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Intermedial Theatre

Principles and Practice

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This rigorous yet accessible collection demystifies the principles of intermediality whilst examining its place in 21st century theatrical practice. Bringing together chapters and case studies from top thinkers in the field,...

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This rigorous yet accessible collection demystifies the principles of intermediality whilst examining its place in 21st century theatrical practice. Bringing together chapters and case studies from top thinkers in the field, this book clarifies the key theoretical ideas and practical impacts of intermediality while encouraging students to experiment with it in their own practical work.

Offering an engaging insight into one of the most dominant trends in contemporary theatre, this is essential reading for students of Theatre, Performance and Media Studies.


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  • Accessible and student-oriented 
  • Brings together a range of international contributions, with chapters written by top thinkers and case studies from practitioners working in the field 
  • Offers engaging practical ideas for students to apply in their own work 
  • Addresses the key areas of intermedial practice while also providing insight into less widely-researched areas

Introduction; Mark Crossley
1. Theatre (and you) as medium and intermedium; Mark Crossley with contributions from Lars Elleström
2. Twenty-First Century Intermediality; Andy Lavender
3. The Performer in Intermedial Theatre; Joanne Scott and Bruce Barton
4. Time in Intermedial Theatre; Joanne Scott
5. Technology and Intermedial Theatre; Rosemary Klich
6. The Audience in Intermedial Theatre; Gareth White
7. Practitioner Case Studies. 

Written in a highly engaging and accessible manner, Crossley and his excellent contributors provide robust and multidimensional analytical frameworks alongside vivid descriptions of recent performance work. This work will be of use immediately in today’s classrooms, rehearsal rooms, and libraries, and will be a guide for future experimentations in this performance genre for years to come. – Elise Morrison, Yale University, USA
There are seismic changes going on in the way we both create and engage with theatre. This excellent collection of writings recognises and discusses these changes in an accessible and engaging manner. – Elizabeth Swift, University of Gloucestershire, UK
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Mark Crossley is a Senior Lecturer in Drama and Performing Arts at De Montfort University Leicester, UK. His work on intermediality has been published in a range of journals and he is co-editor for the RiDE (Research in Drama Education) special edition 21.3 entitled 'Responding to Intermediality'.

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Mark Crossley is a Senior Lecturer in Drama and Performing Arts at De Montfort University Leicester, UK. His work on intermediality has been published in a range of journals and he is co-editor for the RiDE (Research in Drama Education) special edition 21.3 entitled 'Responding to Intermediality'.

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