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Radical Theatricality

Jongleuresque Performance on the Early Spanish Stage (Prudue Studies in Romance Literatures)

by Bruce R. Burningham

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Published by Purdue University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Literary studies: 16th to 18th centuries,
  • Theatre, drama,
  • Performing Arts,
  • Literature - Classics / Criticism,
  • Performing Arts/Dance,
  • Spain,
  • Drama,
  • Theater - History & Criticism,
  • Literary Criticism & Collections / General,
  • Theater - General,
  • History,
  • Minstrels,
  • Street theater,
  • Theater,
  • General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages244
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8600754M
    ISBN 101557534411
    ISBN 109781557534415

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    Burningham, Bruce R Radical Theatricality: Jongleuresque Performance on the Early Spanish Stage West Lafayette, IN Purdue University Press Campbell, Jodi Monarchy, Political Culture, and Drama in Seventeenth-Century Madrid: Theater of Negotiation Aldershot Ashgate Book description The horror film generally presents a situation where normality is threatened by a monster. From this premise, Theatricality in the Horror Film argues that scary movies often create their terrifying effects stylistically and structurally through a radical break with the realism of normality in the form of monstrous theatricality.


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Book Description Radical Theatricality argues that our narrow search for extant medieval play scripts depends entirely on a definition of theater far more literary than performative. This literary definition pushes aside some of our best evidence of Spain's medieval performance traditions precisely because this evidence is considered either intangible or "un-dramatic" (that is, monologic).

Radical Theatricality argues that our narrow search for extant medieval play scripts depends entirely on a definition of theater far more literary than performative. This literary definition pushes. Radical Theatricality argues that our narrow search for extant medieval play scripts depends entirely on a definition of theater far more literary than performative.

This literary definition pushes aside some of our best evidence of Spain's medieval performance traditions precisely because this evidence is considered either intangible or "un-dramatic" (that is, monologic).Cited by: 9.

Radical Theatricality is a truly original and insightful work that takes the discussion of theater across boundaries of national traditions and literary periods. Transgressing those divisions artificially traced in the nineteenth century helps us to see how theater really worked and developed in early modern Europe, as theater troupes and developing performance modes traveled from country to.

Radical Theatricality describes medieval and early modern oral traditions through the culture of “jongleuresque” performers: juglares, trovadores, and other itinerant players, who have been relegated to the fringes of theatre : Christopher B.

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“Radical Theatricality: Jongleuresque Performance on the Early Spanish Stage.” Theatre Jour no. 4 (Dec. ): [book review]. Radical Theatricality: Jongleuresque Performance on the Early Spanish Stage.

West Lafayette: Purdue UP, xii pages. The primary focus of studies of the Spanish comedia was once the literary arti-fact—its structure and themes, language and imagery, text and context.

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ISBN: OCLC Number: Reproduction Notes: Electronic reproduction. [S.l.]: HathiTrust Digital Library,   Reviews b ur ni ng ha m, br uc e r. Radical Theatricality: Jongleuresque Performance on the Early Spanish Stage.

West Lafayette: Purdue UP, xii pages. The primary focus of studies of the Spanish comedia was once the literary artifact--its structure and themes, language and imagery, text and context.

That is far from the case today. Since John Varey and N. Shergold. The Theatricality of the Punctum: Re-Viewing Camera Lucida of movement and time in the work explored a radical theatricality circulating between bodies, spaces and images.

book offers a. However, because Haley is interested primarily in exploring the ways in which the puppet show functions as "an analogue to the novel as a whole, [reproducing] on a miniature scale the same basic relationships among storyteller, story and audience that are discernible in the novel's overall scheme" (), his interpretation of this passage.

Jongleuresque Dialogue, Radical Theatricality, and Maese Pedro's Puppet Show 1 This essay is part of a larger stud y examining the performative influence of medieval street theater on the early Spanis h stage.

The author gratefully acknow. Theatricality, and the Feminine in Greek Drama FOR A SPECIMEN OF SHEER theatrical power, it would be difficult to match the climactic scene of Euripides' Bacchae () where Pentheus at last comes under the spell of his adversary, the god Dionysus, and acknowledges his secret desire to spy upon the women of Thebes who have left the city to go.

From this premise, Theatricality in the Horror Film argues that scary movies often create their terrifying effects stylistically and structurally through a radical break with the realism of normality in the form of monstrous theatricality.

Theatricality in the horror fi lm expresses itself in many ways. Radical Theatricality is a truly original and insightful work that takes the discussion of theater across boundaries of national traditions and literary : Margaret Rich Greer.

Jonas Barish's book, The Antitheatrical Prejudice, was, according to one of his Berkeley colleagues, immediately recognized as having given intellectual and historical definition to a phenomenon which up to that point had been only dimly observed and understood. By focusing on the dialogic relationship that exists in performance between performer and spectator—rather than on the kind of literary dialogue between characters that is traditionally associated with drama—Radical Theatricality diachronically examines the performative poetics of the jongleuresque tradition (broadly defined to encompass such disparate performers as ancient Greek.

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From this premise, this book argues that scary movies often create their terrifying effects stylistically and structurally through a radical break with the realism of normality in the form of monstrous theatricality.As is well known, the horror film generally presents a situation where normality is threatened by a monster.

From this premise, this book argues that scary movies often create their terrifying effe.