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Theatre in Sweden [texto impreso]

por Englund, Claes; Janzon, Leif.
Tipo de material: materialTypeLabelLibroEditor: Sweden Swedish Institute/Svenska Institutet Junio, 1997Descripción: 92 p. il. b/n 21 cm.ISBN: 91-520-0468-6.Materia(s): teatro sueco
Contenidos:
Background; After 1945; The 1960s; The 1970s; The 1980s and 1990s; Structure of the Theatre Community; Organizations; Amateur Theatre; companies; Milticultural Theatre; Dramaturgy; Directors, Directing and Productions Styles; Radio and Television Drama; Music Theatre ; Dance Theatre; Theatre for Young Audiences; Puppet Theatre; Desing; Theatre Space and Architecture; Training; Criticism, Scholarship and Publishing; Theatre 2000.
Alcance y contenido: "THEATRE IN SWEDEN:What do we know about theatre in Sweden? What associations does it bring to mind? Most of us would do weel to come up whith even a handfulof names or phenomena, most of them known in a international context. August Strindberg. Ingmar bergman. Some of the stars of opera - Jussi Björling, Birgit Nilsson...Yet theatrical life has flourished sinde the late 18th century, when the first great patron of the arts, Gustav III, founded the dramatic institutions in Stockholm which still today play a central role.What has happened in the two hundred years since then? Theatre for all in a large and sparsely populated country. Children's theatre. Radio and television drama. Multicultural theatre... Concentrating on the evenful postwar years, CLAES ENGLUND and LEIF JANZON give us a succinct yet detailed account of the important individuals and companies, aesthetic and political developments have shaped the course of theatrical life in Sweden." (de la contraportada)
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Background; After 1945; The 1960s; The 1970s; The 1980s and 1990s; Structure of the Theatre Community; Organizations; Amateur Theatre; companies; Milticultural Theatre; Dramaturgy; Directors, Directing and Productions Styles; Radio and Television Drama; Music Theatre ; Dance Theatre; Theatre for Young Audiences; Puppet Theatre; Desing; Theatre Space and Architecture; Training; Criticism, Scholarship and Publishing; Theatre 2000.

"THEATRE IN SWEDEN:What do we know about theatre in Sweden? What associations does it bring to mind? Most of us would do weel to come up whith even a handfulof names or phenomena, most of them known in a international context. August Strindberg. Ingmar bergman. Some of the stars of opera - Jussi Björling, Birgit Nilsson...Yet theatrical life has flourished sinde the late 18th century, when the first great patron of the arts, Gustav III, founded the dramatic institutions in Stockholm which still today play a central role.What has happened in the two hundred years since then? Theatre for all in a large and sparsely populated country. Children's theatre. Radio and television drama. Multicultural theatre... Concentrating on the evenful postwar years, CLAES ENGLUND and LEIF JANZON give us a succinct yet detailed account of the important individuals and companies, aesthetic and political developments have shaped the course of theatrical life in Sweden." (de la contraportada)

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