PHILIPPINE THEATRE IN ENGLISH
- The Laughter of My Father: A survival kit. Grow, L.M. // MELUS;Summer95, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p35
Discusses the works of Carlos Bulosan, a Philippine literary figure. Consensus on the genre of his story `The Laughter of My Father'; Interpretation by Arturo Rosenberg; Handbook on peasant survival; Double frame of reference; Parallelism with Juan Tamad stories; Other stories.
- �L�MENTS PUBLICITAIRES DANS LE VAUDEVILLE D'INFLUENCE FRAN�AISE. BOBOC, ALINA // Annals of Spiru Haret University, Journalism Studies;2011, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p123
The XIX-th century Romanian comic theatre tried to diversify its expression forms under the strong influence of French theater that was deviating to a light dimension, primarily for social reasons. Although it derived from the frivolous comedy, the vaudeville is a comic form with its own...
- LITERATURE IN ENGLISH BY FILIPINO WOMEN. Manlapaz, Edna Zapanta // Feminist Studies;Spring2000, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p187
Focuses on the evolution of Philippine literature in English written by Filipino women writers. Establishment of the Philippine Writers League; Emergence of erotic-themed writings; Impact of the World War II and the independence of Philippine on feminist writings; Factors influencing the...
- THE PHILIPPINE NOVEL IN ENGLISH INTO THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY. Hidalgo, Cristina Pantoja // World Literature Today;Spring2000, Vol. 74 Issue 2, p333
Investigates the development of the Philippine fiction in English. Several novelists and Philippine novels in English; Characteristics of contemporary Philippine novels in English; Forecast on the Philippine fiction.
- THE SHOW GOES DOWNTOWN. Calhoun, Ada // New York;5/5/2003, Vol. 36 Issue 15, p38
Focuses on some of the most popular live performers in New York City. Vaudeville, burlesque and drag performers; Theaters, clubs and other venues that promote live performance artists; Characters and groups that defy categorization.
- Down to the Fish 'n' Chips. // Time;9/12/1960, Vol. 76 Issue 11, p67
The article discusses the vaudeville of Blackpool, England. It states that there were puppet shows, acrobatic acts, North American dog acts and theater shows. It notes that Blackpool has the world's largest outdoor swimming pool. It also mentions that the 3,000-seat Blackpool Opera House is the...
- Picture Palaces. Russell, Hilary // Horizon Canada (English edition);Jan2001, pN.PAG
Presents the history of motion picture theaters in Canada. Establishment of the Electric Theatre; Combination of movies and vaudeville; Changes in the architecture of movie theaters.
- Show Places of the Past. Cummings, Parke // Saturday Evening Post;7/15/1950, Vol. 223 Issue 3, p40
Focuses on the old Miller's Olympia theater in the U.S. Reason behind the difficulty experienced by strangers in identifying the place; Consideration for the Miller's as a vaudeville theater and as a burlesque house; Performance of singer Kitty O'Dessen at the theater.
- Together again. Wolf, Matt // Variety;6/6/94, Vol. 355 Issue 6, p47
Reports on theater-related developments as of June 6, 1994. Former Lincoln Center Theater chief Gregory Mosher's partnership with playwright David Mamet; Response of an American playwright to another playwright's production; Final performance of Declan Donnellan's revival of the play `Sweeney Todd.'