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An article which looks at how modernism in theatre developed and realism came to be the mainstream of theatrical expression. When realism became established in the early 20th century, anti-realist movements flourished as reactions to the establishment. These movements were very diverse and ranged from the purely artistic, by people like Edward Gordon Craig to those that were political like Bertolt Brecht.
The Routledge companion to theatre and performance by Paul Allain and Jen Harvie
Call Number: Library - SFC - Arts & Languages 791.03 (DRA)
This book provides an accessible, informative and engaging introduction to important people, events, concepts and practices that have defined the complementary fields of theatre and performance studies. The book includes information on Gordon Craig.
Theatre directions by Jonothan Neelands and Warwick Dobson
Call Number: Library - SFC - Arts & Languages 792.02 (DRA)
Theatre Directions provides a selection of writings by key practitioners who have influenced the development of dramatic performance, including Gordon Craig.
Theatre, theory, theatre : the major critical texts from Aristotle and Zeami to Soyinka and Havel by edited by Daniel Gerould
Call Number: Library - SFC - Arts & Languages 792.01 (DRA)
This book includes 'The Actor and the Ubermarionette' by Gordon Craig on page 390.