This exciting new text is devoted to the investigation of experimental group performance types, featuring readers theatre and chamber theatre as well as ethnographic studies, conversation analysis, and personal narratives Author Judy Yordon captures the creativity and diversity of group performance while offering students a wealth of practical information She describes and defines the theories behind these experimental theater forms, but focuses primarily on the methods and techniques involved in creating scripts and staging productions Thus, readers are provided with the tools they need to formulate their own unique productions Experimental Theatre Creating and Staging Texts features sparkling examples from a variety of literary sources as well as abundant exercises designed to stimulate creative thinking and enhance readers understanding of the content....
|Title||:||Experimental Theatre: Creating and Staging Texts|
|Publisher||:||Waveland Pr Inc July 1, 1996|
|Number of Pages||:||356 pages|
|File Size||:||975 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Experimental Theatre: Creating and Staging Texts Reviews
I bought this book for a college course. Helped a lot with reports and the writing was clear and concise.