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Research methods in theatre and performance /

This study investigates a range or current research domains, methodologies and methods in theatre and performance studies. Case studies provide evidence of the usefulness of certain methods for particular projects.

Main Author: Kershaw, Baz.
Other Authors: Nicholson, Helen.
Format: Book
Language: English
Published: Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, 2011
Series: Research methods for the arts and humanities.
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Table of Contents:
  • The imperative of the archive : creative archive research / Maggie B. Gale and Ann Featherstone
  • Researching digital performance : virtual practices / Steve Dixon
  • Practice as research : transdisciplinary innovation in atcton / Baz Kershaw ... [et al.]
  • Researching theatre history and historiography / Jim Davis ... [et al.]
  • Researching scenography / Joslin McKinney and Helen Iball
  • Performer training : researching practice in the theatre laboratory / Jonathan Pitches ... [et al.]
  • The question of documentation : creative strategies in performance research / Adam J. Ledger with Simon K. Ellis and Fiona Wright
  • The usefulness of mess : artistry, improvisation and decomposition in the practice of research in applied theatre / Jenny Hughes with Jenny Kidd and Catherine McNamara
  • Researching the body in/as performance / Jennifer Parker-Starbuck and Roberta Mock.