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To learn more about Copies Direct watch this short online video. From puppets to living players and musical speech to colloquial prose, Asian theatre is a rich world of contrasting expressions.
While it has thrived for centuries and embodies the folk traditions of the Asian people, it also reflects contemporary concerns and innovative theatrical practices. At a time when Asia is of tremendous importance to the West, its theatre is a key to understanding its culture as well as the heritage of Asian Americans.
This book is a detailed and authoritative survey of traditional and contemporary Asian theatre. The Encyclopedia includes hundreds of alphabetically arranged entries written by more than 90 expert contributors. Entries on the most important topics cite works for further reading, and the Encyclopedia closes with an extensive bibliography.
Social studies students will appreciate its glimpses of Asian culture, while literature and drama students will value its exploration of the Asian theatrical tradition.
Call Number: PN M65 W67 I The International Dictionary of Theatre is a three-volume work, international and historical in scope, covering the theatre from the festivals of ancient Greece to the productions, plays, players, directors and designers of the modern stage. The 3 volumes comprise entries, selected by an international advisory board. Brandon; June V. I5 Joel Trapido and his staff of editors and consultants have put together an impressive dictionary thet includes theatre terms from around the world. It is intended for a wide variety of users--theatregoers, students at all levels, scholars, amateur and professional theatre people.
It covers terms both current and extant as used or once used in the English-speaking world. The number is quite impressive--some 10, English terms plus 5, from more than sixty foreign languages. Coverage begins with the theatre of ancient Greece in the sixth century B.
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All aspects of production excluding the mass media and drama are covered. Proper nouns, trade names or other terms with initial capitals are, for the most part, not included. Foreign terms are included only in their romanticized form as printed in theatre publications in English.
Entries give the language, if not English, immediately after the headword, followed by a literal meaning of a foreign term.
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