Radical Contemporary Theatre Practices By Women In Ireland
Edited by : Miriam Haughton and Mária Kurdi
Publication Date 25th, May, 2015
Radical Contemporary Theatre Practices by Women in Ireland is an important contribution to the fields of Irish theatre and performance studies, and gender and performance in Ireland. The essays and interviews explore the work of women directors, designers, and playwrights on both sides of the Irish Border, who are currently shaping theatre practice on the island. By gathering such an impressive range of material, Mária Kurdi and Miriam Haughton have produced a collection that offers a snapshot of radical practice on the Irish stage in the early 21st century.
Lisa Fitzpatrick, Senior Lecturer in Theatre, University of Ulster
'A useful and provocative book that collects the diverse and related practices of theatre makers and theatre professionals deserving of greater attention from artists, teachers and scholars'.
Willie White, Director of Dublin Theatre Festival and President of IETM
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