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The Routledge companion to Commedia dell'Arte, edited by Judith Chaffee and Olly Crick

Label
The Routledge companion to Commedia dell'Arte
Title
The Routledge companion to Commedia dell'Arte
Statement of responsibility
edited by Judith Chaffee and Olly Crick
Contributor
Author
Editor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
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Cataloging source
DLC
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
PQ4155
LC item number
.R68 2015
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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1960-
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  • Chaffee, Judith
  • Crick, Olly
  • McGehee, Scott
  • Henke, Robert
  • Fitzpatrick, Tim
  • Richards, Kenneth
  • Bottini, Michele
  • Jordan, Peter
  • Rand, Richard Stockton
  • Perlman, Mace
  • Goell, Julie
  • Knapper, Stephen P. J
  • Fava, Antonio
  • Preeshl, Artemis
  • Perocco Di Meduna, Stefano
  • García Estévez, Carlos
  • Sartori, Donato
  • Rudlin, John
  • Gordon, Mel
  • Foley, Brian
  • Peacock, Louise
  • Monaghan, Paul
  • Meehan, Kate
  • Carroll, Linda L
  • Hildy, Franklin J
  • Wilson, Matthew R
  • D'Antuono, Nancy L
  • MacNeil, Anne E
  • Heck, Thomas F
  • Savage, Roger
  • Grantham, Barry
  • Katritzky, M. A
  • Grewar, Andy
  • Romersberger, Sara
  • Goldsmith, Elizabeth C
  • Griffin, Michael
  • Pietropaolo, Domenico
  • Evans, Mark
  • Clayton, J. Douglas
  • Filacanapa, Giulia
  • Schirle, Joan
  • Mangolini, Fabio
  • Scuderi, Antonio
  • Cottis, Anna
  • Orenstein, Claudia
  • Foley, Kathy
  • Robinson, Davis
  • Hopkins, Didi
  • Beurden, Katrien van
Series statement
Routledge companions
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Commedia dell'arte
  • Commedia dell'arte
Label
The Routledge companion to Commedia dell'Arte, edited by Judith Chaffee and Olly Crick
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • You must have heard of Harlequin . . .
  • Kathy Foley
  • Commedia for contemporary theatre maker
  • Davis Robinson
  • Roots and routes: One Man, Two Guvnors
  • Didi Hopkins
  • Commedia in a new world context: the comedy and poetry of survival
  • Katrien van Beurden -- Bibliography of generally accepted Commedia dell'Arte literature
  • Michele Bottini
  • Pantalone and il dottore: the old men of commedia
  • Peter Jordan
  • The young lovers
  • Richard Stockton Rand
  • Reading and interpreting the capitano's multiple mask-shapes
  • Mace Perlman
  • Le Servette in Commedia dell'Arte
  • Julie Goell
  • The pre-eminence of the actor in renaissance context: subverting the social order
  • Carnival, comedy and the Commedia: a case study of the mask of Scaramouche
  • Stephen P. J. Knapper
  • Official recognition of Pulcinella: the one who saved the Commedia from extinction by securing its continuity to the present day
  • Antonio Fava
  • The many faces of Brighella: the nave we love to hate
  • Artemis Preeshl
  • A mask maker's journey
  • Stefano Perocco di Meduna --
  • Mask performance for a contemporary Commedia dell'Arte
  • Carlos García Estévez
  • Scott McGehee
  • New roles for the mask in twentieth century theatre
  • Donato Sartori
  • Grommelot
  • John Rudlin
  • Lazzi
  • Mel Gordon
  • Principles of comedy for Commedia dell'Arte
  • Brian Foley
  • Slapstick and comic violence in Commedia dell'Arte
  • Louise Peacock
  • Form and freedom: between scenario and stage
  • Aristocratic archeology: Greco-Roman roots
  • Paul Monaghan
  • The rise of Commedia dell'Arte in Italy: a historical perspective
  • Kate Meehan
  • The great Ruzante
  • Linda L. Carroll
  • The coming together
  • Olly Crick
  • Staging and staging practices in early Commedia dell'Arte
  • Franklin J. Hildy and Matthew R. Wilson -- Commedia dell'Arte and the Spanish golden age theatre
  • Robert Henke
  • Nancy L. D'Antuono
  • Celestial sirens of the Commedia dell'Arte stage
  • Anne E. MacNeil
  • Incidental music in Commedia dell"arte performances
  • Thomas F. Heck
  • Meetings on Naxos: opera and Commedia dell'Arte
  • Roger Savage
  • Classical ballet and Commedia dell'Arte: Influences
  • Barry Grantham
  • Images of the Commedia dell'Arte
  • Parallel processing: two playwrights: Scala and Shakespeare
  • M. A. Katritzky
  • The old man's spectacles: commedia and Shakespeare
  • Andy Grewar
  • Shakespeare's clown connection: hybridizing commedia's Zanni
  • Sara Romersberger
  • Writing for the elite: Molière, Marivaux, and Beaumarchais
  • Elizabeth C. Goldsmith
  • Goldoni and Gozzi: reformers with separate agendas
  • Michael Griffin
  • Commedia dell'Arte as grotesque dance: decline or evolution?
  • Tim Fitzpatrick
  • Domenico Pietropaolo
  • The myth of Pierrot
  • Mark Evans
  • Speechless spectacles: Commedia pantomime in France, England, and the Americas during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries
  • Matthew R. Wilson
  • From Meyerhold to Eisenstein: Commedia dell'Arte in Russia
  • J. Douglas Clayton
  • Giorgio Strehler's Arte: a commedia master directs Shakespeare
  • Mace Perlman
  • Giovanni Poli: the missing link
  • The Commedia dell'Arte acting companies
  • Giulia Filacanapa
  • Arlecchino Appleseed: or how Carlo Mazzone-Clementi brought commedia to the new world
  • Joan Schirle
  • Despite everything, Commedia dell'Arte is alive in Italy. Long live commedia!
  • Fabio Mangolini
  • Dario Fo and the Commedia dell'Arte
  • Antonio Scuderi
  • Carlo Boso: fear and laughter in popular theatre
  • Anna Cottis
  • Antonio Fava
  • Kenneth Richards
  • John Rudlin
  • Happy bedfellows: Commedia dell'Arte, politics, and the San Francisco Mime Troupe
  • Claudia Orenstein
  • Commedia in Glouchester: rural contexts (2004 to 2010)
  • Olly Crick
  • I Sebastiani: commedia geeks
  • Judith Chaffee
  • Commedia women on stage - and in the wings
  • Joan Schilre
  • Commedia counterparts: Middle Eastern and Asian connections
Control code
877366486
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
xxiii, 516 pages
Isbn
9780415745062
Lccn
2014014844
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other control number
40024466792
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)877366486
Label
The Routledge companion to Commedia dell'Arte, edited by Judith Chaffee and Olly Crick
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • You must have heard of Harlequin . . .
  • Kathy Foley
  • Commedia for contemporary theatre maker
  • Davis Robinson
  • Roots and routes: One Man, Two Guvnors
  • Didi Hopkins
  • Commedia in a new world context: the comedy and poetry of survival
  • Katrien van Beurden -- Bibliography of generally accepted Commedia dell'Arte literature
  • Michele Bottini
  • Pantalone and il dottore: the old men of commedia
  • Peter Jordan
  • The young lovers
  • Richard Stockton Rand
  • Reading and interpreting the capitano's multiple mask-shapes
  • Mace Perlman
  • Le Servette in Commedia dell'Arte
  • Julie Goell
  • The pre-eminence of the actor in renaissance context: subverting the social order
  • Carnival, comedy and the Commedia: a case study of the mask of Scaramouche
  • Stephen P. J. Knapper
  • Official recognition of Pulcinella: the one who saved the Commedia from extinction by securing its continuity to the present day
  • Antonio Fava
  • The many faces of Brighella: the nave we love to hate
  • Artemis Preeshl
  • A mask maker's journey
  • Stefano Perocco di Meduna --
  • Mask performance for a contemporary Commedia dell'Arte
  • Carlos García Estévez
  • Scott McGehee
  • New roles for the mask in twentieth century theatre
  • Donato Sartori
  • Grommelot
  • John Rudlin
  • Lazzi
  • Mel Gordon
  • Principles of comedy for Commedia dell'Arte
  • Brian Foley
  • Slapstick and comic violence in Commedia dell'Arte
  • Louise Peacock
  • Form and freedom: between scenario and stage
  • Aristocratic archeology: Greco-Roman roots
  • Paul Monaghan
  • The rise of Commedia dell'Arte in Italy: a historical perspective
  • Kate Meehan
  • The great Ruzante
  • Linda L. Carroll
  • The coming together
  • Olly Crick
  • Staging and staging practices in early Commedia dell'Arte
  • Franklin J. Hildy and Matthew R. Wilson -- Commedia dell'Arte and the Spanish golden age theatre
  • Robert Henke
  • Nancy L. D'Antuono
  • Celestial sirens of the Commedia dell'Arte stage
  • Anne E. MacNeil
  • Incidental music in Commedia dell"arte performances
  • Thomas F. Heck
  • Meetings on Naxos: opera and Commedia dell'Arte
  • Roger Savage
  • Classical ballet and Commedia dell'Arte: Influences
  • Barry Grantham
  • Images of the Commedia dell'Arte
  • Parallel processing: two playwrights: Scala and Shakespeare
  • M. A. Katritzky
  • The old man's spectacles: commedia and Shakespeare
  • Andy Grewar
  • Shakespeare's clown connection: hybridizing commedia's Zanni
  • Sara Romersberger
  • Writing for the elite: Molière, Marivaux, and Beaumarchais
  • Elizabeth C. Goldsmith
  • Goldoni and Gozzi: reformers with separate agendas
  • Michael Griffin
  • Commedia dell'Arte as grotesque dance: decline or evolution?
  • Tim Fitzpatrick
  • Domenico Pietropaolo
  • The myth of Pierrot
  • Mark Evans
  • Speechless spectacles: Commedia pantomime in France, England, and the Americas during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries
  • Matthew R. Wilson
  • From Meyerhold to Eisenstein: Commedia dell'Arte in Russia
  • J. Douglas Clayton
  • Giorgio Strehler's Arte: a commedia master directs Shakespeare
  • Mace Perlman
  • Giovanni Poli: the missing link
  • The Commedia dell'Arte acting companies
  • Giulia Filacanapa
  • Arlecchino Appleseed: or how Carlo Mazzone-Clementi brought commedia to the new world
  • Joan Schirle
  • Despite everything, Commedia dell'Arte is alive in Italy. Long live commedia!
  • Fabio Mangolini
  • Dario Fo and the Commedia dell'Arte
  • Antonio Scuderi
  • Carlo Boso: fear and laughter in popular theatre
  • Anna Cottis
  • Antonio Fava
  • Kenneth Richards
  • John Rudlin
  • Happy bedfellows: Commedia dell'Arte, politics, and the San Francisco Mime Troupe
  • Claudia Orenstein
  • Commedia in Glouchester: rural contexts (2004 to 2010)
  • Olly Crick
  • I Sebastiani: commedia geeks
  • Judith Chaffee
  • Commedia women on stage - and in the wings
  • Joan Schilre
  • Commedia counterparts: Middle Eastern and Asian connections
Control code
877366486
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
xxiii, 516 pages
Isbn
9780415745062
Lccn
2014014844
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other control number
40024466792
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)877366486

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