The Whole Man - Mary Immaculate Research Repository
... challenging and questioning me, for allowing me to write what I wanted to say and
allowing me to do so my own way. Additional thanks to Dr Noel Kavanagh who
introduced me to the philosophy that became such a major part of this work, though at
PICASSO: THEATRE ARTIST A THESIS IN Theatre Presented to the
... One of the most influential moments in Picasso‟s life was his first trip to Paris in
October 1900 with Casagemas and Pallarès (who joined later). Casagemas was a financial
resource during the trip (Penrose Picasso 58). This trip foreshadowed Picasso‟s career
trajectory and his success in Europe‟s c ...
It`s Just That For The First Time, I Feel... Wicked
... involvement have created a new, larger than life identity for many theater companies.
Furthermore, with the capability to travel not only domestically, but also internationally,
many shows, touring companies, and theaters have the opportunity to reach more people than
ever before. In the text The Ox ...
Restless in Thought, Disturb`d in Mind
... female, Hamlet allows a case study of the influence of gender in the conceptualisation of
madness. Hamlet and Ophelia each portray very different kinds of mental disorder, but in
fact even the madness of Hamlet alone is not always the same: as suggested above, there is
clearly, apart from his feigne ...
The Art of Adaptation - UNH Scholars` Repository
... modern audiences. After all, in the words of T.S. Elliot: “Good writers Borrow, Great writers
Steal.” This paper will move to discuss why we continue to produce Euripides’ play Medea in
its original and adapted forms, and how different adaptations in theatre, opera, dance, and film
shed new light on ...
ABSTRACT The Ideal World of Edmond Rostand`s Cyrano de
... Traditionally, the entire Rostand family traveled to the village of Luchon for their
summer vacations. Luchon was, at the time, a quaint village situated between Spain and
Gascony where Eugène Rostand had a summer home built. Luchon’s location, at the foot
of the majestic Pyrenees, inspired Edmond ...
John Guare: In Search of America.
... has utilized any observation or memory that can illuminate
the question that has dominated his career as a dramatist:
how can one achieve a fulfilled life in an age dominated by
the mass media (Cattaneo 97).
For Guare, the theatre proves the intersection where
the world of fantasy ameliorates the fr ...
chapter-5 performance based contributions
... the inner/outer dichotomies created by the play-within-a-play
as well as by the play itself, are deconstructed
(qtd. in Moore 55).
The productions bring to light the working of a text, the latest interiority of
the figures on stage. The Mousetrap, suggests Moore, is an external
dramatization of Haml ...
... to the reality one has been forced to accept as a child. One wants to create
a reality of one’s own that one can convince other people of, one which
in the moment when it is depicted is much, much stronger than the reality
one is entangled in the whole time. The prophets, musicians and poets speak t ...
Mad Dogs and Englishmen: A Study of Noel Coward
... were the remarks of his earlier critics for ease of comprehension. The
following opinions are unrelated and not chosen for any specific effect,
other than to show Coward's opinion of himself. He says he has a gift
for comedy dialogue; "'is
characters are unkind; " his remarks are
witty; " his situat ...
The Children of Molemo: an Analysis of Johnny Simons
... archetypal associations of his childhood.
This study examines Simons' pedagogical approach to his "lyric
grotesque" genre of movement theatre. A documented recreation of Simons'
most definitive work, the folk/rock operatic-ballet, The Lake Worth
Monster, provides access to a Hip Pocket Theatre exper ...
Federico García Lorca`s `Impossible` Theatre Staged
... This study explores the relatively unknown area of Federico García Lorca’s theatre work
which he himself termed ‘impossible’ and ‘unperformable’. With the director’s task of preproduction research in mind, the study examines biographical research as well as focusing
discussion on Lorca’s experimenta ...
Icon - University of Pretoria
... Firstly, I would like to thank my supervisor, Professor Marié-Heleen Coetzee, for her
leadership, academic guidance and unlimited patience in working with me on this project. It
has been a long journey, but we have finally made it to the end. I am further indebted to Dr
Denyse Webbstock for her boun ...
A Feminist, Costume Design Exploration
... and is almost exclusively defined by her relationship to the men in her life: Polonius,
Prince Hamlet, and Laertes. She lacks agency or characterization, and her sexuality
is controlled or denied. For someone Hamlet claimed to love more than “40,000
brothers,” she’s never mentioned as the focus in a ...
Erizabēto – ai to shi no rondo
... Elisabeth is a German-language musical: the collaborative work of composer
Sylvester Levay (1945 - ), lyricist-librettist Michael Kunze (1943 – ) and director Harry
Kupfer (1935 - ). It was first staged in 1992, in Vienna. The musical is the life story of
the last queen of the Habsburg Empire, Elis ...
acting - DropPDF
... Actors in these dramas are challenged to accept new paradigms of reality and progress logically from there in their building of a character.
They are challenged to reach for their desires
while maintaining or creating meaning around
them. Absurd plays are not merely ridiculous or
random, nor do the ...
Get Flanagan: The Rise and Fall of the Federal Theatre Project
... should be done with light or the simplest scenic elements. With
the exception of Flanagan herself, all roles could and should be
doubled. Costumes should be simple but suggestive, and changes
could take place on stage. An emphasis on theatricality is
paramount. As much of the working machinery of th ...
Devising Solo Performance: A Practitioner`s Enquiry
... 4. My focus is on processes of making, not the performed product and I
am viewing all else in relation to this lens. At times, perhaps, this
creates an unfamiliar experience for the reader, who may not have
seen the performed work. I have therefore included a description of
the main solo works discu ...
Faruk Begolli - English
... He was going out very rare. And it’s been very long time since he couldn’t go out. Challenged by the pains and by the friends’ pressure, especially from those who studied with
him in Belgrade, he was obliged to take into consideration doctors recommendations. He
began to take chemotherapy...
“In the ...
i Six Companies in Search of Shakespeare: Rehearsal
... Tree, ―an absolute crank,‖3 but Poel claimed his productions sought, ―to keep the past in
touch with the present.‖4 By embracing rather than erasing the challenge of
Shakespeare‘s full text and the conditions of his original theatre, William Poel and his
company were forced to re-invent styles of pe ...
BREDENBeyondThePlaywright2009 - QMRO Home
... company Forced Entertainment Tim Etchells to cry out: ‘harping on endlessly about
writing as if there was nothing in the theatre but words and writers’ (Etchells quoted
in Giannachi & Luckhurst, 1999: 29). It is not a new debate, since as early as
1908, Edward Gordon Craig issued the following warni ...
ADAPTATION OF THAI TRADITIONAL PLAYS IN A
... I share similar interests and beliefs with these artists. My personal interest in
traditional theatre began when I was very young. I still remember the first time my
mother took me to see a performance of Khon. It was performed at night, in the yard of
the Sanam Chandra Palace campus of Silpakorn U ...
Meta-reference, a metafiction technique, is a situation in a work of fiction whereby characters display an awareness that they are in such a work, such as a film, television show or book. Sometimes it may even just be a form of editing or film-making technique that comments on the programme/film/book itself. It is also sometimes known as ""Breaking the Fourth Wall"", in reference to the theatrical tradition of playing as if there were no audience, as if a wall existed between them and the actors.