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Going Underground

James Reynolds

Dr James Reynolds is a Lecturer in Drama at Kingston University in London. He has also taught at Queen Mary, University of London, and Rose Bruford College. His Ph.D. research at Queen Mary investigated performance practices in Robert Lepage’s devised theatre. Published work explores Howard Barker’s direction of his own plays, Lepage’s work with objects, the cinematic adaptation of graphic novels, applied theatre and the relationship between addiction and performance. Forthcoming publications investigate the National Theatre’s adaptations of children’s literature for the stage, acting the Barker text, and Lepage’s work as a director. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Howard Barker’s Theatre : Wrestling with Catastrophe

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2015

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... with the venue, Colin Chambers, interview with James Reynolds, Kingston, 13 March 2013. benefiting from the company’s ‘new play policy’ – even as artistic director Trevor Nunn edged the RSC towards his personal vision...

Vintage Barker: New Writing in Old Bottles

Howard Barker’s Theatre : Wrestling with Catastrophe

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2015

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...While it is by now axiomatic to say that Howard Barker does not comfortably or conveniently fit into any generic categorization, dramatic movement or school, the reasons behind this are rarely made explicit beyond Barker’s prescription...

A Company and Its Origins

James Reynolds

Dr James Reynolds is a Lecturer in Drama at Kingston University in London. He has also taught at Queen Mary, University of London, and Rose Bruford College. His Ph.D. research at Queen Mary investigated performance practices in Robert Lepage’s devised theatre. Published work explores Howard Barker’s direction of his own plays, Lepage’s work with objects, the cinematic adaptation of graphic novels, applied theatre and the relationship between addiction and performance. Forthcoming publications investigate the National Theatre’s adaptations of children’s literature for the stage, acting the Barker text, and Lepage’s work as a director. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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in Conversation with Kenny Ireland

in Conversation with Kenny Ireland

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Howard Barker’s Theatre : Wrestling with Catastrophe

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2015

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...The company feels that some understanding of the theory and methods behind the work will be of interest to audiences, thus in conjunction with appropriate productions, a short programme of lectures, seminars and discussions...

Introduction to Howard Barker’s Theatre: Wrestling with Catastrophe

James Reynolds

Dr James Reynolds is a Lecturer in Drama at Kingston University in London. He has also taught at Queen Mary, University of London, and Rose Bruford College. His Ph.D. research at Queen Mary investigated performance practices in Robert Lepage’s devised theatre. Published work explores Howard Barker’s direction of his own plays, Lepage’s work with objects, the cinematic adaptation of graphic novels, applied theatre and the relationship between addiction and performance. Forthcoming publications investigate the National Theatre’s adaptations of children’s literature for the stage, acting the Barker text, and Lepage’s work as a director. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Andy W. Smith

Dr Andy W. Smith is the Associate Head of the School of Media at the University of South Wales, UK. His doctoral thesis is a study of Howard Barker and his theatre company The Wrestling School. He has published numerous journal articles and book chapters on the theatre of Howard Barker, post-war British drama, horror cinema and the Gothic in popular culture. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Howard Barker’s Theatre : Wrestling with Catastrophe

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2015

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... That Good Between Us (1977) was the first production at the RSC’s home for new plays, The Warehouse Theatre. Colin Chambers, interview with James Reynolds, Kingston, 13 March 2013. All subsequent references to Chambers refer...

On Discipline

James Reynolds

Dr James Reynolds is a Lecturer in Drama at Kingston University in London. He has also taught at Queen Mary, University of London, and Rose Bruford College. His Ph.D. research at Queen Mary investigated performance practices in Robert Lepage’s devised theatre. Published work explores Howard Barker’s direction of his own plays, Lepage’s work with objects, the cinematic adaptation of graphic novels, applied theatre and the relationship between addiction and performance. Forthcoming publications investigate the National Theatre’s adaptations of children’s literature for the stage, acting the Barker text, and Lepage’s work as a director. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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in Conversation with Howard Barker

in Conversation with Howard Barker

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Howard Barker’s Theatre : Wrestling with Catastrophe

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2015

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...Howard Barker, Arguments for a Theatre: Third Edition. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1997, p. 186.Ibid., p. 88.Ibid., p. 110.Ibid., p. 111.Ibid.Howard Barker and Eduardo Houth, A Style and Its Origins. London: Oberon Books, 2007,...

From the Actor, to the Actor

Howard Barker’s Theatre : Wrestling with Catastrophe

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2015

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... and (although Howard would loathe the word), accessible. James Clyde I first came across Howard Barker’s work at drama school in the mid-1980s. Our acting teacher, Susan Todd, asked us to choose a play that we considered a radical piece of theatre:...

Pedagogy and Resources: The Devil is in the Details

The White Devil : A Critical Reader

Bloomsbury Arden Shakespeare, 2016

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... see James Hirsh ‘ Hamlet and Empiricism’, Shakespeare Survey 66 (2013):...

Acting Barker

Howard Barker’s Theatre : Wrestling with Catastrophe

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2015

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Barker from a Viewpoint: Staging Ursula: Fear of the Estuary

Howard Barker’s Theatre : Wrestling with Catastrophe

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2015

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... linked to its physical manifestation when spoken. Reynolds’s observation that while ‘Barker directs the ensemble [. . .] language functions as a second director for the actor’ James Reynolds, ‘Barker Directing Barker’, in David...

Staging Barker at Scotland’s Conservatoire

Howard Barker’s Theatre : Wrestling with Catastrophe

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2015

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...The following interview was conducted at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in Glasgow on 17 May 2013, ahead of the opening of the RCS’s productions of two Barker plays, Victory (directed by Hugh Hodgart, the Conservatoire’s Dean of Drama)...