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Collective Creation, Collaboration and Devising: Critical Perspectives on Canadian Theatre in English, Volume 12 Paperback – April 1, 2009

ISBN-13: 978-0887547553 ISBN-10: 0887547559

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Bruce Barton is an educator, playwright, dramaturg, and director. Born in Montreal, raised and educated in Ontario, he spent from 1991 through 2001 living on Canada's East Coast, including Corner Brook, NF, Charlottetown, PE, and Halifax, NS. Bruce received a doctorate in Drama and Theatre from the Graduate Centre for Study of Drama, University of Toronto, where he now holds a position in playwriting and dramaturgy. He has articles published in

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'As the essays in this collection illustrate, the proximate positioning of concepts can be as illuminating as that of living bodies in performance. Inserting a fresh consideration of collaboration between the easily conflated terms collective creation and devising calls for a reconsideration of all three concepts, in isolation and in conversation, in abstract idealization and in concrete historical applications.â-

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