2 edition of Theatre in colonial India found in the catalog.
Theatre in colonial India
|Other titles||Play-house of power|
|Statement||edited by Lata Singh.|
|LC Classifications||PN2883 .T44 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 354 p. :|
|Number of Pages||354|
|LC Control Number||2009305118|
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This book critically engages with the study of theatre and performance in colonial India, and relates Theatre in colonial India book with colonial (and postcolonial) discussions on experience, freedom, institution-building, modernity, nation/subject not only as concepts but also as philosophical : Springer Singapore.
: Play House of Power: Theatre in Colonial India (): Singh, Lata: Books. Theatre has constituted an important part of cultural life and public entertainment in India from pre-colonial times.
It was not only a site of appropriation, contestation, and subversion of authority but also emerged as a frontal site of political contestation in colonial : Lata Singh.
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Theatre in Colonial India. Theatre in colonial India was mostly inspired by the British Empire which resulted in advancement of technology and scripts. Theatre in colonial India received the much Theatre in colonial India book impetus and the required push to improve Theatre in colonial India book the content and narrative style.
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Introduction to Shakespeare in India, by Poonam Trivedi, University of Delhi That Shakespeare came to India with colonialism is well know. What is less known and not readily acknowledged, even in India, is that Shakespeare was first introduced to India as an entertainer.
(Chatteijee), and nationalist theater in late colonial south India (Baskaran), and a sketch of the Indian People's Theatre Association (Bhattacharya), a late colonial anti-imperialist theater and arts troupe that toured India during and immediately after World War II, this section provides a broad picture of colo-nial Indian theater history.
Theatre in colonial India book Acts of Authority/Acts of Resistance seeks to address that absence, as it uniquely views drama and performance as central to the practice of nationalism and anti-colonial resistance.
Nandi Bhatia argues that Indian theater was a significant force in the struggle against oppressive colonial and postcolonial structures, as it sought to undo Cited by: 5. Postcolonial theater is drama that focuses on issues surrounding oppressed peoples.
A major current of mid- to late twentieth century history was the decolonization of English, French, Dutch, and British empires, and the emergence of talented and exciting playwrights from these cultures has been significant.
Theatre is an ancient aesthetic practice in India. Surviving play texts and treatises all suggest that theatre existed in the Indian subcontinent from the dawn of civilization.
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The history of theatre charts the development of theatre over the past 2, years. While performative elements are present in every society, it is customary to acknowledge a distinction between theatre as an art form and entertainment and theatrical or performative elements in other activities.
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It is not possible to talk of much African theatre as if it fell into discrete historical or national patterns. Colonial boundaries ignored cultural and linguistic unities, and ancient movements throughout the. Indian Theatre expands the boundaries of what is usually regarded as theatre in order to explore the multiple dimensions of theatrical performance in India.
From rural festivals to contemporary urban theatre, from dramatic rituals and devotional performances to dance-dramas and classical Sanskrit plays, this volume is a vivid introduction to the colourful and often surprising world of 5/5(2). Asian theatre has both traditional and modern branches.
In places like Japan, both types of theatre remain particularly active. Theatre in India today is largely produced by numerous amateur groups. Despite prohibition in Muslim countries, theatre has developed in certain Middle Eastern countries.
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Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, p. Alan Johnson Idaho State University This is an important study of the crucial role indigenous theater played in resisting British rule and in developing a national consciousness in India. The. manifestations of cultural nationalism in India.
The first section of the paper discusses linguistic nationalism and secessionist movements in post-colonial India. The second section attempts to look at globalisation and the creation of a homogenous pan-Indian identity. The essay will conclude by analysing how religious identity is used to Cited by: 1.
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