"Political theatre" is a term that has been used to refer to three different things:
theatre that ... Brecht's aesthetics have influenced political playwrights throughout
the world, es...
At the beginning of Bartlett's political and profound epic play, twelve completely
different people across London wake up from an identical, terrifying dream ...
Dec 12, 2014 ... Personal and political: theater's "Sticks and Bones," "Father Comes Home From
the Wars," "Straight White Men" and "Luna Gale."
Jul 20, 2016 ... The Bay Area has a wide and deep history of political theatre, but what ... What
drives you to write a political play is what drives you to any other ...
The Pioneer Players, Kingsway Theatre, London, 1911. This image is from the
Pioneer Players' production The First Actress, a one-act play about Margaret ...
Apr 7, 2016 ... The US presidential candidate in It Can't Happen Here, the prescient 1936 play
by Sinclair Lewis, doesn't childishly insult his rivals nor boast ...
Mar 6, 2014 ... Jonathan Mandell looks at New Brooklyn Theatre's production of The Death of
Bessie Smith, and the ways theatre sparks political change.
Dec 27, 2011 ... Despite a slew of plays tackling social and political problems, drama has lost its
power to make a difference. It's time for a rethink, says Tiffany ...
The content of plays will always be connected to society and society's politics. ...
Political Theatre is drama or performing art which emphasizes a political issue ...
Political Theatre. Post-War British ... 1 Strategies of political theatre: a theoretical
.... common amongst playwrights who wanted to explore political situ- ations in ...