Staging masculinities history gender performance bob vorlicky staging masculinities history gender performance by michael mangan new york palgrave macmillan 2003 while staging masculinities is engaging it is less fresh and illuminating than one might hope for the topic of the straight white male and the history of his staged . The last third of staging masculinities detours from its english dominated theatrical history from the middle ages to 1731 when the london mer chant was first produced at drury lane and jumps to 1879 and a dolls house by norways henrik ibsen mangans reading of a dolls house explores the bourgeois gender ideology and the. Theoretically staging masculinities relies on the perhaps by now obvious point that there is an overlap between social performativity of gender and theatrical performance. Staging masculinities is a critical history of the ways in which changing concepts of masculinity have been represented explored and critiqued on mainstream western and particularly english stages. Staging masculinities history gender performance michael mangan staging masculinities engages with the complex and paradoxical history of masculinities by exploring the ways in which changing concepts of what it means to be a man have been represented
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