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Gender Space and Resistance : Women and Theatre in India

edited by Anita Singh and Tarun Tapas Mukherjee

ISBN 10: 8124606927 / ISBN 13: 9788124606926
Published by D.K.Printworld, 2013
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Contents: Foreword. Preface. Introduction. I. Mapping the Field: 1. Female Theatre Artists in Bharatas Natyashastra/Iravati. 2. Intimate Thoughts and Revolts in a Codified language : Womens Creativity in Kutiyattam (Kerala)/Coralie Casassas. 3. Jyotsna Dutta, and After/Gourab Ghosh. 4. Acting out of Line : A Study on Chapal Bhaduris Performance in Performing the Goddess/Sanchita Das. 5. Women in Nautanki : Exploring the Attachments of Tradition and Gender/Vibha Sharma. 6. The Politics of the Labouring Body and an Emerging Feminist Consciousness (1960-1980) : Keya Chakrabarti and Nandikar/Trina Nileena Banerjee. 7. Laughing at Domestic Violence : On Viewing Gender Roles and other Comedic Complexities on the Tamil Popular Stage/Susan Seizer. 8. Witnessing Movement : The Women Artists of the Indian Peoples Theatre Associations Central Squad/Sharmistha Saha. 9. Theatre/Theory of Rashid Jahan, Angareywali/ Nishat Haider. 10. The Poetics of Resistance : Representation of Women and Conflict in Rabijita Gogois Plays/Nizara Hazarika. 11. Violating Performance : Women, Law and the State of Exception/Shayoni Mitra. 12. Women in Indian Puppetry : Artists, Educators, Activists/Claudia Orenstein. II. Play-Texts: 1. Sacrifice (Bali) by Tripti Mitra (Bengali Play)/Translation Nirban Manna. 2. Daughter-in-Law (Bahu) by Tripurari Sharma (Hindi Play)/Translation Tripurari Sharma. 3. Sita by Kamalini Mehta (Hindi Play)/Translation Anita Singh. 4. In Search of the Goddess : A One-Woman Performance (English Play)/Mallika Sarabhai. 5. Pass the Buck on Brother by Sanjay Pawar (Marathi Play)/Translation Maya Pandit. 6. Nowhere People by Jayant Pawar (Marathi Play)/Translation Maya Pandit. 7. New Born by V. Padma Mangai (Tamil Play)/Translation S. Chitra. 8. Labour Room by K.V. Sreeja (Malayalam Play)/Translation C.S.Biju and Vibin Krishnan. 9. Aag Lagi Hai Jangal Ma/The Jungle is Burning : Confronting State Corruption and Rural Underdevelopment Through Feminist Theatre (Awadhi and Hindi Play)/Translation and Commentary Richa Nagar. III. Interviews: 1. Saoli Mitra By Anita Singh. 2. Poile Sengupta By Anita Singh. 3. Manjula Padmanabhan By Praggnaparamita Biswas. 4. V. Padma Mangai By Anita Singh. 5. Arenla Subong By Banibrata Mahanta. Index. This book explores the presence and contribution of women to the recorded history of Indian theatre. It provides a platform to raise, discuss and debate issues, aesthetics and techniques connected with the Indian theatre in the backdrop of political, social and moral values of women in theatre. An attempt to fill up the vacuum of scholarly literature on the role of women in theatre, this book expects to create enough academic value and interest. Its content unearths the dynamics of gender in the history of theatre. It extensively deals with the theoretical and practical aspects of women's theatre.This anthology also addresses the various social issues associated with gender inequality through essays, play-texts and interviews. In a similar vein, it delves deep into the relationship among theatre, public/private sphere and gender. This work purports to address a variety of needs of feminist researchers and laymen who are not conversant with the contribution of women to theatre and its obvious political and transformative intent.This collection also intends to see how the theatrical space could unsettle the gendered binaries regulating women's presence in public space, and proposes to see why and how relevant feminist politics is in re-imagining a vibrant and inclusive concept of gender fairness and justice in contemporary India. It extends high referral value for researchers, students and even laymen with interest in the role of women in theatre.(jacket). Bookseller Inventory # 111274

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Title: Gender Space and Resistance : Women and ...

Publisher: D.K.Printworld

Publication Date: 2013

Binding: Hardcover

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This book explores the presence and contribution of women to the recorded history of Indian theatre. It provides a platform to raise, discuss and debate issues, aesthetics and techniques connected with the Indian theatre in the backdrop of political, social and moral values of women in theatre. An attempt to fill up the vacuum of scholarly literature on the role of women in theatre, this book expects to create enough academic value and interest. Its content unearths the dynamics of gender in the history of theatre. It extensively deals with the theoretical and practical aspects of women's theatre. This anthology also addresses the various social issues associated with gender inequality through essays, play-texts and interviews. In a similar vein, it delves deep into the relationship among theatre, public/private sphere and gender. This work purports to address a variety of needs of feminist researchers and laymen who are not conversant with the contribution of women to theatre and its obvious political and transformative intent. This collection also intends to see how the theatrical space could unsettle the gendered binaries regulating women's presence in public space, and proposes to see why and how relevant feminist politics is in re-imagining a vibrant and inclusive concept of gender fairness and justice in contemporary India. It extends high referral value for researchers, students and even laymen with interest in the role of women in theatre.

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