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Magnet Theatre : three decades of making space

Author: Lewis Richard; Hickman Anton Krueger
Publisher: Pretoria, [South Africa] : University of South Africa Press, 2016. ©2016
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English, Middle [1100-1500]
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For three decades, Cape Town's Magnet Theatre has served as a crucial space for theatre, education, performance and community throughout a turbulent period in South African history. Offering a  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Magnet Theatre : three decades of making space.
Pretoria, [South Africa] : University of South Africa Press, c2016
304 pages
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Lewis Richard; Hickman Anton Krueger
ISBN: 9781783205370 1783205377 9781783205394 1783205393
OCLC Number: 1096233807
Notes: Restrictions on access to electronic version: access available to SOAS staff and students only, using SOAS id and password.
Includes index.
Description: 1 online resource (362 pages) : illustrations
Contents: Chapter 1 - Plotting the Magnetic Field: Origins and TrajectoriesMegan Lewis and Anton KruegerChapter 2 - Making Space for Ideas: The Knowledge Work of Magnet TheatreMark FleishmanChapter 3 - An Activist Company Inventing a Future:A Conversation with Neo MuyangaChapter 4 - 'Being There': The Evolution of Performance Aesthetics from Medea (1994-96) to The Magnet Theatre 'Migration' Plays (2012)Miki FlockemannChapter 5 - The Full Gamut of an Ideal Company:A Conversation with Jay PatherChapter 6 - The Implacable Grandeur of the Stranger: Ruminations on Fear and Familiarity in Die Vreemdeling [The Stranger] (2010)Anton KruegerChapter 7 - Theatre That Can Organize, Mobilize, Conscientize:A Conversation with Mandla MbothweChapter 8 - Performing the Language of the Body in My Mother Tongue: A Conversation with Faniswa YisaChapter 9 - Magnet Theatre and the Moving BodyJennie ReznekChapter 10 - Ideas Dying to be Born:A Conversation with Craig LeoChapter 11 - The Creative Flow of Arresting, Exquisite Fabric:A Conversation with Illka LouwChapter 12 - Embodied Practice that Troubles Fixed Narratives of Identity, History and MemoryYvette HutchisonMagnet's Recipe for Considered, Chapter 13 - Conscious Theatre-Making:A Conversation with Frances MarekChapter 14 - The Performance Labours of Magnet and Jazzart's Cargo (2007)Megan LewisChapter 15 - Making Space for Community: Magnet Theatre 'Intervenes' in KhayelitshaGay MorrisChapter 16 - Vividly Feeling the Extremes of Being in the World:A Conversation with Margie PankhurstChapter 17 - By Telling Stories We Can Learn Something from Life:A Conversation with Thando DoniChapter 19 - Catalysing a Community: Magnet's Clanwilliam Community Intervention ProjectLavona de BruynChapter 19 - Bursting the Bubble of Play: Making Space for Intercultural DialogueElliot LefflerChapter 20 - Keeping Theatre Alive in the Community:A Conversation with Zwelakhe KhuseChapter 21 - Magnet Never Forgets its People:A Conversation with Nolovuyo Sam
Responsibility: edited by Megan by Lewis Richard and Hickman Anton Krueger.

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