Theaters Of The Mind

Theaters Of The Mind

First published in 1992. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Author: Joyce McDougall

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781135888282

Category: Psychology

Page: 314

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First published in 1992. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Categories: Psychology

Theatres of the Body

Theatres of the Body

Later , when I came to write Theaters of the Mind I was concerned with sorting out
the different places in which the mind's “ I ” plays out its hidden dramas , along
with the accompanying scenarios , and characters , that make up the psychic ...

Author: Joyce McDougall

Publisher:

ISBN: IND:30000000351472

Category: Alexithymia

Page: 183

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McDougall looks at people who react to psychological distress through somatic manifestations, and at the psychosomatic potential of individuals in those moments when habitual psychological ways of coping are overwhelmed, and the body pantomimes the mind's distress.
Categories: Alexithymia

Is the patronage of the theatre consistent with true Christianity A sermon

Is the patronage of the theatre consistent with true Christianity  A sermon

I then thought that an enviable state of mind . The Theatre helped me wonderfully
( as it has helped many besides ) to make rapid advances towards it . I kept aloof
, or rather by God ' s mercy was kept , from the grosser evils into which some ...

Author: Alexander Thomson

Publisher:

ISBN: OXFORD:590978023

Category:

Page:

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Theatre in Crisis

Theatre in Crisis

Theatre of the mind : a fugue in two parts Shelley Berc Shelley Berc is a
playwright and novelist . Her novels , plays , and essays , which include The
Shape of Wilderness , A Girl's Guide to the Divine Comedy and Theatre of the
Mind , have ...

Author: Maria M. Delgado

Publisher: Manchester University Press

ISBN: 0719062918

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 273

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Theatre in Crisis? Performance Manifestos for a New Century is a wide-ranging look at the state of contemporary theater practice, economics, and issues related to identity, politics, and technology. The volume offers a snapshot dissection of where theater is, where it has been and where it might be going through the voices of established and emerging theater artists and scholars from the UK, US, and elsewhere. Contributors: Maria M. Delgado & Caridad Svich • Oliver Mayer, Jorge Cortiñas, Neena Beber, & Craig Lucas • Jim Carmody • Roberta Levitow • Peter Lichtenfels & Lynette Hunter • Michael Billington • Claire H. Macdonald • Anna Furse • Phyllis Nagy • Max Stafford-Clark • Len Berkman • DD Kugler • Tori Haring-Smith • John London • Kia Corthron • Alice Tuan • Ricardo Szwarcer • Peter Sellars • Dragan Klaic • Lisa D’Amour • Paul Heritage • Matthew Causey • Andy Lavender • Jon Fosse • Erik Ehn • Matthew Maguire • Shelley Berc • Ruth Margraff • Martin Epstein • Mac Wellman • Goat Island
Categories: Performing Arts

Studies of Modern Mind Character at Several European Epochs

Studies of Modern Mind   Character at Several European Epochs

partly written to promote the success of Voltaire ' s project of setting up a theatre
at Geneva , a project which had combined against it the entire forces of
ecclesiastical and political conservatism in the city of Calvin . There was
something rather ...

Author: John Wilson

Publisher:

ISBN: HARVARD:HNP1RX

Category: Europe

Page: 444

View: 507

Categories: Europe

The Improvement of the Mind In Two Parts Etc

The Improvement of the Mind      In Two Parts  Etc

Besides , there is nothing will pass on our theatres that has not the mixture of
some amorous intrigue : lewdness itself reigns , and riots in some of their scenes
: fobriety is put quite out of countenance , and modesty is in certain danger there
 ...

Author: Isaac Watts

Publisher:

ISBN: BL:A0021775078

Category:

Page: 414

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The British Theatre

The British Theatre

Or, A Collection of Plays, which are Acted at the Theatres Royal, Drury Lane,
Covent Garden, and Haymarket. ... I saw , with indignation , the errors of a mind
that only sought applause from others ; that easiness of disposition , which ,
though ...

Author: Mrs. Inchbald

Publisher:

ISBN: IOWA:31858009597158

Category: English drama

Page:

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Categories: English drama

The Story of the Calcutta Theatres 1753 1980

The Story of the Calcutta Theatres  1753 1980

run was Gora at Natyyaniketan ( Calcutta Theatre ) . Perhaps one reason for its
success was that the original novel was given dramatic shape by a veteran actor
- director , Naresh Chandra Mitra who kept the theatre audience in mind and ...

Author: Sushil Kumar Mukherjee

Publisher:

ISBN: UCAL:B3549900

Category: Theater

Page: 806

View: 659

Categories: Theater

A warning against attendance at the theatre the fair and the race course being the substance of a sermon on Eph vii now published in an enlarged form

A warning against attendance at the theatre  the fair  and the race course  being the substance of a sermon  on Eph  vii   now published in an enlarged form

How much more then the wickedness at Races , and Fairs , and Theatres , which
you may by fair construction be justly ... If you could justly make up your mind to
go and reprove , exhort , intreat ; the unseasonable intrusion would probably , in
 ...

Author: John KEMPTHORNE (Rector of St. Michael's, Gloucester.)

Publisher:

ISBN: BL:A0021719323

Category:

Page:

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Merchandising to the Mind

Merchandising to the Mind

theatre was forced to exhibit all films carried by a distributor , no matter their
quality or audience appeal . The majors ' affiliated theatres , however , were able
to resist such pressures ( Conant 1960 : 77-78 ) . Ownership of theatre circuits , or
 ...

Author: Laura Jean Miller

Publisher:

ISBN: UCSD:31822026307405

Category: Books

Page: 1090

View: 949

Categories: Books

The Philosophy of Mind in the Poetry of Guru Nanak

The Philosophy of Mind in the Poetry of Guru Nanak

Wolf Gong Kohler Dartmouth College in the book “ Dimensions29 of Mind ” A
symposium , says " Among the problems with which philosophy and various
sciences havet o ... A ” person consists of two theatres one bodily and one non
bodily .

Author: Ajit Singh Sikka

Publisher: Ludhiana : Bee Kay Publications

ISBN: UCAL:B3937021

Category: Philosophy of mind

Page: 200

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Categories: Philosophy of mind

Mediums Puppets and the Human Actor in the Theatres of the East

Mediums  Puppets  and the Human Actor in the Theatres of the East

Yagyû Tajima no Kami , in addition to using the image of the ' wooden ' doll , also
compares the state of mushin ( no - mind ) to the ' wooden horse ' facing the
flowers and birds . This horse is utterly unmoved because it has no mind , no ...

Author: Poh Sim Plowright

Publisher: Edwin Mellen Press

ISBN: STANFORD:36105111762030

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 250

View: 238

An examination of mediums, puppets and the human actor in the theatres of the east. It brings together a powerful universal myth - that of the Birdwoman, which has been the inspiration of several Asian theatres and the subject of many Asian plays - and the connection between string-puppet and human actor movements within the Asian theatrical tradition. It is a study of theatre as ritual and power-struggle, and the author presents an analysis of Lady Joruri, herself a semi-mythical figure, who gave her name to the world's most sophisticated puppet theatre.
Categories: Performing Arts

Vivisections from the Blown Mind

Vivisections from the Blown Mind

ABOUT THEATRE COMMUNICATIONS GROUP Theatre Communications Group
is the national organization for the ... the artistic and management concerns of
theatres , as well as institutionally based and freelance artists nationwide .

Author: Alonzo D. Lamont

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105000290036

Category: Rap musicians

Page: 87

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Categories: Rap musicians

Sam Shepard and the American Theatre

Sam Shepard and the American Theatre

leadership ; while many regional theatres in the sixties and seventies were
spearheaded by idealistic , charismatic figures ... 57 Given the problems
besetting the regional theatre , Shepard ' s decision to open A Lie of the Mind in
New York is ...

Author: Leslie A. Wade

Publisher: Praeger

ISBN: UOM:39015041758296

Category: Drama

Page: 188

View: 403

Explores the rise of playwright Sam Shepard from and Off-Off Broadway renegade to a Hollywood leading man. It views Shepard's work and persona against the identity politics of postwar American culture and the production modes of the American entertainment industry.
Categories: Drama

The Theatres of the Buddhists

The Theatres of the Buddhists

necessary for attaining knowledge of the supreme Being . He based his ideas
upon those of the preceding philosophers and contended that pure intelligence ,
pure faith , pure morality and pure meditation would refine the mind , thus
enabling ...

Author: H. V. Sharma

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015021710572

Category: Buddhist drama

Page: 128

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Study on the Buddhist theater in India, Sri Lanka, and Tibet.
Categories: Buddhist drama

Mind Travelling and Voyage Drama in Early Modern England

Mind Travelling and Voyage Drama in Early Modern England

The closure of the public theatres in 1642 and the political discontinuity of the
Interregnum necessarily affected the ... impetus to investigate the concomitant
alteration (if there were any) of imaginative activity and mind-travelling at the
theatre.

Author: David McInnis

Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan

ISBN: 9781137035356

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 236

View: 348

Early modern playgoers were avid consumers of voyage drama. When they entered the playhouse they engaged with the players in a collaborative form of "mind-travelling," and the result was an experience of stage-travel that was predicated on pleasure. This book investigates the pleasures of vicarious travel in early modern England, treating playgoing as part of a playing system, wherein imaginative work is distributed across the various participants: playwright, player, the physical environment, technologies of the stage, and emphatically in this study, the playgoer. Drawing on a wide range of drama from across the entire seventeenth century, including works by Marlowe, Heywood, Jonson, Brome, Davenant, Dryden and Behn, it situates voyage drama in its historical and intellectual context between the individual act of reading in early modern England and the communal act of modern sightseeing.
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines

Theatres of Thought

Theatres of Thought

... of my studies in philosophy , the Stanislavski practice I have known and used
for years in my professional life , making films and theatre . Embodied Cognition
is a theory from the philosophical realm of epistemology and philosophy of mind .

Author: Daniel Peter Watt

Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Pub

ISBN: STANFORD:36105131766789

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 189

View: 645

The essays collected in this volume address issues from wide-ranging perspectives and approaches. They arise from meetings of the theatre, performance and philosophy working group at the 2005 and 2006 conferences of TaPRA and from papers presented under the auspices of CTPP at Aberystwyth University.
Categories: Performing Arts

Japan in the Victorian Mind

Japan in the Victorian Mind

Japanese theatre published in the Cornhill Magazine in September 1872 . 76
The author was Edward Howard House ( 1836 – 1901 ) , an American drama
critic , who had been employed by the Japanese Ministry of Education as
Lecturer in ...

Author: Toshio Yokoyama

Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan

ISBN: UOM:39015046869122

Category: History

Page: 233

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Categories: History

Theatre Arts

Theatre Arts

Here , as nowhere in England or America and only here and there in France ,
were theatres directed by a single mind , employing a permanent company of
players , and maintain ing a repertory of plays , old and new , given in recurring ...

Author: Sheldon Cheney

Publisher:

ISBN: WISC:89008736258

Category: Theater

Page:

View: 227

Categories: Theater

The Medical Mind of Shakespeare

The Medical Mind of Shakespeare

At this period , there were four permanent theatres in London . No one knows
with whom Shakespeare spent his early years as an actor . His connection with
James Burbage and his two sons , Richard and Cuthbert , all actors and part
owners ...

Author: Aubrey C. Kail

Publisher: MacLennan & Petty

ISBN: UOM:39015011786954

Category: Medicine in literature

Page: 320

View: 968

Categories: Medicine in literature