How modern audiences can talk about aging art | Margaret Hall

How modern audiences can talk about aging art | Margaret Hall

Some works of art stand the test of time; others don’t age as well. Using American musical theater as her case study, theater historian Margaret Hall shares a framework of five categories to talk about how art does (and doesn’t) remain useful across generations — encouraging us to address the “growing pains” that all art faces as time and culture moves on.

Kasutame küpsiseid, et pakkuda Teile parimat kogemust. Kui jätkate selle veebisaidi kasutamist, nõustute meie küpsiste tingimustega.

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