Out from Under: Texts by Women Performance Artists
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Out from Under: Texts by Women Performance Artists

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Using elements of autobiography to address such issues as religion, sex, race, family and the struggle of women to move beyond their traditional roles in society, these women integrate aspects of ritual, monologue, music, visual arts and theatre in their performances as they help to forge a new literary and theatrical tradition.
Paperback, 224 pages
Published January 1st 1993 by Theatre Communications Group (first published October 1990)
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Interesting collection of work. Some I found inspiring and some I found tiresome. I really enjoyed Holly Hughes, Karen Finley, and Lenora Champagne's work.
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"Speech is the body part of thinking, the voice of the mind. Writing is the blood and mind mixing to speak through the fingers, through the hands."
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