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A History of Theatre in Spain ed. by Maria M. Delgado and David T. Gies (review)

From: Bulletin of the Comediantes
Volume 65, Number 1, 2013
p. 191 | 10.1353/boc.2013.0016

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Maria M. Delgado and David T. Gies, Introduction, 1-17. Ángel Gómez Moreno, “The Challenges of Historiography: The Theatre in Medieval Spain,” 18-35. Jonathan Thacker, “Lope de Vega, Calderón de la Barca, and Tirso de Molina,” 36-56. José María Ruano de la Haza, “The World as a Stage: Politics, Imperialism, and Spain’s Seventeeth-centry Theatre,” 57-78. Margaret R. Greer, “Playing the Palace: Space, Place, and Performance in Early Modern Spain,” 79-102. Evangelina Rodríguez Cuadros, “The Art of the Actor, 1565-1833: From Moral Suspicion to Social Institution,” 103-19. Fernando Doménech Rico, “Theatrical Infrastructures, Dramatic Production, and Performance, 1700-1759,” 120-33. Josep Maria Sala Valldaura, “Popular Theatre and the Spanish Stage,” 134-56. René Andioc, “Theatre of the Elites, Neoclassicism, and the Enlightenment, 1750-1808,” 157-72. Josep Lluís Sirera, “Actors and Agency in the Modern Era, 1801-2010,” 173-92. Rafael Lamas, “Zarzuela: High Art, Popular Culture, and Music Theatre,” 193-210. José Luis González Subías, “Nineteenth-century Spanish Theatre,” 211-43. Lisa Surwillo, “Copyright, Buildings, Spaces, and the Nineteeth-century Stage,” 244-63. David George and Jesús Rubio Jiménez, “Modernism and the Avant-garde in fin-de-siècle Barcelona and Madrid,” 264-81. Dru Dougherty and Andrew A. Anderson, “Continuity and Innovation in Spanish Theatre, 1900-1936,” 282-309. Jim McCarthy, “Theatrical Activities during the Spanish Civil War, 1936-1939,” 310-22. Helena Buffery, “Theatre, Colonialism, Exile, and the Americas,” 323-40. John London, “Theatre under Franco (1939-1975),” 341-71. Lourdes Orozco, “Flamenco: Performing the Local / Performing the State,” 372-90. Sharon G. Feldman and Anxo Abuín González, “Nationalism, Identity, and the Theatre across the Spanish State in the Democratic Era, 1975-2010,” 391-425. Maria M. Delgado, “Directors and the Spanish Stage, 1823-2010,” 426-52. Nuria Espert, “This Evolution Is Still Ongoing,” 453-65. Lluís Pasqual, “Theatre as a Process of Discovery,” 466-77. Juan Mayorga, “Theatre Is the Art of the Future,” 478-85. Select Bibliography, 486-501. Index, 502-37.

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