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Land/scape/theater

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Published by University of Michigan Press in Ann Arbor .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Theater,
  • Drama -- History and criticism,
  • Landscape in literature

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    StatementElinor Fuchs and Una Chaudhuri, editors.
    SeriesTheater--theory/text/performance
    ContributionsFuchs, Elinor., Chaudhuri, Una, 1951-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPN2020 .L32 2002
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 390 p. :
    Number of Pages390
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3553383M
    ISBN 100472097202, 0472067206
    LC Control Number2002005412

    Japanese Theater Flyer: Land Scape. Yukiko Tomita (ecADHOC). | The Gurafiku archive of Japanese graphic design is a collection of visual research surveying the . Chaudhuri, Una and Elinor Fuchs, eds. Land/Scape/Theater () Fried, Larry and Theresa J. May. Greening Up Our Houses: A Guide to a More Ecologically Sound Theatre, with New York: Drama Book Publishers, * Giannachi, Gabriella and Stewart Nigel, eds. Performing Nature: Explorations in Ecology and the Arts. Bern, Switzerland: Peter Lang.

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    Elinor Fuchs is the author or editor of five books, including The Death of Character: Reflections on Theater After Modernism, winner of the George Jean Nathan Award in Dramatic Criticism, Land/Scape/Theater co-edited with Una Chaudhuri, and Making an Exit, a family memoir which has led to many speaking invitations on issues of dementia and has published . Abstract. Ghosts are hard to escape in modern and contemporary culture: in film and television dramas, novels, poetry, fine art and installation — and, particularly, we argue in this book Author: Mary Luckhurst, Emilie Morin.


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Full Description: "Land/Scape/Theater proposes landscape as a necessary paradigm for understanding modern theater's increasingly spatialized aesthetic as well as its engagement with the cultural meanings of place and space. Embracing subjects as diverse as the "landscape dramaturgy" of Suzan-Lori Parks, Artaud's trip to the Sierra Madre,Gertrude Stein's landscape.

Land/Scape/Theater proposes landscape as a necessary paradigm for understanding modern theater's increasingly spatialized aesthetic as well as its engagement with the cultural meanings of place and space.

Embracing subjects as diverse as the "landscape dramaturgy" of Suzan-Lori Parks, Artaud's trip to the Sierra Madre,Gertrude Stein's landscape theory and practice, Author: Elinor Fuchs. Land/Scape/Theater proposes landscape as a necessary paradigm for understanding modern theater's increasingly spatialized aesthetic as well as its engagement with the cultural meanings of place and space.

Embracing subjects as diverse as the "landscape dramaturgy" of Suzan-Lori Parks, Artaud's trip to the Sierra Madre, Gertrude Stein's landscape theory and practice.

Land/Scape/Theater proposes landscape as a necessary paradigm for understanding modern theater's increasingly spatialized aesthetic as well as its engagement with the cultural meanings of place and space.

Embracing subjects as diverse as the "landscape dramaturgy" of Suzan-Lori Parks, Artaud's trip to the Sierra Madre,Gertrude Stein's landscape theory and practice, Price: $ Land/Scape/Theater proposes landscape as a necessary paradigm for understanding modern theater's increasingly spatialized aesthetic as well as its engagement with the cultural meanings of place and space.

Embracing subjects as diverse as the "landscape dramaturgy" of Suzan-Lori Parks, Artaud's trip to the Sierra Madre,Gertrude Stein's landscape theory and practice. Land/Scape/Theater proposes landscape as a necessary paradigm for understanding modern theater's increasingly spatialized aesthetic as well as its engagement with the cultural meanings of place and space.

Embracing subjects as diverse as the "landscape dramaturgy" of Suzan-Lori Parks, Artaud's trip to the Sierra Madre,Gertrude Stein's landscape theory and practice,4/5. Land/scape/theater. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Elinor Fuchs; Una Chaudhuri.

Land/Scape/Theater by Elinor Fuchs,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.4/5(9). Ilka Ruby is an architect and Andreas Ruby is an architectural critic and theorist.

Since founding their office textbild in they have been committed to a cultural engineering of the discourse on contemporary architecture, writing texts, designing books, curating exhibitions, consulting architects and organising architectural symposia for a wide array of cultural and corporate : Andreas and Ilka Ruby.

Jane Palatini Bowers, “They Watch Me as They Watch This”: Gertrude Stein’s Metadrama (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, ). See also Bowers’s essay, “The Composition That All the World Can See: Gertrude Stein’s Theater Landscapes,” in Land/Scape/Theater, –More recent book-length treatments of Stein’s theater include.

Land/Scape/ By Elinor Fuchs and Una Chaudhuri. Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press, ; pp. $ cloth; $ paper. May 3, - Land/Scape/Theater proposes landscape as a necessary paradigm for understanding modern theater’s increasingly spatialized aesthetic as well as its engagement with the cultural meanings of pla.

Land/Scape/Theater proposes landscape as a necessary paradigm for understanding modern theatre's increasingly spatialised aesthetic as well as its engagement with the cultural meanings of place and space. Embracing subjects as diverse as the "landscape dramaturgy" of Suzan-Lori Parks, Artaud's trip to the Sierra Madre, Gertrude Stein's Author: Elinor Fuchs.

Land/Scape/Theater proposes landscape as a necessary paradigm for understanding modern theater's increasingly spatialized aesthetic as well as its engagement with the cultural meanings of place and space.

Embracing subjects as diverse as the "landscape dramaturgy" of Suzan-Lori Parks, Artaud's trip to the Sierra Madre,Gertrude Stein's landscape Author: Elinor Fuchs. "Land/Scape/Theater" proposes landscape as a necessary paradigm for understanding modern theater's increasingly spatialized aesthetic as well as its engagement with the cultural meanings of place and space.

Embracing subjects as diverse as the "landscape dramaturgy" of Suzan-Lori Parks, Artaud's trip to the Sierra Madre, Gertrude Stein's. Elinor Fuchs is the author or editor of five books, including The Death of Character: Reflections on Theater After Modernism, winner of the George Jean Nathan Award in Dramatic Criticism, Land/Scape/Theater co-edited with Una Chaudhuri, and Making an Exit, a family memoir which has led to many speaking invitations on issues of dementia and : Elinor Fuchs.

Elinor Fuchs is the author or editor of five books, including The Death of Character: Reflections on Theater After Modernism, winner of the George Jean Nathan Award in Dramatic Criticism, Land/Scape/Theater co-edited with Una Chaudhuri, and Making an Exit, a family memoir which has led to many speaking invitations on issues of dementia and aging.

Una Chaudhuri is Collegiate Professor and Professor of English, Drama, and Environmental Studies at New York University. Her publications include No Man’s Stage: A Semiotic Study of Jean Genet’s Drama, Staging Place: The Geography of Modern Drama, Rachel’s Brain and Other Storms: The Performance Scripts of Rachel Rosenthal, and Land/Scape/Theater (co-edited.

After finishing writing Heliogabalus, or The Crowned Anarchist inArtaud meandered from one text to another and read "not only works on Crete, Delphi, Archaic Greece, the Zend-Avesta, the Egyptian Book of the Dead, the Zohar, and the Ietzirah, but the Vedas, the Upanishads, the Ramayama, the Puranas, the Bardo-Thodol, Lao-Tzu, and especially Tao te.

Land/Scape/Theater. Co-edited with Elinor Fuchs. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, Winner of ATHE’s Excellence in Editing Award, Rachel’s Brain and other Storms: The Performance Scripts of Rachel Rosenthal. Edited and with Commentaries by Una Chaudhuri. London: Continuum, Staging Place: The Geography of Modern Drama.

Setting a reading intention helps you organise your reading. You can filter on reading intentions from the list, as well as view them within your profile. Read the guide ×.Staging Place: The Geography of Modern Drama reimagines the content and continuities of theater history and exposes underlying dialogues between "home and homelessness, belonging and exile"—a century-long struggle with the meaning and power of place, which the author terms "geopathology." By reading canonical works in conjunction with contemporary ones.

Books: Land/Scape/Theater Caden Manson (Editor In Chief) February 5, Comments Closed Land/Scape/Theater proposes landscape as a necessary paradigm for understanding modern theater’s increasingly spatialized aesthetic as well as its engagement with the cultural meanings of place and space.