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Towards an embodied poetics of failure

Artist/Author: Christel Stalpaert | Editor: Ric Allsopp and Kristen Kreider | Reference: A0723 | Type: Article

Exploration of violence and trauma in needcompany's Marketplace 76.

After Live: Possibility, Potentiality, and the Future of Performance

Artist/Author: Daniel Sack | Reference: P3081 | ISBN: 978-0472052868 | Type: Publication

The book conceives of traditional dramatic theater as a place for taming the future and then conceptualizes how performance beyond this paradigm might stage the unruly nature of futurity.

Theatre and Time

Artist/Author: David Wiles | Reference: P3004 | ISBN: 978-1137343864 | Type: Publication

Explores how different concepts of time – including linear clock time, the cyclical time of the planets and seasons, the rhythms of the body and individual memories – have impacted on and been reinforced by theatre throughout history, from medieval times to the present day.

Performativity and Performance

Editor: Andrew Parker and Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick | Reference: P2901 | ISBN: 978-0415910552 | Type: Publication

From the age of Aristotle to the age of AIDS, writers, thinkers, performers and activists have wresteled with what “performance” is all about. At the same moment, “performativity”–a new concept in language theory–has become a ubiquitous term in literary studies. This volume grapples with the nature of these two key terms whose traces can be found everywhere: in the theatre, in the streets, in philosophy, in questions of race and gender, and in the sentences we speak.