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Issues and Interventions in Modern Indian Drama Is a collection of diverse and critically incisive essays on key issues arising from the post-Independence period to the present. In the plays of mainstream dramatists such as Vijay Tendulkar, Mohan Rakesh, Girish Karnad, and Mahesh Dattani, the concept of modernity is questioned. The debate over the relationship between tradition and modernity is seen through the eyes of theatre practitioners who are engaged in a dynamic and flexible dialogue between the past and the present. Several essays focus on postcolonialism, interculturalism, pluralism, and marginalism. The collection, however, goes beyond the widely accepted canon of mainstream Indian drama to highlight the work of dramatists / practitioners / actors who re-examine modernity in their own individualistic style.Various types of drama books:
Where to Find These Fantastic Beasts
The Wizarding World has entered a new era, and J.K. Rowling invites you to explore it. Magizoologist Newt Scamander only plans for his visit to New York to be a quick pit stop. However, trouble for everyone ensues when his magical case is forgotten and some of Newt's fantastical creatures escape. J.K. Rowling, author of the popular and globally bestselling Harry Potter books, makes her screenwriting debut with Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them: The Original Screenplay, which was inspired by Newt Scamander's original Hogwarts textbook. This is epic adventure-packed storytelling at its best, with a cast of fascinating characters and fantastic animals. It is a feat of imagination.
No Ego: How Executives Can Reduce the Cost of Office Drama
Leaders in practically every industry have long accepted the entirely incorrect notions that engagement and change are mutually exclusive. Due to these assumptions, costly initiatives have been made to protect employees from change, include them in important decision-making processes, and maintain their happiness with a never-ending supply of "satisfaction surveys" and employee benefits. According to Cy Wakeman, however, what these engagement programmes actually accomplish is raise expectations and breed discontent, leaving workers ill-prepared to adapt to even little changes that are essential for the survival of the firm. These programmes promote entitlement and drama rather than improving performance and creating efficiencies, costing time and money in the millions.
Take Creative License
In the spring of 2011, Austin Kleon was requested to address students at Broome Community College in upstate New York. He compiled a brief list of the things he frequently wished he had heard when he was their age, including: "Pig out like an artist; Don't wait to create until you are confident in who you are; Use your hands to write the book you wish to read. Side endeavours are crucial; Do wonderful job and display it for everybody to see; Our master is no longer geography; The world is a little town, so be kind; The only way to get things done is to be dull; creativity is subtraction. He shared the text of the lecture and the accompanying slides to his well-known blog after delivering it.
The Honestly Beneficial Drama Book
The Really Useful Theatrical Book gives busy primary school teachers a selection of easy-to-follow drama activities that are based on excellent picture books and will captivate kids and encourage engaging learning throughout the curriculum. The interactive drama sessions are engaging and reflective and are built around a variety of texts, including wordless picturebooks, postmodern picturebooks, short stories, well-known texts by recognisable authors, and some you may not have come across before, all chosen for their capacity to pique readers' curiosity. The step-by-step lessons can be customised to include your own thoughts and interests, enabling you to organise them for the subjects you are studying with your students.
The Curse of the Golden Snitch
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is the eighth book in the Harry Potter series and the first authorised Harry Potter narrative to be performed on stage. It is based on an original new story by J.K. Rowling, John Tiffany, and Jack Thorne and a new play by Jack Thorne. On July 30, 2016, the play will have its global debut in London's West End. Being Harry Potter has never been easy, and it doesn't get any better now that he is a spouse, a parent of three school-aged kids, and an overworked Ministry of Magic employee. Albus, his youngest son, must contend with the weight of a family as Harry struggles with a past that won't stay put.
The original script for Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald
The adventure in the Wizarding World goes on. With the aid of Newt Scamander, the formidable Dark wizard Gellert Grindelwald was apprehended in New York. However, following through on his threat, Grindelwald escapes from custody and begins to amass a following. Most of these followers are unaware of his true intentions, which are to elevate pure-blood wizards to reign over all other non-magical people. Albus Dumbledore recruits Newt, a former Hogwarts student, to help in an effort to counter Grindelwald's schemes. Unaware of the dangers in store, Newt agrees to assist once more. In an increasingly polarised wizarding society, lines are established as love and devotion are put to the test, even among the truest friends and family.
As Soon As You Can
The New York Times bestselling author of the Reese Witherspoon YA Book Club selection You Have a Match, Emma Lord, has written a touching book titled When You Get The Chance. Nothing will stand in Millie Price's way of achieving her goal of becoming a Broadway star. Not her adorably shy father, who has raised Millie alone since she was a baby, or Oliver, the drama club adversary who epitomises Simmering Romantic Tension. Millie needs a supporter. And when Millie ends up on her dad's painfully depressing LiveJournal from 2003 thanks to an accidently left-open browser, she knows exactly what to do: go locate her mother. But how can you add anything new to your life and expect it to work out.
FIRST EDITION CELEBRATION! CASED
Everyone enjoys a special occasion, whether it be Carnival in Rio de Janeiro, Diwali in India, or New Year's in Hong Kong. Even though the events Man Po Sonu and Janaina enjoy take place in separate places, the preparations, enthusiasm, and ambiance are all the same. Barnabas and Anabel Kindersley's outstanding new book, "The Color and Brightness of International Children's Festivals," captures the colour and vibrancy of such events. For a full year, Barnabas and Anabel have visited youngsters all across the world and spoken with them about the holidays and festivals they love.
Luna Enjoys Dancing
Whatever your culture, talent, or style, Luna by award-winning Waterstones Children's Laureate Joseph Coelho, the third book in the Luna Loves series, will teach you the value of family and the joy of dancing. series.When Luna dances, she has the impression that the world is louder, everything is more vibrant, and the sun is shining through every cloud. However, she spins, dives, and ducks during her dance exam. falls. Now, Luna feels she can no longer call herself a dancer.