Canadian Theatre Review Yearbook

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Description : A record of plays professionally produced in Canada.


Canadian Theatre Review

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Canada On Stage

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Canadian Theatre Review

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Canadian Theatre Review

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Canada On Stage

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Canadian Theatre Review 100

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The Ctr Anthology

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Description : This volume brings together 15 of the most significant plays published in Canadian Theatre Review between 1974 and 1991. Most have been out of print since their appearance in the journal. They include recognized classics that have transformed Canadian theatre, such as Ten Lost Years and This is for


Canada On Stage

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Canada On Stage

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Canadian Theatre Review

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Canada On Stage

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Canada On Stage

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Canada On Stage

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Latina O Canadian Theatre And Performance

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Description : A foundational collection of essays establishing the field of Latina/o theatre and performance studies in Canada.


Canada On Stage

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Canada On Stage

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Canadian Theatre Checklist

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Canadian Theatre Review

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Description : Building on CTR’s history of special issues on Native Theatre, South Asian Canadian Theatre, Italian Canadian Theatre, AfriCanadian Theatre (twice) and, long ago, “Ethnic Theatre,” CTR 139 takes a look at an even biggerpicture: the intercultural – performance in which productive exchange takes place across multiple sites of difference.


Political Adaptation In Canadian Theatre

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Description : In Canada, adaptation is a national mode of survival, but it is also a way to create radical change. Throughout history, Canadians have been inheritors and adaptors: of political systems, stories, and customs from the old world and the new. More than updating popular narratives, adaptation informs understandings of culture, race, gender, and sexuality, as well as individual experiences. In Political Adaptation in Canadian Theatre Kailin Wright investigates adaptations that retell popular stories with a political purpose and examines how they acknowledge diverse realities and transform our past. Political Adaptation in Canadian Theatre explores adaptations of Canadian history, Shakespeare, Greek mythologies, and Indigenous history by playwrights who identify as English-Canadian, African-Canadian, French-Canadian, French, Kuna Rappahannock, and Delaware from the Six Nations. Along with new considerations of the activist potential of popular Canadian theatre, this book outlines eight strategies that adaptors employ to challenge conceptions of what it means to be Indigenous, Black, queer, or female. Recent cancellations of theatre productions whose creators borrowed elements from minority cultures demonstrate the need for a distinction between political adaptation and cultural appropriation. Wright builds on Linda Hutcheon's definition of adaptation as repetition with difference and applies identification theory to illustrate how political adaptation at once underlines and undermines its canonical source. An exciting intervention in adaptation studies, Political Adaptation in Canadian Theatre unsettles the dynamics of popular and political theatre and rethinks the ways performance can contribute to how one country defines itself.


Robert Lepage S Scenographic Dramaturgy

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Description : This book theorizes auteur Robert Lepage’s scenography-based approach to adapting canonical texts. Lepage’s technique is defined here as ‘scenographic dramaturgy’, a process and product that de-privileges dramatic text and relies instead on evocative, visual performance and intercultural collaboration to re-envision extant plays and operas. Following a detailed analysis of Lepage’s adaptive process and its place in the continuum of scenic writing and auteur theatre, this book features four case studies charting the role of Lepage’s scenographic dramaturgy in re-‘writing’ extant texts, including Shakespeare’s Tempest on Huron-Wendat territory, Stravinsky’s Nightingale in a twenty-seven ton pool, and Wagner’s Ring cycle via the infamous, sixteen-million-dollar Metropolitan Opera production. The final case study offers the first interrogation of Lepage’s twenty-first century ‘auto-adaptations’ of his own seminal texts, The Dragons’ Trilogy and Needles & Opium. Though aimed at academic readers, this book will also appeal to practitioners given its focus on performance-making, adaptation and intercultural collaboration.


Canadian Theatre Review

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Description : This issue explores the divide between reproductive and productive improvisation—between the competitive individual improviser as the free-market entrepreneur of neoliberal ideology and purposeful group improvisation as healthy community formation and socially responsible intervention into the realm of the social.


Nightwood Theatre

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Description : Nightwood Theatre is by far the longest-running and most influential feminist theatre company in Canada. Since 1979 it has been a producer of new works by Canadian women, and a provider of opportunities for women theatre artists. It has also been the "home company" for some of the biggest names in Canadian theatre, such as Ann-Marie MacDonald.


Contemporary Canadian Theatre

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Description : Thirty-five critics provide a unique overview of the contemporary performing arts and their cultural and economic impact in French and English Canada, in a province-by-province assessment of playwrighting, theatre production, opera and dance, radio and TV drama. Over 70 production photographs and an extensive bibliography and index make this one of the most important books on Canadian theatre in the last decade.


Reference Sources For Canadian Literary Studies

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Description : Reference Sources for Canadian Literary Studies offers the first full-scale bibliography of writing on and in the field of Canadian literary studies. Approximately one thousand annotated entries are arranged by reference genre, with sub-groupings related to literary genre.