The Mask: A Periodical Performance by Edward Gordon Craig.
Edward Gordon Craig and Theater Essay 818 Words | 4 Pages
A collection of academic essays on the work of Stephen Sondheim. Contents: General Editor's Note, Kimball King; Introduction, Joanne Gordon; Chronology; "Broadway Babies: Images of Women in the Musicals of Stephen Sondheim" Laura Hanson; "Comedy Tonight!: A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum", Lois Kivesto; "Company 25 Years Later" John Olson; "Nixon's America and Follies: Reappraising a Musical Theater Classic",James Fisher; "The Last of Sheila: Sondheim as a Master Games-Player", Douglas Braverman; "On Performing Sondheim (A Little Night Music Revisited)", David Craig; "'More Beautiful than True' or 'Never Mind the Small Disaster': The Art of Illusion in Pacific Overtures", Leonard Fleischer; "Psychology, Evil and Sweeney Todd or, 'Don't I Know You, Mister?'". Judith Schlesinger; "Sondheim: The Idealist", Mari Cronin; "'Let the Pupil Show the Master' Stephen Sondheim and Oscar Hammerstein II", Andrew Milner; "Portrait of the Artist: Sunday in the Park with George and 'Revolutionary' Musical Drama", Edward T. Bonahue, Jr.; "Assassins and the Concept Musical", Scott Miller; "Passion: Not Just Another Simple Love Story", Gary Konas; "Revisiting Greece: the Sondheim Chorus", Barbara Means Fraser; Contributors; Index
Theatre Lit Wiki - Edward Gordon Craig
Edward Gordon Craig reviewed this translation. But his article “Shakespeare (the English Chikamatsu) Spells Ruin”, published in 1927, has been remained almost unknown until now. The purpose of this paper is to analyze this essay with regard to Craig's early essay “The Actor and the Über-Marionette”, taking into account political, historical and cultural backdrops for it.