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Animal Acts: Performing Species Today

Editor: Una Chaudhuri, Holly Hughes | Reference: P3463 | ISBN: 978-0472051991 | Type: Publication

Collects some of the most exciting, provocative, and moving solo performances on animals, grounded by commentaries that help put these engaging works in a larger context.

Performing Animality: Animals in Performance Practice

Editor: Jennifer Parker-Starbuck and Dr Lourdes Orozco | Reference: P2923 | ISBN: 978-1137373120 | Type: Publication

Theoretical and creative interventions into the presence of the animal and ideas of animality in performance.

Out From Under: Texts by Women Performance Artists

Editor: Lenora Champagne | Reference: P2400 | ISBN: 0559360097 | Type: Publication

A collection of texts by several seminal women performance artists. Holly Hughes – 'World Without End'; Beatrice Roth – 'The Father'; Laurie Anderson – from 'United States'; Karen Finley – 'The Constant State of Desire'; Rachel Rosenthal – 'My Brazil'; Laurie Carlos, Jessica Hagedorn, Robbie McCauley – 'Teenytown'; Leeny Sack – 'The Survivor and the Translator'; Lenora Champagne – 'Getting Over Tom'; Fiona Templeton – 'Strange to Relate'. 

Split Britches DVD Library: Vol. 5. Dress Suits to Hire

Artist/Author: Split Britches | Reference: D1775 | Type: DVD

Choreography by Stormy Brandenburger, Costumes by Susan Young, sets and lighting by Joni Wong. Originally produced for the Velseka Festival, PS122, 1987

Outlaw Representation: Censorship and Homosexuality in Twentieth-Century American Art

Artist/Author: Richard Meyer | Reference: P1594 | Type: Publication

Charts the history of this American culture war through detailed analysis of the work of artists who fought on the front lines, often finding themselves personally vilified.

Extreme Exposure: An Anthology of Solo Performance Texts from the Twentieth Century

Editor: Jo Bonney | Reference: P0285 | ISBN: 1-55936-155-7 | Type: Publication

Features the work of 42 solo artists spanning the century-from Beatrice Herford in 1869 to Dawn Akemi Saito in 1994. Each artists’ work is introduced by a journalist, artist, critic, agent, producer or educator who is intimately familiar with the material and its links to other forms such as vaudeville, theatre, cabaret, music, standup comedy, poetry, the visual arts and dance.