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Shakespeare’s myriad-minded stage: Propositional spaces of cultural hybridity (2019)
Journal Article
Drábek, P. (2019). Shakespeare’s myriad-minded stage: Propositional spaces of cultural hybridity. Cahiers Élisabéthains: A Biannual Journal of English Renaissance Studies, 99(1), 45-55. https://doi.org/10.1177/0184767819835551

Shakespeare's Myriad-Minded Stage: Propositional Spaces of Cultural Hybridity The concept of hybridity is predicated on an assumed notion of purity, fixity or clarity. Arguably, this is profoundly ingrained in logocentric epistemologies that assert s... Read More

Visualising Process- Hofman’s 1926 Hamlet (2018)
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Fergusson Baugh, C. (2018). Visualising Process- Hofman’s 1926 Hamlet. Theatralia, 21(2), 15-28. https://doi.org/10.5817/TY2018-2-2

The 1926 production of Hamlet is of particular significance in a range of contexts. It was Karel Hiller’s return production following a career hiatus occasioned by a devastating stroke in 1924 and marked the beginning of a more reflective stage of hi... Read More

Book review: Moving (across) Borders: Performing Translation, Intervention, Participation. Edited by Gabriele Brandstetter and Holger Hartung. Bielefeld: transcript, 2017. Pp. 243. €34.99 Pb. (2018)
Journal Article
Drábek, P. (2018). Book review: Moving (across) Borders: Performing Translation, Intervention, Participation. Edited by Gabriele Brandstetter and Holger Hartung. Bielefeld: transcript, 2017. Pp. 243. €34.99 Pb. Theatre Research International, 43(2), 223-224. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0307883318000317

Book review

Book review: Robert Henke. Poverty and charity in early modern theater and performance. Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 2015. Pp xiv, 198 (2018)
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Drábek, P. (2018). Book review: Robert Henke. Poverty and charity in early modern theater and performance. Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 2015. Pp xiv, 198. Early theatre, 21(1), 209-212. https://doi.org/10.12745/et.21.1.3540

A book review of Robert Henke. Poverty and Charity in Early Modern Theater and Performance. Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 2015. Pp xiv, 198.

Using the method to be myself: adapting and appropriating historical training approaches for interactive performance (2018)
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Edinborough, C. (2018). Using the method to be myself: adapting and appropriating historical training approaches for interactive performance. Theatre, Dance and Performance Training, 9(2), 174-188. doi:10.1080/19443927.2018.1453863

This article examines how notions of artistic truth and authenticity articulated by Konstantin Stanislavski and his followers might be adapted for use within interactive and immersive performance. Making connections between Stanislavski's aesthetics... Read More

Book review: Two Books on Translation for the Stage (2018)
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Drábek, P. (2018). Book review: Two Books on Translation for the Stage. Journal of Adaptation in Film and Performance, 11(1), 111-117. https://doi.org/10.1386/jafp.11.1.111_5

Two Books on Translation for the Stage A book review of: ADAPTING TRANSLATION FOR THE STAGE. EDITED BY GERALDINE BRODIE AND EMMA COLE (2017) London and New York: Routledge. 298 pp., and THE TRANSLATOR ON STAGE, GERALDINE BRODIE (2018) New York:... Read More

Haptic insights: model making as historical methodology (2018)
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Baugh, C. F. (2018). Haptic insights: model making as historical methodology. Theatre and performance design, 4(1-2), 83-100. https://doi.org/10.1080/23322551.2018.1464843

This article explores the value of digital reconstruction practice to the theatre historian in general but in particular the historian concerned with exploring visual histories offered by the areas of theatre design and architecture. It will articula... Read More

The ‘Not Knowns’: memory, narrative and applied theatre (2017)
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Conroy, C., Dickenson, S. J., & Mazzoni, G. (2018). The ‘Not Knowns’: memory, narrative and applied theatre. Research in Drama Education: The Journal of Applied Theatre and Performance, 23(1), 56-72. https://doi.org/10.1080/13569783.2017.1398641

© 2017 Informa UK Limited, trading as Taylor & Francis Group This is an attempt to articulate and explore the relationship between the science of memory and the applied theatre project, The Not Knowns. The project was a collaboration between theatr... Read More

Translating classical plays: collected papers, J. Michael Walton (2016) London and New York: Routledge, 270pp. (2017)
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Drábek, P. (2017). Translating classical plays: collected papers, J. Michael Walton (2016) London and New York: Routledge, 270pp. Journal of Adaptation in Film and Performance, 10(1), 81-83. https://doi.org/10.1386/jafp.10.1.81_5

Review of J. Michael Walton. Translating Classical Plays: Collected Papers. London and New York: Routledge, 2016. 270pp. ISBN 9781138124325. £85.00 (hb). ISBN 9781315648231. £24.49 (eb).

Exploring the hinterlands : avant-garde temporality, socialist realism, and Pogodin’s Aristocrats (2016)
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Skinner, A. (2016). Exploring the hinterlands : avant-garde temporality, socialist realism, and Pogodin’s Aristocrats. Studies in Theatre and Performance, 36(3), (257-268). doi:10.1080/14682761.2016.1225184. ISSN 1468-2761

Soviet socialist realism is frequently constructed as the death knell of the Russian avant-garde. The combination of vague instructions (mainly concerning the required effect of the work, rather than its formal construction) with severe consequences... Read More

Book review: Singing simpkin and other bawdy jigs: musical comedy on the Shakespearean stage: scripts, music & context, by Roger Clegg and Lucie Skeaping, with an appendix of dance instructions by Anne Daye, Exeter, University of Exeter Press, 2014, 340 p (2016)
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Drábek, P. (2017). Book review: Singing simpkin and other bawdy jigs: musical comedy on the Shakespearean stage: scripts, music & context, by Roger Clegg and Lucie Skeaping, with an appendix of dance instructions by Anne Daye, Exeter, University of Exeter Press, 2014, 340 pp. Studies in Theatre and Performance, 37(3), 370-372. https://doi.org/10.1080/14682761.2016.1229771

Review of Singing simpkin and other bawdy jigs: musical comedy on the Shakespearean stage: scripts, music & context, by Roger Clegg and Lucie Skeaping, with an appendix of dance instructions by Anne Daye, Exeter, University of Exeter Press, 2014, 340... Read More

Surfaces, depths and hypercubes: Meyerholdian scenography and the fourth dimension (2015)
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Skinner, A. (2015). Surfaces, depths and hypercubes: Meyerholdian scenography and the fourth dimension. Theatre and performance design, 1(3), 204-219. https://doi.org/10.1080/23322551.2015.1099829

An appreciation of Meyerhold’s engagement with theatrical space is fundamental to understanding his directorial and pedagogic practice. This article begins by establishing Meyerhold’s theoretical and practical engagement with theatre as a fundamental... Read More

Paralympic cultures: disability as paradigm (2013)
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Conroy, C. (2013). Paralympic cultures: disability as paradigm. Contemporary Theatre Review, 23(4), 519-531. https://doi.org/10.1080/10486801.2013.839171

This is an article about the Paralympic Games of summer 2012 and the experience of watching them. It rehearses the use of disability as political and cultural identity in relation to theatre and performance studies. Disability identity is not an iden... Read More

History without royalty? Queen and the strata of the popular music canon (2013)
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Desler, A. (2013). History without royalty? Queen and the strata of the popular music canon. Popular music, 32(3), 385-405. doi:10.1017/s0261143013000287

Although canon formation has been discussed in popular music studies for over a decade, the notion of what constitutes ‘the popular music canon' is still vague. However, considering that many scholars resent canon formation due to the negative effect... Read More

New media art, participation, social engagement and public funding (2013)
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Chatzichristodoulou, M. (2013). New media art, participation, social engagement and public funding. Visual culture in Britain, 14(3), 301-318. https://doi.org/10.1080/14714787.2013.827486

This article investigates the current condition of new media art in Britain, examining how cuts to arts funding have affected the art form's infrastructure and capacity for survival and growth. It considers media art in relation to other contemporary... Read More