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London: Pitman, 1975. viii & 135 pp. £. 0 (£. 5 paperback ) DISRUPTING THE SPECTACLE: FIVE YEARS OF EXPERIMENTAL AND FRINGE THEATRE IN BRITAIN, by Peter Ansorge. London: Pitman, 1975. vi & 87 pp. 5 paperback ) THE FIRST THRUST: THE CHICHESTER FESTIVAL THEATRE, by Ronald Hayman.
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Disrupting the Spectacle. Five Years of Experimental & Fringe Theatre in Britain.
Five Years of Experimental and Fringe Theatre in Britain by Peter Ansorge, and: The First Thrust: The Chichester Festival Theatre by Ronald Hayman. Books & Literature.
Britain’s a world by itself announces Clatsen in Cymbeline providing a curious echo of both Richard II and King John. Although thematic continuity can’t haveseemed ahigh priority thisseason, John Barton has apparently conjured up an aura of patriotic makebelieve for all three of the RSC’s current Avonside offerings. It’s a vein most intriguingly tapped, perhaps, in Cymbeline - a play which has met with considerable success at Stratford over the past decade in spite of its rather suspect status as a work of literature
Disrupting the Spectacle: Five Years of Experimental and Fringe Theatre in Britain. Publisher: Pitman Publishing.
From Liverpool to Los Angeles: On Writing for Theatre, Film and Television.
Fringe theatre is theatre that is experimental in style or subject matter. The term comes from the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. In London, the fringe are small-scale theatres, many of them located above pubs, and the equivalent to New York's Off-Off-Broadway theatres and Europe's "free theater" groups.
other work in the theatre. The international resonance of the book makes me hopeful that this will also be the case for Anglophone theoreticians, students and practitioners of theatre. Hans-Thies Lehmann Frankfurt am Main, January 2005. In the Epilogue to this book, Lehmann considers the politics of postdramatic theatre, arguing that it is not the direct political content or thematics which makes this theatre political but the ‘implicit content of its mode of representa-tion’. The turn to performance is thus precisely not a turn to performativity in the sense of Austin’s speech act theory.