Abstract

Abstract:

This essay examines how strategies of post-dramatic theatre, which include interactivity, co-determined meaning, and an often deliberately porous relationship between reality and representation, are being employed by performance artists and activists to exert pressure on habits of passive spectatorship and immobilized ethical responsiveness that have been induced by spectacular representations of war in mainstream media, entertainment, and theatrical performance.

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Additional Information

ISSN
1086-332X
Print ISSN
0192-2882
Pages
pp. 489-510
Launched on MUSE
2022-01-24
Open Access
No
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