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Camouflage

At the end of The Green Stockings, the ‘herbivorous man’ — or his insect counterpart — steps into the back wall of the stage, a verdant green horizon originally drawn by Abe’s wife, Machi. He disappears into the green, camouflaged. … Continue reading

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Dialectics of the (in)edible

Bernard Beckerman once called theatre a “glutton”: “It will swallow any kind of material and experience that can be turned performance” (1970: 11). Theatre can be anything, can be anywhere. Beckerman was referring to the developments in theatre in the … Continue reading

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