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From the Town with More Theaters than Taxis: Calderón, Lope and Tirso at the 2008 Almagro Festival

Duncan Wheeler
2011 Comedia Performance  
In this case, he collaborated with the Teatro de la Abadía, one of Spain's most reputable and consistent companies, where the production was initially staged before undertaking an extensive tour that included  ...  Ironically, in all three cases, the attempts to "modernize" the comedia only served to make it appear more anachronistic and the verse overly stylized.  ... 
doi:10.5325/comeperf.8.1.0151 fatcat:443xziecyjcipajiac3cxmrkje

4. Enemy Treasures : The Making and Marketing of Spanish Comedia in the Amsterdam Schouwburg [chapter]

2020 Literary Hispanophobia and Hispanophilia in Britain and the Low Countries (1550-1850)  
Spanish comedia was the new fuel. With Lope's drama first, Spanish plays and playwrights were brought to the Schouwburg stage in a serial production.  ...  of the seven best comedias in Spain.  ...  of the seven best comedias of Spain.  ... 
doi:10.1515/9789048541935-007 fatcat:s4grd2chjbf4hiooxkbf56ep7u

The bandit of the Comedia of the Spanish golden age theatre

Antonino Gennaro Duca
1978
The purpose of this thesis is to make available to those interested in the Cornedia of the Spanish Golden Age an introduction to the Bandit plays.  ...  Within the limits of an M.A. thesis my intention is to illustrate and analyze on a basic level the salient literary conventions common to the bandit plays.  ...  The poor structure of the play makes it difficult to extract an interpretation. If Laurencia is the heroine surely she should not be left out for practically a whole act.'  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0094365 fatcat:34lz43c4wfhhfmhimrhtr2fdxq

UKnowledge STAGING THESEUS: THE MYTHOLOGICAL IMAGE OF THE PRINCE IN THE COMEDIA OF THE SPANISH GOLDEN AGE

Whitaker Jordan
unpublished
For example, although the general practice is for a condemned man not to see the face of the king, Minos allows this breach of form in the case of Teseo because he is "incitado de su fama" (719).  ...  He prudently consults with Baco on how to best defend the island.  ... 
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Theatre and Performance Practices on the Spanish Stage: An Introduction

Verónica Rodríguez, Isabel Guerrero Llorente, David Rodríguez-Solás
2022 Revista Alicantina de Estudios Ingleses  
Theatre and Performance Practices on the Spanish Stage: An Introduction.  ...  international partnerships at the centre of this contribution to Anglophone theatrical practice in Spain.  ...  Contributors in this volume look at a number of realms, which, considered altogether (adaptation, repertoire, translation, musicals and creative practice including rehearsal processes), respond best not  ... 
doi:10.14198/raei.2022.37.06 fatcat:s63xbxqmhbdyhfpu6rvbtfm3oe

Designing mobile awareness cues

Antti Oulasvirta
2008 Proceedings of the 10th international conference on Human computer interaction with mobile devices and services - MobileHCI '08  
We identify design issues from the level of an individual awareness cue to the level of a product concept, systematically exposing the associated solution spaces.  ...  Blue man icon: a nearby online CoMedia user in bt range Green man icon: a remote online CoMedia user Gray man: an off-line CoMedia user Violet man: the user him/herself Phone icon: the user has used the  ...  In practice, integration means two things: 1. Positioning of cues close (visually or interactionally) to content in an application.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1409240.1409246 dblp:conf/mhci/Oulasvirta08 fatcat:vwarglwzevgmvpnubbh3ysvcfa

The contingent challenges of purposeful co-production: Researching new migrant employment experiences in the North East of England

John Clayton, Tom Vickers
2017 Area (London 1969)  
Askins K and Mason K 2015 Us and Us: Agonism, Non-Violence and the Relational Spaces of Civic Activism ACME: An International Journal for Critical Geographies 14 2 Askins K and Pain R 2011 Contact zones  ...  This paper presents methodological reflections from a programme of empirical research across two distinct but related projects, which culminated in an examination of the employment experiences of new migrants  ...  Not only did this add to the quality and quantity of data generated, but it also provided an insight into practical relevance.  ... 
doi:10.1111/area.12409 fatcat:xh5mnvmelbbs3ea62ntnrsktfa

Looking for Mr GoodWill in "Rancho Grande" and Beyond: The 'Ghostly' Presence of Shakespeare in Mexican Cinema

Alfredo Michel Modenessi
2012 Revista Alicantina de Estudios Ingleses  
In that planet, he explains, an Evil One keeps Miria inside a glass case. But Frior will set her free. From what?  ...  Surely the exotic quality of these rural tragedies contributed to their international recognition.  ... 
doi:10.14198/raei.2012.25.08 fatcat:xqfj4y57zvcdfoys6ht6tncwxa

The Politics of Participatory Art

David M. Bell
2015 Political Studies Review  
Whilst Kester suggests that collaborative art projects contribute 'to an emerging mosaic of oppositional practices...both local in effect and international in scope' (something supported by the project's  ...  Practice' (2011) engages extensively with Bishop and Kester, as well as the work of Jacques Rancìre; and calls for a collaborative practice built around an immanently emerging dissensus, which he refers  ... 
doi:10.1111/1478-9302.12089 fatcat:crkliqmzvncppklkvtqomafagm

A History of Spanish Golden Age Drama

Shirley B. Whitaker, Henryk Ziomek
1987 Hispania  
Actually, Aristotle's concern for unity was of an internal nature and was much more philosophical.  ...  Torres Naharro's Comedia Himenea (The Play of Hymen) is considered the best Spanish dramatic work before the comedia.  ... 
doi:10.2307/342528 fatcat:5qfeputdrvfn5kamxob5gmmr24

Book Reviews

1960 The Modern Language Journal  
Whether “this latest revision of the text has been exhaustive,” to use the editors’ words, can best be decided by those, who, as the preface suggests, consult it “as a practical medium to solve their translation  ...  As one would expect, the author makes full use of cognates and international scientific terminology, especially in the first sections of the work.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1540-4781.1960.tb01733.x fatcat:pw23uohx25cxvik5tjnsibv4qi

Ceci n'est pas un magazine: The politics of hybrid media in Mute magazine

Nicholas Thoburn
2011 New Media & Society  
, participatory mechanisms, aesthetic styles, commissioning practices, temporal modes, and commercial structures.  ...  This article addresses that question through a study of the London-based art and politics magazine Mute, an experimental publishing venture that currently exists as a 'hybrid' of Web and print platforms  ...  The case for the adoption of business practices in radical publishing was most influentially made by the Comedia group in the 1980s.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1461444811427532 fatcat:iok3qtbmvvhzvmemxfde64vuru

Reflections on Music Programming for Conferences: The Case of SMC 2009

Carlos Guedes, Pedro Rebelo
2010 Computer Music Journal  
Acknowledgments We would like to thank the School of Music and Performing Arts from the Polytechnic Institute of Porto (ESMAE-IPP), the Polytechnic Institute of Porto (IPP), and CoMeDia (European Union  ...  an open collaboration with improvisers not identified in the proposal.  ...  In the case of the curators' concert at SMC 2009, the program was devised by the organizers in collaboration with the curators themselves.  ... 
doi:10.1162/comj_a_00003 fatcat:ouht7cgyvbdx3itnbvdz4iphxa

Review Essay : The NRF: behind the scenes

François Jaques
2002 Journal of European Studies  
The correspondence between Francois Mauriac and Jean Paulhan is a case in point, emerging as it does from an exceptionally rich source.  ...  According to Paulhan, Braque should be given a little time to produce his best work, and is too dependent on others.  ... 
doi:10.1177/004724410203212704 fatcat:ysprsskvdrgphgfwvslzag3tb4

Structure and Agency: Shane Meadows and the New Regional Production Sectors [chapter]

Jack Newsinger
2013 Shane Meadows  
For him, this demonstrates that while it is widely recognised that English heritage films are shaped according to the pressures of the international and especially American market, it is now the case that  ...  They feature Meadows and friends and, with the exception of those mentioned above, are probably best understood as practice pieces.However, they are notable for two reasons: firstly, in that they show  ... 
doi:10.3366/edinburgh/9780748676392.003.0002 fatcat:4gvpahxp5nhmvne3vvhblrrvym
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