Staging Masculinities: History, Gender, Performance

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Staging Masculinities is a critical history of the ways in which changing concepts of masculinity have been represented, explored and critiqued on mainstream Western - and particularly English - stages. The study analyses a wide variety of plays and performances, ranging from medieval liturgical drama to contemporary West-End hits, from Henry V to Oleanna , tracing a complex relationship between theatrical performance and gender performance.

Staging Masculinities: History, Gender, Performance 2002, Palgrave, London

ISBN-13: 9780333720189

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Staging Masculinities: History, Gender, Performance 2002, Palgrave, London

ISBN-13: 9780333720196

2002 edition

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