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eBook Men at Play: Masculinities in Australian Theatre Since the 1950s. (Australian Playwrights) ePub

by Jonathan Bollen,Adrian Kiernander,Bruce Parr

  • ISBN: 9042023570
  • Category: Performing Arts
  • Subcategory: Photo and Art
  • Author: Jonathan Bollen,Adrian Kiernander,Bruce Parr
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Rodopi (March 10, 2008)
  • Pages: 264
  • ePub book: 1666 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1134 kb
  • Other: mbr lrf lit mobi
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 467

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Men at Play explores theatre's role in presenting and contesting images of. .

Men at Play explores theatre's role in presenting and contesting images of masculinity in Australia. How do Australian playwrights depict masculinities in the present and the past, in the bush and on the beach, in the city and in the suburbs? How do Australian plays dramatise gender issues like father-son relations, romance and intimacy, violence and bullying, mateship and homosexuality, race relations between men, and men's experiences of war and migration? Men at Play explores theatre's role in presenting and contesting images of masculinity in Australia.

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Jonathan Bollen, Bruce Parr, Adrian Kiernander. Make it Australian: the Australian Performing. Previous: Pages 3-64: White with wire wheels. Australian playwrights. Library availability. Setting a reading intention helps you organise your reading.

How are masculinities enacted in Australian theatre? . The book looks at plays as they are produced in the theatre and masculinity as it is enacted on the stage

How are masculinities enacted in Australian theatre? How do Australian playwrights depict masculinities in the present and the past, in the bush and on the beach, in the city and in the suburbs? . Men at Play explores theatre?s role in presenting and contesting images of masculinity in Australia. The book looks at plays as they are produced in the theatre and masculinity as it is enacted on the stage.

How are masculinities enacted in Australian theatre? How do Australian playwrights depict masculinities in the present and the past, in the .

How are masculinities enacted in Australian theatre? How do Australian playwrights depict masculinities in the present and the past, in the bush and on the beach, in the city and in the suburbs? How do Australian plays dramatise gender issues like father-son relations, romance and intimacy, violence and bullying, mateship and homosexuality, race relations between men, and men's experiences of war and migration? Men at Play explores theatre's role.

Australian Playwrights. Adrian Kiernander is Professor of Theatre Studies at the University of New England in Armidale, New South Wales

Australian Playwrights. Jonathan Bollen Bruce Parr Adrian Kiernander2008. Adrian Kiernander is Professor of Theatre Studies at the University of New England in Armidale, New South Wales. Bruce Parr has taught theatre studies at the Universities of Queensland and New England (Armidale and Brisbane campuses).

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Jonathan Bollen, Adrian Kiernander and Bruce Parr Rodopi .

How do Australian playwrights depict masculinities in the present and the past, in the bush and on the beach, in the city and in the suburbs? How do Australian plays dramatise gender issues like father-son relations, romance and intimacy, violence and bullying, mateship and homosexuality, race relations between men, and men’s experiences of war and migration? Men at Play explores theatre’s role in presenting and contesting images of masculinity in Australia.

How are masculinities enacted in Australian theatre? How do Australian playwrights depict masculinities in the present and the past, in the bush and on the beach, in the city and in the suburbs? How do Australian plays dramatise gender issues like father-son relations, romance and intimacy, violence and bullying, mateship and homosexuality, race relations between men, and men's experiences of war and migration? Men at Play explores theatre's role in presenting and contesting images of masculinity in Australia. It ranges from often-produced plays of the 1950s to successful contemporary plays - from Dick Diamond's Reedy River, Ray Lawler's Summer of the Seventeenth Doll, Richard Beynon's The Shifting Heart and Alan Seymour's The One Day of the Year to David Williamson's Sons of Cain, Richard Barrett's The Heartbreak Kid, Gordon Graham's The Boys and Nick Enright's Blackrock. The book looks at plays as they are produced in the theatre and masculinity as it is enacted on the stage. It is written in an accessible style for students and teachers in drama at university and senior high school. The book's contribution to contemporary debates about masculinity will also interest scholars in gender, race and sexuality studies, literary studies and Australian history.