An Interview with Hancock and Kelly

Hancock and Kelly, interviewed by Jennie Klein, on their new performance, An Extraordinary Rendition, with accompanying photos and video excerpts.

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Thinking Through and With Learning Disability

In the context of her work with Cyrff Ystwyth, a dance-theatre company, Margaret Ames examines kinaesthesic action as an affective and cultural tool that challenges hegemonic distribution of inclusion.

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Playing Politics: Versatile Operations in Site-Adaptive Performance

Melanie Kloetzel’s post-script ‘Playing Politics’ elaborates on her proposals for site-versatile approaches in performance, which may work to self-reflexively critique conditions of precarity in the neoliberal present.

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Austerity, Gender and Performance: Conversations with Anna Herrmann and Katherine Chandler

Drawing on interviews with Clean Break’s co-artistic director Anna Herrmann and playwright Katherine Chandler, Sarah Bartley reflects on representations of women in poverty on the UK stage.

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