By Bengi Atesöz-Dorge
By Benita Brown,Dannabang Kuwabong,Christopher Olsen
InMyth functionality within the African Diasporas: Ritual, Theatre, and Dance, the authors contend that functionality traditions throughout inventive disciplines display a shared—if occasionally varied—journey between diasporic artists to reconnect with their African ancestors. the quantity starts off with a historic and aesthetic evaluation of the way dramatists, choreographers, and function artists have approached the duty of studying African fable. the person chapters demonstrate how particular artists, dramatists, and choreographers have interpreted African fable and what performative methods and traditions they've got used. concentrating on theatre practitioners from the 19th century throughout the current, the authors learn performative traditions from Canada, the USA, the Caribbean, and Latin the US.
Drawing upon learn in theatre, dance, and literary texts,Myth functionality within the African Diasporas may be an important to lecturers attracted to African functionality considered in the course of the prism of delusion making and spiritual/ritualistic stagings. along with these attracted to diasporic reports, this ebook can be worthy to students and scholars of heritage, drama, theatre, and dance.
By Stavros Stavrou Karayanni
all through centuries of eu colonial domination, the our bodies of center jap dancers, female and male, flow sumptuously and seductively around the pages of Western trip journals, evoking wish and derision, admiration and disdain, attract and revulsion. This profound ambivalence varieties the axis of an research into heart jap dance—an research that extends to modern abdominal dance.
Stavros Stavrou Karayanni, via old research, theoretical research, and private mirrored image, explores how heart japanese dance actively engages race, intercourse, and nationwide identification. shut readings of colonial go back and forth narratives, an exam of Oscar Wilde’s Salome, and analyses of treatises approximately Greek dance, show the difficult ways that this debatable dance has been formed by means of Eurocentric types that outline and keep an eye on identification functionality.
By Jessika Ferm
By Petri Hoppu,Karen Vedel
By O. F. Regner
Das 1954 erstmals erschienene ›Ballettbuch‹ von Otto Friedrich Regner gibt Auskunft über die Geschichte der Tanzkunst, verschiedene Stilrichtungen innerhalb und außerhalb Deutschlands, über große Tänzerinnen und Tänzer, Komponisten, Librettisten, Choreographen und bildende Künstler, die für das Ballett gearbeitet haben, sowie über Ballett-Regeln und Fachtermini.
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By Melissa A. Fitch
By Ramsay Burt
The booklet bargains shut readings of works from the Nineteen Nineties and 2000s via generations of European-based dance artists: that of Jérôme Bel, Jonathan Burrows, los angeles Ribot, and Xavier Le Roy who started exhibiting paintings within the Nineties; and that of artists who emerged within the 2000s together with Fabián Barba, Faustin Linyekula, Ivana Müller, and Nikolina Pristas. subject matters tested contain dance and precarious existence, choreographing friendship, re-performance, the digital in dance, and a dancer's adventure of the Egyptian revolution. Ungoverning Dance proposes new methods of knowing contemporary modern eu dance works by way of making connections with their social, political, and theoretical contexts.
By JoAnne Tucker,Susan Freeman
Explore new methods of prayer and storytelling via Torah in Motion. JoAnne Tucker and Susan Freeman, either skilled in dance and Judaic reports, inform the recognized tales of the Torah via glossy dance. during this ebook, they clarify how they use dance to interpret Torah and inventive rules to contemplate while doing so. Dance Midrash bargains a brand new and modern type of prayer and expression, uniting either old and young in dance and story.