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Simming : Participatory Performance and the Making of Meaning.

Author/Creator:
Magelssen, Scott.
Publication:
Ann Arbor : University of Michigan Press, 2014.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (265 pages)
Series:
Theater: Theory/Text/Performance Ser.
Theater: Theory/Text/Performance Ser.
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Subjects:
Cultural property -- Educational aspects.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Summary:
How simulated experiences--from living history to emergency preparedness drills--create meaning in performance.
Contents:
Intro
Contents
Introduction
Part I. Simming the Past
1. "This Is a Drama. You Are Characters": Simming the Fugitive Slave in Conner Prairie's "Follow the North Star
2. Simming the (Virtual) Past
3. Playing Dead, or Living History with Corpses
Part II. Bearing Witness to the Present
4. Learner-Driven Simming
5. Playing the Illegal Migrant: Tourist Simming in Mexico
Part III. Preenactments, or Rehearsing the Future
6. Preempting Trauma
7. Senior Moments
8. Rehearsing the Warrior Ethos
Conclusion
Notes
Bibliography
Index.
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Other format:
Print version: Magelssen, Scott Simming
ISBN:
9780472120307
9780472072149
OCLC:
881707862