The Routledge Companion to Critical Theory. An Introductory Handbook for Dramaturgy. Creating a New Vocabulary. A Very Short Introduction. University of Minnesota Press, Excremental Culture and Hyper-Aesthetics. Toward a History of the Vanishing Present.
From Margin to Center, Perspectives on Theater after Modernism. A Dictionary of Critical Theory. University of Minneapolis Press, Explicit Body in Performance.
Male Homosexuality in Modern Drama. Part 3 provides a sampling of essays for the Nebraska Shakespeare Festival from to Southern Illinois University Press, Lynn, Kirk, and Shawn Sides.
Dramaturgy in American Theatre: Past, Present, and Future. Some Questions to Ask a Play. A Revolution in Theatre.
Creative Writing and Dramaturgy.
An Argument Against Contemporary Theatre. Kroker, Arthur and David Cook. An Introduction to Feminism and Theatre. Creative Writing and Dramaturgy"" contains more than sixty complete essays and pertinent selections from twenty others. Creative Writing and Dramaturgy. Noami Schor and Margaret Whitford.
University of Michigan Press, Beginning with an introduction that outlines the purpose of the dramaturgical essay as well as its usefulness as a tool for teaching how to write for the theatre, Londre provides numerous examples of this specialized literary genre culled from program essays she has written for the Missouri Repertory Theatre, Nebraska Shakespeare Festival, Heart of America Shakespeare Festival, American Heartland Theatre, and Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park.
A Co-consideration of the Dramaturgical role in collaborative Creation. Balibar, Etienne and Immanuel Wallerstein. Part 4 includes essays for the Heart of America Shakespeare Festival from to In part 5, she concludes with The Art of Active Dramaturgy.
Columbia University Press, Oxford Dictionary of Plays — contains list of central to theatre history and their synopses. The Death of Character: On Directing and Dramaturgy:Felicia Hardison Londré examines that artistic process and serves the theatre community well by adding to their resources with her Words at Play: Creative Writing and Dramaturgy.
Readers will¤nd a wealth of useful, practical, and insightful material about the art and craft of the dramaturgical essay, as well as invaluable archival material.
(just suggestions, not a complete list) What is dramaturgy? Cardulla, ed. () What is Dramaturgy?
Peter Lang Publishing. Londré, Words at Play: Creative Writing. Words at Play: Creative Writing and Dramaturgy includes Londré ’ s essays on plays produced at several regional professional theatre 3/5(2). CAREER RESOURCES – MUST-READ BIBLIOGRAPHY.
DRAMATURGY. Arfara, Katia. “Aspects of a New Dramaturgy of the Spectator.” Words at Play: Creative Writing and Dramaturgy. Southern Illinois University Press, Haring-Smith, Tori. Orr, Shelley. “Teaching Play Analysis: How a Key Dramaturgical Skill Can Foster.
Creative Exercises for Drama Writing. Want to learn more?
First and foremost, a playwright must remember that a play is a collaborative work. Her words and stage directions are a blueprint that a director and a team of actors can turn into a dramatic work onstage.
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