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Theatre and Ethics

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What is ethics and what has it got to do with theatre? Drawing on both theoretical material and practical examples, Ridout makes a clear and compelling critical intervention, raising fundamental questions about what theatre...

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What is ethics and what has it got to do with theatre? Drawing on both theoretical material and practical examples, Ridout makes a clear and compelling critical intervention, raising fundamental questions about what theatre is for and how audiences interact with it.

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Raises fundamental questions about what theatre is for and how audiences interact with it

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NICHOLAS RIDOUT is Head of the Department of Drama in at Queen Mary University of London, UK. He is the author of Stage Fright, Animals and Other Theatrical Problems (2006) and the co-editor with Joe Kelleher of Contemporary Theatres in Europe: A Critical Companion (2006).

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NICHOLAS RIDOUT is Head of the Department of Drama in at Queen Mary University of London, UK. He is the author of Stage Fright, Animals and Other Theatrical Problems (2006) and the co-editor with Joe Kelleher of Contemporary Theatres in Europe: A Critical Companion (2006).

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