He set out, then, to write a didactic play that would explain the crisis, and nothing more, unlike Prebble, who, as noted above, theatricalized
a distinct psychological pattern present in Jeffry Skilling (that Shaw and Kushner used to great success in their plays), while also educating her audience on the specifics behind Enron's meltdown.
Through Davis's recounting, this reality was both fleshed out and theatricalized
, the artist's elegy giving way to mythology.
Adding to the highly theatricalized
storytelling are Taichman's lyrical and image-rich direction, David Dorfman's mesmerizing choreography and movement, and the atmosphere-setting klezmer music composed by Lisa Gutkin and Aaron Halva and performed by both with Travis W.
She rounds out the book with a section on "Historical Period and Theatricalized
Makeup" (Chapter 13).
When we understand that Florio not only theatricalized
Montaigne but borrowed from literary critics like Sidney and dramatic poets like Marlowe and Shakespeare, it is easy to accept Hamlin's assertion that "the vectors of this relationship are less linear than we have supposed, the progressions more recursive" (49).
Megson applied the idea of the postsecular to these plays, arguing that the theatricalized
postsecular imagination is both an antidote to modernism's disenchantment with the world and a means of up-ending the binary division of past and present.
And the questions became more interesting still, because theatrical practices and theatricalized
bodies cross borders of politics, geography, disciplines, and identities.
narrative is useful for mapping shifting cultural trends between the 1990s and the 2000s and that the diagnosis of such trends must be differentiated with respect to specific media cultures.
Here the images arc dramatized and theatricalized
to the extent that they assume a life of their own.
85) is borne from a sense that all collective rituals for expressing or managing grief have become tainted and theatricalized
, and he has only the terrible loneliness of his unknowable self to retreat into.
Instead, Britton argues, by referring to the practice and associating it with other signs of conversion (such as wearing turbans), plays simultaneously stage Muslim belief and suggest that religious positions (including Christianity) might be empty shows made up of theatricalized
words, actions, and props.
From the beginning of Act III, Nick and the audience begin to find out that what is going on between George and Martha is deeply and consciously theatricalized