Call Number: UCF ONLINE General Collection -- PN2885.W4G36 2010
another online version
1 Celebrating the rehearsal of revolution: a historical profile of Jana Sanskriti Centre for the Theatre of the Oppressed; 2 Boal's theatre: the recognition of resource; 3 Boal's poetics as politics; 4 Theatre as rehearsal of future political action; 5 Beyond West Bengal: other Indian scenarios; 6 Beyond India: workshop diary; 7 The politics of collective thinking: scripting power; 8 Aesthetics and ethics: shaping collective practice; 9 Reflections and prospects
The Oxford Companion to Indian Theatre
Call Number: UCF Main Library General Collection -- PN2881 .O95 2004
The Oxford Companion to Indian Theatre is the first reference work embracing both rural and urban modes of Indian theatre spanning its entire history of over 2000 years. This accessible and comprehensive volume consists of 750 entries encompassing forms and personalities across India geographically and historically, in twenty-two languages, according to their contribution to the tradition. Splendidly illustrated, it includes around 270 black and white illustrations that complement the entries written by specialists and luminaries of the Indian theatre scene The threatre defined here spans not just conventional proscenium drama, and devotional and secular rural performing genres, but also musical forms such as Kirtan, dance threatre such as Kathakali, and oral narrative such as Katha Kalakshepam, all of which contain theatre's most fundamental element: acting.
Call Number: UCF ONLINE General Collection -- PN2960.S5C46 2011
1. Imagining the Singapore Theatre Field 2. The Arts in Singapore: Site of Ideologies, Fantasies, and Orthodoxies 3. The Singapore Theatre Field: "A different world…unique" but not completely so 4. Claiming Authenticity: Theatre-State Tensions 5. Cultural Intermediaries: The Media and The Arts Education Programme 6. "Because it’s in my blood": The Politics of Illusio 7. The Invisible State: Disciplining the Theatre Field 8. Resistance and Defiance: The Revenge of the Middle Class Artist 9. Conclusion
"This volume featrues over 250,000 words and more than 125 photographs identifying and defining theatre in more than 30 countries from India to Uzbekistan, from Thailand to New Zealand and featuring extensive documentation on contemporary Chinese, Japanese, Indian and Australian theatre."