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Author: Cesare Molinari
Publisher: New York, McGraw-Hill [1975]
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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Molinari, Cesare, 1935-
Theatre through the ages.
New York, McGraw-Hill [1975]
(OCoLC)643558486
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Cesare Molinari
ISBN: 0070426651 9780070426658
OCLC Number: 810975
Notes: Translation of Teatro.
Description: 324 pages illustrations 30 cm
Contents: Theatre among primitive peoples --
The origins of Greek tragedy and the satyric drama --
Greek tragedy in the fifth century B.C. --
Aristophanes and Greek comedy --
The architecture of Hellenistic and Roman theatres --
Roman theatre --
Everyday theatre in the Middle Ages: mimes and minstrels --
Liturgical drama --
The mystery-plays: religious theatre for the people --
The humanist revival of ancient classical theatre --
Learning, speculation and archeology in the Renaissance --
The baroque vogue for opera --
The commedia dell'arte --
French professional acting from farce to tragedy --
The comedie francaise in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries --
Theatre on wheels and in courtyards in the golden age --
For the kings of England --
four and five fencing foils and one wooden hoop --
English theatre during the Restoration --
Garrick and Shakespearian interpretation --
Lessing and middle-class theatre --
History, Shakespeare, and romanticism --
The boulevards of Paris and the strolling players of romantic Italy --
Forms and motifs in the oriental tradition --
Naturalism and psychological realism: Antoine and Stanislavsky --
The theatre artist and his symbols --
Theatre and poltic and the strolling players of romantic Italy --
Forms and motifs in the oriental tradition --
Naturalism and psychological realism: Antoine and Stanislavsky --
The theatre artist and his symbols --
Theatre and political strife --
The disintegration of theatrical space.
Other Titles: Teatro.
Responsibility: Translated by Colin Hamer.
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