6 edition of Agitated States: Performance in the American Theater of Cruelty (Theater: Theory/Text/Performance) found in the catalog.
July 17, 2002 by University of Michigan Press .
Written in English
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From the earliest Puritan displays of piety and rectitude to the present-day epidemic of staged school massacres, the history of America has been characterized by a dual impulse: to cast public event and character as high drama, and to dismiss theater and theatricalization as un-American, even evil.
This book rethinks American history as Cited by: 5. Agitated States: Performance in the American Theater of Cruelty Jodi Kanter Part of theTheatre and Performance Studies Commons This Book Review is brought to you for free and open access by The Aquila Digital Community.
It has been accepted for inclusion in Faculty Agitated States is a satisfying companion to Kubiak's earlier work Author: Jodi Kanter. Get this from a library. Agitated states: performance in the American theater of cruelty. [Anthony Kubiak].
CONTENTS Prologue xi Introduction/Second Agitated States: Performance in the American Theater of Cruelty book The American Theater of Cruelty 1 ACT1/Warning Signs 1 Puritanism and the Early American Theaters of Cruelty 29 2 The Resistance to Theater in the Conquest of America 53 ACT2/Confession 3 Ripping Good Time: History, Blindsight, and Amnesic Thought 79 4 Excursis: The Thought of an American Theater ACT3/Convulsions.
Agitated States is a challenging and difficult book, aiming not only to explore the violence of American culture, especially in the aftermath of 9/11, but also to "assess 'what went wrong' in some of the theoretical thought of the s and s" (vii).
These two goals are unexpectedly related, for what has gone wrong with theory, according to. Agitated States. Performance in the American Theater of Cruelty.
Anthony Kubiak. American history as theater, and theater as the heart of American life. hysteria, and grief. The writing is clear, convincing, and acute; this book will make an important addition to any American theatre (or.
This book, first published inwas the first since Jorge Huerta's earlier study Chicano Theater: Themes and Forms to explore the diversity and energy of Chicano theatre. Huerta takes as his starting pointthe year Luis Valdez's play, Zoot Suit, was produced on Broadway.
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By Jodi Kanter, Published on 03/01/ Recommended Citation. Kanter, J. Agitated States: Performance in the American Theater of : Jodi Kanter.
Anthony Kubiak is Professor of Drama at the University of California, Irvine. His most recent book, Agitated States: Performance in the American Theater of Cruelty, investigates the uses of theatre and theatricality in the stagings of American is also the author of Stages of Terror: Terrorism, Ideology, and Coercion as Theatre History.
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Is there thus a dominant culture, then, or is all culture and subculture — from the American middle class to cadres of Queer theorists — dominant and dominating.
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collective memory. At these moments the book achieves a special historical quality. In the process, we then get a suggestion of the kind of autobiography that Marvin Carlson might write—a book to be desired: the Wizard of Theatrical Memory, from Kansas to the World.
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Agitated States: Performance in the American Theater of Cruelty Anthony Kubiak University of Michigan Press, and to dismiss theater and theatricalization as un-American, even evil. This book rethinks American history as theater, and theater as the ethos and substance of American life, ironically repudiated at every turn by the culture.
Anthony Kubiak is Professor of Drama at the University of California, Irvine. His most recent book, Agitated States: Performance in the American Theater of Cruelty, investigates the uses of theatre and theatricality in the stagings of American history. He is also the author of Stages of Terror: Terrorism.
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