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Theatre and Time

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 88
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Theatre And

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06 October 2014

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This fascinating account of the relationship between theatre and time explores how different concepts of time - including linear clock time, the cyclical time of the planets and seasons, the rhythms of the body and...

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This fascinating account of the relationship between theatre and time explores how different concepts of time - including linear clock time, the cyclical time of the planets and seasons, the rhythms of the body and individual memories - have impacted on and been reinforced by theatre throughout history, from medieval times to the present day.

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A new title in this highly successful and established series of 'short, sharp shots' for Theatre students
David Wiles is a high profile Theatre academic with an internationally outstanding reputation




Acknowledgements
Series Editors' Preface
1. What is Time?
2. Rhythm 1: Rhythms of the Earth
3. Rhythm 2: Rhythms of the Body
4. Theatre and Memory
5. Clock Time
Bibliography
Index.
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David Wiles is Professor of Drama at the University of Exeter, UK. He is the co-editor of The Cambridge Companion to Theatre History and author of Theatre and Citizenship: The History of a Practice and Mask and Performance: The Greek Tragedy, amongst many other publications.

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David Wiles is Professor of Drama at the University of Exeter, UK. He is the co-editor of The Cambridge Companion to Theatre History and author of Theatre and Citizenship: The History of a Practice and Mask and Performance: The Greek Tragedy, amongst many other publications.

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