Intuition / intellect - sex / sensibility

Show simple item record Stopford, Clare Krueger, Anton 2008-06-02T06:29:53Z 2008-06-02T06:29:53Z 2006
dc.description.abstract In contrast to the vast array of books which deal with the craft of acting and stagemanagement, there seem to be far fewer books which attempt to describe what directors do. The most common contemporary approach seems to be to present a collection of interviews, such as In Contact with the gods? Directors talk theatre (edited by Maria M. Delgado and Paul Heritage, 1996) and On directing (edited by Gabriella Giannachi and Mary Luckhurst, 1999). A possible reason for the dearth of material on directing techniques could be the fact that different directors’ styles and approaches vary drastically. Exceptional directors seem to be characterised more by their personal idiosyncrasies than by their adherence to a specific methodology. en
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dc.identifier.citation Stopford, C & Krueger, A 2006, 'Intuition / intellect - sex / sensibility', South African Theatre Journal, vol. 20, pp. 233-251. [htpp://] en
dc.identifier.issn 1013-7548
dc.language.iso en en
dc.publisher Centre for Theatre and Performance Studies, University of Stellenbosch en
dc.rights Centre for Theatre and Performance Studies, University of Stellenbosch en
dc.subject Directing (Theater) en
dc.subject Play direction (Theater)
dc.subject Play production (Theater)
dc.subject Theater -- Direction
dc.subject.lcsh Theater -- Production and direction
dc.subject.lcsh Acting
dc.subject.lcsh Theatrical producers and directors
dc.subject.lcsh Stage managers
dc.title Intuition / intellect - sex / sensibility en
dc.type Article en

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