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The Paris Jigsaw : Internationalism and the City's Stages, Paperback / softback Book

The Paris Jigsaw : Internationalism and the City's Stages Paperback / softback

Edited by David Bradby, Maria M. Delgado

Part of the Theatre: Theory - Practice - Performance series

Paperback / softback


Paris has always exerted a magnetic force on artists; it has historically offered safety to those escaping oppressive regimes in Europe and farther afield.

In recent years it has welcomed performers, artists and intellectuals from all over the world, offering strategies for the practice of theatre in a new Europe of ever-shifting boundaries. This book, once again available in paperback, examines the creation and development of communities of actors, directors, designers and playwrights in Paris over the past thirty years.

It shows how the willingness of the city to welcome international influences has enriched its creative life.

Many of the most important trends and new developments in the art of theatre have been the direct result of the creative combination of influences from all over the world. This study demonstrates how the pioneering work of Brook, Boal, Mnouchkine, Lecoq and many others has been able to draw on this vibrant, multi-cultural mix, in turn creating new work that has enriched theatre's potential to enlarge our thinking and our imagination. -- .




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