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Committing theatre

Alan D. Filewod

Committing theatre

theatre radicalism and political intervention in Canada

by Alan D. Filewod

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  • 39 Currently reading

Published by Between the Lines in Toronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Theater,
  • Actors,
  • Political activity,
  • History

  • Edition Notes

    StatementAlan Filewod
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPN2303 .F54 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 364 p. :
    Number of Pages364
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25143975M
    ISBN 109781926662763
    LC Control Number2011459763
    OCLC/WorldCa742181507

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[Committing Theatre] is an absolutely essential book in its field–fuelled by a passion for theatre that makes a difference–and will permanently change the way in which theatre in Canada is understood.

– Literary Review of Canada. Committing Theatre challenges traditional paradigms and should be required reading in any study of Canadian. Committing Theatre offers the first full-length historical study of political intervention theatre and theatrical spectatorship in English Canada.

Building on twenty years of research and engagement in the field, this book’s historical narrative frames close-up examples of how theatre artists have intervened in and engaged with political struggle from the midth century to the : Alan Filewod.

Committing Theatre offers the first full-length historical study of political intervention theatre and theatrical spectatorship in English Canada. Building on twenty years of research and engagement in the field, this book’s historical narrative frames close-up examples of how theatre artists have intervened in and engaged with political struggle from the midth century to the : Between The Lines.

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Building on twenty years of research and engagement in the field, this book’s historical narrative frames close-up examples of how theatre artists have intervened in and engaged with political struggle from the midth century to the : Alan Filewod.

Committing Theatre. Toronto: Between the Lines Books, Pp. Illustrated. $ (Pb). Alan Filewod's book offers new perspectives on Canadian theatre history, recognizing as theatre a potpourri of acts categorized as demonstrations, parades, radio, and journalistic dialogues.

Committing Theatre challenges fellow academics and theatre geeks to look beyond shopworn definitions of art-for-art’s-sake aestheticism in order to view what, for Filewod, is perhaps theatre’s most potent contemporary role: its ability to disturb the status quo and thus contribute to the development of the human species.

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