During the twentieth century theatre internationalists around the world believed that live performance could inspire and ensure a better a more peaceful world they took each others work seriously and created new work for their own audiences based on what they had learned from each other even when they were not in agreement about what constituted an improved world. This book argues that us theatre in the 20th century embraced the theories and practices of internationalism as a way to realize a better world and as part of the strategic reform of the theatre into a national expression live performance theatre internationalists argued could represent and. The performance studies research group at uw presents its first event of the 2015 2016 academic year dr charlotte canning university of texas at austin on the performance front us theatre and internationalism please join us for this exciting conversation a reception will follow in the simpson center. On the performance front focuses on us theatres international efforts without losing sight of either the ways these efforts mirrored those in other countries or the complex often conflicting relationship between internationalism and nationalism source nielsen book data 9780230233386 20160618 supplemental links cover image
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