The scope of the book is impressive. ... As a reference book, the Companions give readers a quick briefing on almost any theatrical performancec subject, which will prove to be incredibly useful for academics, students, critics and other practitioners wishing to gaina foretaste of subjects which may lead to more in-depth study elsewhere. ( Francisco Costa, Theatre Research International)Reseña del editor:
The Oxford Companion to Theatre and Performance is based on the celebrated Oxford Encyclopedia of Theatre and Performance. It covers styles and movements, buildings, organizations, and traditions from the world of live performance as well as biographies of actors, playwrights, directors, and designers including the prominent people and companies in the industry today. Popular and accessible in its approach, the Companion has 2,400 entries presented in a compact and portable format, and includes a timeline of historical and cultural events in the world of theatre and performance from c.3000 BC to the present day, as well as an extensive bibliography and an appendix of useful web links, which is supported and can be accessed through a companion website.
This Companion provides an informative and accessible point of reference essential for both the theatre-going public and specialists and professionals in the field.
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