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Emeljanow, Victor

War and Theatrical Innovation

Emeljanow, Victor - War and Theatrical Innovation, ebook

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Table of contents

Part I. Theatrical Training

1. The Greek Tragic Chorus and Its Training for War: Movement, Music and Harmony in Theatrical and Military Performance
Will Shüler

2. Cultural Camouflage: Acting Identities in World War 2 Espionage
Fraser Stevens

3. The Scenographer as Camoufleur
Greer Crawley

Part II. Propaganda Strategies

4. Puppetry and the Spanish Civil War
Cariad Astles

5. Theatrical Propaganda and an Imagined West During the Korean War
Yuh-Jhung Hwang

6. The Biopolitics of ISIS’ Iconoclastic Propaganda
Gabriella Calchi-Novati

Part III. Patronage and New Directions

7. Guns, Money and the Muse: New Patronage in the Russian Civil War, 1919–1922
Mayhill C. Fowler

8. Manipulating Beijing Opera: Criminality and Prosperity During Civil War in China C. 1930
Lu Miao, Wei Feng

9. Patronizing the National Stage: Subsidies and Control in Wartime Britain
Anselm Heinrich

10. ‘Make Do and Mend’: Civilian and Military Audiences in Australian Popular Entertainment During the Pacific War of 1942–1945
Veronica Kelly

Keywords: Cultural and Media Studies, Theatre and Performance Studies

Editor
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2017
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Palgrave Studies in Theatre and Performance History
Page amount
27 pages
Category
Art, Art History
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781137602251
Printed ISBN
978-1-137-60224-4

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