Interventions

Broderick Chow and Ella Parry-Davies introduce this set of interventions onTransnational Physical Cultures – three terms that are by their nature slippery and contested.

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Interventions 28.3 (October 2018)

Alongside this special issue on “Feminisms Now”, these online Interventions celebrate the formal and conceptual diversity of both feminist performance and scholarship.

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Interventions 28.2

Duška Radosavljević introduces this special issue of CTR Interventions on the controversial European theatre director Oliver Frljić.

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Interventions 28.1 (March 2018)

Anna McMullan introduces the set of Interventions published alongside this special issue on Staging Beckett and Contemporary Theatre and Performance Cultures, co-edited with Graham Saunders.

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Interventions 27.4 (December 2017)

This issue probes questions of ‘the civic’: the space where citizen meets public. A series of provisional reports from Broderick Chow, Jen Harvie, Simon Bayly, Elaleh Hatami & Sepideh Zarrin Ghalam

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Interventions 27.3 (November 2017)

This issue of Interventions accompanies the Encountering the Digital in Performance special issue. The four pieces explore new approaches to performance and audiences in a changing cultural and political landscape.

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Interventions 27.2 (June 2017)

This issue of Interventions attends to collaboration as a method of theatre-making and scholarship, and as a way of studying their conditions of possibility.

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Interventions 27.1

This issue of Interventions extends some of the ideas and practices behind this quarter’s special issue on ‘Theatre, Performance and the Amateur Turn’.

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Interventions 26.4 (December 2016)

Georgina Guy and Johanna Linsley introduce ideas of permissibility and allowance which frame this special collection of Interventions.

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Interventions 26.3 (September 2016)

In his Introduction to this issue of Interventions, Adam Alston reflects, post-Brexit, on the prescience of Simon Stephens as an especially European British writer.

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Interventions 26.2 (May 2016)

This issue of Interventions explores what the digital might offer to performance scholarship, practice, and criticism.

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Interventions 26.1 (February 2016)

This issue of Interventions accompanies a special issue of the journal dedicated to the contemporary Scottish playwright and theatre director David Greig.

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Interventions 25.4 (October 2015)

This issue of Interventions focuses on the relationship between ‘practice’ and ‘research’, offering four different case studies in which these concepts are configured in quite different ways.

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Interventions 25.3 (July 2015)

This issue of Interventions is focused on activism and performance and accompanies the print journal’s special issue ‘Theatre, performance and activism: gestures towards an equitable world’.

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Interventions 25.2 (May 2015)

This issue of Interventions looks ahead to the UK General Election on 7 May 2015 and accompanies a newly published Special Edition of the print journal on ‘Electoral Theatre’.

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Interventions 25.1 (February 2015)

These online Interventions offer a variety of perspectives that complement the journal’s latest special issue on the politics, processes and practices of editing.

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Interventions 24.4 (October 2014)

Amanda Rogers and Ashley Thorpe, co-editors of the special issue debating the casting of the RSC’s The Orphan of Zhao, introduce the online features that accompany the print issue.

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Interventions 24.3 (July 2014)

Alongside our special issue on ‘Dealing with Martin Crimp’, these online Interventions complement and extend the discussion in the print journal.

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Interventions 24.2 (May 2014)

This new website provides a gateway to Contemporary Theatre Review, as well as online Interventions that add to and complement the themes and topics of the journal.

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