1 edition of Theatre, performance and new media in Africa found in the catalog.
Theatre, performance and new media in Africa
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Susan Arndt, Eckhard Breitinger and Marek Spitczok von Brisinski (eds.).|
|Series||Bayreuth African studies series -- 82|
|LC Classifications||PN2969 .T483 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||222 p. :|
|Number of Pages||222|
|LC Control Number||2008400468|
African Theatres & Performances looks at four specific performance forms in Africa and uses this to question the tendency to employ western frames of reference to analyze and appreciate theatrical performance. The book examines: masquerade theatre in Eastern Nigeria; the trance and possession ritual theatre of the Hausa of Northern Nigeria. Abstract Teachers and students who wish to practice the arts of African theatre as well as analyse its performances and texts wili welcome Michael Etherton's The development of African Drama. Written specifically to enhance theatre arts programmes in African universities, the book maintains a straightforward, demystifying style that should be a boon to teachers in Britain and .
African theatre, effectively, the theatre of Africa south of the Sahara that emerged in the postcolonial era—that is to say, from the midth century onward.. It is not possible to talk of much African theatre as if it fell into discrete historical or national patterns. Colonial boundaries ignored cultural and linguistic unities, and ancient movements throughout the continent—sometimes. The theatrical—as Africa well knows—is to be found in sporting events and in circuses, in storytelling and in public scenes, in dances and other mating events, in clothing and in hairstyles. And yes, the theatrical is even to be found in theatre buildings and scripts from Johannesburg’s splendid Market Theatre to Addis Ababa’s National.
African theatre - African theatre - Southern and South Africa: The Chikwakwa Theatre—an open-air theatre created at the University of Zambia in —symbolized the ambition of new young Zambian playwrights to both celebrate and comment upon the nation’s independence and to draw upon the cultural resources of the people. The creation of Chikwakwa—which toured as well as created work in. African culture is functionally linked to the popular media forms -- radio, TV, and the press -- since they played a very significant role in their struggles against colonialism and exploitation. Since time immemorial, the media have helped to rescue, incorporate, preserve, and mediate elements which serve the interests of these popular classes.
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Theatre, performance and new media in Africa. Eckersdorf: Breitinger, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Susan Arndt; Eckhard Breitinger; Marek Spitczok von Brisinski.
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Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number. Book Description: Focuses on the ways African theatre and performance relate to various kinds of media. Includes contributions on dance; popular video, with an emphasis on video drama and soaps from Eastern and Southern Africa, and the Nigerian 'Nollywood' phenomenon; the interface between live performance and video (or still photography), and links between on-line social networks and new.
African Theatre Book Summary: Examines the impact of new media (such as video and YouTube) and the use of multi-media on live and recorded performance in Africa.
📒Theatre And Change In South Africa Geoffrey V. Davis. Examines the impact of new media (such as video and YouTube) and the use of multi-media on live and recorded performance in Africa. Focuses on the ways African theatre and performance relate to various kinds of media.
the new media have been able to move the Afr ican performance forward in the new millennium. KEY WORDS;Theatre, Performativity,Parad igm, New Media,E Lectifying Actions. INTRODUCTION. The historical roots, key practitioners, and artistic, theoretical, and technological trends in the incorporation of new media into the performing arts.
The past decade has seen an extraordinarily intense period of experimentation with computer technology within the performing arts. Digital media has been increasingly incorporated into live theater and dance, and new forms of interactive.
Digital Performance: A History of New Media in Theater, Dance, Performance Art, and Installation (Leonardo) - Kindle edition by Dixon, Steve. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Digital Performance: A History of New Media in Theater, Dance, Performance Art, and Installation Reviews: Buy Digital Performance: A History of New Media in Theater, Dance, Performance Art, and Installation (Leonardo Book Series) Reprint by Dixon, Steve, Malina, Roger F., Cubitt, Sean (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: Oral tradition and african theatre by Mineke Schipper The theatre is always a mirror of human existence, and theatri-cal expression is always linked to a specific time and place and culture. Changes in societies generally lead to new forms of dramatic expression.
African theatre today 'reflects' a variety of. " Like the performance art of which it represents such a brilliant history, "Digital Performance" is itself literally that— not only a superb history of new media but a field-defining performance of the trace of the digital in theater, dance, and s: Digital performance: a history of new media in theater, dance, performance art, and installation Smith, Barry, Dixon, Steve The past decade has seen an extraordinarily intense period of experimentation with computer technology within the performing arts.
The past decade has seen an extraordinarily intense period of experimentation with computer technology within the performing arts. Digital media has been increasingly incorporated into live theater and dance, and new forms of interactive performance have emerged in.
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.
Theater and opera have long been multimedia art forms, combining traditional drama, music, and movement with lighting, sound, and projection effects. But these days, new technologies and new media are becoming increasingly visible on stages, and directors are finding creative ways to enliven and reinterpret traditional art forms.
In Digital Performance, Steve Dixon traces the evolution of these practices, presents detailed accounts of key practitioners and performances, and analyzes the theoretical, artistic, and technological contexts of this form of new media art. Dixon finds precursors to today's digital performances in past forms of theatrical technology that range.
African-American Performance and Theatre History is an anthology of critical writings that explores the intersections of race, theater, and performance in America. Assembled by two respected scholars in black theater and composed of essays from acknowledged authorities in the field (Joseph Roach and Henry Louis Gates, Jr.
among other), this volume is organized into four sections representative. possibilities of theatre on new media. The study will be significant in exploring dynamics of new media in enriching the theatre viewing experiences.
Key Words: Theatre, new media, viewing experience, technology, audience, live space Introduction The study discusses the contemporary idea of convergence culture as it relates to 21st century.
South Africa's Truth and Reconciliation Commissions are analyzed as a kind of social performance, and aspects of African performance in the diaspora are also considered.
This dynamic volume underscores theatre's role in postcolonial society and politics and reexamines performance as a form of high art and everyday social ritual. Mlama, P.M. () Culture and Development: The Populat Theatre Approach in Africa. Sweden: Motala Grafiska, Motala.
Morrison, J. () ‘AIDS Education in Africa: the uses of traditional performance’, Soul Beat Africa – Communication for Change. September [online] [Accessed January 6th, ]. Harsh everyday realitites, both physical and political, are graphically demonstrated by Robert McClaren (Zimbabwe) and Oga Steve Abah (Nigeria) who both show surprising and alarming links between extreme actual experiences and theatre creation and performance.DIGITAL PERFORMANCE: A HISTORY OF NEW MEDIA IN THEATRE, DANCE, PERFORMANCE ART, AND INSTALLATION.
By Steve Dixon with contributions by Barry Smith. Cambridge: The MIT Press, ; pp. $ cloth. In keeping with this issue’s exploration of new paradigms in theatre .Digital Performance A History Of New Media In Theater Dance Performance Art And Installation Leonardo Book Series.
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