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Principles in Action

Chris Johnston

Chris Johnston is a theatre theatre director and playwright. He is the Director of Fluxx, the improvisation company, and Co-Director of Rideout and Livestock. He is the author of House of Games, The Improvisation Game and For Those Who Like To Say No. He has taught at a range of colleges and institutions including University of Warwick and Staffordshire University, UK. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Disobedient Theatre : Alternative Ways to Inspire, Animate and Play

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2017

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...What might be tactics for the rehearsal room that put into practice a notion of disobedient theatre?This section of the book assumes a theatre-making context where the makers come from a mix of backgrounds: professional, community, student,...

Documenting Digital Performance Artworks

Documenting Performance : The Context and Processes of Digital Curation and Archiving

Bloomsbury Academic, 2017

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...In this chapter we examine the consequences, for the concepts of archiving and documenting performance artworks, brought forth by digital art works that use real time digital data as a constitutive or major part of their construction...

In Orbit of Dead Man Friend

Performing Architectures : Projects, Practices, Pedagogies

Methuen Drama, 2018

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...Autobiography is not so much about revealing the facts of one’s life as it is a construction of one’s self through the telling of experiences. Architectural theorist Jane Rendell, drawing on the insights of Susan Rubin Suleiman, puts...

Digital Liveness: Playing with Time and Space

David Cameron

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David Cameron is deputy director of Academic Technologies in the Centre for Teaching and Learning at the University of Newcastle, Australia. His publications include How Drama Activates Learning: Contemporary Research and Practice (Bloomsbury, 2013) and Drama education with digital technology (Bloomsbury, 2009) both co-edited with M. Anderson. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Michael Anderson

Michael Anderson is Professor of Education at the University of Sydney, Australia. His previous books include: Partnerships in Education Research: Creating Knowledge that Matters (Bloomsbury, 2014), and MasterClass in Drama Education: Transforming Teaching and Learning (Bloomsbury, 2012), and Drama education with digital technology, co-edited with J. Carroll and D. Cameron (Continuum, 2009) Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Rebecca Wotzko

Rebecca Wotzko teaches in the School of Communication and Creative Industries, Charles Sturt University, Australia. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Drama and Digital Arts Cultures

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2017

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...This chapter develops the position that digital media requires an interdisciplinary approach as a contemporary starting point for understanding, sustaining, and transforming arts practices among young people. This is not to diminish...

Introduction: Performing Architectures

Andrew Filmer

Andrew Filmer is Lecturer in Drama, Theatre and Performance at the Department of Theatre, Film and Television Studies, Aberystwyth University, UK. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Juliet Rufford

Juliet Rufford is Lecturer in Drama, Theatre and Performance at the Department of Drama, Queen Mary, University of London, UK. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Performing Architectures : Projects, Practices, Pedagogies

Methuen Drama, 2018

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...Performing Architectures examines the relationship between theatre, performance and architecture in an ‘expanded field’ of spatial and artistic practice. The book’s title evokes our sense of the dynamism and plurality of this field...

The Edinburgh Fringe Survival Guide: How to Make Your Show A Success

Mark Fisher

Mark Fisher is one of Scotland’s foremost commentators on the arts. With over 25 years’ experience, he is the Scottish theatre critic for The Guardian, a former editor of The List and a freelance contributor to Variety, The Scotsman and Scotland on Sunday. He is the author of The Edinburgh Fringe Survival Guide (“A wonderfully practical but also inspirational book full of good advice” - Lyn Gardner, The Guardian) and the co-editor of Made in Scotland, an anthology of plays published by Methuen Drama. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Methuen Drama, 2012

Short Guides and Biography

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...‘Ah! The Fringe! I can’t think of a more delightful way of putting my liver, bank account, relationship, complexion, and mental stability under the greatest strain they’ve ever known!’ Mel Giedroyc It is the world’s largest arts festival...

Understanding ‘New’ Encounters with Shakespeare: Hybrid Media and Emerging Audience Behaviours

Shakespeare and the ‘Live’ Theatre Broadcast Experience

The Arden Shakespeare, 2018

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...In the first book-length investigation of theatre broadcast audiences in cinemas, Martin Barker proposed that broadcasts constitute a whole new ‘mode of participation’ (2013: 70). This chapter explores how such new modes of participation...

British Theatre Companies: 1980–1994

Graham Saunders

Graham Saunders is Reader in Theatre Studies at the University of Reading. He has written extensively on contemporary British theatre, including three volumes on the work of Sarah Kane, is the author of Patrick Marber's Closer (Continuum/Bloomsbury, 2008) and co-editor of Cool Britannia: Political Theatre in the 1990s (Palgrave, 2008). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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British Theatre Companies 1980–1994 : Joint Stock Theatre Company, Gay Sweatshop, Théâtre de Complicité, Forced Entertainment, Women’s Theatre Group, and Talawa

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2015

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...A New Golden Age? In July 1980, the theatre critic Michael Billington, reporting on what some still called the Fringe, gave a pessimistic assessment of its future: the influence of what had once been regarded as the vanguard...

Living Between Architectures: Inhabiting Clifford McLucas’s Built Scenography

Performing Architectures : Projects, Practices, Pedagogies

Methuen Drama, 2018

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...In March 1996, Welsh theatre company Brith Gof staged Prydain: The Impossibility of Britishness in an empty industrial building in Cardiff’s docklands; it was restaged in May that year at the Tramway in Glasgow. The challenging production...
...“Seeing More Clearly with the Eyes of Love” creates a Christian liturgy, based upon Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, that can be presented in churches, but which is also suitable for staging in other civic spaces such as community...