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Dario Fo - Stage, Text, and Tradition

Door Joseph Farrell e.a.

Dario Fo - Stage, Text, and Tradition
CategorieTheater, Toneel & Cabaret
TitelDario Fo - Stage, Text, and Tradition
AuteurFarrell, Joseph & Antonio Scuderi (edited by)
BoektypeGebonden hardcover met stofomslag
UitgeverijSouthern Illinois University Press, Carbondale/Edwardsville
Jaar van uitgave2000
SamenvattingJoseph Farrell and Antonio Scuderi present an international collection of essays reevaluating the multifaceted performance art of Nobel laureate Dario Fo. The contributors, all of whom either have previously published on Fo or have worked with him, are the major Dario Fo scholars of three continents. Going beyond the Marxist criticism of the 1970s and 1980s, the editors and contributors try to establish an appropriate language in which to debate Fo? s theater. They seek to identify the core of Fo? s work, the material that will be of lasting value. This involves locating Fo in history, examining the nature of his development through successive phases, incorporating his politics into a wider framework of radical dissent, and setting his theatrical achievements in a context and a tradition. The essays cover every aspect of Dario Fo: as actor, playwright, performer, and songwriter. They also provide the historical background of Fo? s theater, as well as an in-depth analyses of specific works and the contribution of Franca Rame.
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