Table of contents for Making contemporary theatre : international rehearsal processes / edited by Jen Harvie and Andy Lavender.

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LIST OF FIGURES * CONTRIBUTORS * PREFACE -- Andy Lavender * ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS * Introduction Witnessing postdramatic theatre-making --
Jen arvie * The Builders Association: Super Vision (2005) * Digital dataflow and the synthesis of everything -- Andy Lavend * Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui: My (2007) Mapping the multiple --
Lou C * Complicite;: The Elephant Vanishes (2003/04)‘The elephant and keeper have vanished completely… They will never be coming back’ -- Catherine Alexander * Elevator Repair Service: Cab Legs (1997) to Gatz (2006) Reversing the ruins: the power of theatrical miscomprehension -- Sara Jane Baile* Forced Entertainment: The Travels (2002) The anti-theatrical director -- Alex Mermikide* Rodrigo Garci;a and La Carniceri;a Teatro: Une façon d’aborder l’ide;e de me;fiance [One Way to Approach the Idea of Mistrust] (2006) Approaching mistrust -- Lourdes Orozc* Gekidan Kaitaisha: Bye Bye: the New Primitive (2001) Theatre of the body and cultural deconstruction -- Adam Broinowski * Robert Lepage and Ex Machina: Lipsynch (2007) Performance transformations and cycles -- Aleksandar Saša Dundjerovic * Richard Maxwell and the New York City Players: The End of Reality (2006) Exploring acting -- Sarah Gorman * Not Yet It’s Difficult: Blowback (2004)
Unmaking Blowback – a visceral process for a political theatre -- Peter Eckersall * Luk Perceval: Platonov (2006) Rules for a theatre of contemporary contemplation -- Zoë Svendsen * POSTSCRIPT: -- Andy Lavender and Jen Harvie * SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY * Index

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Theater rehearsals.