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Radical people's theatre / Eugène van Erven.

By: Van Erven, Eugène [aut]Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Publisher: Bloomington : Indiana University Press, c1988Description: xiv, 238 p. ill. 25 cmISBN: 0253347882; 9780253347886Subject(s): Radicalism | Theater -- History -- 20th century | Theater -- Political aspects | Theater and society -- History -- 20th century | Teater -- historia -- 1900-talet | Teater -- politiska aspekterDDC classification: 792/.09/047 LOC classification: PN2189Other classification: Ik
Contents:
1. Introduction -- 2. Popular theatre in historical perspective -- 3. The events of 1968 and their radical cultural concepts -- 4. Revolutionary voices in the American political theatre: The San Francisco Mime Troupe ; El Teatro Campesino ; The Bread and Puppet Theater -- 5. Radical popular theatre in regional France: Le Théâtre Populaire de Lorraine ; Lo Teatre de la Carriera -- 6. Regional theatre in Great Britain: The 7:84 Theatre Company -- 7. Emancipatory drama for children and youth in West Germany: Radical Popular Theatre for the Next Generation -- 8. From Milan for the world: Il Collettivo Teatrale la Comune -- 9. Radical popular theatre in Franco's Spain and after: La Cuadra de Sevilla ; The Basque Provinces ; Tábano ; Els Joglars -- 10. Conclusion: General characteristics of radical popular theatre.
Holdings
Item type Home library Call number Status Date due Barcode Item holds
Book Book Biblioteket Valhallavägen
Ika Van Erven Available 43731008984
Total holds: 0

Includes index.

Bibliography: p. 207-233.

1. Introduction -- 2. Popular theatre in historical perspective -- 3. The events of 1968 and their radical cultural concepts -- 4. Revolutionary voices in the American political theatre: The San Francisco Mime Troupe ; El Teatro Campesino ; The Bread and Puppet Theater -- 5. Radical popular theatre in regional France: Le Théâtre Populaire de Lorraine ; Lo Teatre de la Carriera -- 6. Regional theatre in Great Britain: The 7:84 Theatre Company -- 7. Emancipatory drama for children and youth in West Germany: Radical Popular Theatre for the Next Generation -- 8. From Milan for the world: Il Collettivo Teatrale la Comune -- 9. Radical popular theatre in Franco's Spain and after: La Cuadra de Sevilla ; The Basque Provinces ; Tábano ; Els Joglars -- 10. Conclusion: General characteristics of radical popular theatre.

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