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African Theatre 17 To Date, Scholars Have Tended, With A Few Exceptions, To Write About African Dance In Primarily Ethnographic Terms This Collection Seeks To Challenge This Pattern And Expand Dance Research By Engaging With The Aesthetics And Socio Political Impact Of Dance For Communities In And Out Of Africa In An Increasingly Global Context Contributors To This Issue Look At The Impact That Specifically Situated Indigenous Dance Forms Have Had On The Development Of New Forms Locally, And The Reciprocal Impact Of Local And International Infrastructures, Including Funding Bodies, Tourism And Festivals African Theatre Examines How Dance Is Contributing To A Particularly African Interculturalism, While Analysing The Issues Of Representation Of Africa In A Postcolonial Context Articles Address The Efficacy Of Dance To Engage Audiences With Disavowed Issues Regarding Gender, Sexuality And Dis Ability Both Within And Beyond Africa Highlights Include A Dance Photo Essay On FOD Gang S Site Specific Street Performance Untitled In Lagos, A New Non Themed Section, And The Playscript Lunatic By Zimbabwean Playwright Thoko Zulu Series Editors Yvette Hutchison, Reader, Department Of Theatre Performance Studies, University Of Warwick Chukwuma Okoye, Reader In African Theatre Performance University Of Ibadan Jane Plastow, Professor Of African Theatre, University Of Leeds

  • Hardcover
  • 262 pages
  • African Theatre 17
  • Yvette Hutchison
  • 05 May 2018
  • 9781847011879

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