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Popular Forms for a Radical Theatre

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POPULAR FORMS FOR A RADICAL THEATRE is a collection of articles and interviews edited by playwrights Caridad Svich and Sarah Ruhl exploring populism, theatre practice, and radicalism. The book includes essays by Todd London, W. David Hancock, Diane Paulus, Aleks Sierz, Will Eno, Jonathan Kalb, Michael Friedman and interviews with Eugenio Barba, Dijana Miloseviv, Nina ...more
Paperback, 206 pages
Published November 30th 2011 by Nopassport
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Nick O'leary
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A small little book packed with some great stuff. Almost every essay/conversation is useful and short enough to leave you wanting more. The Hancock, Ruhl, and Paulus essays are standouts and the Will Eno piece is an absolute treat.
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