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Dramaturgy and Performance (2nd Edition)

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Pages: 256
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Theatre and Performance Practices

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Outlining different perspectives, this classic and field-defining text introduces 'dramaturgy' as a critical concept and a practical process in an accessible and engaging style. The revised edition includes a new...

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Outlining different perspectives, this classic and field-defining text introduces 'dramaturgy' as a critical concept and a practical process in an accessible and engaging style. The revised edition includes a new introduction and afterword which provides insight into contemporary developments and future directions of scholarship.

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Refreshed edition of this seminal text, written by two leading figures in the field
Includes a fully revised introduction, an entirely new afterword and an expanded bibliography
Dramaturgy is a key topic on undergraduate and Alevel Theatre and Performance courses and this book features on most reading lists

General Editors' Preface
Introduction
PART I:
1. What is Dramaturgy?
2. Brecht's Productive Dramaturgy: From Emblem to 'Golden Motor'
3. Names and Identities: Political Dramaturgies in Britain
PART II:
4. The Dramaturg and the Theatre Institution
5. The Dramaturg and the Playwright
6. The Production Dramaturg
7. The Dramaturg and Devising: Shaping a Dramaturgy
8. Millennial Dramaturgies
Afterword
Bibliography
Index.

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Cathy Turner is Senior Lecturer in Drama at the University of Exeter, UK. She is co-editor of Palgrave's New Dramaturgies series and author of Dramaturgy and Architecture (Palgrave, 2015). She is a core member of Wrights & Sites, a group of four site-specific artists and authors of A Mis-Guide to Anywhere (2006).

Synne Behrndt is Senior Lecturer in Performing Arts at the University of Winchester, UK. She is co-editor of Palgrave's New Dramaturgies series. She is also a dramaturg who has worked for directors and companies both in Denmark and England and is the co-founder of artist network, Secret Hotel.

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Cathy Turner is Senior Lecturer in Drama at the University of Exeter, UK. She is co-editor of Palgrave's New Dramaturgies series and author of Dramaturgy and Architecture (Palgrave, 2015). She is a core member of Wrights & Sites, a group of four site-specific artists and authors of A Mis-Guide to Anywhere (2006).

Synne Behrndt is Senior Lecturer in Performing Arts at the University of Winchester, UK. She is co-editor of Palgrave's New Dramaturgies series. She is also a dramaturg who has worked for directors and companies both in Denmark and England and is the co-founder of artist network, Secret Hotel.

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