Theatre that matters: twentieth-century scottish drama and theatre. A selection of critical essays and interviews (A).pdf

Theatre that matters: twentieth-century scottish drama and theatre. A selection of critical essays and interviews (A)

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12/01/2021 Rachel Fensham [1]. The English edition of Hans-Thiess Lehmann’s (2006) book, The Postdramatic Theatre, argued amongst many things the case for a theatrical avant garde that emerged in the late twentieth century: one which was inter-medial, no longer requiring a fixed relationship between the text and the stage, nor the stage and the spectators in the auditorium. [2]

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