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New Theatre Quarterly 75
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  • Page extent: 98 pages
  • Size: 247 x 174 mm
  • Weight: 0.214 kg

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 (ISBN-13: 9780521535908 | ISBN-10: 0521535905)

New Theatre Quarterly provides a lively international forum where theatrical scholarship and practice can meet, and where prevailing dramatic assumptions can be subjected to vigorous critical questioning. Articles in volume 75 include: New Voices in New Theatre Quarterly; Learning the Facts of Life: Forty Years as a TV Dramatist; Look at the Clouds: Migration and West Sumatran 'Popular' Theatre; The Limits of Theatre: Academic versus Professional Understanding of Theatre Problems; Glory Box: Tim Miller's Autobiography of the Future; 'As Rude As You Like - Honest': Theatre Criticism and the Law; Justus Leibig Universitat Giessen: a New Direction in German Theatre Training; Brecht's Use of Maristral and Socratic Dialogue as a Model for Progressive Education.

Contents

New Voices in New Theatre Quarterly Simon Trussler; Learning the Facts of Life: Forty Years as a TV Dramatist Alan Plater; Look at the Clouds: Migration and West Sumatran 'Popular' Theatre Matthew Isaac Cohen; The Limits of Theatre: Academic versus Professional Understanding of Theatre Problems Julian Meyrick; Glory Box: Tim Miller's Autobiography of the Future Dee Heddon; 'As Rude As You Like - Honest': Theatre Criticism and the Law David Roberts; Justus Leibig Universitat Giessen: a New Direction in German Theatre Training Steve Earnest; Brecht's Use of Maristral and Socratic Dialogue as a Model for Progressive Education Elizabeth Russo.

Contributors

Simon Trussler, Alan Plater, Matthew Isaac Cohen, Julian Meyrick, Dee Heddon, David Roberts, Steve Earnest, Elizabeth Russo

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