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‘A spider web moved by the wind’: a response to the Symposium of the thirteenth session of the International School of Theatre Anthropology

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Abstract:

This article records and responds to the work demonstrated at the Symposium of the thirteenth session of the International School of Theatre Anthropology (ISTA), explores a personal response to the implications of ISTA’s work, and draws on Eugenio Barba’s key writing on theatre anthropology.

Keywords: Eugenio Barba; ISTA; Pura Desa; Roberta Carreri; Tom Leabhart; flow

Document Type: Research Article

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1386/stap.25.2.153/3

Affiliations: University of Hull

Publication date: August 1, 2005

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  • 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.
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