IFTR2016 Stockholm Music Theatre WG Preliminary Schedule

16 April, 2016 | 0 comments

The table contains the preliminary schedule for the Music Theatre WG sessions this coming conference in Stockholm.

MONDAY 13 JUNE, 9-10.30AM
SESSION 1
Chair: George Rodosthenous

 

Paula SLEDZINSKA

University of Aberdeen

p.sledzinska@abdn.ac.uk

Navigating between the past and the future – National Theatre of Scotland and the musical construction of contemporary Scottish identities

Alison WALLS

CUNY Graduate Center

awalls@gradcenter.cuny.edu

Porgy at the Pã: The New Zealand Opera Company’s 1965 Porgy and Bess

Sahoko TSUJI

Waseda University

2gsahoko1002@gmail.com

Interplays of how to dramatize past and a musical show in Billion Dollar Baby

David SAVRAN

The Graduate Center, City University of New York

DSavran@gc.cuny.edu

Broadway as Global Brand

 

 

MONDAY 13 JUNE, 11am-12.30PM
SESSION 2
Chair: George Rodosthenous


Magnus TESSING

Stockholms Universitet

magnus.tessing.schneider@teater.su.se

Death and Delirium in the Age of Sensibility: The Opera "Comala" (1780) by Calzabigi and Morandi

Helena SPURNA

University Palacky in Olomouc

helena.spurna@email.cz

 

Opera Theatre as a Reflection of Social Changes at the Beginning of “Normalization” in Czechoslovakia

 

Helena LANGEWITZ

 

University Bern

helenalangewitz@hotmail.com

The So-called Boom of Baroque Opera and Historically Informed Performance Practice: What Does It Tell Us?

 

Tereza HAVELKOVA

Charles University, Prague

tereza.havelkova@ff.cuni.cz

Opera, Memory, and Collective Identity: Opera Scenes in Czech Narrative Cinema during Nazi Occupation

MONDAY 13 JUNE, 2-3.30PM
SESSION 3
Chair: Marcus Tan


Phoebe RUMSEY

The Graduate Center, City University of New York (CUNY)

ph.rumsey@gmail.com

"Hamilton" the Musical: Remixing Historical Narratives

Sarah BROWNE

University of Wolverhampton

sarah.browne@wlv.ac.uk

 

From Hair to Hamilton: Who lives, who dies, who tells your story?

Sheri ANDERSON

Monmouth University

shanders@monmouth.edu

Harmony and Understanding: A Study of the Physics of Equilibrium in the Musical Hair

 

 


TUESDAY 14 JUNE, 9-10.30AM
SESSION 4
Chair: Marcus Tan

 

 

Alejandro POSTIGO

RCSSD

alejandropostigo@gmail.com

Making ‘The Copla Musical’: PaR and interculturalism in musical theatre

Marcus TAN

National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University Singapore

tanmc@tcd.ie

(Re)Sounding the Past and/in the Present: Battlefield and the Ghost of Peter Brook’s Past

TANG Renfang

University of Hull, UK

renfangtang@163.com

‘If Music Be the Food of Love’: Music in Twelfth Night

 

Millie TAYLOR

University of Winchester

millie.taylor@winchester.ac.uk

Alarums and Flourishes: Musical Signification in Macbeth and A Midsummer Night’s Dream

 

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