon

Production, Reception and Confessionalism

With a rich history of conflicts, a society full of contrasts, Lebanon presents a theater not less fascinating with its wide spectrum of social peculiarities. Confessionalism, which crystallizes to a key concept in the social balance as well as its misbalance, defines the images of the »self« and of the »other« within the Christian and Moslem social worlds and in the manner they interrelate with each other. It also generates a complex base for the interpretation of theatrical signs and symbols, theater being another stage for interaction between two conflicting social worlds. This book sheds a light on theater in Lebanon, its production and reception, the significance of theatrical performance and its implications, and the many categories ruling this phenomenon.

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