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The Twentieth-Century Performance Reader

The Twentieth-Century Performance Reader
Library Shelf Location 29.HUXL
Publication Date 1996
Description The Twentieth Century Performance Reader provides a pioneering introduction to all types of performance - dance, drama, music, opera and live art. It presents a selection of texts by over thirty practitioners, critics and theorists, which together affirm performance as a discipline in its own terms. The Twentieth Century Performance Reader features: * contextual summaries and suggestions for further reading * a definitive bibliography * an invaluable contextual summary of the field. Organised alphabetically rather than chronologically or according to art form, The Twentieth Century Performance Reader invites cross-disciplinary comparisons. Here, together in one volume, are all the major statements on performance written this century: from Adolph Appia to Laurie Anderson.
ISBN 0415252873
Quantity 1
Pages 465
Editors Michael Huxley, Noel Witts
Format Paperback
Publisher Routledge
Category Live Art/Performance
Language English

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