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by Michael Mangan

Category: Humanities
Subcategory: Other
Author: Michael Mangan
ISBN: 0333720199
ISBN13: 978-0333720196
Language: English
Publisher: Palgrave; 2002 edition (January 18, 2003)
Pages: 292
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Mapping a history of masculinities onto a history of theatre, Michael Mangan analyses a wide range of plays and performances, from Henry V to Peter Pan, and from medieval liturgical drama to contemporary West-End hits

Mapping a history of masculinities onto a history of theatre, Michael Mangan analyses a wide range of plays and performances, from Henry V to Peter Pan, and from medieval liturgical drama to contemporary West-End hits. In the process Mangan offers new and gendered readings of several familiar plays, and traces an intricate relationship between theatrical performance and gender performance. See all Product description.

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Although the title of Michael Mangan's Staging Masculinities: History, Gender, Performance glances in the direction of the complex theories raised in the wake of Judith Butler's influential study of gender and performance, Gender Trouble,1 the book is less a work of theory, perhaps.

Although the title of Michael Mangan's Staging Masculinities: History, Gender, Performance glances in the direction of the complex theories raised in the wake of Judith Butler's influential study of gender and performance, Gender Trouble,1 the book is less a work of theory, perhaps, than a demonstration of how theater history can intervene in and complicate (indeed help legitimate) masculine studies.

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Mapping a history of masculinities onto a history of theatre, Michael Mangan analyses a wide range of plays and performances, from Henry V to Peter Pan, and from medieval liturgical drama to contemporary West-End hits.

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mangan, michael, Staging Masculinities: History, Gender, Performance. Houndsmills: Palgrave, 2002. tait, peta, Performing Emotions: Gender, Bodies, Spaces in Chekhov’s. Drama and Stanislavski’s Theatre. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2002.

January 2005 · Theatre Journal. Theatre Journal 5. (2005) 334-336 Arguably, much of the best contemporary theatre studies and performance scholarship that focuses on issues of gender and representation confidently integrates such established discourses as feminist theory, race theory, queer theory, deconstruction, and semiotics. And one of the more challenging projects facing today's critic remains how to write about the.

Staging Masculinities is a critical history of the ways in which changing concepts of masculinity have been represented, explored, and critiqued on mainstream Western—and particularly English—stages. The study analyzes a wide variety of plays and performances, ranging from medieval liturgical drama to contemporary West-End hits, from Henry V to Oleanna, tracing a complex relationship between theatrical performance and gender performance.
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