Theatrical Movement: A Bibliographical Anthology

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Bob Fleshman
Scarecrow Press, Jan 1, 1986 - Performing Arts - 742 pages
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Bibliographic essays on theatre, dance and movement throughout Asia, Africa, the Middle East, Oceania and the Americas; theoretical papers on analysis, notation, psychology and non-verbal communication; paper by S.A. Wild separately annotated.

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Contents

The Objective
3
Contemporary Approaches to Movement Training
29
Commedia dellarte and Mime Bari Rolfe
46
On the Meaning of Mime and Pantomime
66
Body Language and Nonverbal Communication
79
Systems of DanceMovement Notation
89
Body Systems Martha Myers Margaret
100
Toward a Cognitive Psychology of Human
115
Asian Martial Arts and Performance
453
Asian Puppet Theatre and Human Motion
466
Peter J Chelkowski Section Editor
480
Theatrical Movement of the Arabs Laila AbouSaif
499
Development of Theatre in Iran Farrokh Gaffary
521
Drama and Theatre in the Russian East
539
Theatrical Movement in the Hebrew Theatre
545
Dances of the Middle East Maxine Leeds Snow
551

Non Anthropologists the Dance and
158
Asia
223
South Asian Performance Phillip ZarrOli
245
Southeast Asian Performance Kathy Foley
349
Japan Leonard Pronko
407
China Alice Lo
427
Korea Ohkon Cho
443
Movement in African Performance Judith Lynne
561
Movement in the Performing Arts of the Pacific
586
Australian Aboriginal Theatrical Movement
601
Eskimo Performance Maija M Lutz
718
Contributors
738
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