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History of Gujarati Theatre
History of Gujarati Theatre

History of Gujarati Theatre

by Hasmukh Baradi

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Language

English

Publisher

National Book Trust

ISBN

8123740328 - Year: 2003 - Pages: 287

Binding

Paperback

Hasmukh Baradi

Author: Hasmukh Baradi
Translator(s): Vinod Meghani
Publisher: National Book Trust
Year: 2003
Language: English
Pages: 287
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8123740328

Description

This work reviews and analyses from a fresh angle the stage by stage chronicle of theatre art, theatrical trends, and is a very informative delineation of the emphatic impact made by politics, society, literature and theatre on one another.

This work reviews and analyses from a fresh angle the stage by stage chronicle of theatre art, theatrical trends, actor-directors, playwrights as well as theatre personalities active in the history of theatre during the last century and half of Gujarati literature. That is what distinguishes this work from a history of literary theatre. The work also includes an elaborate feature about Bhavai, the tradition folk theatre, and the pioneering endeavor of Parsi community for the inception of theatre in its own tongue as well as in Gujarati.

This is a very information delineation of the emphatic impact made by politics, society, literature and theatre on one another.

Contents

Preface
Translator's Note

Pre-Tradition

Old Theatre - Phase One:
Formation of various Groups - (1842-1878)

Old Theatre- Phase Two:
The Owner - Playwright - (1878-1898)

Old Theatre - Phase Three:
Actor Dominance - (1898-1913)

Phase Four: Struggle of Playwrights (1913-1923)

Phase Five: Main Actor-Director (1923-1939)

Old Theatre- Phase Six
Owners and Moneylenders (1939-1953)

Phase Seven: Traveling Theatre Groups (1953 - )

New Theatre Activity- Phase One:
Activities Based on Actor and Festivities (1922-1939)

New Theatre Activity - Phase Two:
Formation of Theatre Groups (193901949)

New Theatre Activity - Phase Three:
Director Dominance (1949-1960)

New Theater Activity - Phase Four:
Actor-Proprietor Dominance (1960-1990)

One Act Plays (1871-1990)

Miscellanea

About the Graph of the Parallels
Important Sources of References
Index: Concept and Processes

Index: Nouns

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