Trends in twenty-first century African theatre and performance

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Igweonu, K. (ed.) 2011. Trends in twenty-first century African theatre and performance. Amsterdam and New York Rodopi.
EditorsIgweonu, K.
Abstract

Trends in Twenty-First Century African Theatre and Performance is a collection of regionally focused articles on African theatre and performance. The volume provides a broad exploration of the current state of African theatre and performance and considers the directions they are taking in the 21st Century. It contains sections on current trends in theatre and performance studies, on applied/community theatre and on playwrights. The chapters have evolved out of a working group process, in which papers were submitted to peer-group scrutiny over a period of four years, at four international conferences. The book will be particularly useful as a key text for undergraduate and postgraduate courses in non-western theatre and performance (where this includes African theatre and performance), and would be a very useful resource for theatre scholars and anyone interested in African performance forms and cultures.

Year2011
PublisherRodopi
Output statusPublished
Publication dates
Print2011
Publication process dates
Deposited15 Mar 2012
Place of publicationAmsterdam and New York
SeriesThemes in Theatre - Collective Approaches to Theatre and Performance
ISBN9789042033863
Official URLhttp://www.rodopi.nl/ntalpha.asp?BookId=TT+6&type=new&letter=V
Journal citation6
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