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The Resource Twentieth-Century British Theatre : Industry, Art and Empire

Twentieth-Century British Theatre : Industry, Art and Empire

Label
Twentieth-Century British Theatre : Industry, Art and Empire
Title
Twentieth-Century British Theatre
Title remainder
Industry, Art and Empire
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Cochrane explores where, why and how theatre took place across the British Isles during the twentieth century
Cataloging source
EBLCP
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Cochrane, Claire
Dewey number
792.09410904
Index
index present
LC call number
PN2595 .C478 2011
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Art, Modern
  • Art
  • Theater
  • Theater
  • PERFORMING ARTS
  • Performing Arts
  • Art
  • Art, Modern
  • Theater
  • Great Britain
  • Theater
  • Großbritannien
Label
Twentieth-Century British Theatre : Industry, Art and Empire
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Wales and northern ireland: different landscapes, different needs
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover; Twentieth-Century British Theatre; Title; Copyright; For Henry, Jacob, Zephram, Lucas and Karuna altogether with my love; Contents; Acknowledgements; Introduction; AN UNSELFCONSCIOUS PROVINCIALISM; A CONTRAPUNTAL READING; THE LEGITIMATE THEATRE; THE ECONOMIC IMPERATIVE; ENCOUNTERING THE POPULAR: PRIORITIES AND PREJUDICE; THE IMPACT OF THE MASS MEDIA; THE PAST AND PERIODISATION; SPATIAL RELATIONS AND THE LANDSCAPE OF THEATRE; Chapter 1 The topography of theatre in 1900; THE EXPANSION OF BUILDING-BASED THEATRE; A BUOYANT INDUSTRY; THE FORMATION OF EMPIRE; THE IMPACT OF INDUSTRIALISATION
  • THE ROYAL PRESENCETHE DISTRIBUTION OF INFLUENCE; THE RAILWAYS AND NATIONAL SPACE; NATIONAL FAITH AND POPULAR THEATRES; IRELAND AND CONSTRUCTIVE UNIONISM; DIVERSE AUDIENCES; IMPERIAL THEATRES; IMPERIAL DISJUNCTIONS; Chapter 2 Structures of management; ECONOMIC CHANGE AND INDUSTRIAL PRACTICE; NEW MODELS OF MANAGEMENT; THE OWNERSHIP OF THEATRE; METROPOLITAN MANAGEMENT AND THE EXEMPLARY THEATRE; WEALTHY MEN AND WEALTHY WOMEN; REGIONAL OWNERSHIP; THE NEW GENERATION; THE MODEL BUSINESS MAN; THE RISE OF THE CORPORATE ECONOMY; EVANGELISTS OF CHANGE; HONESTLY COMMERCIAL LINES
  • INDUSTRIAL DECLINE AND CHANGECOMMERCE AND CO-OPERATION; REPERTORY AND RESILIENCE; AN ENGLISH SYSTEM; SHIFTING THE AXIS; Chapter 3 The profession of acting; PROFESSIONAL ORGANISATION; ENTERING THE PROFESSION; CHANGING SOCIAL ORIGINS; THE ENGLISH IMPERATIVE; VARSITY MEN; THE REPERTORY ACTOR; NEW MEDIA, NEW OPPORTUNITIES; RADIO VOICES; RADIO AND THE METROPOLITAN ACTOR; NEW INFLUENCES; SPREADING THE WORD; THE QUESTION OF COLOUR; Chapter 4 The amateur phenomenon; BRITISH DRAMA LEAGUE; PROFESSIONAL/AMATEUR: BINARY AND OPPOSITION; ORIGINS; DIVERSITY AND ALIGNMENT; THE WELSH EXPERIENCE
  • A DIVIDED SOCIETYTHE LITTLE THEATRE MOVEMENT; THE SOCIALIST THEATRE; Chapter 5 The topography of theatre in 1950; EQUAL RELATIONS; POSITIVE SYMBOLS; A BRITISH PROJECT; BRICKS AND MORTAR; COMPETING PATTERNS; MAPPING THE SPACE; OWNERSHIP AND CONTROL; PATTERNS OF TOURING; DISTAFF PLAYS; THE LIMITS OF ASSOCIATION; REPERTORY; Chapter 6 The business of theatre; COMPANY/COMPANY; ALTERNATIVE INDEPENDENCE; BOARDS OF MANAGEMENT; BUILDINGS; THE SPREAD OF BUILDINGS; THE BATTLE FOR BUILDINGS; BUILDING FOR TROUBLE; COMMERCIAL ALLIANCES, CORPORATE INTERESTS AND NEW TECHNOLOGY; RESCUING THE COMMERCIAL
  • THE RETREAT FROM MODERNISMQUESTIONS OF COMMODIFICATION; SUBSIDY AND CONSUMER CULTURE; ACTORS AND THEIR PROSPECTS; STABILITY AND THE REGIONS; Chapter 7 The changing demographic of performance; EDUCATION, TRAINING AND 'NEW' ACTORS; TELEVISION AND THE POPULAR ACTOR; BORDER CROSSINGS; AGENTS OF CHANGE; A KIND OF FLOWERING; BREAKING DOWN DOORS; IMAGINED REALITIES; MAKING A HISTORY; RUBBING OUT THE COLOUR; STAKING A CLAIM; Chapter 8 The topography of theatre in 2000; BUILDINGS AGAIN; THE REGIONAL LANDSCAPE; SCOTLAND: AN INDEPENDENT PROVISION
Control code
763159180
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (366 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781139156950
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other control number
9786613342102
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
334210
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)763159180
Label
Twentieth-Century British Theatre : Industry, Art and Empire
Publication
Note
Wales and northern ireland: different landscapes, different needs
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover; Twentieth-Century British Theatre; Title; Copyright; For Henry, Jacob, Zephram, Lucas and Karuna altogether with my love; Contents; Acknowledgements; Introduction; AN UNSELFCONSCIOUS PROVINCIALISM; A CONTRAPUNTAL READING; THE LEGITIMATE THEATRE; THE ECONOMIC IMPERATIVE; ENCOUNTERING THE POPULAR: PRIORITIES AND PREJUDICE; THE IMPACT OF THE MASS MEDIA; THE PAST AND PERIODISATION; SPATIAL RELATIONS AND THE LANDSCAPE OF THEATRE; Chapter 1 The topography of theatre in 1900; THE EXPANSION OF BUILDING-BASED THEATRE; A BUOYANT INDUSTRY; THE FORMATION OF EMPIRE; THE IMPACT OF INDUSTRIALISATION
  • THE ROYAL PRESENCETHE DISTRIBUTION OF INFLUENCE; THE RAILWAYS AND NATIONAL SPACE; NATIONAL FAITH AND POPULAR THEATRES; IRELAND AND CONSTRUCTIVE UNIONISM; DIVERSE AUDIENCES; IMPERIAL THEATRES; IMPERIAL DISJUNCTIONS; Chapter 2 Structures of management; ECONOMIC CHANGE AND INDUSTRIAL PRACTICE; NEW MODELS OF MANAGEMENT; THE OWNERSHIP OF THEATRE; METROPOLITAN MANAGEMENT AND THE EXEMPLARY THEATRE; WEALTHY MEN AND WEALTHY WOMEN; REGIONAL OWNERSHIP; THE NEW GENERATION; THE MODEL BUSINESS MAN; THE RISE OF THE CORPORATE ECONOMY; EVANGELISTS OF CHANGE; HONESTLY COMMERCIAL LINES
  • INDUSTRIAL DECLINE AND CHANGECOMMERCE AND CO-OPERATION; REPERTORY AND RESILIENCE; AN ENGLISH SYSTEM; SHIFTING THE AXIS; Chapter 3 The profession of acting; PROFESSIONAL ORGANISATION; ENTERING THE PROFESSION; CHANGING SOCIAL ORIGINS; THE ENGLISH IMPERATIVE; VARSITY MEN; THE REPERTORY ACTOR; NEW MEDIA, NEW OPPORTUNITIES; RADIO VOICES; RADIO AND THE METROPOLITAN ACTOR; NEW INFLUENCES; SPREADING THE WORD; THE QUESTION OF COLOUR; Chapter 4 The amateur phenomenon; BRITISH DRAMA LEAGUE; PROFESSIONAL/AMATEUR: BINARY AND OPPOSITION; ORIGINS; DIVERSITY AND ALIGNMENT; THE WELSH EXPERIENCE
  • A DIVIDED SOCIETYTHE LITTLE THEATRE MOVEMENT; THE SOCIALIST THEATRE; Chapter 5 The topography of theatre in 1950; EQUAL RELATIONS; POSITIVE SYMBOLS; A BRITISH PROJECT; BRICKS AND MORTAR; COMPETING PATTERNS; MAPPING THE SPACE; OWNERSHIP AND CONTROL; PATTERNS OF TOURING; DISTAFF PLAYS; THE LIMITS OF ASSOCIATION; REPERTORY; Chapter 6 The business of theatre; COMPANY/COMPANY; ALTERNATIVE INDEPENDENCE; BOARDS OF MANAGEMENT; BUILDINGS; THE SPREAD OF BUILDINGS; THE BATTLE FOR BUILDINGS; BUILDING FOR TROUBLE; COMMERCIAL ALLIANCES, CORPORATE INTERESTS AND NEW TECHNOLOGY; RESCUING THE COMMERCIAL
  • THE RETREAT FROM MODERNISMQUESTIONS OF COMMODIFICATION; SUBSIDY AND CONSUMER CULTURE; ACTORS AND THEIR PROSPECTS; STABILITY AND THE REGIONS; Chapter 7 The changing demographic of performance; EDUCATION, TRAINING AND 'NEW' ACTORS; TELEVISION AND THE POPULAR ACTOR; BORDER CROSSINGS; AGENTS OF CHANGE; A KIND OF FLOWERING; BREAKING DOWN DOORS; IMAGINED REALITIES; MAKING A HISTORY; RUBBING OUT THE COLOUR; STAKING A CLAIM; Chapter 8 The topography of theatre in 2000; BUILDINGS AGAIN; THE REGIONAL LANDSCAPE; SCOTLAND: AN INDEPENDENT PROVISION
Control code
763159180
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (366 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781139156950
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other control number
9786613342102
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
334210
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)763159180

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