Theatricality and the Corruption of the Modernist Work

  • Nick Kaye
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Part of the New Directions in Theatre book series

Abstract

In identifying the postmodern in art with a disruption of the move toward self-containment and self-sufficiency, one can readily set a ‘postmodern’ play with appropriated figures and forms against very different kinds of presentation.

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