By Kathleen Gallagher,Barry Freeman
Why theatre now? Reflecting at the mixture of demanding situations and possibilities that face theatre in groups which are unavoidably turning into international in scope and technologically pushed, In Defence of Theatre deals a number of passionate reflections in this very important question.
Kathleen Gallagher and Barry Freeman collect nineteen playwrights, actors, administrators, students, and educators who talk about the position that theatre can – and needs to – play in expert, neighborhood, and academic venues. Stepping again from their day-by-day paintings, they give scholarly learn, artists’ reflections, interviews, and artistic texts that argue for theatre as a reaction to the political and cultural demanding situations rising within the twenty-first century. individuals handle theatre’s contribution to neighborhood and worldwide politics of position, its strength as an antidote to varied sleek social diseases, and its pursuit of equality. Of equivalent difficulty are the systematic and functional demanding situations that confront these fascinated by understanding theatre’s complete potential.
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