Dramaturgy and Architecture approaches modern and postmodern theatre's contribution to the way we think about the buildings and spaces we inhabit. It discusses in detail ways in which theatre and performance have critiqued and intervened in e...
India, South Asia, festivals, Cultural studies, Heritage, ecology, art history, Heritage studies, performance, Theatre
Cathy Turner is Senior Lecturer in Drama at the University of Exeter, UK. She is co-editor of Palgrave's New Dramaturgies series and author of Dramaturgy and Architecture (Palgrave, 2015). She is a core member of Wrights & Sites, a group of four site-specific artists and authors of A Mis-Guide to Anywhere (2006). Synne Behrndt is Senior Lecturer in Performing Arts at the University of Winchester, UK. She is co-editor of Palgrave's New Dramaturgies series. She is also a dramaturg who has worked for directors and companies both in Denmark and England and is the co-founder of artist network, Secret Hotel.
General Editors' Preface Introduction PART I: 1. What is Dramaturgy? 2. Brecht's Productive Dramaturgy: From Emblem to 'Golden Motor' 3. Names and Identities: Political Dramaturgies in Britain PART II: 4. The Dramaturg and the Theatre Institution 5. The Dramaturg and the Playwright 6. The Production Dramaturg 7. The Dramaturg and Devising: Shaping a Dramaturgy 8. Millennial Dramaturgies Afterword Bibliography Index.