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Vol. 6, No. 1, Spectatorship and Participation, Autumn 2011

Front Matter and Contents


Notes on Contributors




Intermedial Voices: Documentary Theatre and the Refugee Experience in Version 1.0’s CMI (A Certain Maritime Incident) by Rand Hazou (La Trobe University)

Diegetic Theatre as a ‘Place’ for the Theatricalised Spectator by Jane Turner (Manchester Metropolitan University)

‘What’s Wrong with this Play?’: Workshops, Audiences, and Horizons of Expectations by John Patrick Bray (University of Georgia)


Artists’ Documents: Reflections on Participation

Witness: Notes from the Artist by Allison Wyper (University of California, Los Angeles)

Emancipating the Spectator: Participation in Performance by Astrid Breel (University of Bristol)


Book Reviews


Social Works: Performing Art, Supporting Publics by Shannon Jackson
Poppy Spowage (People's Palace Projects)

Voice Onstage and Off, 2nd Ed. by Robert Barton and Rocco Dal Verra 
Konstantinos Thomaidis (Royal Holloway, University of London)

Performance Theatre and the Poetics of Failure: Forced Entertainment, Goat Island, Elevator Repair Service by Sara Jane Bailes
Karen Quigley (University of Chester)

William Forsythe and the Practice of Choreography: It Starts From Any Point edited by Steven Spier
Tamara Tomic-Vajagic (University of Roehampton)

Theatre & Feeling by Erin Hurley
Clara Escoda (University of Barcelona)




From 'Diegetic Theatre as a ‘Place’ for the Theatricalised Spectator' by Jane Turner


From 'Witness: Notes from the Artist' by Allison Wyper 


From 'Emancipating the Spectator: Participation in Performance' by Astrid Breel  


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