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Author: Mary Luckhurst
Publisher: Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (September 18, 2008)
Language: English
Pages: 312
Category: Art and workmanship
Subcategory: Performing Arts
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Dramaturgy: A Revolution in Theatre is the first substantial history of the origins of dramaturgs and literary managers-people who act as advisers and play-doctors at today's theatres.

Dramaturgy: A Revolution in Theatre is the first substantial history of the origins of dramaturgs and literary managers-people who act as advisers and play-doctors at today's theatres. Mary Luckhurst examines the major theorists and practitioners, arguing that Brecht, Granville Barker and Tynan have central places in this history. Contentious figures, often accused of sinister intent, the numbers of dramaturgs have multiplied considerably in the last few decades.

Dramaturgy: A Revolution in Theatre is a substantial history of the origins . Yazar hakkında (2006). Dramaturgy: A Revolution in Theatre Cambridge Studies in Modern Theatre.

Dramaturgy: A Revolution in Theatre is a substantial history of the origins of dramaturgs and literary managers. It frames the explosion of professional appointments in England within a wider continental map reaching back to the Enlightenment and eighteenth-century Germany, examining the work of the major theorists and practitioners of dramaturgy, from Granville Barker and Gotthold Lessing to Brecht and Tynan. Mary Luckhurst is Senior Lecturer in Drama at the University of York.

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She is a director, writer, theatre historian and an authority on dramaturgy and wrote the first cultural history of literary management in modern Europe

Dramaturgy: A Revolution in Theatre (Cambridge Studies in Modern Theatre).

Dramaturgy: A Revolution in Theatre (Cambridge Studies in Modern Theatre). In the first exhaustive history of the origins of dramaturgs and literary managers-people who act as advisers and play-doctors at today's theatres, Mary Luckhurst examines the major theorists and practitioners, arguing that Brecht, Granville Barker and Tynan have central roles in this history.

Home . Details for: Dramaturgy : a revolution in theatre. Material type: BookSeries: Cambridge studies in modern theatre. Normal view MARC view ISBD view. Dramaturgy : a revolution in theatre a revolution in theatre, Mary Luckhurst. Publisher: Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press,Description: xiii, 297 p. : ill.

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Theatre is a uniquely powerful site for the kind of thinking called for by the crises of climate change. Drawing on studies of immersion, failure and urban dramaturgy in recent theatre and performance discourse, and reflecting on anecdotal experiences of errant immersion in work by dreamthinkspeak and Coney, the article reflects on the creative and constitutive role played by audiences in immersive theatre aesthetics, and assesses the currency of the ‘immersive theatre’ neologism through an address of its core subject: the audience.

Mary Luckhurst is Professor in Modern Drama at the University of York. As this volume seeks to re-shape the modern teaching canon, so the : A Revolution in Theatre-breaks new historical ground

Mary Luckhurst is Professor in Modern Drama at the University of York. She is also a playwright and director. As this volume seeks to re-shape the modern teaching canon, so the : A Revolution in Theatre-breaks new historical ground.

In the first exhaustive history of the origins of dramaturgs and literary managers--people who act as advisers and play-doctors at today's theatres, Mary Luckhurst examines the major theorists and practitioners, arguing that Brecht, Granville Barker and Tynan have central roles in this history. Contentious figures, often accused of sinister intent, the numbers of dramaturgs have multiplied considerably in the last decades. This study inquires as to the political and cultural agendas behind this revolution, and whether dramaturgs are mentors or censors.