2022 (32) 63

Issued: 06 / 2022
Publisher: Univerzita Karlova, Filozofická fakulta
ISSN: 2571-452X
125 pages

Dialogue, Performance and the Body Politic in Contemporary Theatre

Introduction: Dialogue, Performance and the Body Politic in Contemporary Theatre
Clare Wallace, p. 1-7
Revolution, Satire and Staging Dissensus: Alice Birch’s Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again. and Marlene Streeruwitz’s Mar-a-Lago. oder. Neuschwanstein
Martin Riedelsheimer, p. 8-23
Embodying Agonism in Lucy Kirkwood’s Mosquitoes and The Welkin
Clare Wallace, p. 24-40
Theatre, Presence and Communitas in Social Isolation: Covid-19 and Zoe Seaton’s The Tempest and Operation Elsewhere Online
Tom Maguire, p. 41-56
Performing Community: Images of Inclusion and Solidarity in Selected British Plays
Michał Lachman, p. 57-75
“An extraordinary deposition”: Enda Walsh’s Medicine
Ondřej Pilný, p. 76-87
“It’s a common story”: Staging Animatedness in Plays by Amiri Baraka and Jackie Sibblies Drury
Ondřej Polák, p. 88-104
“All Very Tricky Technically”: Samuel Beckett and Technology
Andre Furlani, p. 103-111
Hightlighting Links Across Centuries
Radvan Markus, p. 112-117
From “Obscure Prehistoric Dialect” To “Icon Of Nationhood”
Petra Johana Poncarová, p. 118-122
Book Of Longing: Leonard Cohen’s Wellsprings Of Inspiration
David Livingstone, p. 121-123
Notes on Contributors
p. 155-157