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Theatre & Environment

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Red Globe Press

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Theatre And

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This exciting new title in the Theatre And series explores how theatre and the environment have informed and continue to inform each other, considering both what theatre can do for the environment and what the environment...

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This exciting new title in the Theatre And series explores how theatre and the environment have informed and continue to inform each other, considering both what theatre can do for the environment and what the environment can do for theatre. Drawing on a diverse range of case studies from writers and theatre-makers, Vicky Angelaki encourages a sense of responsibility towards the environment and examines how it is being handled by artists and performers in our time.

Timely and topical, this concise introduction is ideal for undergraduate and postgraduate students of Theatre and Performance Studies with an interest in the environment, contemporary theatre-making or site-specific performance.


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  • A topical focus in light of the increasing number of theatre and arts initiatives engaging with climate change and sustainability
  • The only text to explicitly focus on theatre and environment in an interdisciplinary way
  • Part of the hugely successful Theatre & series, edited by Jen Harvie and Dan Rebellato

The Environment, Now
The Anthropocene and the Eco-lexicon
Towards an Eco-theatre and Eco-performance
Playwriting
Directors and Companies
Public Art, Communities and Citizen Initiatives
Futures (In Lieu of a Conclusion).

A vibrant and timely book, bursting with diverse performance practices engaged with pressing environmental concerns. Angelaki offers capacious provocations that will encourage those who make theatre to confront the urgency of non-human/human interconnection for years to come. – Evelyn O'Malley, University of Exeter, UK
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Dr Vicky Angelaki is Associate Professor of Theatre at the University of Reading, UK. She has published extensively on contemporary theatre, society and politics and her research concentrates on internationalism and cultural sociology through the lens of performance. 

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Dr Vicky Angelaki is Associate Professor of Theatre at the University of Reading, UK. She has published extensively on contemporary theatre, society and politics and her research concentrates on internationalism and cultural sociology through the lens of performance. 

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