5 edition of Space and the Geographies of Theatre (Critical Perspectives on Canadian Theatre in English Vol. IX) found in the catalog.
Space and the Geographies of Theatre (Critical Perspectives on Canadian Theatre in English Vol. IX)
January 30, 2008
by Playwrights Canada Press
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|Number of Pages||224|
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Description. Includes:The Regionalism of Canadian Drama by Diane Bessai () Playwrights in a Landscape: The Changing Image of Rural Ontario by Alexander M.
Leggatt ()"A Country of the Soul": Herman Voaden, Lowrie Warrener and the Writing of Symphony by Anton Wagner ()Between Empires: Post-Imperialism and Canadian Theatre by Alan Filewod.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xvii, pages ; 23 cm. Contents: Theatrical geographies, geographies of theatre / Michael McKinnie --The regionalism of Canadian drama / Diane Bessai --Playwrights in a landscape: the changing image of rural Ontario / Alexander M.
Leggatt --"A country of the soul": Herman Voaden, Lowrie. Michael McKinnie is Senior Lecturer in Drama at Queen Mary, University of London (United Kingdom). He is the author of City Stages: Theatre and Urban Space in a Global City (University of Toronto Press, ), and his work has appeared, among other places, in Theatre Journal, Modern Drama, Theatre Research in Canada/Recherches thÃ©Ã¢trales au Canada, Contemporary Theatre.
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