Delgado, Maria M. (2012) A History of Theatre in Spain. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. ISBN 9780521117692
|Creators:||Delgado, Maria M.|
Leading theatre historians and practitioners map a theatrical history that moves from the religious tropes of Medieval Iberia to the postmodern practices of twenty-first-century Spain. Considering work across the different languages of Spain, from vernacular Latin to Catalan, Galician, Castilian and Basque. This history engages with the work of actors, directors, designers, publishers, agents, impresarios, architects and ensembles. Indicating the ways in which theatre has both commented on and intervened in the major debates and issues of the day. Chapters consider paratheatrical activities and popular performance, such as the Comedia de Magia and flamenco. Alongside the works of Spain's major dramatists, from Lope de Vega to Federico García Lorca. Featuring revealing interviews with actress Nuria Espert, director Lluís Pasqual and playwright Juan Mayorga, it positions Spanish theatre within a paradigm that recognises its links and intersections with wider European and Latin American practices.
|Date:||1 April 2012|
|Deposited By:||Ms Research Administrator|
|Deposited On:||23 Mar 2016 15:01|
|Last Modified:||06 Sep 2016 11:05|
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