Franglo théâtre--esthétique et politique: Reaching Out to a Bilingual Audience, ou quoi?

Spensley, Philip; Mauguière, Bénédicte
January 1998
Cultural Identities in Canadian Literature/ Identités Culturell;1998, p163
Book Chapter
An essay from the book "Cultural Identities in Canadian Literature" is presented. It examines the emergence of bilingual-cultural theater in Canadian theater history. It considers productions that contain relatively equal amounts of dialogue in both languages and are played to a more or less bilingual audience. It focuses on theatrical productions "Balconville," "Romeo & Juliette," "Echo" and "L'Affaire Tartuffe."


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