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Staging Wales By Anna-Marie Taylor

Staging Wales by Anne-Marie Taylor

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Summary

This volume examines the development and nature of the theatre in Wales since the late 1970s. The essays cover such topics as: the belated recognition of drama in Wales; the continuing presence of a lively amateur stage; and Wales's particular contribution to theatre in education.

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Staging Wales: Welsh Theatre 1979-1997 by Anne-Marie Taylor

This volume examines the development and nature of the theatre in Wales since the late 1970s. The essays cover such topics as: the belated recognition of drama in Wales; the continuing presence of a lively amateur stage; and Wales's particular contribution to theatre in education.

Staging Wales Reviews

'Anna-Marie Taylor's collection of surveys, reviews, anecdotes, analysis and provocation's encompasses a wide range of performance forms and methods of discourse, and is both accessible and challenging.' New Welsh Review

About Anne-Marie Taylor

Anna-Marie Taylor is the editor of Staging Wales.

Table of Contents

The wounds of possibility - Welsh drama in English in the 1960s and 1970s, Simon Baker; leaving the 20th century - new writing on the Welsh-language mainstage 1979-1995, Nic Ross; surviving on the edge - patterns of contemporary theatre-making, Anna-Marie Taylor; a history of theatre in education in Wales, Gill Ogden; professional actor training, Paul Clements; a vision undimmed - theatr fach llangefni, Dafydd Arthur Jones; a community drama, Ewart Alexander; special worlds, secret maps - a poetics of performance, Mike Pearson; Brith Gof, Chairman C. Savill; Welsh theatre and the world, Anna-Marie Taylor; land of dance - recent developments in dance theatre, Anna-Marie Taylor; Genesis and Revelations - Theatr Clwyd, Bob Roberts; the graveyard of ambition, Greg Cullen; the space between - work in mixed media - mocing being 1968-1993, Geoff Moore; talking theatre - a conversation between playwrights, Lucy Gough and Dic Edwards; physical theatre and its discontents, Paul Davies; speaking to the nation, Gilly Adams. Appendices: chronology of the theatre in Wales; Welsh Arts Council schedules to the accounts; chronology of Brith Gof performances; investing in the New World by Phil Clark; main theatre companies working professionally in Wales; bibliography of contemporary drama in Wales.

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GOR003526989
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Staging Wales: Welsh Theatre 1979-1997 by Anne-Marie Taylor
Used - Very Good
Paperback
University of Wales Press
1997-10-30
192
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