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A polemical examination of the concept of theater as a "space," and a politically motivated exploration of theater's relationship to reality. Chris Goode's timely and provocative book explores questions of space and bodies in theater, examines how meaning is created between performers and audiences, and interrogates the wider relationship between theater and the "outside world."

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A polemical examination of the concept of theatre as a "space," and a politically-motivated exploration of theatre's relationship to reality.

Synopsis:

A polemical examination of the concept of theater as a "space," and a politically motivated exploration of theater's relationship to reality. Chris Goode's provocative book interrogates the wider relationship between theater and the "outside world," culminating in a bold attempt to answer the question of whether—and how—theater can change the world.

Synopsis:

Chris Goode's timely and provocative exploration of theatre explores questions of space and bodies in theatre, examines how meaning is created between performers and audiences, and interrogates the wider relationship between theatre and the "outside world," culminating in a bold attempt to answer the age-old question of whether - and how - theatre can change the world.

About the Author

Chris Goode is a writer working in theatre and live performance. He has amassed a significant body of unpredictable work in diverse formats, from large-scale theatre-based projects, one of a series of performances made specifically for audiences own homes; and script-based pieces. Chris also works as a poet and poetry critic, and as a musician and sound artist. He is increasingly noted for his reading/performances of experimental work by earlier poets and artists, including Kurt Schwitters, Christopher Knowles, Samuel Beckett and Michael Basinski. He is an Associate Researcher at Rose Bruford College and a member of the Advisory Panel to the Archive of the Now.

Product Details

ISBN:
9781849434751
Author:
Goode, Chris
Publisher:
Oberon Books
Subject:
Theater - History & Criticism
Subject:
Drama -- History and criticism.
Edition Description:
Trade Paper
Publication Date:
20151013
Binding:
Paperback
Language:
English
Pages:
312
Dimensions:
9.75 x 7.25 in

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A polemical examination of the concept of theatre as a "space," and a politically-motivated exploration of theatre's relationship to reality.
"Synopsis" by ,

A polemical examination of the concept of theater as a "space," and a politically motivated exploration of theater's relationship to reality. Chris Goode's provocative book interrogates the wider relationship between theater and the "outside world," culminating in a bold attempt to answer the question of whether—and how—theater can change the world.

"Synopsis" by ,
Chris Goode's timely and provocative exploration of theatre explores questions of space and bodies in theatre, examines how meaning is created between performers and audiences, and interrogates the wider relationship between theatre and the "outside world," culminating in a bold attempt to answer the age-old question of whether - and how - theatre can change the world.
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