The cry of criticism in crisis from about ten years ago has recently gained a new momentum...
Clare Summerskill, who is in her final year of study for a PhD in the Department, has recently had an article published in RiDE: The Journal of Applied Theatre and Performance.
Matthew Cohen, Professor of International Theatre, is currently touring Java with gamelan musicians and has been granted a royal name by Sultan Sepuh XIV of Keraton Kasepuhan.
This summer Professor Helen Nicholson is spending her time researching a ground-breaking new participatory project at the National Theatre.
Dr Chris Megson, Reader in Drama and Theatre in the Department, has won the College’s inaugural prize for Doctoral Supervision.
Professor Matthew Cohen is in Asia for the summer. He is presenting papers at the Performance Studies international conference in Daegu and the Asia Culture Center in Gwangju, South Korea.
Bryce Lease and Duška Radosavljević (Royal Central School of Speech and Drama) edited a special issue of CTR's 'Interventions' on the controversial European theatre director Oliver Frljić.
Suffrage drama was a rich theatrical genre alive with political potential during the campaign for women’s suffrage.
Poppy Corbett, who is in her final year of study for a PhD in the Department of Drama, Theatre & Dance, had an article published in the journal Performance Research earlier this year.
Eugénie Pastor - a recent graduate of our doctoral programme - has won critical acclaim for a number of her recent performances.