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Writing in Collaborative Theatre-Making

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This engaging text explores the role of the writer and the text in collaborative practice through the work of contemporary writers and companies working in Britain, offering students and aspiring writers and directors...

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This engaging text explores the role of the writer and the text in collaborative practice through the work of contemporary writers and companies working in Britain, offering students and aspiring writers and directors effective practical strategies for collaborative work.

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High profile: Draws on case studies and previously unpublished interview material with major companies such as Kneehigh, Frantic Assembly and Shared Experience

Student friendly: shows students how to practically apply theory to their own practice through practical strategies, a skill demanded by almost all Theatre Studies courses

SECTION I: UNDERSTANDING THE PRACTICE
Introduction
1. A brief history of writing, writers and text in 20th century collaborative theatre
SECTION II: COLLABORATION, TEXT AND
2. Writer as Co-Creator
3. The Writer as Company Scribe
4. The Writer/Director
5. The Writer as Poet
6. The Multiple Writer Model
Conclusion.

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Sarah Sigal is a freelance writer, dramaturg, director and visiting lecturer at Queen Mary, University of London, UK. She is the Live Performance Programmer at JW3 and the Creative Co-Director of Hush-Hush Hoopla.

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Sarah Sigal is a freelance writer, dramaturg, director and visiting lecturer at Queen Mary, University of London, UK. She is the Live Performance Programmer at JW3 and the Creative Co-Director of Hush-Hush Hoopla.

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