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Into the Darkest Places: Pursuing Politics in the Plays of Phyllis Nagy (2014)
Journal Article
Morgan McKean, K. S. (2014). Into the Darkest Places: Pursuing Politics in the Plays of Phyllis Nagy. Contemporary Theatre Review, 24(1), 66-81. https://doi.org/10.1080/10486801.2013.858328

In this article, I argue for the political relevance of the work of Phyllis Nagy not only to the 1990s – the decade in which the majority of her work premiered – but to current political, theoretical and theatrical debates. I consider the ways in whi... Read More about Into the Darkest Places: Pursuing Politics in the Plays of Phyllis Nagy.

Theatre, performance and technology: the development and transformation of scenography (2013)
Book
Baugh, C. (2013). Theatre, performance and technology: the development and transformation of scenography. Palgrave Macmillan

Chris Baugh explores how developments and changes in technology have been reflected in scenography throughout history. Taking into account the latest research, his new edition examines moving light technologies, the internet as a platform of performa... Read More about Theatre, performance and technology: the development and transformation of scenography.

Paralympic cultures: disability as paradigm (2013)
Journal Article
Conroy, C. (2013). Paralympic cultures: disability as paradigm. Contemporary Theatre Review, 23(4), 519-531. https://doi.org/10.1080/10486801.2013.839171

This is an article about the Paralympic Games of summer 2012 and the experience of watching them. It rehearses the use of disability as political and cultural identity in relation to theatre and performance studies. Disability identity is not an iden... Read More about Paralympic cultures: disability as paradigm.

History without royalty? Queen and the strata of the popular music canon (2013)
Journal Article
Desler, A. (2013). History without royalty? Queen and the strata of the popular music canon. Popular music, 32(3), 385-405. https://doi.org/10.1017/s0261143013000287

Although canon formation has been discussed in popular music studies for over a decade, the notion of what constitutes ‘the popular music canon' is still vague. However, considering that many scholars resent canon formation due to the negative effect... Read More about History without royalty? Queen and the strata of the popular music canon.

New media art, participation, social engagement and public funding (2013)
Journal Article
Chatzichristodoulou, M. (2013). New media art, participation, social engagement and public funding. Visual culture in Britain, 14(3), 301-318. https://doi.org/10.1080/14714787.2013.827486

This article investigates the current condition of new media art in Britain, examining how cuts to arts funding have affected the art form's infrastructure and capacity for survival and growth. It considers media art in relation to other contemporary... Read More about New media art, participation, social engagement and public funding.

Theatrical performance on the Internet: How far have we come since Hamnet? (2013)
Journal Article
Sant, T. (2013). Theatrical performance on the Internet: How far have we come since Hamnet?. International Journal of Performance Arts and Digital Media, 9(2), 247-259. https://doi.org/10.1386/padm.9.2.247_1

This article aims to contribute reflective insight towards a clearer historical narrative for the beginning of theatrical performance on the Internet. This approach involves reassessing the significance of a specific production that is widely conside... Read More about Theatrical performance on the Internet: How far have we come since Hamnet?.

Everyman čili Kdokoli (2013)
Exhibition / Performance
Drábek, P. (2013). Everyman čili Kdokoli. 23 April 2013 - 23 April 2013. (Unpublished)

Radio play; written for Czech Radio 3 Vltava Persons and Cast: Everyman or Everyone (Jiří Vyorálek), Death (Petr Jeništa), God (Miloslav Maršálek), Man (Miroslav Černý), Friend + Soul (Tereza Richtrová) Dramaturgy: Hana Hložková Sound Master:... Read More about Everyman čili Kdokoli.

Conflict and slapstick in Commedia dell’Arte – The double act of Pantalone and Arlecchino (2013)
Journal Article
Peacock, L. (2013). Conflict and slapstick in Commedia dell’Arte – The double act of Pantalone and Arlecchino. Comedy Studies, 4(1), 59-69. https://doi.org/10.1386/cost.4.1.59_1

This article will explore the centrality of conflict to the slapstick comedy of Commedia dell’Arte. Commedia flourished for over 200 years in Italy and throughout Europe. At its heart was the relationship between Pantalone, the wealthy old man, and A... Read More about Conflict and slapstick in Commedia dell’Arte – The double act of Pantalone and Arlecchino.

Haggis Hunting: fifty years of new playwrighting in Scotland (2013)
Book
McKean, K. S. M., & McCartney, N. (2013). N. McCartney, & K. S. Morgan McKean (Eds.). Haggis Hunting: fifty years of new playwrighting in Scotland. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press

Guest editors Nicola McCartney and K.S Morgan McKean have created a wonderful theatre-based issue of the Review, which tied in beautifully with the Haggis Hunting: 50 Years of New Playwriting in Scotland conference.