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Re–Establishing Britishness/Englishness: Representation Through Music in a non–Parliamentary Nation
Folk singers were once principal media sources by which news of national events was disseminated in what became the United Kingdom in 1707. Folk song has since been imbued with significance as a record of political events ...
"Generally Regarded with a Lenient Eye': Amateur Theatre in Dunedin 1862 -1868
Discussion of the rise of amateur theatre in Dunedin, New Zealand, 1862 - 1868, and its associations with professional theatre in the city.
Herr Daniel Bandmann and Shakespeare vs the World
German actor Daniel Bandmann played his first Hamlet at the age of 20, and made his English language debut as Shylock in New York, 1863. In his prime, he performed extensively in America, Great Britain, Australia, and New ...
Acting the Moor: Critical response to performances of Othello in Australia and New Zealand 1834 - 1866
In this article, I examine selected Australian and New Zealand productions of Othello over a thirty-five year arc, sampling critical commentary from each decade to highlight the expectations of Shakespeare in performance ...
Music Video and Online Social Media: A Case Study of the Discourse Around Japanese Imagery in the New Zealand Indie Scene
This article offers original insights into the construction of musical meaning through an intensification and bricolage of postmodern discourse as a result of music video as online media. The discussion contributes to ...
We Are Amused: Theatre Comes To Dunedin, December 1861-April 1862
Examines the beginnings of professional theatre in Dunedin, New Zealand, from its first home in a converted horses stables business in 1862.