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African theatre. In development

Author: Martin Banham; James Gibbs; Femi Osofisan; Jane Plastow
Publisher: Oxford : James Curry ; Bloomington : Indiana University Press, 1999.
Series: African theatre (Woodbridge, Suffolk, England), 1.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Martin Banham; James Gibbs; Femi Osofisan; Jane Plastow
ISBN: 025333599X 9780253335999 025321341X 9780253213419 0852555997 9780852555996 0852555946 9780852555941
OCLC Number: 41173834
Description: x, 182 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Contents: Strategies in staging: theatre technique in the plays of Zakes Mda / Carolyn Duggan --
Propaganda & mass education: Alec Dickson & drama for development in the Gold Coast / James Gibbs --
Theatre in development in Mauritius: from a theatre of protest to a theatre of cultural miscegenation / Roshni Mooneeram --
Telling the lion's tale: making theatre in Eritrea / Ali Campbell [and others] --
Alemseged Tesfai: a playwright in service to Eritrean liberation / Jane Plastow --
Performance studio workshop: Igboelerin East / Chuck Mike & members of the PSW --
Art as tool, weapon or shield? Arts for development seminar, Harare / David Kerr --
Arts & development II: furthering the agenda, Ibadan / Jumai Ewu --
Fifteen years between: Benue & Katsina workshop, Nigeria / Frances Harding --
Practice & policy in theater & development: London seminar, a personal response / Jan Cohen-Cruz --
Noticeboard / James Gibbs --
Playscript: Babalawo, mystery-master / Agbo Sikuade.
Series Title: African theatre (Woodbridge, Suffolk, England), 1.
Other Titles: In development
Responsibility: editors, Martin Banham, James Gibbs & Femi Osofisan ; reviews editor, Jane Plastow.

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