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Future Theatre Research: Origin, Medium, Performance-Text, Reception and Acting

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by Eli Rozik
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Future Theatre Research: Origin, Medium, Performance-Text, Reception and Acting by Eli Rozik

Eli Rozik explores the principles that generated the theatre medium, and its possible roots in the preverbal imagistic mode of thinking. This mode characterizes the remnants of preverbal thinking, such as unconscious thinking (dreaming), the embryonic speech of toddlers, and their imaginative play and drawings prior to mastering verbal thinking. The book is a recapitulation of major findings regarding the nature of the theatre and includes new unpublished studies. It address the principles of imagistic, metaphoric, symbolic and fictional thinking, which characterize the theatre, as well as reception and acting.

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Pages: 320
Size: 47.9 MB
Publisher: Sussex Academic Press
Date published:   2016
ISBN: 9781782842835 (DRM-EPUB)
9781782842859 (DRM-PDF)

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