In this Issue
TDR provides scholarship on performances and their social, economic and political contexts. With an emphasis on the experimental, avant-garde, intercultural and interdisciplinary, it covers dance theatre, performance art, popular entertainment, media, sports, rituals and performance in politics and everyday life.
published byThe MIT Press
viewing issueVolume 51, Number 4 (T 196), Winter 2007
Table of Contents
- A Lasting Provocation
- pp. 2-3
- The Spatiotemporal Dialectic of Estrangement
- pp. 121-132
- Notes on the German Theatre Crisis
- pp. 133-155
Reappropriating the iconography of “America” as portrayed in Melville’s Moby-Dick, the New York–based Radiohole offers in Fluke what Steve Luber dubs a hyperreal performance. The hyperreal is also what happened to Sara Brady when she rode through Dublin with the international trio Rimini Protokoll as they reimagined the journey as a trek from Bulgaria to Ireland. The last Critical Act takes place in Tangier where Khalid Amine found Zoubeir Ben Bouchta’s Lalla J’mila a negotiation of the terrains of law, gender, and “place-specific” theatre.
- TDR Volume 51 Index
- pp. 185-191
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