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0714823228
Author:
Glynne Wickham
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History & Criticism
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English
Publisher:
Phaidon Press Ltd (October 10, 1985)
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264 pages
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by Glynne Wickham (Author).

by Glynne Wickham (Author). This is a text book for a book club in preparation for the opening of the new Dallas Performing Arts Center which when opened this year will complete the Dallas Arts District which has been in the works since the early part of 1980. I look forward to many useful tidbits that this book will offer me this year and for years to come.

A history of the theatre. byWickham, Glynne William Gladstone. Publication date 1985. PublisherCambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press. Collectioninlibrary; printdisabled; ; china. Digitizing sponsorInternet Archive. ContributorInternet Archive. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by AltheaB on October 19, 2012.

A History Of The Theatre book. In this masterly survey, Glynne Wickham outlines the development. In this masterly survey, Glynne Wickham outlines the development of drama throughout the world over the last 3,000 years, from its origins in primitive dance rituals to the 1990s-an ideal introduction to the subject for all lovers of the theatre.

Glynne Wickham was, until his retirement, Professor of Drama at the University of Bristol, a post he held with distinction for more than twenty years.

Glynne William Gladstone Wickham (15 May 1922–27 January 2004) was a British Shakespearean and theatre scholar. Wickham was born in Cape Town, and was the great-grandson of William Ewart Gladstone. He was educated at Winchester College and New College, Oxford. In 1941 he played the title role in Hamlet for the Oxford University Dramatic Society (OUDS), directed by Nevill Coghill

In this masterly survey, Glynne Wickham outlines the development of drama throughout the world over the last 3,000 years, from its origins in primitive dance rituals all the way to the very end of the twentieth century.

In this masterly survey, Glynne Wickham outlines the development of drama throughout the world over the last 3,000 years, from its origins in primitive dance rituals all the way to the very end of the twentieth century.

The book gorges a coherent pattern through a very large and complicated subject. It is an excellent introduction to medieval theatre for undergraduates and to the growing number of theatregoers who enjoy contemporary revivals of medieval plays. Professor Wickham surveys the foundations on which this dramatic art was built: the architecture, costumes and ceremonial of the imperial court at Byzantium, the liturgies of countires in the Eastern and Western Empires and the triumph of the Roman rite and the Romanesque style in Western art.

In this masterly survey, Glynne Wickham outlines the development of drama throughout the world over the last 3,000 .

In this masterly survey, Glynne Wickham outlines the development of drama throughout the world over the last 3,000 years, from its origins in primitive dance rituals to the 1990s-an ideal introduction to the subject for all lovers of the theatre. Read full description. See details and exclusions. item 1 A History of the Theatre (Performing Arts) by Wickham, Glynne Paperback Book The -A History of the Theatre (Performing Arts) by Wickham, Glynne Paperback Book The. £. 3.

In this masterly survey, Glynne Wickham outlines the development of drama throughout the world over the last 3. .

In this masterly survey, Glynne Wickham outlines the development of drama throughout the world over the last 3,000 years, from its origins in primitive dance.

Home Glynne Wickham A History of the Theatre. Bookseller Inventory 0521306515q. Bibliographic Details. A History of the Theatre. Published by Cambridge University Press, 1985. ISBN 10: 0521306515, ISBN 13: 9780521306515. 1. Published by Cambridge University Press (1985). ISBN 10: 0521306515 ISBN 13: 9780521306515.