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I recently read, with much interest, several back issues of STP, including one with an article on PARIP methodology and another containing the PAR SCUDD e-mail debate. As an academic working within a Theatre Studies degree in a university which also offers a Performing Arts degree,
and one whose teaching, although ‘conventional’ in academic terms, is practice-based (I work in a studio environment, but require any practical work to be thoroughly theorized, and supported by analytic reflective documentation), I have been on the edges of this debate for some
Studies in Theatre and Performance is a peer-reviewed journal which fosters a progressive forum to explore the nuances of theatre practice. The journal provides a critical scope to include other related disciplines in its scrutiny of the stage, exploring the interplay between performance, audience and dramatic practice.