現代ヨーロッパ演出家入門(第2版)<br>Contemporary European Theatre Directors(2 NED)

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現代ヨーロッパ演出家入門(第2版)
Contemporary European Theatre Directors(2 NED)

  • 言語:ENG
  • ISBN:9780367023164
  • eISBN:9780429682193

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Description

This expanded second edition of Contemporary European Theatre Directors is an ambitious and unprecedented overview of many of the key directors working in European theatre over the past 30 years.

This book is a vivid account of the vast range of work undertaken in European theatre during the last three decades, situated lucidly in its artistic, cultural, and political context. Each chapter discusses a particular director, showing the influences on their work, how it has developed over time, its reception, and the complex relation it has with its social and cultural context. The volume includes directors living and working in Italy, Germany, France, Spain, Poland, Russia, Romania, the UK, Belgium, Switzerland, and the Netherlands, offering a broad and international picture of the directing landscape.

Now revised and updated, Contemporary European Theatre Directors is an ideal text for both undergraduate and postgraduate directing students, as well as those researching contemporary theatre practices, providing a detailed guide to the generation of directors whose careers were forged and tempered in the changing Europe following the end of the Cold War.

Table of Contents

List of plates  Notes on contributors  Foreword by Mark Ravenhill Acknowledgements  Revised introduction to first edition Maria M. Delgado and Dan Rebellato  Introduction to the second edition Dan Rebellato and Maria M. Delgado  1. Ariane Mnouchkine: Activism, formalism, cosmopolitanism Brian Singleton  2. Patrice Chéreau: Staging the European crisis David Fancy  3. Lev Dodin: The director and cultural memory Peter Lichtenfels  4. Silviu Purcărete: Contemporising classics Aleksandar Saša Dundjerović  5. Frank Castorf and the Volksbühne: Berlin’s theatre of deconstruction Marvin Carlson  6. Daniel Mesguich: ‘Unsummarisable’ mises en scène Jim Carmody (with additional material by Dominic Glynn)  7. Declan Donnellan and Cheek by Jowl: ‘To protect the acting’ Aleks Sierz  8. Piotr Borowski and Poland’s Studium Teatralne: Where process becomes performance Paul Allain  9. Christoph Marthaler: The musicality, theatricality, and politics of postdramatic direction David Barnett  10. Jan Lauwers: Performance realities – memory, history, death Janelle Reinelt  11. Simon McBurney: Shifting under/soaring over the boundaries of Europe Stephen Knapper (with additional material by Dan Rebellato)  12. Ivo van Hove: Celebrity and reader Dennis Flannery  13. Deborah Warner: Experiments of words, bodies, and place Adam J. Ledger  14. Romeo Castellucci: The director on this earth Alan Read  15. Kristian Frédric: Boxing with the ‘gods’ Judith G. Miller  16. Krzystof Warlikowski: Rupturing taboos, curating publics Bryce Lease  17. Calixto Bieito: Staging excess in, across, and through Europe Maria M. Delgado  18. Rodrigo García and La Carnicería Teatro/Boucherie Théâtre: From the collective to the director Lourdes Orozco  19. Katie Mitchell: Learning from Europe Dan Rebellato  20. Thomas Ostermeier: A ‘sociological theatre’ for the age of globalised precarity Peter M. Boenisch  Postscripts  21. Peter Sellars: Identity, culture, and the politics of theatre in Europe Maria M. Delgado  22. The director’s new tasks Patrice Pavis Translated by Joel Anderson  Index