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Edité par European Interuniversity Press, Belgium (2009)
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Description du livre European Interuniversity Press, Belgium, 2009. Paperback. État : New. 1st New edition. 216 x 150 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. This book is about watching theatre; and how to utilise a corporeal semiotics to read genres of contemporary theatre. It suggests that three key concepts interact: genre, the formal term that structures theatricality, including the textual grammar of a dramatic work, its performance style, theatrical frame, and mode of rhetorical address; corporeality, an assemblage of the troubling physical work of the actors, the figurative forms in the text, and the ambivalent bodies of the spectators; and performance, the presenting of theatre as symbolic action in the social world. In order to develop new models of embodied spectatorship, these essays examine canonical productions of Medea, King Lear, Miss Julie, Genesi: The Museum of Sleep directed by Deborah Warner, Barrie Kosky, Anne Bogart, and Romeo Castellucci. With close attention to bodies and texts in performance, the book argues that to watch theatre is an intimate, yet political, atunement to processes of human transfiguration. It concludes by offering a reinvigorated perspective on tragedy and tragic experience in the theatre. N° de réf. du libraire AAZ9789052010274

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Description du livre European Interuniversity Press, Belgium, 2009. Paperback. État : New. 1st New edition. 216 x 150 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. This book is about watching theatre; and how to utilise a corporeal semiotics to read genres of contemporary theatre. It suggests that three key concepts interact: genre, the formal term that structures theatricality, including the textual grammar of a dramatic work, its performance style, theatrical frame, and mode of rhetorical address; corporeality, an assemblage of the troubling physical work of the actors, the figurative forms in the text, and the ambivalent bodies of the spectators; and performance, the presenting of theatre as symbolic action in the social world. In order to develop new models of embodied spectatorship, these essays examine canonical productions of Medea, King Lear, Miss Julie, Genesi: The Museum of Sleep directed by Deborah Warner, Barrie Kosky, Anne Bogart, and Romeo Castellucci. With close attention to bodies and texts in performance, the book argues that to watch theatre is an intimate, yet political, atunement to processes of human transfiguration. It concludes by offering a reinvigorated perspective on tragedy and tragic experience in the theatre. N° de réf. du libraire AAZ9789052010274

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Description du livre European Interuniversity Press. Paperback. État : new. BRAND NEW, To Watch Theatre: Essays on Genre and Corporeality (1st New edition), Rachel Fensham, This book is about watching theatre; and how to utilise a corporeal semiotics to read genres of contemporary theatre. It suggests that three key concepts interact: genre, the formal term that structures theatricality, including the textual grammar of a dramatic work, its performance style, theatrical frame, and mode of rhetorical address; corporeality, an assemblage of the troubling physical work of the actors, the figurative forms in the text, and the ambivalent bodies of the spectators; and performance, the presenting of theatre as symbolic action in the social world. In order to develop new models of embodied spectatorship, these essays examine canonical productions of Medea, King Lear, Miss Julie, Genesi: The Museum of Sleep directed by Deborah Warner, Barrie Kosky, Anne Bogart, and Romeo Castellucci. With close attention to bodies and texts in performance, the book argues that to watch theatre is an intimate, yet political, atunement to processes of human transfiguration. It concludes by offering a reinvigorated perspective on tragedy and tragic experience in the theatre. N° de réf. du libraire B9789052010274

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Edité par P.I.E.-Peter Lang S.A (2009)
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Description du livre P.I.E.-Peter Lang S.A, 2009. État : New. Editor(s): Fensham, Rachel. Series: Dramaturgies. Num Pages: 191 pages. BIC Classification: ANH; JFSJ1. Category: (P) Professional & Vocational. Dimension: 152 x 220 x 12. Weight in Grams: 280. . 2009. 1st New edition. Paperback. . . . . . N° de réf. du libraire V9789052010274

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Edité par P.I.E.-Peter Lang S.A
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Description du livre P.I.E.-Peter Lang S.A. État : New. Editor(s): Fensham, Rachel. Series: Dramaturgies. Num Pages: 191 pages. BIC Classification: ANH; JFSJ1. Category: (P) Professional & Vocational. Dimension: 152 x 220 x 12. Weight in Grams: 280. . 2009. 1st New edition. Paperback. . . . . Books ship from the US and Ireland. N° de réf. du libraire V9789052010274

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Edité par Bruxelles, Bern, Berlin, Frankfurt am Main, New York, Oxford, Wien, 2009. 191 pp., 1 table (2009)
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Description du livre Bruxelles, Bern, Berlin, Frankfurt am Main, New York, Oxford, Wien, 2009. 191 pp., 1 table, 2009. État : New. This book is about watching theatre; and how to utilise a corporeal semiotics to read genres of contemporary theatre. It suggests that three key concepts interact: genre, the formal term that structures theatricality, including the textual grammar of a dramatic work, its performance style, theatrical frame, and mode of rhetorical address; corporeality, an assemblage of the troubling physical work of the actors, the figurative forms in the text, and the ambivalent bodies of the spectators; and performance, the presenting of theatre as symbolic action in the social world. In order to develop new models of embodied spectatorship, these essays examine canonical productions of Medea, King Lear, Miss Julie, Genesi: The Museum of Sleep directed by Deborah Warner, Barrie Kosky, Anne Bogart, and Romeo Castellucci. With close attention to bodies and texts in performance, the book argues that to watch theatre is an intimate, yet political, atunement to processes of human transfiguration. It concludes by offering a reinvigorated perspective on tragedy and tragic experience in the theatre. N° de réf. du libraire 21027

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