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Theatre and globalization

Patrick Lonergan

Theatre and globalization

Irish drama in the Celtic Tiger era

by Patrick Lonergan

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Published by Palgrave Macmillan in Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • English drama -- Irish authors -- History and criticism,
  • English drama -- 20th century -- History and criticism,
  • Theater -- Ireland -- History -- 20th century,
  • Theater and globalization -- Ireland -- History -- 20th century,
  • Literature and globalization -- Ireland -- History -- 20th century,
  • Culture and globalization -- Ireland -- History -- 20th century,
  • National characteristics in literature,
  • Multiculturalism in literature,
  • National characteristics in the theater

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    Other titlesTheater and globalization : Irish drama in the Celtic Tiger era
    StatementPatrick Lonergan.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPR8789 .L66 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18608114M
    ISBN 100230214282
    ISBN 109780230214286
    LC Control Number2008029941

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    This means that all productions of The Phantom of the Opera are, to a very significant extent, identical. Musicals are the performances that are mostly affected by globalisation. The contributions demonstrate that there was much more at stake and a much larger investment of ideological and economic capital than a simple dichotomy between East versus West or socialism versus capitalism might suggest. The Phantom of the opera, by looking at statistics has gained in all these years a total of five billion US dollars; this could be compared to the income the money that the three most profitable movies of all times have made. The Era, London's theatrical trade paper, emphasized 'the fine plays and well-equipped companies he presented which became famous in all parts of the world, many stars appearing under his management, and the Bandman Opera Company, with all the latest musical comedy successes, was exceedingly popular everywhere in the East.


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Theatre and globalization book

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Rosebudlocated one hour east of Calgaryis home to Rosebud TheatreAlberta's only rural professional theatre. The contributions demonstrate that there was much more at stake and a much larger investment of ideological and economic capital than a simple dichotomy between East versus West or socialism versus capitalism might suggest.

When the productions move all that it is left are empty theatres.

Theatre & Globalization

This book tells the reader what is Globalization and describes the role of theatre in a globalizing world. Culture, and theatrical culture in particular with its high degree of representational power, was recognized as an important medium in Theatre and globalization book ideological struggles that characterize this epoch.

This book was written by Peter Buse who is now a lecturer in English after his studies at Alberta University. Culture, and theatrical culture in particular with its high degree of representational power, was recognized as an important medium in the ideological struggles that characterize this epoch.

Most importantly, the volume explores how theatre can be reconceptualized in terms of transnational or even global processes which, it will be argued, were an integral part of Cold War rivalries.

Her current research interests include international touring theatre in the 19th century, theatre and migration and Performance Art in Eastern Europe during the Cold War. And there are some very good jokes.

They represent in turn a variety of perspectives, methodologies and theatrical genres, including not only Bertolt Brecht, Jerzy Grotowski and Peter Brook, but also Polish folk-dancing, documentary theatre and opera production. Thomas Friedman is a journalist for New York times. Read Online 4 MB Download This book examines how the Cold War had a far-reaching impact on theatre by presenting a range of current scholarship on the topic from scholars from a dozen countries.

When you buy the rights to put on Phantom of the Opera, you're not given a score and a script and told to get on with it; you buy the original production: sets, costumes, direction, lighting, the poster, and all the merchandise.

Acting on the Cold War; Anja Kloeck.This book begins by defining globalization from a range of competing definitions. It suggests a number of ways that we might understand theatre’s relation with globalization, from the standardized products of McTheatre to forms of theatre that are resistant to the global, like community theatre.

'Globalization, History, Historiography: The Making of a Modern Indian Theatre' analyzes how global economic, cultural, and political dynamics produced a new 'Modern Indian Theatre' during the two sequences of globalization that occured between the mid-eighteenth and the mid-twentieth centuries.

Jan 15,  · Globalization is transforming theatre everywhere. As writers seek to exploit new opportunities to produce their work internationally, audiences are seeing the world – and the stage – differently. And, as national borders became more fluid, the barriers between economics and culture are also becoming atlasbowling.coms: 1.

“Theatre, Globalization, and the Cold War brings together a diverse group of scholars to broaden examples and ultimately understandings of the role of theatrical culture during the Cold War.

The transnational focus of this collection places more familiar sites alongside less studied ‘battlefields,’ in order to consider the many ways that power was contested in and through performance.” (Kate Elswit.

Globalization largely refers to the movement toward an integrated global economy, marked by the free exchange of goods and capital. In popular discourse, Globalization is often related to the Internet revolution, the neo-liberal or free-market economies and the predominantly western political, economic and cultural style.

Asian Theatre and Globalization: Historical Perspectives1 Christopher Balme (LMU Munich) In the one hundred and fifty years stretching roughly between and the nature of theatre was transformed radically throughout the world as it changed from being a predominantly locally defined, practiced and experienced cultural form to one.