performance context

per·for·mance con·text

(pĕr-fōr'măns kon'tekst)
A set of conditions, both internal and external, which mediate, support, and influence someone's performance of human activities; these conditions may include those of a cultural, physical, social, personal, temporal, spiritual, or virtual (i.e., occurring online) nature.
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Her suggestion that these Madchenlieder might be viewed in light of a domestic performance context is persuasive (p.
A deeper discussion of performance context and reception history would enrich how people engaged with and expressed themselves through these ballads.
selves") that we experience the actions of others in a performance context.
This performance context centered in Creole culture, history and language immediately introduces the identity and politics that underscore the remaining three chapters in the book.
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The problem is, of course, that concrete evidence about the Globe and other playhouses is fragmentary and contradictory, but the internal evidence from the texts has not been fully and sagely mined to develop clearer ideas about performance context that might then be fed back into textual interpretation in a virtuous hermeneutic circle.
Petkov's lens has removed Hilferty's footwear from its performance context and revealed it lovingly, simply, on its own terms: as artwork.
I choreograph to stay sane, to let a gnawing instinct have a voice where words often fail, and to feel my way through the complexity of life in an abstracted performance context.
The music video has not only restored Bhangra as dance along with television but also re-embedded it in a performance context that television or Doordarshan had failed to.
But when performance objects are taken out of their performance context and enter the exhibition space or storage rooms of a museum, their meaning shifts dramatically.
In a performance context, what we see is that people racing the Red Bull car race faster and more aggressively, sometimes recklessly, and they either do very, very well or they push themselves too far and crash," said Adam Brasel.
The body of material here is very entertaining, albeit losing a little outside of a live performance context.

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