Twentieth-Century Theatre: A Sourcebook

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface xv
  • Prologue xvii
  • Part I - The Modernist Dimension 1
  • Introduction 3
  • 1 - Alfred Jarry 11
  • 2 - Adolphe Appia 14
  • 3 - Gordon Craig 17
  • 4 - F.T.Marinetti, E.Settimelli and B.Corra 19
  • 5 - Enrico Prampolini 23
  • 6 - Tristan Tzara 25
  • 7 - Guillaume Apollinaire 28
  • 8 - Walter Hasenclever 31
  • 9 - Valeska Gert 33
  • 10 - Stanislas Ignacy Witkiewicz 35
  • 11 - Ivan Goll 38
  • 12 - El Lissitzky 40
  • 13 - Sergei Radlov 42
  • Notes 45
  • 14 - Oskar Schlemmer 46
  • 15 - Daniil Kharms 48
  • 16 - Gertrude Stein 51
  • 17 - Eugene Ionesco 53
  • Note 55
  • 18 - Allan Kaprow 56
  • 19 - Robert Wilson 59
  • 20 - Tadeusz Kantor 63
  • 21 - Richard Foreman 68
  • Part II - The Political Dimension 73
  • Introduction 75
  • 22 - Bernard Shaw 83
  • 23 - Sergei Eisenstein 87
  • Notes 88
  • 24 - Ernst Toller 95
  • 25 - Vsevolod Meyerhold 98
  • 26 - Erwin Piscator 102
  • 27 - Workers’ Theatre Movement 108
  • 28 - Bertolt Brecht 110
  • 29 - Athol Fugard 118
  • 30 - Ariane Mnouchkine 123
  • 31 - Judy Chicago 128
  • 32 - Hélène Cixous 133
  • 33 - Carolee Schneemann 136
  • 34 - Suzanne Lacy and Leslie Labowitz 139
  • 35 - Edward Bond 144
  • 36 - Charles Ludlam 148
  • Part III - The Popular Dimension 151
  • Introduction 153
  • 37 - Gordon Craig 161
  • 38 - Vesta Tilley 163
  • 39 - Vsevolod Meyerhold 165
  • 40 - W.B.Yeats 169
  • 41 - F.T.Marinetti 171
  • 42 - Vladimir Mayakovsky 175
  • 43 - Grigori Kozintsev 178
  • 44 - Blue Blouse 181
  • 45 - Vsevolod Meyerhold 184
  • 46 - Karl Valentin 186
  • 47 - Bertolt Brecht 188
  • Notes 192
  • 48 - Jean Vilar 193
  • 49 - Armand Gatti 194
  • 50 - Peter Schumann 196
  • 51 - Dorothy Heathcote 199
  • 52 - Dario Fo 204
  • 53 - John Mcgrath 209
  • 54 - Armand Gatti 214
  • 55 - John Fox 216
  • 56 - Kwesi Owusu 220
  • Part IV - The Inner Dimension 225
  • Introduction 227
  • 57 - August Strindberg 235
  • 58 - Adolphe Appia 237
  • 59 - Gordon Craig 240
  • 60 - Vsevolod Meyerhold 243
  • 61 - Loïe Fuller 245
  • 62 - Isadora Duncan 248
  • 63 - Wassily Kandinsky 250
  • 64 - Constantin Stanislavski 253
  • 65 - Paul Kornfeld 258
  • 66 - Evgeny Vakhtangov 260
  • 67 - Federico García Lorca 263
  • 68 - Antonin Artaud 266
  • Notes 272
  • 69 - Judith Malina 275
  • 70 - Jerzy Grotowski 277
  • 71 - Louise Steinman 281
  • 72 - Rachel Rosenthal 286
  • Part V - The Global Dimension 289
  • Introduction 291
  • 73 - Antonin Artaud 300
  • 74 - Bertolt Brecht 303
  • Note 305
  • 75 - Enrique Buenaventura 306
  • 76 - Errol Hill 311
  • 77 - Luis Valdez 315
  • 78 - Peter Brook 320
  • 79 - Wole Soyinka 323
  • 80 - Ntozake Shange 327
  • 81 - Honor Ford-Smith 331
  • 82 - Augusto Boal 335
  • 83 - Hélène Cixous 340
  • 84 - Eugenio Barba 345
  • Notes 350
  • 85 - Guillermo Gómez-Peña 351
  • Acknowledgements 368
  • Index 375
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