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|Genre/Form:||Criticism, interpretation, etc|
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|Description:||xi, 226 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm|
|Contents:||pt. I. The discursive act. Discourses of resistance : representation and the real in the twentieth-century avant-gardes --
Deconstructing the postdramatic : questions of mimesis, authorship and representation --
pt. II. Apparitions of the real. Quoting quotations : citational theory and contemporary characterisation --
Representing the real : verbatim practice in a sceptical age --
Re-membering the real : experiential challenges to the medium of theatrical representation --
From spect-actor to corporate player : reconfigurations of twenty-first-century audiences.
'Liz Tomlin's book offers a major contribution to the field of theatre and performance studies, arguing that contemporary performance has inherited a legacy from the avant-garde in positioning its