British Avant-Garde Theatre
Analyses (both contemporaneous and modern) generally presuppose that there was little evidence of a 'historical avant-garde' in Britain, particularly in the theatre. This book purports not only that the long-neglected works of the period are worth re-appraising, but that in their structure, staging, character creation, language and use of 'sister arts', they can be read alongside those innovations overseas. Moving across national, generational and social borders, this original study re-imagines these performances, providing creative ways of thinking for researchers and practitioners alike, Here is a new, versatile and open-ended discursive framework: a 'British Avant-Garde Theatre'.
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