The Routledge Companion to Dramaturgy by Magda Romanska (English) Paperback Book

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Seller: the_nile_stores (59,946) 99.1%, Location: Ohio, Ships to: GB, Item: 263699194602 FREE SHIPPING UK WIDE The Routledge Companion to Dramaturgy by Magda Romanska Dramaturgy, in its many forms, is a fundamental and indispensable element of contemporary theatre. In its earliest definition, the word itself means a comprehensive theory of "play making." Although it initially grew out of theatre, contemporary dramaturgy has made enormous advances in recent years, and it now permeates all kinds of narrative forms and structures: from opera to performance art; from dance and multimedia to filmmaking and robotics.In our global, mediated context of multinational group collaborations that dissolve traditional divisions of roles as well as unbend previously intransigent rules of time and space, the dramaturg is also the ultimate globalist: intercultural mediator, information and research manager, media content analyst, interdisciplinary negotiator, social media strategist.This collection focuses on contemporary dramaturgical practice, bringing together contributions not only from academics but also from prominent working dramaturgs. The inclusion of both means a strong level of engagement with current issues in dramaturgy, from the impact of social media to the ongoing centrality of interdisciplinary and intermedial processes. The contributions survey the field through eight main lenses: world dramaturgy and global perspectivedramaturgy as function, verb and skilldramaturgical leadership and season planningproduction dramaturgy in translationadaptation and new play developmentinterdisciplinary dramaturgyplay analysis in postdramatic and new media dramaturgysocial media and audience outreach.Magda Romanska is Visiting Associate Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures at Harvard University, Associate Professor of Theatre and Dramaturgy at Emerson College, and Dramaturg for Boston Lyric Opera. Her books include The Post-Traumatic Theatre of Grotowski and Kantor (2012), Boguslaw Schaeffer: An Anthology (2012), and Comedy: An Anthology of Theory and Criticism (2014). FORMAT Paperback LANGUAGE English CONDITION Brand New Table of Contents IntroductionMagda RomanskaPart I World dramaturgy in the twenty-first century1 Robert Blacker looks at the past and future of American dramaturgyJacob Gallagher-Ross and Robert Blacker2 Contemporary new play dramaturgy in CanadaBrian Quirt3 Collaborative dramaturgy in Latin American theaterMargarita Espada4 Documentary dramaturgy in BrazilJulie Ann Ward5 The place of a dramaturg in twenty-first century EnglandDuska Radosavljevic6 On German DramaturgyBernd StegemannTranslated by Johannes Stier7 The making of La Dramaturgie in FranceKate Bredeson8 Dramaturgy and the role of the dramaturg in PolandAgata DabekTranslated by Michael Leonard Kersey Morris9 The new play dramaturgy in RussiaPavel RudnevTranslated by Jessica Hinds-Bond10 Dramaturgy in post-revolution Iran: problems and prospectsMarjan Moosavi11 Performing dramaturgy in Syria: observations and interview with Mayson AliFadi Fayad Skeiker12 Official and unofficial dramaturgs: dramaturgy in ChinaWilliam Huizhu Sun13 Dramaturgy of Separated Elements in the Experimental Japanese TheatreEiichiro Hirata14 Dramaturgy in Indian theatre: a closer viewKetaki Datta15 Dramaturgy in Australia and the case of Avast and Doku RaiPeter Alexander Eckersall16 Dramaturgies in/of South AfricaMarie-Heleen Coetzee and Alan MunroPart II Dramaturgy in the age of globalization17 The dramaturg as globalistTom Sellar18 Freelance dramaturgs in the twenty-first century: journalists, advocates, and curatorsAnne Hamilton19 The National Theatre goes international: global branding and the regionsJens Peters20 From alienation to identity: transnational communication of Russian-Israeli theatreMiriam Yahil-Wax21 Intercultural dramaturgy: dramaturg as cultural liaisonWalter Byongsok Chon22 The dramaturgical bridge: contextualizing foreignness in multilingual theatreDebra Caplan23 Reading and (re)directing "racial scripts" on and beyond the stageFaedra Chatard Carpenter24 Transcultural dramaturgy methodsJudith Rudakoff25 The dramaturgical process and global understandingRobyn Quick26 European dramaturgy in the twenty-first centuryMarianne Van KerkhovenPart III Dramaturgy in motion: demolitions, definitions, and demarcations27 Dramaturgy on shifting groundsHans-Thies Lehmann and Patrick Primavesi28 Dramaturgy as skill, function, and verbLawrence Switzky29 Interactual dramaturgy: intention and affect in interdisciplinary performanceBruce Barton30 The expansion of the role of the dramaturg in contemporary collaborative performanceSarah Sigal31 Who is the dramaturg in devised theatre?Teresa Stankiewicz32 Finding our hyphenates: a new era for dramaturgsJessica Applebaum33 Dramaturgy as a way of looking into the spectators aesthetic experienceMilan Zvada34 Dramaturgy as training: a collaborative model at Shakespeares GlobeAmy Kenny35 The art of collaboration: on dramaturgy and directingAnne Bogart and Jackson Gay36 Dramaturgy in action{...}even if its not as a dramaturgThomas A. OldhamPart IV Dramaturgs as artistic leaders and visionaries: privileges and responsibilities of the office37 Dramaturgs as artistic leadersGideon Lester38 Dramaturgical leadership and the politics of appeal in commercial theatreKen Cerniglia39 On dramaturgy and leadershipVicki Stroich40 Leadeship advice to a dramaturgy studentAnne Cattaneo41 Season planning: challenges and opportunitiesEdward Sobel42 The dramaturgs role in diversity and audience developmentJulie Felise Dubiner43 Guthrie Theaters debt to women and diversityMarianne Combs44 Reimagining the literary office: designing a department that fulfills your purposeJanine Sobeck45 The National New Play Network Collaborative Literary Office: new tools for old tricksJason Loewith and Gwydion SuilebhanPart V Dramaturg as context manager: transculturalism, translation, adaptation, and contextualization46 A view from the bridge: the dramaturgs role when working on a play in translationKatalin Trencsenyi47 Lost in translationGitta Honegger48 The dissemination of theatrical translationAdam Versenyi49 Literary adaptation for the stage: a primer for adaptation dramaturgsJane Barnette50 Intermingling literary and theatrical conventionsTomasz Wisniewski51 Research strategies in dramaturgical practiceMatt DiCintio52 Dramaturg as context manager: a phenomenological and political practiceGraca Correa53 New play explorations in the twenty-first centuryMark Bly54 Thinking like an actor: a guide for the production dramaturgAndrew Ian Carlson55 The youth respondent method: new work development for Theatre for Young AudiencesKristin LeaheyPart VI Dramaturgy among other arts: interdisciplinarity, transdisciplinarity, and transvergence56 Complex in-betweeness of dramaturgy and performance studiesMarin Blazevic57 The dramaturg(ies) of puppetry and visual theatreDassia N. Posner58 A method for musical theatre dramaturgyBrian D. Valencia59 Borderless dramaturgy in dance theatreVessela S. Warner60 The role of the dramaturg in the creation of new opera worksAndrew Eggert61 Dramaturgy and filmGerry Potter62 Phronesis for robots: (re)covering dramaturgy as an InterdisciplineMichael Chemers63 Dramaturgical design of the narrative in digital gamesKlaus P. Jantke64 New media dramaturgyPeter Eckersall, Helena Grehan, and Edward Scheer65 The science of dramaturgy and the dramaturgy of scienceJules Odendahl-JamesPart VII Dramaturg as systems analyst: dramaturgy of postdramatic structures66 Postdramatic dramaturgyGad Kaynar67 Teaching deconstructivelyBarbara Johnson68 EFs visit to a small planet: some questions to ask a playElinor Fuchs69 Dramaturging non-realism: creating a new vocabularyTori Haring-Smith70 On dramaturgy in contemporary dance and choreographySandra Noeth71 Research, counter-text, performance: reconsidering the (textual) authority of the dramaturgD. J. Hopkins72 The bead diagram: a protean tool for script analysisShelley Orr73 Methods for a new dramaturgy of digital performanceJodie McNeilly74 Drametrics: what dramaturgs should learn from mathematiciansMagda Romanska75 Parallel-text analysis and practical dramaturgiesToby MalonePart VIII Dramaturg as public relations manager: immersions, talkbacks, lobby displays, and social networks76 Dramaturgy and the immersive theatre experienceCatherine Bouko77 Barrack-dramaturgy and the captive audienceAndras Visky78 Framing the theatrical experience: lobby displaysMiriam Weisfeld79 Dramaturg as public relations managerKatie Rasor80 Talkbacks: asking good discussion questionsJodi Kanter81 Talkbacks for "sensitive subject matter" productions: the theory and practiceMartine Kei Green-Rogers82 Dramaturgies for the digital ageIlinca Todorut83 Digital engagement: strategies for online dramaturgyTanya Dean84 Digital dramaturgy and digital dramaturgsLaRonika Thomas85 Can technology save theatre? Tweet Seats, YouTube auditions, and Facebook backstage?Randi Zuckerberg Review "Romanska has put together a robust, impressively comprehensive volume that covers the ever-broadening scope of contemporary dramaturgy within a global context... this volume reveals the established, emerging, and imagined ideas of what dramaturgy is and could be... [it] is destined to become a go-to reference for practitioners and students of dramaturgy, along with directors, critics, playwrights, and theater scholars. Highly recommended." - Choice"It is not overstating the case to say that this volume will for sure be the book of reference for students, scholars, and dramaturgs in the fields named above if it comes to questions of dramaturgy. The Routledge Companion to Dramaturgy goes far beyond a conventional handbook on dramaturgy as a way to structure a text to be staged. Rather, it claims attention to and evokes interest for the variety of a concept and a profession that not only covers crucial aspects of the field, but also implicitly highlights the richesse of dramaturgy as a field of study and therefore advocates theatre, performance and media studies as important disciplines that have a long history whose end is not in sight." - Journal of Contemporary Drama in English"A wide range of working methods in postdramatic theatre outlined in clear terms."- Theatralia"A timely gift to the world of contemporary theatre."- American Theatre"A singular, vital, and necessary contribution to the field."- Platform: Postgraduate Journal of Theatre Arts"An indispensable resource for anyone serious about dramaturgy."- Contemporary Theatre Review"The Routledge Companion to Dramaturgy will prove highly useful in theatre and performance practice, education, and scholarship."- Theatre Survey "Offers an impressive range of voices and insights into dramaturgical practice." - Theatre Research International Details ISBN1138946338 Short Title ROUTLEDGE COMPANION TO DRAMATU Publisher Routledge Language English ISBN-10 1138946338 ISBN-13 9781138946330 Media Book Format Paperback DEWEY 792.023 Year 2015 Imprint Routledge Place of Publication London Country of Publication United Kingdom Edited by Magda Romanska Author Magda Romanska Publication Date 2015-07-22 Pages 534 Illustrations 38 Halftones, black and white Affiliation Emerson College, Boston, USA Series Routledge Companions Dimensions173mm x 30mm x 244mm We've got this At The Nile, if you're looking for it, we've got it. 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