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"About the phenomenon of theatre"

 
Publish Date : Sunday 6 March 2011 - 15:41
 
 
The articles of the 29th Fajr International Theatre Festival have been published as a book entitled "About the phenomenon of theatre". Compiled by Nasrollah Ghaderi the work was released with the cooperation of Katayoon Hussein zadeh and Ali Najafi.
"About the phenomenon of theatre"
 
IBNA: Talking about the book, Katayoon Hussein zadeh said:" Most of the articles are about documentary theatre, political theatre, the formation of political theatre and its process."

She added:" Every writer has presented his work according to the art in his country. The article's analytic information is incredible. Such a kind of book was not released in Iran so far."

Moreover she said that the book will be distributed in Europe's Theatre Festival, which will be held in Russia, to enjoy international aspects.

The book holds English and French articles.

The English section holds articles including "Idioms of South Asian theater" by Abhi Subedi which was translated by Amir Amjad, "At the cress-roads" by Andrzej Zurowski, translated by Katayoon Hussein zadeh, "OGGI NIENTE.. Today is nothing" by Handan Salta translated by Katayoon Hussein zadeh, "The theatre and economics, the British experience" by John Elsom, translated by Amir Amjad, "Broadway and race" by Jeffery Eric Jenkins, translated by Katayoon Hussein zadeh, "Chinese women's liberation road on the stage" by Dr. Zhu Ning, translated by Amir Amjad, "Enchanted by the BRAVE festival" by Kalina Stefanova, translated by Katayoon Hussein zadeh, "Slovenian drama as the globalization's litmus test" by Kristof Jacek kozak, translated by Amir Amjad, "The importance of being obedient" by Matti Linnavuori, translated by Katayoon Hussein zadeh.

"Where is the emerging point in today's Swedish performing arts" by Margareta Sorenson, translated by Amir Amjad, "The Barbican international theatre event in London" by Maria Shevtsova, translated by Amir Amjad, "The national theatre of Scotland- a theatre without walls" by Mark Brown, translated by Amir Amjad, "Theatre of revolution-history, theatre, document and life" by Petr Christov, translated by Katayoon Hussein zadeh, "Two Lithuanian Hamlets: The metaphysics of ice and mirrors" by Ramune Marcinkeviciute, translated by Katayoon Hussein zadeh, "Reorientalism" by Randy Gener, translated Amir Amjad, "Who will be the king or directors' merciless fight for power against playwright in the European theatre" by Sanja Nikcevic, translated by Amir Amjad, "National critics and the postmodern world: bridging the gap" by Savas Patsalidis, translated by Amir Amjad, "The community sensitive theatre maker" by Tamas Jaszay, translated by Amir Amjad, "Contemporary performance or whatever happened to the performative revolution" by Tomaz Toporisic, translated by Amir Amjad, "The burden of existence" by Tomasz Milkowski, "The critical reception of Eastern/ Central European theater in Korea since 1989 by Yun-Cheol Kim, translated by Amir Amjad and "European theatre 2000-2010" by Ian Herbert, translated by Katayoon Hussein zadeh.

The articles of the 29th Fajr International Theatre Festival have been published as a book entitled "About the phenomenon of theatre". The work is released in 2000 copies by Namayesh. The book is released in English, Persian and French.
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