Process of the Soviet/British

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Routledge, 2006 - Performing Arts - 104 pages
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First Published in 1997. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
National Traditions and New Developments
8
The Leningrad Puppet Theatre and Folk Tradition
16
Puppet Theatre in the Home in PreRevolutionary Russia
22
The Artists Puppet Theatre
28
The Oriental Roots of Soviet Rod Puppets
34
The State Puppet Theatre of Fairy Tales
48
One Individuals View of the Value of the Study of Russian Art and Puppet Theatre
54
Its Present State and Future Perspectives
65
The Reality Behind the Revival
73
Reasons for the PresentDay Situation in Soviet Puppet Theatre
80
Notes on Contributors
83
Bibliography
85
Further Reading
86
Conference Participants
88
Index
90

About My Work as a Puppet Theatre Scenographer
61

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Michael Knight and Trisa Knight are experienced writers on a variety of subjects, including parenting and children. They live in Rocklin, California, with their three children, who they never tire of taking to Disneyland and the surrounding attractions.

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