Unperformable plays?: British avant-garde theatre

Warden, Claire (2012) Unperformable plays?: British avant-garde theatre. In: Lincoln Academy lecture series, 25 September 2012, LPAC, Lincoln.

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Abstract

To celebrate the launch of her book 'British Avant-Garde Theatre' (Palgrave 2012), Claire Warden, Lecturer in Drama at the University of Lincoln, will give a talk focusing on a selection of illustrative examples from the early part of the twentieth century. During this lecture Claire will be grappling with such questions as, ‘How can I make nuclear physics interesting for an audience?’, ‘How can I perform when there are no actors?’ and ‘How can I act the part of a Cockney left foot?

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Lecture)
Additional Information:To celebrate the launch of her book 'British Avant-Garde Theatre' (Palgrave 2012), Claire Warden, Lecturer in Drama at the University of Lincoln, will give a talk focusing on a selection of illustrative examples from the early part of the twentieth century. During this lecture Claire will be grappling with such questions as, ‘How can I make nuclear physics interesting for an audience?’, ‘How can I perform when there are no actors?’ and ‘How can I act the part of a Cockney left foot?
Keywords:modernism
Subjects:W Creative Arts and Design > W400 Drama
Divisions:College of Arts > Lincoln School of Performing Arts
ID Code:7077
Deposited By: Claire Warden
Deposited On:10 Dec 2012 22:04
Last Modified:10 Dec 2012 22:04

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