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Food and theatre on the world stage

Author: Dorothy Chansky; Ann Folino White
Publisher: New York : Routledge, 2016. ©2016
Series: Routledge advances in theatre and performance studies.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Dorothy Chansky; Ann Folino White
ISBN: 9781138805477 1138805475
OCLC Number: 915130231
Description: xi, 286 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction: Culinary Theatres Dorothy Chansky and Ann Folino White Part I: Dramatizing Gluttony and Famine 1. When You are What You Eat: Ruzzante and Historical Metabolism Will Daddario and Joanne Zerdy 2. Gluttonous Pleasures: Arlequin, the Nouveau Theatre Italien, and the Eighteenth-Century French Stage Maria Bobroff 3. Staging the Politics of the Belly: Depictions of Food and Violence in the Zimbabwean Play Super Patriot and Morons Praise Zenenga Part II: Staging Nationalism and Culture via Cuisine 4. Staging Soul/Food in Rakugo and Shogekijo: Food and Theatre in Japan Lorie Brau and David Jortner 5. Fools Festooned with Foods in Seventeenth-Century Popular German Theatre and Beyond Henriette Kassay-Schuster 6. Eating Red: Performing Maoist Nostalgia in Beijing's Revolution-Themed Restaurants Claire Conceison Part III: Food Labor and Consuming Symbols 7. Slaughterhouses and Sensorial Affect: Dramatizing Labor, Capitalism, and Industrial Food Production in Bertolt Brecht's Saint Joan of the Stockyards and Naomi Wallace's Slaughter City Jocelyn L. Buckner 8. The Dinner from Hell/The Chef from le Cordon Bleu: Omnium Gatherum and Food as Status Symbol after 9/11 Ann Folino White and Dorothy Chansky 9. Look Who's for Dinner: Staging the Last Supper in Medieval Drama Jesse Njus Part IV: Food Activism Onstage 10. Food Service and Resistance to Authoritarianism in the Southern Cone: Puesta en claro (Argentina) and Lo crudo, lo cocido y lo podrido (Chile) Ariel Strichartz 11. Moveable Feasts and Immoveable Paradigms: Can Theatre Artists and Health Scientists Cook, Eat, and Play Well Together? Stephani Etheridge Woodson and Tamara Underiner 12. The Right to Food Staples in India: Dramatizing a Cultural History of Shame and Pride Kanika Batra Part V: Food on the Other Side of the Footlights 13. "Whole sturgeons in seuerall dishes": The Performance of Feasting and Jonson's Love's Welcome at Bolsover Kirsten Inglis 14. Dinner Dress - Tales about Dora: Tasting the Limits of Semioticity, Consuming Autobiography, Contesting Israeliness Dror Harari 15. Audience Appetites: Food, Class, and Consumption in New York City's Theatres Christine Woodworth and Amy E. Hughes
Series Title: Routledge advances in theatre and performance studies.
Responsibility: edited by Dorothy Chansky and Ann Folino White.


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