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Theatre and Sexuality [Paperback]

Tim Miller , Professor Jill Dolan

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30 Jun 2010 Theatre And

Why is it useful to look at theatre and performance through the lens of sexual identity? How has commercial theatre embraced gay and lesbian work?

Theatre& Sexuality introduces critical methods and artistic practices that link drama, theatre and performance with minority sexualities in both the U.S. and UK. It narrates a select history of LGBTQ theatre from the early 20th century through today. Including an extended reading of Split Britches/Bloolips' production Belle Reprieve, the book offers clear analysis, as well as a celebration, of LGBTQ performance.
 
Foreword by Tim Miller

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'[a] brilliant series...these mini paperbacks each give an insightful, focused overview of a key topic...start collecting now.' - Whatsonstage.com

'Jill Dolan's marvelous book demonstrates how central questions of sexuality have been for the modern theatre, explaining the major arguments and debates with great clarity and force.' - David Savran, Distinguished Professor of Theatre, The City University of New York, USA
 
'An urgently needed exploration of the deliciously queered formations of desire, gender and love that are conjured abundantly in theatre. SLEEP WITH THIS BOOK!' - Tim Miller, performer and author of Boy Blows and 1001 Beds
 
'...Palgrave Macmillan's excellent new outward-looking, eclectic Theatre& ... series.These short books, written by leading theatre academics, do much to reintroduce some of the brightest names in theatre academia to the general reader. Plus, the matrix of references to bigger books soon builds quite a comprehensive catch-up reading list for those of us who graduated more than a decade ago and are interested in where contemporary thinking is at...'
- Guardian Theatre Blog, September 2009, http://www.guardian.co.uk/stage/theatreblog/2009/sep/10/theatre-critics-academics-artists 


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Theatre& Sexuality traces the history and explains the critical validity of using sexuality as a lens to consider the creation and reception of theatre practice

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