Scenes from the Revolution: Making Political Theatre 1968-2019

Editat de Kim Wiltshire, Billy Cowan
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An exploration of radical political theatre in Britain from 1968 to present day.
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ISBN-13: 9780745338514
ISBN-10: 0745338518
Pagini: 224
Dimensiuni: 133 x 216 x 20 mm
Greutate: 0.30 kg
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Kim Wiltshire is program leader for creative writing at Edge Hill University and a writer of both plays and fiction. Billy Cowan is senior lecturer for creative writing at Edge Hill University, as well as a playwright and the recipient of numerous awards, including the Writing Out award for Best New Gay play and the Warehouse Theatre’s International Playwriting Award.


“Though the book focuses on British political theater, the contributors’ frequent connections to global events and examinations of the overarching relevancy and possibilities of political theater make the book useful for contemporary theater makers, artists, and activists worldwide. Those interested in underground theater will particularly appreciate the excerpts of unpublished and out-of-print plays. . . . Recommended.”

"This is an indispensable archive of resistant performance practice, combining memoir, dramatic and critical writing. Wiltshire, Cowan, and their collaborators confront Project Austerity’s culture of contempt and despair by recovering and asserting British theatre’s history of critical refusal."

"Believe that 1960s theatre making is dead duck passé? Reader, best start re-thinking. Kim Wiltshire and Billy Cowan forge an original and powerfully mind-bending take across 50 years of radicalised performing. Essential territory for driving future performance toward politicised hope."