Winter 2020: Public Health, Politics, and Performance
Photography and memory, ritual and writing come together in Vanessa Damilola Macaulay’s inquiry into racialised experiences of breath and breathlessness, from violent anti-blackness to Fanon’s revolution.
‘You live by charity, you die by charity.’ Brian Lobel, performance maker, curator and author of Theatre & Cancer on the economics of illness narratives and the precarisation of disability justice.
In this visual and textual autoethnography Jose Kervin Cesar B. Calabias explores how an Indigenous community navigates the precarities of neo-colonialism and finds sustenance in rituals of home.
14-12-20: Paul Rae profiles political advisor Dominic Cummings via Oscar Wilde, testing the capacity of performance studies to make sense of a present that seems increasingly fictional.
Read the latest issue of this international peer-reviewed journal that engages with the crucial issues and innovations in theatre today. Each issue includes in-depth articles addressing a range of topics and forms, reflections on the creative process collected in the Documents section, book reviews, and Backpages, a forum for immediate responses to current events from scholars and practitioners. The latest issue is available on Taylor & Francis Online >>