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by Laura Levin

  • ISBN: 0887549349
  • Category: Performing Arts
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  • Author: Laura Levin
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Playwrights Canada Press (September 20, 2011)
  • Pages: 208
  • ePub book: 1232 kb
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Theatre and Performance in Toronto. Critical Perspectives on Canadian Theatre in English. 21. Toronto: Playwrights Canada, 2011.

The Theatre Centre · Toronto, ON, Canada. Critical Interdisciplinarity - We encourage our students to develop a rigorous interdisciplinary understanding of theatre and performance by taking courses with faculty who come from a range of disciplines throughout the university. Our location within the School of the Arts, Media, Performance, and Design is essential to facilitating this approach, as the School’s curriculum is planned collaboratively each year to facilitate fluid movement among the programs, joint summer institutes and speaker series, and high-level interdisciplinary conversations across the arts.

Theatre in Atlantic Canada. Laura Levin, ed. Theatre and Performance in Toronto. Queer Theatre in Canada. Rob Appleford, ed. Aboriginal Drama and Theatre. Vol. 1; Alan Filewod, ed. Theatre Histories. 13; Susan Knutson, ed. Canadian Shakespeare.

Gathers together for the first time a set of provocative critical essays that explore the development of Toronto as an important national and global site of cultural . product description page.

Gathers together for the first time a set of provocative critical essays that explore the development of Toronto as an important national and global site of cultural production. They ask timely questions about what it means to historicize performance in an urban context and how performance can serve as a useful lens for coming to terms with contemporary urban processes. Theatre and Performance in Toronto - (Critical Perspectives on Canadian Theatre in English) (Paperback).

Toronto Theatre Guide: Performing Arts and Live Theatre in Toronto. You may like: Christmas & Holiday Theatre in Toronto

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This entry into the Critical Perspectives on Canadian Theatre in English series presents a representative sampling of critical essays focusing on the work of Judith Thompson. The contributors include: George Toles, Robert C. Nunn, Julie Adam, Jen Harvie, Sherrill Grace, Craig Stewart Walker, Claudia Barnett, Penny Farfan, Dalbir Singh, Robyn Read, Laura Levin, and Kim Solga. Those interested in the plays of Judith Thompson will find this anthology to be fascinating and rewarding.

Aboriginal Theatre and Drama is the first of the twelve-volume Critical Perspectives on Canadian Theatre in English series. Article in University of Toronto Quarterly 76(1):624-625 · January 2007 with 4 Reads. Cite this publication.

Gathers together for the first time a set of provocative critical essays that explore the development of Toronto as an important national and global site of cultural production. They ask timely questions about what it means tohistoricize performance in an urban context and how performance can serve as a useful lens for coming to terms with contemporary urban processes.