Spanish Theatre 1920 1995

Spanish Theatre 1920 1995

Beginning with a reassessment of the 1920s and 30s, this text looks beyond a consideration of just the most successful Spanish playwrights of the time, and discusses also the work of directors, theorists, actors and designers.

Author: Maria M. Delgado

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 9057021161

Category: Foreign Language Study

Page: 88

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Beginning with a reassessment of the 1920s and 30s, this text looks beyond a consideration of just the most successful Spanish playwrights of the time, and discusses also the work of directors, theorists, actors and designers.
Categories: Foreign Language Study

Other Spanish Theatres

 Other  Spanish Theatres

Davies , Lisa E. ( 1973 ) , ' Oscar Wilde in Spain ' , Comparative Literature , 25 :
136-52 . Delgado , Maria M. ( 1998a ) , ' Enrique Rambal ( 1889–1956 ) : The
forgotten auteur of Spanish popular theatre ' , in Spanish Theatre 19201995 ...

Author: Maria M. Delgado

Publisher: Manchester University Press

ISBN: 0719059763

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 336

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'Other' Spanish Theatres challenges established opinions on modern Iberian theatre through a consideration of the roles of contrasting figures and companies who have impacted upon both the practice and the perception of Spanish and European stages. In this broad and detailed study, Delgado selects six subjects which map out alternative readings of a nation's theatrical innovation through the last century. These six subjects include Margarita Xirgu, Enrique Rambal, María Casarest and Nuria Espert.
Categories: Performing Arts

Functions and Interpretations of Greek Myths in Spanish Contemporary Theater 1939 1999

Functions and Interpretations of Greek Myths in Spanish Contemporary Theater  1939 1999

Kassel : Reichenberger , 1995 . Delgado , María M. , ed . Spanish theatre 1920-
1995 : strategies in protest and imagination . Amsterdam : OPA , 1998 . Delmas ,
Christian . Mythologie et mythe dans le théâtre français ( 1650-1676 ) . , Ginebra
 ...

Author: Christina Mougoyanni Hennessy

Publisher:

ISBN: MINN:31951P00819039H

Category:

Page: 832

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Theatre in Madrid and Barcelona 1892 1936

Theatre in Madrid and Barcelona  1892 1936

Delgado , Maria M . , ' Enrique Rambal : The Forgotten Auteur of Spanish Popular
Theatre ' , Spanish Theatre 19201995 : Strategies in Protest and Imagination (
3 ) , Contemporary Theatre Review , 7 / 3 ( 1998 ) , 67 – 92 . - , Erasure and ...

Author: David John George

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015055900016

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 235

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A thorough study of theatrical practices and developments in Madrid and Barcelona, 1892-1936, the conflicting nature of material staged at both venues, and the public response to these developments in the light of the growth of the identity of the Catalan people at the same time. 6 black-and-white illustrations.
Categories: Performing Arts

Modern Spanish Dramatists

Modern Spanish Dramatists

Directors Talk Theatre ( 1996 ) , guest editor of the 1998 edition of Contemporary
Theatre Review entitled “ Spanish Theatre 19201995 : Strategies in Protest
and Imagination , ” and editor of Valle - Inclán Plays : One ( 1993 , 1997 ) . She is
 ...

Author: Mary Parker

Publisher: Greenwood

ISBN: STANFORD:36105110373441

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 549

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Spanish drama, since the Golden Age, represents a united commitment to modernize, reformulate, and re-conceptualize the stage and the State. This reference includes alphabetically arranged entries on 33 Spanish dramatists from the eighteenth century to the present. Entries written by expert contributors provide biographical information; a discussion of works, themes, and dramaturgy; a survey of the playwright's critical reception; and primary and secondary bibliographies. An introductory essay discusses the history of Spanish drama since 1700s with significant, though sometimes contentious moments highlighting its road to aesthetic and cultural modernity. A general bibliography lists works for further reading and research.
Categories: Literary Criticism

Cine Y Espect culos

Cine Y Espect  culos

Delgado , María M. “ Enrique Rambal : The Forgotten Auteur of Spanish Popular
Theatre ” Spanish Theatre 1920-1995 . Strategies in Protest and Imagination .
Amsterdam , Netherlands : Harwood Academic Publishers , 1998. 67-92 .
Delgado ...

Author: Luis Guadano

Publisher:

ISBN: MINN:31951P01008212G

Category:

Page: 392

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A Companion to Spanish Cinema

A Companion to Spanish Cinema

... rest of Spain by the 1920s Madrid and other cities had slowly but haphazardly
woken up to the potential of the cinema ... For 1925 Gubern has 1497 theatres (
1995: 88); García Fernández 1818 (2002: 224); and diez puertas 1350 (2003: 40)
.

Author: Bernard P. E. Bentley

Publisher: Boydell & Brewer Ltd

ISBN: 9781855661769

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 513

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This volume offers a detailed chronological account of the history of Spanish cinema.
Categories: Literary Criticism

The Paris Jigsaw

The Paris Jigsaw

Internationalism and the City's Stages David Bradby, Was Professor of Drama
and Theatre and Emeritus Professor David Bradby, ... Spanish theatre : Lluís
Pasqual on directing , Fabià Puigserver , and the Lliure , Spanish Theatre 1920
1995 ...

Author: David Bradby

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105025800868

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 302

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Theater and drama professionals and professors address the role of Paris as an international theater city and the intercultural webs of Parisian theater. Essays address Peter Brook and Le Centre International de Creations Theatrales; Jacques Lecoq and his "Ecole Internationale de Theatre" in Paris; Ariane Mnouchkine and the Theatre du Soleil; and Augusto Boal and the Theatre de l'Opprime. In the second part, the input of different national theater traditions to the internationalism of Paris is explored, including Germany, Russia, Spain, Argentina, the US, and Africa. Distributed by Palgrave. c. Book News Inc.
Categories: Performing Arts

Forthcoming Books

Forthcoming Books

*Spanish Theatre 1920-1995: Strategies in Protest & 3. Ed. by Maria Delgado.
Sep 1997, pap. text ed. 21.00 (90.570?-116-1, Harwood Acad Pubs) Gordon &
Breach, *Spanish Tragedy. Thomas Kyd (Nick Hern Books, Drama Classics).

Author: Rose Arny

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015038905579

Category: American literature

Page:

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Categories: American literature

The Politics of Farce in Contemporary Spanish American Theatre

The Politics of Farce in Contemporary Spanish American Theatre

The rest of 1920 was passed, day by day, in a dream-like atmosphere more
reminiscent of a film comedy than real life. ... The changes that Triana made for
the 1995 publication of Revolteo in the pages of the journal Gestos revealed his
recognition that this linguistically and theatrically complicated ... It was during this
decade that he published one of the best-known plays in Spanish American
theatre.

Author: Priscilla Meléndez

Publisher: UNC Press Books

ISBN: 0807892866

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 227

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The Politics of Farce in Contemporary Spanish American Theatre is the first book-length study of the role of farce in Spanish American theatre. Spanish American playwrights have realized that farce's "lack of power" and marginality can become a res
Categories: Literary Criticism

Teatro Hispano

Teatro Hispano

History of the Hispanic Theatre Movement : 1920 ' s - 1960 ' s When the intensity
of the houselights diminishes , the stage begins to glow , revealing a warm , sun -
bathed adobe house surrounded by cacti somewhere in the Southwestern ...

Author: Elisa De la Roche

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 081531986X

Category: History

Page: 211

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First published in 1995. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Categories: History

Current Research in Britain

Current Research in Britain

Spanish power in Italy in the later seventeenth century ( 1995 - ) - Spanish
politics , 1665 - 1700 [ 1996 – 1996 ) . ... Petersburg imperial theatres , 1900 -
1920 [ 1995 – 1997 ) Frame M . Censorship and control in the Russian imperial
theatres .

Author: F T Energy

Publisher:

ISBN: 1860672124

Category:

Page: 461

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Categories:

Bibliographic Guide to Theatre Arts

Bibliographic Guide to Theatre Arts

Author: New York Public Library. Research Libraries

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015079870609

Category: Drama

Page:

View: 551

Categories: Drama

The Who s who of Nobel Prize Winners 1901 1995

The Who s who of Nobel Prize Winners  1901 1995

Oxford : Clarendon Press , 1920 , 250 - 68 . ... El Gran Galeoto , Drama en Tres
Actos y en Verso , Precedido de un Dialogo en Prosa . ... given to José
Echegaray “ in recognition of the numerous and brilliant compositions which in
an individual and original manner have revived the great traditions of the
Spanish drama .

Author: Bernard S. Schlessinger

Publisher: Greenwood

ISBN: MINN:31951D01404945D

Category: Biography

Page: 251

View: 520

Contains over six hundred entries that provide biographical and bibliographical information about each of the world's Nobel Prize winners from 1901 through 1995; grouped in the categories of chemistry, medicine and physiology, economics, physics, literature, and peace, with name, education, nationality, and religion indexes.
Categories: Biography

Estreno

Estreno

Pallin termina la pieza criticando los vida de este héroe popular que dan fe de
Spanish Theatre , 1920 - 1995 . Strategies esfuerzos científicos para modificar la
su majeza , de su ingenio , de su solidaridad in Protest and Imagination ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015054053916

Category: Spanish drama

Page:

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Categories: Spanish drama

The Flamenco Tradition in the Works of Federico Garc a Lorca and Carlos Saura

The Flamenco Tradition in the Works of Federico Garc  a Lorca and Carlos Saura

Spanish Cultural Studies ( New York , 1995 ) , p . ... 151 - 66 Morgan -
Tamosunas , Rikki , ' Screening the Past : History and Nostalgia in Contemporary
Spanish Cinema ' , in Jordan , Barry ... C . Brian , Surrealism and Spain 1920 -
1936 ( Cambridge , 1972 ) - This Loving Darkness : The Cinema and Spanish
Writers , 1920 ...

Author: Rob Stone

Publisher: Edwin Mellen Press

ISBN: 0773464298

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 312

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This study explores the meaning and importance of flamenco in the works of two of the most important and influential figures in 20th-century Spanish culture, the poet and playwright Federico Garcia Lorca and the film-maker Carlos Saura. Lorca and Saura shared a fascination for flamenco as a medium for the existential ideology of the marginalized and disenfranchised and this work evaluates the development of these themes through a close, contextual study of their works, which are linked explicitly by Saura's film adaptation of Lorca's Bodas de sangre and, more profoundly, by their use of flamenco to express ideas of sexual and political marginalization in pre- and post- Francoist Spain respectively. The study demonstrates that an understanding of the symbolism, visual style, characters, themes and performance system of flamenco is key to a greater understanding of the social, sexual, political and existential themes in the works of Lorca and Saura.
Categories: Literary Criticism