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Performance in the Twenty. has been added to your Cart. Andy Lavender is a Professor of Theatre and Performance and Head of the School of Arts at the University of Surrey.

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Andy Lavender argues provocatively that after the ‘classic’ postmodern tropes of detachment, irony, and contingency, performance in the twenty-first century engages more overtly with meaning, politics and society. It involves a newly pronounced form of personal experience, often implicating the body and/or one’s sense of self.

Introduction - Theatres of engagement: performance after postmodernism - On mediating performance. The visible voice (or, the word made flesh): political presence and performative utterance in the public sphere - In the mix: intermedial theatre and hybridity - Feeling the event: from mise en scene to mise en sensibilite - On (not) being an actor. Sinc Scenes of engagement. Introduction - Theatres of engagement: performance after postmodernism - On mediating performance.

Автор: Lavender Andy Название: Performance in the Twenty-First Century: Theatres of. .

Andy Lavender argues provocatively that after the classic postmodern tropes of detachment, irony, and contingency, performance in the twenty-first century engages more overtly with meaning, politics and society. It involves a newly pronounced form of personal experience, often implicating the body and/or ones sense of self.

Andy Lavender argues provocatively that after the ‘classic’ postmodern tropes of detachment, irony, and contingency, performance in the twenty-first century engages more overtly with meaning, politics and society

Andy Lavender argues provocatively that after the ‘classic’ postmodern tropes of detachment, irony, and contingency, performance in the twenty-first century engages more overtly with meaning, politics and society.

Andy Lavender argues provocatively that after the 'classic' postmodern tropes of detachment, irony, and contingency, performance in the twenty-first century engages more overtly with meaning, politics and society. It involves a newly pronounced form of personal experience, often implicating the body and/or one's sense of self.

What others are saying First published in English in 1965, this timeless classic explores the psychological effects of colonialism on colonized and colonizers alike. Slavery and Oppression. What others are saying.

What others are saying. Performance in the twenty-first century : theatres of engagement, Andy Lavender Publicación London ; New York : Routledge, 2016. Performance in the Twenty-First Century (eBook Rental). First published in English in 1965, this timeless classic explores the psychological effects of colonialism on colonized and colonizers alike. The Colonizer and the Colonized: Albert Memmi, Jean-Paul Sartre, Susan Gibson. It involves a newly pronounced form of personal experience, often implicating the body and/or one s sense of self.

Performance in the Twenty-First Century: Theatres of Engagement addresses the reshaping of theatre and performance after postmodernism. Andy Lavender argues provocatively that after the ‘classic’ postmodern tropes of detachment, irony, and contingency, performance in the twenty-first century engages more overtly with meaning, politics and society. It involves a newly pronounced form of personal experience, often implicating the body and/or one’s sense of self.

This volume examines a range of performance events, including work by both emergent and internationally significant companies and artists such as Rimini Protokoll, Blast Theory, dreamthinkspeak, Zecora Ura, Punchdrunk, Ontroerend Goed, Kris Verdonck, Dries Verhoeven, Rabih Mroué, Derren Brown and David Blaine. It also considers a wider range of cultural phenomena such as online social networking, sports events, installations, games-based work and theme parks, where principles of performance are in play.

Performance in the Twenty-FirstCentury is a compelling and provocative resource for anybody interested in discovering how performance theory can be applied to cutting-edge culture, and indeed the world around them.


Performance in the Twenty-First Century: Theatres of Engagement download epub
Performing Arts
Author: Andy Lavender
ISBN: 0415592356
Category: Arts & Photography
Subcategory: Performing Arts
Language: English
Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (June 9, 2016)
Pages: 248 pages