Hungary Theatre

The First World War: Germany and Austria-Hungary 1914-1918 (Repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by DZ123 at March 22, 2018
The First World War: Germany and Austria-Hungary 1914-1918 (Repost)

Holger H. Herwig, "The First World War: Germany and Austria-Hungary 1914-1918"
English | 2014 | ISBN: 1472512502 | PDF | pages: 497 | 3.5 mb

History of the Theatre: Pearson New International Edition  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by viserion at May 21, 2018
History of the Theatre: Pearson New International Edition

Franklin J. Hildy Oscar G. Brockett, "History of the Theatre: Pearson New International Edition"
ISBN: 1292025158 | 2013 | PDF | 687 pages | 39 MB

Theatre, Social Media, and Meaning Making  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Jeembo at May 21, 2018
Theatre, Social Media, and Meaning Making

Theatre, Social Media, and Meaning Making by Bree Hadley
English | 2017 | ISBN: 3319548816 | 256 Pages | PDF | 7.0 MB

This book offers the first broad-based survey of the way artists, audiences and society at large are making use of social media, and how the emergence of social media platforms that allow two-way interaction between these groups has been held up as a ‘game changer’ by many in the theatre industry.
Theatre for Peacebuilding: The Role of Arts in Conflict Transformation in South Asia (Repost)

Theatre for Peacebuilding: The Role of Arts in Conflict Transformation in South Asia by Nilanjana Premaratna
English | PDF,EPUB | 2018 | 256 Pages | ISBN : 3319757199 | 3.7 MB

This book contributes to key debates in peacebuilding by exploring the role of theatre and art in general. Premaratna argues that the dialogical and multi-voiced nature of theatre is particularly suited to assisting societies coming to terms with conflict and opening up possibilities for conversation. These are important parts of the peacebuilding process. The book engages the conceptual links between theatre and peacebuilding and then offers an in-depth empirical exploration of how three South Asian theatre groups approach peacebuilding: Jana Karaliya in Sri Lanka, Jana Sanskriti in India, and Sarwanam in Nepal. The ensuing reflections offer insights that are relevant to both students and practitioners concerned with issues of peace and conflict.
John Mellencamp - Plain Spoken: From the Chicago Theatre (2018) [Blu-ray, 1080p]

John Mellencamp - Plain Spoken: From the Chicago Theatre (2018)
Blu-ray: MPEG-4 AVC, 1080p, 23,976 fps, 16:9, High Profile 4.1
LPCM 2.0, 48 kHz, 2304 kbps, 24-bit / DTS-HD MA 5.1, 48 kHz, 24-bit
Folk Rock, Blues Rock | 01:20:20 | ~ 40.71 Gb

“Try to keep it as plain spoken as possible…” those are some of the first words the viewer hears in Plain Spoken: From The Chicago Theatre. A self-narrated musical journey, the film encapsulates the sound and soul of John Mellencamp. Stepping outside the boundaries of a concert film or documentary, Plain Spoken blends highly personal voice-overs from Mellencamp with live footage of him performing with his full band at the historic Chicago Theatre, just 250 miles from his native Indiana…

Another Hungary : The Nineteenth-Century Provinces in Eight Lives  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by readerXXI at May 20, 2018
Another Hungary : The Nineteenth-Century Provinces in Eight Lives

Another Hungary :
The Nineteenth-Century Provinces in Eight Lives

by Robert Nemes
English | 2016 | ISBN: 0804795916 | 307 Pages | PDF | 17 MB
Vehicle and Automotive Engineering 2: Proceedings of the 2nd VAE2018, Miskolc, Hungary (Repost)

Vehicle and Automotive Engineering 2: Proceedings of the 2nd VAE2018, Miskolc, Hungary By Károly Jármai
English | PDF,EPUB | 2018 | 801 Pages | ISBN : 3319756761 | 156.06 MB

This book presents the proceedings of the second Vehicle Engineering and Vehicle Industry conference, reflecting the outcomes of theoretical and practical studies and outlining future development trends in a broad field of automotive research.
John Mellencamp - Plain Spoken - From the Chicago Theatre (2018) [BDRip 720p]

John Mellencamp - Plain Spoken - From the Chicago Theatre (2018)
BDRip 720p | MKV | 1280 x 536 - x264 2PASS @ 4330 kbps | Audio: English DTS 5.1 @ 1.509 kbps
Genre: Folk Rock | Length: 02:40:00 | 6.56 GB

David Willey - Songs from the Hamster Theatre (1995)  Music

Posted by gribovar at May 17, 2018
David Willey - Songs from the Hamster Theatre (1995)

David Willey - Songs from the Hamster Theatre (1995)
EAC Rip | WavPack (image+.cue+log) - 196 MB | MP3 CBR 320 kbps (LAME 3.93) - 96 MB | Covers (8 MB) included
Genre: Avant-Prog | RAR 3% Rec. | Label: Prolific (105218-1)

Dave Willey is an American experimental musician and composer, best known as the co-founder and member of the Boulder, Colorado-based avant-rock group Hamster Theatre. He is also a member of Thinking Plague and 3 Mice. He has released two solo albums and has performed with Hamster Theatre and Thinking Plague in the United States and Europe. When he returned to the United States from Europe, Willey settled near Boulder and began multi-tracking himself on numerous instruments (keyboards, accordion, guitar, bass, marimba, xylophone, percussion), completing the music, with mastering assistance from Stubbs, that he had begun in Europe and releasing his unique amalgam of rock, European folk, avant-garde experimentation, and modern composition as the solo cassette Songs from the Hamster Theatre…

Cultural Identity in British Musical Theatre, 1890–1939: Knowing One’s Place  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by AvaxGenius at May 16, 2018
Cultural Identity in British Musical Theatre, 1890–1939: Knowing One’s Place

Cultural Identity in British Musical Theatre, 1890–1939: Knowing One’s Place By Ben Macpherson
English | PDF,EPUB | 2018 | 252 Pages | ISBN : 1137598069 | 3.43 MB

This book examines the performance of ‘Britishness’ on the musical stage. Covering a tumultuous period in British history, it offers a fresh look at the vitality and centrality of the musical stage, as a global phenomenon in late-Victorian popular culture and beyond. Through a re-examination of over fifty archival play-scripts, the book comprises seven interconnected stories told in two parts. Part One focuses on domestic and personal identities of ‘Britishness’, and how implicit anxieties and contradictions of nationhood, class and gender were staged as part of the popular cultural condition. Broadening in scope, Part Two offers a revisionary reading of Empire and Otherness on the musical stage, and concludes with a consideration of the Great War and the interwar period, as musical theatre performed a nostalgia for a particular kind of ‘Britishness’, reflecting the anxieties of a nation in decline.