Theatre Symposium, Volume 28 - 
      Andrew Gibb
    
      Alex Ates
    
      Becky K. Becker
    
      Chase Bringardner
    
      Charlotte M. Canning
    
      Andrew Gibb
    
      Sarah McCarroll
    
      David S. Thompson
    
      Jennifer Toutant
    
      Shadow Zimmerman

Theatre Symposium, Volume 28

Theatre and Citizenship

Andrew Gibb (Redaktør) ; Alex Ates (Innledning) ; Becky K. Becker (Innledning) ; Chase Bringardner (Innledning) ; Charlotte M. Canning (Innledning) ; Andrew Gibb (Innledning) ; Sarah McCarroll (Innledning) ; David S. Thompson (Innledning) ; Jennifer Toutant (Innledning) ; Shadow Zimmerman (Innledning)

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Peer-reviewed journal of theater history and scholarship published annually by the Southeastern Theatre Conference (SETC)
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Forlag: The University of Alabama Press
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Språk: Engelsk
ISBN: 9780817370152
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Introduction by Andrew Gibb
Chapter 1. Theatre and Citizenship: Performing the Myths of We, the People by Charlotte M. Canning
Chapter 2. "Back in the Narrative": Creating the Citizen Body in Hamilton by Sarah McCarroll
Chapter 3. Mussolini and Marinetti: Performing Citizenship in Fascist Italy by Shadow Zimmerman
Chapter 4. Performing "Digital Citizenship" in the Era of the Blind Spot by Becky K. Becker
Chapter 5. Awarding America: Multiple Views of Citizenship in the Pulitzer Prize for Drama by David S. Thompson
Chapter 6. Citizenship in a Space, on a Stage, at a School, in the South: Xanti Schawinsky's Stage Studies at Black Mountain College by Alex Ates
Chapter 7. Theatre's Responsibility to Its Community by Jennifer Toutant
Chapter 8. It's Not Easy Being Orange: Animatronic Presidents, Patriotic Muppets, and the Configuration of Citizenship in Disney's Liberty Square by Chase Bringardner
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