21 February, 2023
Senior Editor's Note
Editorial: Presence and Precarity in (Post-)Pandemic Theatre and Performance
MONIKA PIETRZAK-FRANGER, HEIDI LUCJA LIEDKE, TAMARA RADAK
Digital Performance and Its Discontents (or, Problems of Presence in Pandemic Performance)
Post-performance: Pandemic Breach Experiments, Big Theatre Data, and the Ends of Theory
‘Dying … to Connect’: Postdigital Co-presence in Dead Centre's To Be a Machine (Version 1.0) (2020)
Precarious Bodies: Locating Spectatorship in the National Theatre of Scotland's Scenes for Survival Series
Brave New Worlds? COVID-19 and Irish-Language Theatre Produced under Lockdown in Northern Ireland
‘Close but Far, Human but Square, Normal but Exhausting’: Pandemic Theatre in Poland
ANNA R. BURZYŃSKA
Hijacking the Familiar: The Work of Big Telly Theatre Company
Theatre and Its Enchantments
Utopia in Performance: Finding Hope at the Theatre. By Jill Dolan. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2005. Pp. 233. $27.95 Pb.
Real Theatre: Essays in Experience. By Paul Rae. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2019. Pp. xiv + 236. £78.99/$105 Hb; £26.99/$34.99 Pb.
Michelle Liu Carriger
Earth Matters on Stage: Ecology and Environment in American Theater. By Theresa J. May. London and New York: Routledge, 2021. Pp. xvi + 294. £120/$160 Hb; £34.99/$44.95 Pb.
Pranab Kumar Mandal
Patrick White's Theatre: Australian Modernism on Stage, 1960–2018. By Denise Varney. Sydney: University of Sydney Press, 2021. Pp. x + 202. £27.54/$45 Pb.
Institutional Theatrics: Performing Arts Policy in Post-Wall Berlin. By Brandon Woolf. Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press, 2021. Pp. 280 + 23 illus. £89.95/$90.96 Hb; £35/$35 Pb.
John Yves Pinder
International Theatre Festivals and 21st-Century Interculturalism. By Ric Knowles. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2022. Pp. xvi + 313. £70.26/$78.79 Hb.