Kirsty Sedgman presents a commentary on Tomlin’s Political Dramaturgies and Theatre Spectatorship, engaging with debates and misunderstandings between empirical and theoretical spectatorship research.
Broderick D.V. Chow, Ella Parry-Davies and Aneta Mancewicz introduce CTR’s new Interventions Postscripts initiative.
In this filmed conversation, David Overend thinks aloud with playwright Keiran Hurley about scales of connectivity linking theatre audiences to an aspirational political collective.
Ian Farnell looks at the idea of “genre snobbery” in relation to contemporary theatre engaging with science fiction. Because in space, nobody can hear you say you didn’t “get” it.
Amy Bryzgel examines examples of participatory art in communist Eastern Europe, showing how artists in different countries deployed a range of inventive methods to subvert their surveillance states.
Anticipating the opening of Hartshorn – Hook and Alexander Wright’s immersive adaptation of The Wolf of Wall Street, Adam Alston explores ideas of safety, risk, and speculation in the immersive experience industry.