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Theatre & Nation
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Publisher:Palgrave MacMillan
Author: Holdsworth, Nadine; Hytner, Nicholas;
Publication Date:2010-08-03
ISBN-10:0230218717
ISBN-13:9780230218710
Number of Pages:89 Pages
Book Type:Paperback
Weight:90 gram
Books Dimensions:178 x 113 x 8 mm
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Theatre & Nation


Throughout the history of the nation-state, Theatre has contributed to the construction and reappraisal of the nation and national identities. This book argues that ideas of the nation are constantly in flux and explores the way Theatre engages with such changes according to different geographical, political, economic, social and cultural climates.
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How has Theatre engaged with the nation-state and helped to formulate national identities? What impact have migration and globalization had on the relationship between Theatre and nation? "Theatre and Nation" explores how Theatre institutions, playwrights, Theatre-makers and performance artists engage with the nation, nationalism and national identity in their work. The book argues that theatrical representations of the nation are constantly in flux and that the way Theatre engages with the nation changes according to different geographical, political, economic, social and cultural circumstances.Drawing on international examples, "Theatre and Nation "is essential reading for those studying the relationship between Theatre and national identity and Theatre and society.

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