Feminist Theatre Practice: A Handbook

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Routledge, Jul 5, 2005 - Performing Arts - 232 pages
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Feminist Theatre Practice: A Handbook is a helpful, practical guide to theatre-making which explores the different ways of representing gender. Best-selling author, Elaine Aston, takes the reader through the various stages of making feminist theatre- from warming up, through workshopped exploration, to performance - this volume is organised into three clear and instructive parts:
* Women in the Workshop
* Dramatic Texts, Feminist Contexts
* Gender and Devising Projects.
Orientated around the classroom/workshop, Handbook of Feminist Theatre Practice encompasses the main elements of feminist theatre, both practical or theoretical.

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Contents

Handing on ideas
1
Stages in feminist theory and practice
3
Part I Women in the workshop
21
Part II Dramatic texts feminist contexts
79
Part III Gender and devising projects
142
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