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The Resource Vanishing acts : theater since the sixties, Gordon Rogoff

Vanishing acts : theater since the sixties, Gordon Rogoff

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Vanishing acts : theater since the sixties
Title
Vanishing acts
Title remainder
theater since the sixties
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Gordon Rogoff
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eng
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DLC
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index present
LC call number
PN2277.N5
LC item number
R64 2000
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non fiction
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Vanishing acts : theater since the sixties, Gordon Rogoff
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Vanishing acts : theater since the sixties, Gordon Rogoff
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http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/j.ctt32bwsm
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Includes index
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Contents
  • ACTING AND DIRECTING. The figure in the carpet : Peter Brook and Erland Josephson -- E.B. on acting : Eric Bentley -- The low points : the Wooster Group -- Buzz words : Ping Chong -- Directorially bound : Ingmar Bergman, Robert Wilson, and others -- Post-Neo-Vaudeville : Bill Irwin and Barbara Cook -- Cinderella double take : Anne Bogart -- Future Lieder : John Kelly -- Power to the actor : Donald Wolfit, Campbell Scott, and others -- The neutral space : Judi Dench, Simon Callow, and others -- Carnal knowledge : Ariane Mnouchkine -- Ibsen, Wilson, and the play of time : Robert Wilson -- The presence of Joe : Joseph Chaikin
  • PLAYWRITING. Transfer at Elysian Fields : Tennessee Williams -- Vienna woulds : Arthur Schnitzler -- Harmed play : Mac Wellman -- Coup de lace : Joseph Kesselring -- Not fear itself : Franz Xaver Kroetz -- Les liaisons abstruse : Heiner Muller -- Comedy of mannerisms : Somerset Maugham and S.N. Behrman -- Posing for Playboy : John Millington Synge -- Samish : Mike Nichols's Godot; Frederick Neumann's Worstward ho -- All-consuming and condescending : Pam Gems -- Bound and gagged : Neil Simon -- A house is not a poem : Federico Garcia Lorca -- All my plots : Arthur Miller -- Serving two masters : Carlo Goldoni and Cole Porter -- Half-caste : Jean Racine and Tony Harrison -- Still in the woods : Lee Blessing -- Party games : Harold Pinter -- The seductions of cynicism : David Mamet -- Ahead of himself : Larry Kramer -- Triumph of the words : George Bernard Shaw -- The fugitive play : Tennessee Williams -- Lost soul : Albert Innaurato -- Three-inch pickings : Charles Ludlam ; Anniversary schmaltz : Maxwell Anderson ; Trip to fanciful : Tina Howe ; Angels in America, devils in the wings! : Tony Kushner
  • SHAKESPEARE AND THE BRITS. British theater : the fight against situational chat ; Neocolonial puns and games : The National Theatre of Great Britain ; Uneasy lie the crowns : Wilfred Lawson and others ; Richard unbeckoned : Joseph Papp in Central Park ; Et al, Brute : Al Pacino ; The Abbey Theatre : speechless at last ; Out, out, loose canon : The New York Shakespeare Festival ; Brevity is the soul of grit : Dustin Hoffman ; Ardent sex change : Christopher Grabowski ; Cracking the code : Hugh Whitemore ; Theater mania : Peter Hall and others ; Serious money : Caryl Churchill ; Sublime neglect : George Chapman and others ; Hare today : David Hare ; Playing with ire : Alex Jennings, Peter O'Toole, and Mark Rylance
  • OPERAS AND MUSICALS. That true phoenix, da Ponte : Lorenzo da Ponte ; Emotional weather : notes on Alban Berg's theater ; Don Juan in Hell's Kitchen : Peter Sellars ; Out of the woods : Stephen Sondheim ; Fats-uosity triumphant : Nell Carter and others ; Stratasphere : Teresa Stratas and others ; Two cheers for booing : Bayreuth ; Cliff notes : Robert Wilson and others -- IDEAS, OBITS, AND THE CRITICAL ACT. The management game ; Geraldine Page ; The birth of a notion ; Cry God for Larry : Laurence Olivier ; Richard Hayes ; Theater without programs ; Othello's occupation's gone ; The leader we invented : Joseph Papp ; Did dinosaurs dream ; Jerzy Grotowski -- ENDGAMES. Legacies and their discontents ; The critic vanishes
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