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Devised and Collaborative Theatre

A Practical Guide

Author: Tina Bicât

Publisher: Crowood Press

ISBN:

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 160

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This book is written for all companies, student and professional, who are interested in non-text-based theatre and shines a practical light on the passionate business of the devising process. It includes suggestions and advice on getting started and developing trust and communication within the devising company; how to research and use the results to stimulate ideas and discussion in the rehearsal period; encouraging, channelling, and developing ideas in the rehearsal room; discovering and incorporating the unexpected in rehearsal; backstage and design work, with sample checklists; raising money and organizing budgets; and how to stop talking, start playing, and develop the performance for an audience.

COSTUME and DESIGN FOR DEVISED and PHYSICAL THEATRE

Author: Tina Bicat

Publisher: Crowood

ISBN:

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 128

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Costumes designed and made for devised or physical drama, for contemporary circus or for dance, differ radically from the more traditional costume work produced for naturalistic performance. For those working in the field - whether professional or student - these differences present challenges that this book seeks to highlight and explain while offering effective solutions to overcome them. Includes: the differences between designing for scripted and for devised work; the specialized designing, cutting and making, and fitting of costumes for dance, circus and other physical work; the role of the designer/maker in the devising company; design invention in the rehearsal room; the management of both time and budget with the late changes that happen with devised work; the breadth of different skills used in the work for performance.

Writing in Collaborative Theatre-Making

Author: Sarah Sigal

Publisher: Macmillan International Higher Education

ISBN:

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 240

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This engaging text explores the role of the writer and the text in collaborative practice through the work of contemporary writers and companies working in Britain, offering students and aspiring writers and directors effective practical strategies for collaborative work.

Practical Theatre

A Post-16 Approach

Author: Sally Mackey

Publisher: Nelson Thornes

ISBN:

Category: Acting

Page: 386

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Practical Theatre meets the requirements of the A level theatre studies/performing arts syllabuses and GNVQ performing arts. It seeks to encourage practical quality work by providing a rigorous framework of knowledge.

Devising Performance

A Critical History

Author: Deirdre Heddon

Publisher: Macmillan International Higher Education

ISBN:

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 282

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Devising Performance charts the development of collaboratively created performances from the 1950s to the early twenty-first century. Through a range of case studies drawn from Britain, the USA and Australia, Heddon and Jane encourage us to look more carefully at different modes of devising and to consider their implications in the present day.

Devising Theatre

A Practical and Theoretical Handbook

Author: Alison Oddey

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN:

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 272

View: 987

Devising Theatre is a practical handbook that combines a critical analysis of contemporary devised theatre practice with descriptions of selected companies, and suggestions for any group devising theatre from scratch. It is the first book to propose a general theory of devised theatre. After identifying the unique nature of this type of performance, the author examines how devised theatre is perceived by professional practitioners, and provides an historical overview illustrating how it has evolved since the 1960s. Alison Oddey examines the particular working practices and products of a number of professional companies, including a Reminiscence theatre for the elderly and a theatre-in-education group, and offers ideas and exercises for exploration and experimentation.

Contemporary British Drama

Author: David Lane

Publisher: Edinburgh University Press

ISBN:

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 240

View: 844

This book offers an extended analysis of writers and theatre companies in Britain since 1995, and explores them alongside recent cultural, social and political developments. Referencing well-known practitioners from modern theatre, this book is an excelle

Women, Collective Creation, and Devised Performance

The Rise of Women Theatre Artists in the Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries

Author: Kathryn Mederos Syssoyeva

Publisher: Springer

ISBN:

Category: Social Science

Page: 348

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This book explores the role and centrality of women in the development of collaborative theatre practice, alongside the significance of collective creation and devising in the development of the modern theatre. Tracing a web of women theatremakers in Europe and North America, this book explores the connections between early twentieth century collective theatre practices such as workers theatre and the dramatic play movement, and the subsequent spread of theatrical devising. Chapters investigate the work of the Settlement Houses, total theatre in 1920s’ France, the mid-century avant-garde and New Left collectives, the nomadic performances of Europe’s transnational theatre troupes, street-theatre protests, and contemporary devising. In so doing, the book further elucidates a history of modern theatre begun in A History of Collective Creation (2013) and Collective Creation in Contemporary Performance (2013), in which the seemingly marginal and disparate practices of collective creation and devising are revealed as central—and women theatremakers revealed as progenitors of these practices.

The Handbook of Stage Costume

Author: Tina Bicât

Publisher: Crowood Press

ISBN:

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 144

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The Handbook of Stage Costume is a comprehensive guide to designing, finding, and creating costumes for the stage. Straightforward and accessible, the book aims to give you the skills and the confidence to dress a variety of theater productions, from a full-scale musical to an abstract, improvised performance. It explains production meetings and the structure of a theatre company; working to a budget; the importance of costume to actor and audience; shopping, cutting, and making; costume for devised and physical theatre production; managing the wardrobe; and technical and dress rehearsals.

Brazilian Collaborative Theater

Interviews with Directors, Performers and Choreographers

Author: Aleksandar Dundjerović

Publisher: McFarland

ISBN:

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 213

View: 877

 Brazil has one of the most vibrant theater cultures in the world, home to a wide variety of theatrical expression. This collection of 15 interviews includes some of the country’s most prolific creative minds—Zé Celso (Teatro Oficina), Antunes Filho, Gerald Thomas, Nós do Morro, Rudolfo Vásquez (Os Satyros), Antônio Araujo (Teatro Vertigem), Enrique Díaz (Cia do Atores) and Lia Rodrigues, to name a few—discussing their approaches to the collaborative theater process. They describe a collective creative environment in which practitioners are concerned with fundamental questions about social, cultural and artistic contexts in which productions are staged, and the interdisciplinary climate that predominated from the beginning of the 1980s.

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