The World Encyclopedia of Contemporary Theatre: Europe

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Don Rubin, Peter Nagy, Philippe Rouyer
Taylor & Francis, 2001 - Всего страниц: 1052
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This new paperback edition of the The World Encyclopedia of Contemporary Theatre: Europe covers theatre since World War II in forty-seven European nations, including the nations which re-emerged following the break-up of the former USSR, Czechoslovakia and Yugoslavia. Each national article is divided into twelve sections - History, Structure of the National Theatre Community, Artistic profile, Music Theatre, Theatre for Young Audiences, Puppet Theatre, Design, Theatre, Space and Architecture, Training, Criticism, Scholarship and Publishing and Further Reading - allowing the reader to use the book as a source for both area and subject studies.
A new preface and further reading sections by the Series Editor brings the Encyclopedia bang up-to-date making it invaluable to anyone interested in European theatre, as well as students and scholars of performance studies, history, anthropology and cultural studies.
 

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Of Nations and Their Theatres
3
Music Theatre
17
Albania
35
Armenia
45
Azerbaijan
80
634
94
Belgium
107
BosniaHerzegovina
143
Estonia
236
Finland
250
Georgia
325
Germany
340
Hungary
427
Iceland
451
Ireland
467
Italy
521

704
155
Croatia
170
Cyprus
185
Czech Republic
196
Czechoslovakia Historical
217
Lithuania
557
Luxembourg Overview
569
571
973
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Rubin is former Chair of the Department of Theatre at York University, Canada, and founding editor of the Canadian Review.

Critique et historien de cinema, Philippe Rouyer est membre du comite de redaction de la revue "Positif" et en charge des pages cinema du magazine "Psychologies". Il est chroniqueur regulier des emissions - Mauvais genres - sur France Culture et - Le Cercle - sur Canal+ Cinema.

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