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Cirque Global : Quebec's expanding circus boundaries

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Auteurs : Leroux, Louis Patrick (Direction) ; Batson, Charles R. (Direction)

Lieu de publication : Montréal

Éditeur : McGill-Queen's University Press

Date de publication : 2016

ISBN : 9780773546738

Langue : Anglais

Description : 363 p. : ill. n & b ; 24 cm.

Notes : BIbliogr. : 327-346. Glossaire. Index.

Sujets :
Arts du cirque - Québec (Province)
Arts du cirque - Philosophie et théorie
Cirque du Soleil [compagnie de cirque]
Les 7 doigts de la main [compagnie de cirque]
Montreal Working Group on Cirque/Circus [organisme de cirque]
Histoire des arts du cirque - Québec (Province)
Spectacles de cirque - Critiques et interprétations
Lepage, Robert [metteur en scène]
Arts du cirque - Organisation et gestion

Dépouillement du document :
PROLOGUE
Reading Quebec’s expanding circus boundaries / Charles R. Bartson

INTRODUCTION
Reinventinf tradition, building a field : Quebec circus and its scholarship / Louis Patrick Leroux

QUEBEC ON PLANET CIRCUS
The québécois circus in the concert of nations : exhange and transversality / Pascal Jacob
A tale of origins : deconstructiong North American «cirque» : where québécois and americain circus cultures meet / Louis Patrick Leroux
Are Quebec circuses of foreign origin? / Julie Boudreault

CIRQUE BRANDS
Performance services : the promises of Cirque du Soleil / Erin Hurley
The last man in Quebec : between circus and religion / Sylvain Lavoie
Circus and gentrification / Susan Bennett

DRAMATURGY AND AESTHETICS
Les 7 doigts de la main and their cirque : origins, resistances, intimacies / Charles R. Batson
The multiple bodies of Cirque du Soleil / Erin Hurley
«Somewhre between science and legend» : image of indigeneity in Robert Lepage and Cirque du Soleil’s Totem / Karen Fricker

CIRCUS PROBLEMATIZED
Creativity’s tug-of-war between artists and managers : a mediator’s prespective on the case of Cirque du Soleil’s «Complexe Cirque» / Isabelle Mahy
A Las Vegas of the north? The architectural brutalism of Cirque du Soleil / Simon Harel
The chinese connections : the transnational origins of québécois circus arts / Tracy Y. Zhang


AFFECTING CHANGE
Creativity and place in the evolution of a cultural industry : the Case of Cirque du Soleil / Deborah Leslie and Norma M. Rantisi
Introducing decision training into elite circus arts training program / Sylvain Lafortune, Jon Burtt, and Patrice Aubertin
Singular bodies, collective dreams : socially engaged circus arts and the «Quebec Spring» / Jennifer Beth Spiegel

EPILOGUE
Circus reinvested / Louis Patrick Leroux
Glossary of circus terms / Anna-Karyna Barlati

Résumé :
Essays examine the innovative and influential circus scene as a creative, entrepreneurial, and cultural force that spans the globe.

With a billion-dollar industry centred in Montreal, the province of Quebec has established itself as a major hub for contemporary circus. Cirque du Soleil has a global presence, and troupes such as Cirque Éloize and 7 doigts de la main are state-of-the-art innovators. The National Circus School of Montreal - the only state-funded elite training facility in North America - is an influential leader in artistry and technique. Montreal-based Cirque du Soleil’s Cirque du Monde supports arts for social change on many continents and is renowned for its social-circus training and research.

Cirque Global is the first book-length study of this new variety of circus and its international impact. The contributors offer critical perspectives on this rapidly developing art form and its aesthetics, ethics, business practices, pedagogical implications, and discursive significations. Essays explore creative, entrepreneurial, and cultural forces that are shaping Quebec’s dynamic nouveau cirque. Lavishly illustrated with photographs from circus performances, the volume showcases Quebec circus’s hybrid forms, which have merged the ethos and aesthetics of European circuses with American commercial and industrial creativity.

Cirque Global is the definitive study of the phenomenon of Quebec circus and is an important model for future research on contemporary circus. [editor summary]

Collection : Bibliothèque de l'École nationale de cirque

Localisation : Bibliothèque

Cote : 791.309 714 L618c 2016

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