An ancient play which may not have been performed for 134 years is being revived for an evening of folk songs and mummers - folk drama
- in November.
As a civilized gentleman, you shouldn't be caught wearing a bolo tie, except you are acting a folk drama
This is a folk drama
of the nativity based on the rhythms and traditions of Hispanic America and will be followed by refreshments.
Among their topics are American presidential candidates at the Court of Charles V: how political theory trumped political theology in 14th-century Paris; cross-cultural inventions in drama on the basis of the novel in prose, or world literature before world literature: the case of Fortunatus; Luigi Groto's Adriana: a laboratory experiment on literary genre; play institutions: social and textual practices in early Spanish academies; and the role of music in folk drama
: an investigation based on Tyrolean sources.
The Hahoe Village is famous for the traditional mask dance, a form of folk drama
. It features the wearing of characteristic masks, singing and dancing in styles that have been practiced for many centuries.
Oganova's monograph and researches upon the history of folk drama
made by I.
His first collection of stories was "Arkhas Layali" (The Cheapest Nights), which was followed by "A Lays Kazalek" (Isn't That So) and the three-essay-format series called "Towards a New Arabic Theater" that features aspects of traditional folk drama
and shadow theater, according to an article by Britannica Encyclopedia.
Eddie Cass, who died in September 2014, was a member of the Editorial Board of Folk Music Journal whose expertise in the field of folk drama
and custom will be sorely missed.
The tale of Scrooge - his haunting by three ghosts of Christmas and his redemptive transformation - has become a kind of English folk drama
and as such can be reinterpreted in many ways, including the 21st century setting it is given in this new dramatisation by Alex Watkins for the Huddersfield Thespians.
Brown draws on recent work by Michael Newton on Gaelic folk drama
and by Bill Findlay and David Bradby on the Latin plays and translations of George Buchanan (1506-1582) to adumbrate the diversity of what may be considered 'Scottish theatre'.
Michael Newton in his splendid chapter on Gaelic-language folk drama
in The Edinburgh Companion to Scottish Drama has reminded us, however, that such a view would in the first instance have to discount the lively and long history of folk drama
in Gaelic (Newton 2011).