Collaborative playwriting : polyvocal approaches from the EU collective plays project / edited by Paul C. Castagno.
Medverkande: Castagno, Paul [edt].Publisher: Routledge, 2020Fysisk beskrivning: xxii, 384 sidor illustrationer.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780367352424.Ämne: EU collective plays | Dramaturgi | DevisingGenre/Form: DramatikDDC klassifikation: 808.2 Annan klassifikation: Ika
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1. Darkness : the enemy inside / by Tale Næss (Norway), Gianluca Iumiento (Italy/Norway), Sigbjørn Skåden (Norway), Kristin Eriksdottir (Iceland), and Albert Ostermaier (Germany) ; translation Tale Næss -- 2. Bitch (Kučka) / by Arpad Schilling (Hungary) and Eva Zabezsinszkij (Hungary) -- 3. FREETIME by the Presnyakov Brothers (Russian Federation) and Gian Maria Cervo (Italy) ; translation by Giles Smith. -- 4. And So My Face Became My Scar / by Rasim Erdem Avşar (Turkey), Emily Gillmor Murphy (Ireland) and Danielle Pearson (UK) -- 5. Narcissus / by James Bidgood (USA), Michel Marc Bouchard (Canada), Gian Maria Cervo (Italy), Chris Goode (UK), Antonio Ianniello (Italy), Anna Romano (Italy/Belgium) and Alberto Bassetti (Italy) ; translation by Giles Smith -- Epilogue : Closing Monologue / by Aboud Saeed (Syria/ Germany).
"In Collaborative Playwriting, five collectively-written plays apply polyvocal methods in which clash and frisson replace synthesis, a dialogic approach to collective writing that has never before been articulated or documented. Based on the EU Collective Plays Project, this collection of plays showcases each voice is in dialogic tension and relation to the other voices of the text, offering an entirely novel approach to new play development that challenges the single (and privileged) authorial voice. Castagno’s case study approach provides detailed commentary to each of the various experimental methods, exploring the plays’ processes in detail. The book offers an evolutionary path forward in how to develop new work, thus encouraging and promoting the writing of collective, hybrid plays as having profound benefits for all playwrights. The ground-breaking approaches to playmaking in Collaborative Playwriting will appeal to playwriting programs, instructors, academics, professional playwrights, theatres, new play development programs; as well as courses in gender LGBTQ studies, script analysis, dramaturgy, dramatic literature--across the theatre studies curricula." -- Baksida.