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Author Hann, Rachel, author

Title Beyond scenography / Rachel Hann
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Published London : Routledge, 2018
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Contents Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; Acknowledgements; Introduction; Scenography as theatre-making; Theatre, performance and scenography; Research questions and chapters; 1 Place orientation, scenic politics and scenographics; Scenes and scenic politics; Scenographics; Othering tactics; 2 Scenography and the Anglophone theatres; The first adoption of scenography; Continental differences pre-1960; The second adoption of scenography; Sound and costume as scenography; 3 Scenography beyond scenographers; Mise en scène and scenography; Whose scenography?; Beyond dramaturgy and choreography
Expanded scene design?4 Scenography happens; The time of scenography; Scenography beyond set; Gecko's MISSING set; 5 Scenographic worlding; Stage geographies; Stage ideologies; Scenography beyond stages?; Stage-scenes beyond vision; 6 Scenographic cultures; Installation art and scenographic scale; Interior design and scenographic behaviours; Marketing and scenographic seduction; Gardening and scenographic curation; Protest and scenographic activism; 7 Scenographic architecture; Fast architecture; Trompe l'oeil and scenographic propaganda; Potemkin villages and scenographic placemaking
Notes <B><P>Acknowledgments</P><P>Introduction</P></B><P>Scenography as theatre-making</P><P>Theatre after cinema</P><P>Scenography after performance</P><P>Chapter outline</P><B><P>Chapter 1: Place Orientation, Scenic Politics and Scenographics</P></B><P>Scenes and Scenic Politics</P><P>Scenographics</P><P>Othering Tactics</P><B><P>Chapter 2: Scenography and the Anglophone theatres</P></B><P>The first adoption of scenography</P><P>Continental differences pre-1960</P><P>The second adoption of scenography</P><P>Sound and costume as scenography</P><B><P>Chapter 3: Scenography beyond scenographers</P></B><I><P>Mise en scène</I> and scenography</P><P>Whose scenography? </P><P>Beyond dramaturgy and choreography</P><P>Expanded scene design? </P><B><P>Chapter 4: Scenography Happens</P></B><P>The time of scenography</P><P>Scenography is not set</P><P>Gecko's <I>MISSING </I>set</P><B><P>Chapter 5: Scenographic Worlding</P></B><P>Stage Geographies</P><P>Stage Ideologies</P><P>Scenography beyond stages?</P><P>Stage-Scenes beyond vision</P><B><P>Chapter 6: Scenographic Cultures</P></B><P>Installation Art and Scenographic Scale</P><P>Interior Design and Scenographic Behaviours</P><P>Marketing and Scenographic Seduction</P><P>Gardening and Scenographic Curation</P><P>Protest and Scenographic Activism</P><B><P>Chapter 7: Scenographic Architecture</P></B><P>Fast Architecture</P><I><P>Trompe l'oeil</I> and Scenographic Propaganda</P><P>Potemkin Villages and Scenographic Placemaking</P><B><P>Conclusion</P></B>
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Subject Theaters -- Stage-setting and scenery.
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ISBN 0429950985
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