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Dramaturgy and Performance

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 256
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Theatre and Performance Practices

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Hardcover - 9781403996558

15 December 2007

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There is a growing interest in 'dramaturgy' as a critical concept and as a practical process. Outlining different perspectives this book introduces both concept and practice in an accessible and engaging style. Using case...

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There is a growing interest in 'dramaturgy' as a critical concept and as a practical process. Outlining different perspectives this book introduces both concept and practice in an accessible and engaging style. Using case studies and suggesting areas of further study, the authors provide an insight into contemporary debates and new directions

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Dramaturgy is a key topic on undergraduate and Alevel Theatre and Performance courses
There are currently no student books available which outline and introduce the concept of dramaturgy
Dramaturgy is a growing and topical area of theatre practice

Introduction
PART I:
What is Dramaturgy?
Brecht's productive dramaturgy: from emblem to 'golden motor'
Names and Identities: Political dramaturgies in Britain
PART II:
Introduction: The Dramaturg and the Theatre Institution
The Dramaturg and the Playwright
The Production Dramaturg
The Dramaturg and Devising: Shaping a Dramaturgy
PART III:
Millennial Dramaturgies
Bibliography
Index
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CATHY TURNER is a lecturer in Performing Arts at the University of Winchester, UK. She was formerly an AHRB Research Fellow in the Creative and Performing Arts at Exeter University and is also a core member of Wrights & Sites, a group of four site-specific artits, authors of A Mis-Guide to Anywhere.

SYNNE BEHRNDT is a lecturer in Performing Arts at the University of Winchester, UK. She is a dramaturg who has worked for directors and companies both in Denmark and England and is the co-founder of artist network, Secret Hotel. Her main areas of interest and teaching are contemporary devising practices and new dramaturgies in text, dance and live performance.

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CATHY TURNER is a lecturer in Performing Arts at the University of Winchester, UK. She was formerly an AHRB Research Fellow in the Creative and Performing Arts at Exeter University and is also a core member of Wrights & Sites, a group of four site-specific artits, authors of A Mis-Guide to Anywhere.

SYNNE BEHRNDT is a lecturer in Performing Arts at the University of Winchester, UK. She is a dramaturg who has worked for directors and companies both in Denmark and England and is the co-founder of artist network, Secret Hotel. Her main areas of interest and teaching are contemporary devising practices and new dramaturgies in text, dance and live performance.

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