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Naming theatre: demonstrative diagnosis in performance

Naming theatre: demonstrative diagnosis in performance

Frieze, James, 1967-

Reading a range of work from the US and UK over the last two decades, this is an innovative study of theatre's growing obsession with technologies and effects of naming. How does theatre reflect, and intervene in, naming practices across domains such as philosophy, computing, journalism, anthropology, advertising, military training, and genetics?

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Published Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, c2009
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Statement of responsibility: James Frieze
ISBN: 0230245706, 9780230245709, 9780230517707
Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 199-205) and index.
Physical Description: vii, 215 p. : ill.
Series: Performance interventions
Subject: Performance Psychological aspects.; Identity (Philosophical concept); Theater Philosophy.; Characters and characteristics in literature.; Drama History and criticism.; Names in literature.
Reproduction: Electronic reproduction. Dawson Books. Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Series Title: Performance interventions
Other formats: Also available in printed form.

Contents

  1. Preface Introduction: Improper Naming Authorship: A Trick of the I
  2. Assimilation: Sounding Through the Surface
  3. Demonstration: Illustrative Irony Diagnosis: Putting Medical History Under the Knife Programming: The Designated Blueprint Disclosure: Transcript and Testimony
  4. Monstrosity: Branding the Phatic Graphting: Plotting the Body as Puzzle Supplement: Naming Critical Acts Bibliography Index