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The Wooster Group and Its Traditions (Dramaturgies) Paperback – January 4, 2005

ISBN-13: 978-9052012704 ISBN-10: 9052012709

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«Callens's book is one of the most recent in Peter Lang's ‘Dramaturgies’ series edited by Marc Maufort, and like others in the series is a thoroughly useful book for teaching and research purposes. Its bold engagement with the visceral qualities of performance also makes it an inspiring text for theatre practitioners. [...] ‘The Wooster Group and Its Traditions’ makes a welcome addition to the study of the crisis in contemporary avant-garde theatre.» (David O'Donnell, Illusions)

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The Editor: Johan Callens teaches at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel and is the author of Double Binds: Existentialist Inspiration and Generic Experimentation in the Early Work of Jack Richardson (1993), Acte(s) de Présence (1996), and From Middleton and Rowley’s «Changeling» to Sam Shepard’s «Bodyguard»: A Contemporary Appropriation of a Renaissance Drama (1997). More recently he has edited special issues of Contemporary Theatre Review on Sam Shepard (1998) and of Degrés on intermediality (2000).

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