Interculturalism and Performance: Writings from PAJ
Bonnie Marranca, Gautam Dasgupta
PAJ Publications, 1991 - Performing Arts - 335 pages
Interculturalism and Performance brings together more than two dozen contributions on a topic that continues to revitalize discussion of the theater -- the intersection of culture, interculturalism, and performance. The volume features chapters by Victor Turner, Tadashi Suzuki, Richard Schechner, Daryl Chin, and Johannes Birringer as well as interviews with Edward Said, Peter Sellars, and Lee Breuer.
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