From the Stage to the Stage

We produly announce the release of A szĂ­npadtĂłl a szĂ­npadig (From the Stage to the Stage) edited by Mária Kurdi and Zsuzsa Csikai. The book contains selections from various parts of the work of theatre studies expert Professor Marvin Carlson (City University of New York, Graduate Center), in Hungarian translation. The selections were made from the following books by the author: Theatre Semiotics: Signs of Life; Performance: A Critical Introduction; The Haunted Stage: Theatre as Memory-Machine; Speaking in Tongues: Languages at Play in the Theatre; Theatre is More Beautiful than War: German Stage Directing in the Late Twentieth Century. Besides, the following articles of Marvin Carlson are represented in the volume, in part or in full: “The Status of Stage Directions”, “Performing the Past: Living History and Cultural Memory”, “Intercultural Theory, Postcolonial Theory, and Semiotics: The Road Not (Yet) Taken”, “Space and Theatre”. The translators are affiliated to the University of PĂ©cs as full-time or part-time teachers, PhD students and graduated MA students. The aim of the volume is to help the work and studies of teachers, students and theatre makers in Hungary.

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