The Oxford Companion to Theatre and Performance is a concise adaptation of the celebrated Oxford Encyclopedia of Theatre and Performance, covering styles and movements, buildings, organizations, regions and traditions, and in particular, a strong focus upon biographies of actors, playwrights, directors, designers, and critics. New entries have been added to those originating from its predecessor, concentrating on companies and people who havecome into prominence since the publication of the Encyclopedia. The Companion includes all the most popular and accessible information originating from the Encyclopedia, concentrating primarily on the personalities involved in producing threatre, as well as overviews of the genres within whichthey work. It has 2, 000 entries, almost half of its predecessor, contained in a far more compact and portable format. The timeline of historical and cultural events in the world of theatre and performance has been significantly updated, and an appendix of useful weblinks added, which is supported and accessible through a companion website.The Companion provides an informative and accessible package aimed at both the theatre-going public as at specialists andprofessionals in the field.Despite his mesmerizing, Oscar-winning performance in Shine (1996), Rush trained with *Lecoq and is a highly theatrical ... Russella#39;s commercially popular plays and *musicals frequently focus on *characters struggling to escape the confines of ... In his use of a mixture of different Italian dialects, in his performanceoriented *dramaturgy, and his semi-professional ... Company in 1982 but made a substantial mark with his Hamlet (for Ron *Daniels) at Strat- ford and on a lengthy *tour.
|Title||:||The Oxford Companion to Theatre and Performance|
|Publisher||:||Oxford University Press - 2010-08-26|