Repetition in Performance: Returns and Invisible Forces by Eirini Kartsaki

By Eirini Kartsaki

This publication explores repetition in modern functionality and spectatorship. It bargains an impassioned account of the ways that speech, move and constructions repeat in performances through Pina Bausch, Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker, Lone dual Theatre, Haranczak/Navarre and Marco Berrettini. It addresses repetition in terms of approaches of wish and attracts cognizance to the forces that repetition captures and makes noticeable. what's it in performances of repetition that persuades us to come back to them time and again? How could we unpack their complexities and are available to phrases with their calls for upon us? whereas contemplating repetition relating to the tough pleasures we derive from the theatre, this publication explores methods of accounting for such studies of theatre in reminiscence and writing.

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Repetition in Performance: Returns and Invisible Forces

This ebook explores repetition in modern functionality and spectatorship. It deals an impassioned account of the ways that speech, stream and constructions repeat in performances via Pina Bausch, Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker, Lone dual Theatre, Haranczak/Navarre and Marco Berrettini. It addresses repetition on the subject of methods of hope and attracts cognizance to the forces that repetition captures and makes noticeable.

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