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- Intellect 1998; US$ 10.00
This book acts as a forum for investigating how African Theatre works and what its place is in this postmodern society. It provides the subject with a degree of detail unmatched in previous books, reflecting a new approach to the study of the performing arts in this region. The book provides an opportunity to discover contemporary material from experts,... more...
- Boydell & Brewer 2010; US$ 29.95
The urge to create theatre in Africa has far outpaced the desire to document performances, and as a result, those preparing accounts of theatre movements and performance on the continent have very limited resources to work on. 'African Theatre 9' addresses the topic of theatre history and, more specifically, looks at a selection of theatrical... more...
- Troubador Publishing Ltd 2008; Not Available
After joining the South African Army and serving as a gunner in the coastal artillery, Neville Phillips was transferred to the entertainment unit where he spent four years doing shows for the Allied troops in North Africa and Italy. This work offers an account of times, places and people that played an important part in an aspiring actor's life. more...
- Indiana University Press 2007; US$ 21.20
In Performance and Politics in Tanzania, Laura Edmondson examines how politics, social values, and gender are expressed on stage. Now a disappearing tradition, Tanzanian popular theatre integrates comic sketches, acrobatics, melodrama, song, and dance to produce lively commentaries on what it means to... more...
- Twaweza Communications 2008; US$ 24.95
Getting Heard: (Re)claiming Performance Space is the third in a series of publications on art, culture and society released by Twaweza Communications. The aim is to bring to the fore conversations taking place in Kenya about identity, creativity, nationalism and the generation of knowledge. The series is also about the pursuit of freedom through arts,... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2003; US$ 36.95
This book explores the themes of colonial encounters and postcolonial contests over identity, power and culture through the prism of theatre. The author examines the work of prominent Nigerian and British playwrights who came of age after the passing of the British Empire. more...
- Taylor and Francis 2004; US$ 89.00
This study presents the first broad analysis of Maghrebian women's dramatic literature undertaken in English. The book considers sixty-five plays and works of performance art by they twenty-eight women dramatists from the Maghreb. more...
- Taylor and Francis 1999; US$ 35.95
Part two of a three texts compiled during the years of change in South Africa, charts the impact of Apartheid and the cultural boycott on performance, and examining the role of women in theatre. Part two contains interviews with key theatre practitioners. more...
- Taylor and Francis 1999; US$ 35.95
Part three of a three texts compiled during the years of change in South Africa, charts the impact of Apartheid and the cultural boycott on performance, and examining the role of women in theatre. Part three focuses on gender and sexuality and features the text of "So What's New". more...
- Cambridge University Press 2004; US$ 53.00
This is the first full history of theatre in Africa and offers a comprehensive, yet accessible, account of this long and varied chronicle. Chapters include an examination of the concepts of 'history' and 'theatre'; North Africa; Francophone theatre; Anglophone West Africa; East Africa; Southern Africa; Lusophone African theatre; and Mauritius. more...