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Between Us

Audiences, Affect and the In-Between

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 232
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Paperback - 9781137584045

6 January 2017

AU$46.95

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14 October 2016

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16 September 2017

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This is a book for audiences. It is a book about audiences. It is a book for anyone who watches, is watched, and all the spaces in between.

Introducing the idea of performance as a shared transformative experience, this...

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This is a book for audiences. It is a book about audiences. It is a book for anyone who watches, is watched, and all the spaces in between.

Introducing the idea of performance as a shared transformative experience, this engaging book will help you make sense of the performer/audience interaction in a landscape where boundaries are collapsing. Drawing on themes of performance, exchange and the body, it offers an accessible entry into the philosophy of spectatorship.

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Covers three of the most popular and important fields within contemporary theatre and performance studies: audience, the body and place/space

Suitable for a wide range of courses on contemporary performance practice and theory

Includes case studies and tasks for students

Cuttingedge author team renowned for their own performance work as well as their scholarship

Opening
Audience
Tasks: Audience
The Qualic Exchange
Tasks: QualiaIntersubjectivity & Affective Exchange
Tasks: Affect
Closing
Coda
Bibliography.

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Joanne 'Bob' Whalley is Senior Lecturer in Theatre and Performance at Falmouth University, UK. Lee Miller is Associate Professor in Theatre and Performance at Plymouth University, UK. They completed the first joint practice-as-research PhD to be undertaken within a UK arts discipline in 2004. Lee is a qualified yoga teacher, and Bob is a licensed acupuncturist. They have published widely in books including Kershaw and Nicholson Eds. Research Methods in Theatre and Performance (2011) and journals including Performance Research and Research in Drama Education.

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Joanne 'Bob' Whalley is Senior Lecturer in Theatre and Performance at Falmouth University, UK. Lee Miller is Associate Professor in Theatre and Performance at Plymouth University, UK. They completed the first joint practice-as-research PhD to be undertaken within a UK arts discipline in 2004. Lee is a qualified yoga teacher, and Bob is a licensed acupuncturist. They have published widely in books including Kershaw and Nicholson Eds. Research Methods in Theatre and Performance (2011) and journals including Performance Research and Research in Drama Education.

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