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The Resource The Oxford Handbook of Greek Drama in the Americas, edited by Kathryn Bosher, Fiona Macintosh, Justine McConnell, and Patrice Rankine

The Oxford Handbook of Greek Drama in the Americas, edited by Kathryn Bosher, Fiona Macintosh, Justine McConnell, and Patrice Rankine

Label
The Oxford Handbook of Greek Drama in the Americas
Title
The Oxford Handbook of Greek Drama in the Americas
Statement of responsibility
edited by Kathryn Bosher, Fiona Macintosh, Justine McConnell, and Patrice Rankine
Title variation
Greek Drama in the Americas
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
BTCTA
Dewey number
882.010900097
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
  • PA3133
  • PN2219.3
LC item number
  • .O94 2015
  • .O94 2015
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Oxford handbooks
Label
The Oxford Handbook of Greek Drama in the Americas, edited by Kathryn Bosher, Fiona Macintosh, Justine McConnell, and Patrice Rankine
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Grecian theater in Philadelphia, 1800-1870
  • Lee T. Pearcy
  • Thebes in the New World: revisiting the New York Antigone of 1845
  • Fiona Macintosh
  • Julia Ward Howe's Hippolytus
  • Helene P. Foley
  • Professional tragedy: the case of Medea in Chicago, 1867
  • Kathryn Bosher and Jordana Cox
  • Barbarian queens: race, violence, and antiquity on the nineteenth-century United States stage
  • Robert Davis
  • Theories and methods.
  • When Greeks stand you up, invite Romans: the ancient world on the nineteenth-century American stage
  • David Mayer
  • Modernisms in the Americas (1900-1930).
  • The migrant muse: Greek drama as feminist window on American identity, 1900-1925
  • Edith Hall
  • Iphigenia amongst the Ivies, 1915
  • Niall W. Slater
  • Treading the arduous road to Eleusis, nationalism, and feminism in early post-World War I Canada: Roy Mitchell's 1920 The Trojan women
  • Moira Day
  • Greek tragedy and modern dance: an alternative archaeology?
  • Introduction
  • Artemis Leontis
  • Eugene O'Neill's quest for Greek tragedy
  • Vassilis Lambropoulos
  • The living pasts (1925-1970).
  • Choreographing the classics, performing sexual dissidence
  • Susan Manning
  • Greek tragedy in Mexico
  • Francisco Barrenechea
  • Moving and dramatic Athenian citizenship: Edith Hamilton's Americanization of Greek tragedy
  • Judith P. Hallett --
  • Fiona Macintosh, Justice McConnell, and Patrice Rankine
  • An archival interrogation
  • Susan Curtis
  • New worlds, old dreams?: postcolonial theory and reception of Greek drama
  • Barbara Goff and Michael Simpson
  • Shaping American theater (1800-1900).
  • Rosa Andújar
  • A Brazilian echo of Antigone's "Collision": tragedy, clean and filthy
  • Paul B. Dixon
  • The darkening of Medea: geographies of race, (dis)placement, and identity in Agostinho Olavo's Além do Rio (Medea)
  • José de Paiva Dos Santos
  • The frontiers of David Cureses' La frontera
  • Aníbal A. Biglieri
  • Brothers at war: Aeschylus in Cuba, 1968 and 2007
  • Isabelle Torrance
  • The search for the omni-Americans (1970s-2013).
  • A new stage of laughter for Zora Neale Hurston and Theodore Browne: Lysistrata and the Negro Units of the Federal Theatre Project
  • Metaphor and modernity: American themes in Herakles and Dionysus in 69
  • Thomas E. Jenkins
  • Lee Breuer's new American classicism: The gospel at Colonus' "integration statement"
  • Justine McConnell
  • Greek tragedy, enslaving or liberating?: the example of Rita Dove's The darker face of the Earth
  • Nancy Sorkin Rabinowitz
  • The power of Medea's sisterhood: democracy on the margins in Cherríe Moraga's The hungry woman: a Mexican Medea
  • Katie Billotte
  • August Wilson and Greek drama: blackface minstrelsy, "spectacle" from Aristotle's Poetics, and Radio golf
  • Patrice Rankine
  • Lena M. Hill
  • "Aeschylus got flow!": Afrosporic Greek tragedy and Will Power's The seven
  • Kevin J. Wetmore, Jr. --
  • Aristophanic comedy in American musical theater, 1925-1969
  • John Given
  • Cubanizing Greek drama: José Triana's Medea in the mirror (1960)
  • Konstantinos P. Nikoloutsos
  • Creative collisions (1948-1968).
  • Revolutionizing Greek tragedy in Cuba: Virgilio Piñera's Electra Garrigó
  • Greek drama on the U.S. west coast, 1970-2013
  • Mary-Kay Gamel
  • Performing for soldiers: twenty-first-century experiments in Greek theater in the U.S.A.
  • Laura Lodewyck and S. Sara Monoson
  • Greek drama in Canada: women's voices and minority views
  • Hallie Rebecca Marshall
  • Practitioner perspectives.
  • On remixing the classics and directing Countee Cullen's Medea and Law Chavez's Señora de la pinta: an interview with theater director Daniel Banks
  • Patrice Rankine and Daniel Banks
  • This bird that never settles: a virtual conversation with Anne Carson about Greek tragedy
  • Making women visible: multiple Antigones on the Colombian twenty-first-century stage
  • Yopie Prins
  • Medea in Brazil: interview with director Heron Coelho
  • Cesar Gemelli
  • An interview with Héctor Levy-Daniel / María Florencia Nelli
  • Charles Mee's "(re)making" of Greek drama
  • Erin B. Mee
  • An interview with Carey Perloff
  • Margaret Williamson
  • Eclectic encounters: staging Greek tragedy in America, 1973-2009
  • Rush Rehm
  • Moira Fradinger
  • The shock of recognition: Nicholas Rudall's translation of Greek drama for the Chicago stage at Court Theatre
  • Justine McConnell and Patrice Rankine
  • In conversation with Peter Sellars: what does Greek tragedy mean to you?
  • Avery Willis Hoffman
  • The Women and War Project
  • Peggy Shannon
  • Dionysus in 69 in 2009
  • Shawn Sides
  • Talking Greeks with Derek Walcott
  • Helen Eastman
  • Democratic appropriations: Lysistrata and political activism
  • Afterword.
  • Audiences across the pond: oceans apart or shared experiences?
  • Lorna Hardwick
  • Dorota Dutsch
  • Reclaiming Euripides in Harlem
  • Melinda Powers
  • Oedipus Tyrannus in South America
  • María Florencia Nelli
Dimensions
26 cm
Edition
First edition.
Extent
xli, 880 pages
Isbn
9780199661305
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)936484559
Label
The Oxford Handbook of Greek Drama in the Americas, edited by Kathryn Bosher, Fiona Macintosh, Justine McConnell, and Patrice Rankine
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Grecian theater in Philadelphia, 1800-1870
  • Lee T. Pearcy
  • Thebes in the New World: revisiting the New York Antigone of 1845
  • Fiona Macintosh
  • Julia Ward Howe's Hippolytus
  • Helene P. Foley
  • Professional tragedy: the case of Medea in Chicago, 1867
  • Kathryn Bosher and Jordana Cox
  • Barbarian queens: race, violence, and antiquity on the nineteenth-century United States stage
  • Robert Davis
  • Theories and methods.
  • When Greeks stand you up, invite Romans: the ancient world on the nineteenth-century American stage
  • David Mayer
  • Modernisms in the Americas (1900-1930).
  • The migrant muse: Greek drama as feminist window on American identity, 1900-1925
  • Edith Hall
  • Iphigenia amongst the Ivies, 1915
  • Niall W. Slater
  • Treading the arduous road to Eleusis, nationalism, and feminism in early post-World War I Canada: Roy Mitchell's 1920 The Trojan women
  • Moira Day
  • Greek tragedy and modern dance: an alternative archaeology?
  • Introduction
  • Artemis Leontis
  • Eugene O'Neill's quest for Greek tragedy
  • Vassilis Lambropoulos
  • The living pasts (1925-1970).
  • Choreographing the classics, performing sexual dissidence
  • Susan Manning
  • Greek tragedy in Mexico
  • Francisco Barrenechea
  • Moving and dramatic Athenian citizenship: Edith Hamilton's Americanization of Greek tragedy
  • Judith P. Hallett --
  • Fiona Macintosh, Justice McConnell, and Patrice Rankine
  • An archival interrogation
  • Susan Curtis
  • New worlds, old dreams?: postcolonial theory and reception of Greek drama
  • Barbara Goff and Michael Simpson
  • Shaping American theater (1800-1900).
  • Rosa Andújar
  • A Brazilian echo of Antigone's "Collision": tragedy, clean and filthy
  • Paul B. Dixon
  • The darkening of Medea: geographies of race, (dis)placement, and identity in Agostinho Olavo's Além do Rio (Medea)
  • José de Paiva Dos Santos
  • The frontiers of David Cureses' La frontera
  • Aníbal A. Biglieri
  • Brothers at war: Aeschylus in Cuba, 1968 and 2007
  • Isabelle Torrance
  • The search for the omni-Americans (1970s-2013).
  • A new stage of laughter for Zora Neale Hurston and Theodore Browne: Lysistrata and the Negro Units of the Federal Theatre Project
  • Metaphor and modernity: American themes in Herakles and Dionysus in 69
  • Thomas E. Jenkins
  • Lee Breuer's new American classicism: The gospel at Colonus' "integration statement"
  • Justine McConnell
  • Greek tragedy, enslaving or liberating?: the example of Rita Dove's The darker face of the Earth
  • Nancy Sorkin Rabinowitz
  • The power of Medea's sisterhood: democracy on the margins in Cherríe Moraga's The hungry woman: a Mexican Medea
  • Katie Billotte
  • August Wilson and Greek drama: blackface minstrelsy, "spectacle" from Aristotle's Poetics, and Radio golf
  • Patrice Rankine
  • Lena M. Hill
  • "Aeschylus got flow!": Afrosporic Greek tragedy and Will Power's The seven
  • Kevin J. Wetmore, Jr. --
  • Aristophanic comedy in American musical theater, 1925-1969
  • John Given
  • Cubanizing Greek drama: José Triana's Medea in the mirror (1960)
  • Konstantinos P. Nikoloutsos
  • Creative collisions (1948-1968).
  • Revolutionizing Greek tragedy in Cuba: Virgilio Piñera's Electra Garrigó
  • Greek drama on the U.S. west coast, 1970-2013
  • Mary-Kay Gamel
  • Performing for soldiers: twenty-first-century experiments in Greek theater in the U.S.A.
  • Laura Lodewyck and S. Sara Monoson
  • Greek drama in Canada: women's voices and minority views
  • Hallie Rebecca Marshall
  • Practitioner perspectives.
  • On remixing the classics and directing Countee Cullen's Medea and Law Chavez's Señora de la pinta: an interview with theater director Daniel Banks
  • Patrice Rankine and Daniel Banks
  • This bird that never settles: a virtual conversation with Anne Carson about Greek tragedy
  • Making women visible: multiple Antigones on the Colombian twenty-first-century stage
  • Yopie Prins
  • Medea in Brazil: interview with director Heron Coelho
  • Cesar Gemelli
  • An interview with Héctor Levy-Daniel / María Florencia Nelli
  • Charles Mee's "(re)making" of Greek drama
  • Erin B. Mee
  • An interview with Carey Perloff
  • Margaret Williamson
  • Eclectic encounters: staging Greek tragedy in America, 1973-2009
  • Rush Rehm
  • Moira Fradinger
  • The shock of recognition: Nicholas Rudall's translation of Greek drama for the Chicago stage at Court Theatre
  • Justine McConnell and Patrice Rankine
  • In conversation with Peter Sellars: what does Greek tragedy mean to you?
  • Avery Willis Hoffman
  • The Women and War Project
  • Peggy Shannon
  • Dionysus in 69 in 2009
  • Shawn Sides
  • Talking Greeks with Derek Walcott
  • Helen Eastman
  • Democratic appropriations: Lysistrata and political activism
  • Afterword.
  • Audiences across the pond: oceans apart or shared experiences?
  • Lorna Hardwick
  • Dorota Dutsch
  • Reclaiming Euripides in Harlem
  • Melinda Powers
  • Oedipus Tyrannus in South America
  • María Florencia Nelli
Dimensions
26 cm
Edition
First edition.
Extent
xli, 880 pages
Isbn
9780199661305
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)936484559

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