Play Drama Thought

Filename: play-drama-thought.pdf
ISBN: 0889242135
Release Date: 1989-11-01
Number of pages: 266
Author: Richard Courtney
Publisher: Dundurn

Download and read online Play Drama Thought in PDF and EPUB Richard Courtney has extensively revised and updated his most famous work, Play, Drama & Thought, the definitive text on the intellectual and theoretical background to drama and the relevance of drama in education.



Drama and Theatre in Education

Filename: drama-and-theatre-in-education.pdf
ISBN: 1895712882
Release Date: 1996
Number of pages: 313
Author: John Somers
Publisher: Captus Press

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Friedrich Schiller

Filename: friedrich-schiller.pdf
ISBN: 0521308178
Release Date: 1991-06-13
Number of pages: 389
Author: Lesley Sharpe
Publisher: Cambridge University Press

Download and read online Friedrich Schiller in PDF and EPUB Lesley Sharpe assesses Schiller's development as a dramatist, poet and thinker against the background of his life.


Drama and Intelligence

Filename: drama-and-intelligence.pdf
ISBN: 0773507663
Release Date: 1990
Number of pages: 190
Author: Richard Courtney
Publisher: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP

Download and read online Drama and Intelligence in PDF and EPUB One of the greatest dramatists of all time, Shakespeare, recognized that dramatic action was not limited to the stage. Now, in Drama and Intelligence, a work firmly rooted in developmental drama, Richard Courtney is the first to examine dramatic action as an intellectual and cognitive activity. Courtney explores the nature of those experiences we live "through" and which involve us in what is termed "as if" thinking and action.


Performing Economic Thought English Drama and Mercantile Writing 1600 1642

Filename: performing-economic-thought-english-drama-and-mercantile-writing-1600-1642.pdf
ISBN: 9780748684663
Release Date: 2013-12-01
Number of pages: 256
Author: Bradley Ryner
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press

Download and read online Performing Economic Thought English Drama and Mercantile Writing 1600 1642 in PDF and EPUB This study examines the structural similarities between English mercantile treatises and drama c1600-1642. Bradley D. Ryner analyses the representational conventions of plays and mercantile treatises written between the chartering of the English East India Company in 1600 and the closing of the public playhouses at the outset of the English Civil War in 1642. He shows that playwrights' manipulation of specific elements of theatrical representation - such as metaphor, props, dramatic character, stage space, audience interaction, and genre - exacerbated the tension between the aspects of the world taken into account by a particular representation and those aspects that it neglects.


Supporting Drama and Imaginative Play in the Early Years

Filename: supporting-drama-and-imaginative-play-in-the-early-years.pdf
ISBN: 9780335231751
Release Date: 2001-09-01
Number of pages: 161
Author: Lesley Hendy
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education (UK)

Download and read online Supporting Drama and Imaginative Play in the Early Years in PDF and EPUB Written for the wide range of practitioners working with young children, this book gives guidance on both the theory and the practical management of drama in the Early Years. The relationship between 'pretend play' and the cognitive and affective development of young children is emphasised, having much to inform us about the children in our care.


Building Moral Communities Through Educational Drama

Filename: building-moral-communities-through-educational-drama.pdf
ISBN: 1567504027
Release Date: 1999
Number of pages: 255
Author: Betty Jane Wagner
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group

Download and read online Building Moral Communities Through Educational Drama in PDF and EPUB Fills a wide gap in the research literature on effective teaching strategies to build better social skills, conflict management competence, and deep understanding of history, literature, and social interactions and organization.


Shakespeare s Drama

Filename: shakespeare-s-drama.pdf
ISBN: 9781136560415
Release Date: 2013-10-11
Number of pages: 192
Author: Una Ellis-Fermor
Publisher: Routledge

Download and read online Shakespeare s Drama in PDF and EPUB First published in 1980. This collection of essays by the first General Editor of the New Arden Shakespeare brings together the best of Ellis-Fermor's Shespearean criticism, in addition to outstanding essays on Coriolanus and Troilus and Cressida. Collected and edited by Kenneth Muir, the book is prefaced by an appreciation of Ellis-Fermor's work.


Anton Chekhov s Life and Thought

Filename: anton-chekhov-s-life-and-thought.pdf
ISBN: 0810114607
Release Date: 1973
Number of pages: 494
Author: Anton Pavlovich Chekhov
Publisher: Northwestern University Press

Download and read online Anton Chekhov s Life and Thought in PDF and EPUB First published in 1973, this collection of Chekhov's correspondence is widely regarded as the best introduction to this great Russian writer. Weighted heavily toward the correspondence dealing with literary and intellectual matters, this extremely informative collection provides fascinating insight into Chekhov's development as a writer. Michael Henry Heim's excellent translation and Simon Karlinsky's masterly headnotes make this volume an essential text for anyone interested in Chekhov.


An Anthology of Austrian Drama

Filename: an-anthology-of-austrian-drama.pdf
ISBN: 0838620035
Release Date: 1981-12-31
Number of pages: 442
Author: Douglas A. Russell
Publisher: Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press

Download and read online An Anthology of Austrian Drama in PDF and EPUB Opens with a history of the dramatic art of Austria, followed by six representative plays, each of which has an introduction that details its playwright's distinct contribution to an obviously rich and honored tradition.


The Idea of the Theater in Latin Christian Thought

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ISBN: 0472025155
Release Date: 2009-12-18
Number of pages: 204
Author: Donnalee Dox
Publisher: University of Michigan Press

Download and read online The Idea of the Theater in Latin Christian Thought in PDF and EPUB "Through well-informed and nuanced readings of key documents from the fourth through fourteenth centuries, this book challenges historians' long-held beliefs about how concepts of Greco-Roman theater survived the fall of Rome and the Middle Ages, and contributed to the dramatic triumphs of the Renaissance. Dox's work is a significant contribution to the history of ideas that will change forever the standard narrative of the birth and development of theatrical activity in medieval Europe." ---Margaret Knapp, Arizona State University "...an elegantly concise survey of the way classical notions of theater have been interpreted in the Latin Middle Ages. Dox convincingly demonstrates that far from there being a single 'medieval' attitude towards theater, there was in fact much debate about how theater could be understood to function within Christian tradition, even in the so-called 'dark ages' of Western culture. This book makes an innovative contribution to studies of the history of the theater, seen in terms of the history of ideas, rather than of practice." ---Constant Mews, Director, Centre for the Study of Religion & Theology, University of Monash, Australia "In the centuries between St. Augustine and Bartholomew of Bruges, Christian thought gradually moved from a brusque rejection of classical theater to a progressively nuanced and positive assessment of its value. In this lucidly written study, Donnalee Dox adds an important facet to our understanding of the Christian reaction to, and adaptation of, classical culture in the centuries between the Church Fathers and the rediscovery of Aristotle." ---Philipp W. Rosemann, University of Dallas This book considers medieval texts that deal with ancient theater as documents of Latin Christianity's intellectual history. As an exercise in medieval historiography, this study also examines biases in modern scholarship that seek links between these texts and performance practices. The effort to bring these texts together and place them in their intellectual contexts reveals a much more nuanced and contested discourse on Greco-Roman theater and medieval theatrical practice than has been acknowledged. The book is arranged chronologically and shows the medieval foundations for the Early Modern integration of dramatic theory and theatrical performance. The Idea of the Theater in Latin Christian Thought will be of interest to theater historians, intellectual historians, and those who work on points of contact between the European Middle Ages and Renaissance. The broad range of documents discussed (liturgical treatises, scholastic commentaries, philosophical tracts, and letters spanning many centuries) renders individual chapters useful to philosophers, aestheticians, and liturgists as well as to historians and historiographers. For theater historians, this study offers an alternative reading of familiar texts which may alter our understanding of the emergence of dramatic and theatrical traditions in the West. Because theater is rarely considered as a component of intellectual projects in the Middle Ages, this study opens a new topic in the writing of medieval intellectual history.


Working on the Play and the Role

Filename: working-on-the-play-and-the-role.pdf
ISBN: 9781461720980
Release Date: 1992-06-01
Number of pages: 187
Author: Irina Levin
Publisher: Ivan R. Dee

Download and read online Working on the Play and the Role in PDF and EPUB In order to create a living character on the stage, the actor needs more than masterful technique. He must work on the play in a way that will enable him to understand the meaning of each of the roles in it, and the nature of the relations between these roles. Stanislavsky developed his method of working on the play and the role over many years, but because it was constantly being modified and improved, only fragments of the method were ever recorded. Now Irina and Igor Levin have systematized the method, clearly setting forth its principles and demonstrating precisely how they are put to use. Using the complete text of Chekhov's The Cherry Orchard and breaking it into individual "events;" they take the reader through each situation in the play, exploring the motivations and feelings of the characters. The reader emerges with a fine understanding of the play and its roles, and with a method that can be used successfully to analyze any drama. "An excellent book, highly useful for actors and directors both in its principles and in its detailed analyses of text and subtext."—Nicholas Rudall, Court Theatre.


Japanese Viewpoints

Filename: japanese-viewpoints.pdf
ISBN: UVA:X000650820
Release Date: 1962
Number of pages: 92
Author: John Thomas Meskill
Publisher:

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