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Moscow, St Petersburg, London: Hubert Griffith and the search for a Russian truth
(Comparative Drama, 2015)
In lieu of an abstract: Hubert Griffith’s play Red Sunday premiered at the Arts Theatre, London in June 1929 under the direction of Russian émigré Theodor Komisarjevsky. Subsequently, Griffith submitted the play to the ...
Modernism and European drama/theatre
This chapter explores the rich history of early twentieth-century performance in Europe, situating it within global re-conceptions of modernism.
Modernist and Avant-Garde Performance: an introduction
(Edinburgh University Press, 2015)
This textbook introduces the reader to modernist avant-garde theatre. It clearly explains the key terms as well as the major movements, including Expressionism, Dadaism, Futurism, Workers’ theatres, Constructivism and the ...
In Search of an Intermedial Drama Pedagogy
(Drama Research, 2015-04)
This essay focuses on the response of drama pedagogy to the contemporary developments in intermediality and the hybridity of media in performance contexts. Drama is becoming increasingly difficult to define as a medium as ...