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The Critic, Power, and the Performing Arts. Twentieth Century Fund Essay. - Booth, John E.
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[EAN: 9780231074605], Fine, [SC: 5.0], [PU: New York, Oxford: Columbia University Press,], Literary Criticism|General, Performing Arts|General, Jacket, 225 S. Umschlag leicht berieben, sonst gutes Exemplar. - Enthält u. a. Interviews mit: Stephen Sondheim -- Agnes de Mille -- Katharine Hepburn -- David Mamet -- Arlene Croce -- Frank Rich -- Arthur Miller -- Hilton Kramer -- Colleen Dewhurst -- John Simon -- Martin Bernheimer. - The Critic, Power, and the Performing Arts, exposes the effects critics have on the destiny of dance, music, and theater as well as on the future of creative and performing artists. John E. Booth, in a pioneering work, explores the complex elements that must be reevaluated if criticism is to both guard the gates of quality and be a constructive force in the nation's cultural life. Booth looks at the role, training, experience, and qualifications of critics, and the opportunities afforded them to practice their profession. He examines how publishers and editors of newspapers and periodicals determine the nature of criticism. Plunging into one of the most divisive and heated arguments-the role and quality of arts criticism-Booth calls for new approaches for evaluating the arts. Booth supports his position with scores of exclusive and often extraordinarily candid interviews among some of the leading and most thoughtful of today's critics, performing and creative artists, arts managers and administrators, publishers and editors across the country. The author also surveyed directors of major arts institutions and smaller companies. Booth explores the philosophy and goals of criticism, the working procedures of critics, and what is involved in training critics and maintaining standards. He discusses the hazards of criticism-from conflicts of interest to dealing with personal biases-as well as the rewards for the critic. He also details the economic constraints which often realistically limit publishers' coverage of the arts. The Critic, Power, and the Performing Arts discusses the special problems of women's theater and minority theater. In the book, some of the most gifted British and American critics provide suggestions and alternatives for effective criticism in the various disciplines. (Klappentext). ISBN 9780231074605 Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 550 Fadengehefteter Originalpappband mit Schutzumschlag.

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225 S. Fadengehefteter Originalpappband mit Schutzumschlag. Umschlag leicht berieben, sonst gutes Exemplar. - Enthält u. a. Interviews mit: Stephen Sondheim -- Agnes de Mille -- Katharine Hepburn -- David Mamet -- Arlene Croce -- Frank Rich -- Arthur Miller -- Hilton Kramer -- Colleen Dewhurst -- John Simon -- Martin Bernheimer. - The Critic, Power, and the Performing Arts, exposes the effects critics have on the destiny of dance, music, and theater as well as on the future of creative and performing artists. John E. Booth, in a pioneering work, explores the complex elements that must be reevaluated if criticism is to both guard the gates of quality and be a constructive force in the nation's cultural life. Booth looks at the role, training, experience, and qualifications of critics, and the opportunities afforded them to practice their profession. He examines how publishers and editors of newspapers and periodicals determine the nature of criticism. Plunging into one of the most divisive and heated arguments-the role and quality of arts criticism-Booth calls for new approaches for evaluating the arts. Booth supports his position with scores of exclusive and often extraordinarily candid interviews among some of the leading and most thoughtful of today's critics, performing and creative artists, arts managers and administrators, publishers and editors across the country. The author also surveyed directors of major arts institutions and smaller companies. Booth explores the philosophy and goals of criticism, the working procedures of critics, and what is involved in training critics and maintaining standards. He discusses the hazards of criticism-from conflicts of interest to dealing with personal biases-as well as the rewards for the critic. He also details the economic constraints which often realistically limit publishers' coverage of the arts. The Critic, Power, and the Performing Arts discusses the special problems of women's theater and minority theater. In the book, some of the most gifted British and American critics provide suggestions and alternatives for effective criticism in the various disciplines. (Klappentext). ISBN 9780231074605 Versand D: 3,00 EUR, [PU:New York, Oxford: Columbia University Press,]

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New York, Oxford, Columbia University Press, 225 S. Fadengehefteter Originalpappband mit Schutzumschlag. Umschlag leicht berieben, sonst gutes Exemplar. - Enthält u. a. Interviews mit: Stephen Sondheim -- Agnes de Mille -- Katharine Hepburn -- David Mamet -- Arlene Croce -- Frank Rich -- Arthur Miller -- Hilton Kramer -- Colleen Dewhurst -- John Simon -- Martin Bernheimer. - The Critic, Power, and the Performing Arts, exposes the effects critics have on the destiny of dance, music, and theater as well as on the future of creative and performing artists. John E. Booth, in a pioneering work, explores the complex elements that must be reevaluated if criticism is to both guard the gates of quality and be a constructive force in the nation`s cultural life. Booth looks at the role, training, experience, and qualifications of critics, and the opportunities afforded them to practice their profession. He examines how publishers and editors of newspapers and periodicals determine the nature of criticism. Plunging into one of the most divisive and heated arguments-the role and quality of arts criticism-Booth calls for new approaches for evaluating the arts. Booth supports his position with scores of exclusive and often extraordinarily candid interviews among some of the leading and most thoughtful of today`s critics, performing and creative artists, arts managers and administrators, publishers and editors across the country. The author also surveyed directors of major arts institutions and smaller companies. Booth explores the philosophy and goals of criticism, the working procedures of critics, and what is involved in training critics and maintaining standards. He discusses the hazards of criticism-from conflicts of interest to dealing with personal biases-as well as the rewards for the critic. He also details the economic constraints which often realistically limit publishers` coverage of the arts. The Critic, Power, and the Performing Arts discusses the special problems of women`s theater and minority theater. In the book, some of the most gifted British and American critics provide suggestions and alternatives for effective criticism in the various disciplines. (Klappentext). ISBN 9780231074605Kunst 1991, [PU: Columbia University Press]

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The Critic, Power, and the Performing Arts. Twentieth Century Fund Essay.
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Booth, John E

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The Critic, Power, and the Performing Arts. Twentieth Century Fund Essay.

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0231074603

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780231074605
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0231074603
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Publishing year: 1991
Publisher: New York, Oxford: Columbia University Press,

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ISBN/EAN: 0231074603

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