re: re: Narrative power Apr 12
2004, 03:25:35 PM
ur soo right-and thankyou for pointing out there is an off broadway themed message board- cheers mate
Narrative power Apr 12
2004, 12:56:26 PM
The freedom for a nation to narrate and most importantly be heard, has huge implications. Histories are born through literature. What happens if a nation hasn't got the power of narration? What dangers are there in other nations speaking on behalf of others?
re: re: American imperialism within contemporary British Theatre Apr 10
2004, 11:11:39 AM
Yeah, but American culture is saturating Britain at present, with American plays and musicals being on the same par as Britsh plays and musicals(in relation to numbers of shows being performed)- is britain not just becoming the 51st state? Aren't there other countries and cultures to learn about in the world??? Or was that just a myth?!
American imperialism within contemporary British Theatre Apr 10
2004, 10:33:14 AM
Are all things American taking over British Theatre?? Is America potentially Ben Elton's 'Globalsoft' of the future? If so, what is being done to prevent this cultural imperialism? If indeed it needs to be prevented? Help bolster my dissertation, all views welcome :)