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A Dictionary of Theatre Anthropology by Eugenio Barba and Nicola Savarese Edited and compiled by Richard Gough
This winter we are offering this classic text and invaluable resource for only £5!
Juxtaposing visual demonstrations of the performer’s craft, from a wealth of Oriental and Occidental sources, to uncover knowledge of action in the heightened context of performance – from combat to religion and ritual. This
lavishly illustrated sourcebook is vital reading for theatre practitioners and students of contemporary theatre theory and transcultural performance.
Solo polyphony through the virtuoso use of a Loop sampler. Stimulated by intense vocal work in the Roy-Hart method and in the tradition of singers such as Meredith Monk or Shelley Hirsch.
Sam Lee: Ground of its Own
This 8-track release with legendary John Wood (of Nick Drake fame)
comprises material gleaned from years of research into the forgotten songs and sounds of these Isles. ES ***** : a shining and original talent
Mariana Sadovska & Christian Thomé: VESNA
The ‘Ukrainian Bjork’: in her furious performances Mariana Sadovska crosses all borders: archaic midsummer night invocations, wedding songs and migrant chants from remote villages of rural Ukraine get a singular turn and transmute into contemporary sound that spans from folk to avant-garde. VESNA (SPRING) was inspired by Ukrainian Traditional songs and was composed with jazz drummer Christian Thomé .