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Me Talking to Myself in the Future: An Interview with Marie Brassard

From: Canadian Theatre Review
Volume 145, Winter 2011
pp. 26-30 | 10.1353/ctr.2011.0020



In this interview, Brassard reflects on memory as both a dramaturgical device and a re-occurring theme in her work. She suggests that imaginative approaches to memory inform her conceptions of identity, fiction, reality, and time, and that these ideas in turn become particular dramatugical conventions, as well as artistic propositions, within her theatre.

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