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After '89: Polish Theatre and the Political

After '89: Polish Theatre and the Political

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Publisher Manchester University Press
Year 17/05/2019
Pages 240
Version paperback
Readership level General/trade
ISBN 9781526139542
Categories Theatre studies, Television
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After '89 takes as its subject the dynamic new range of performance practices that have been developed since the demise of communism in the flourishing theatrical landscape of Poland. After 1989, the theatre has retained its historical role as the crucial space for debating and interrogating cultural and political identities. Providing access to scholarship and criticism not readily accessible to an English-speaking readership, this study surveys the rebirth of the theatre as a site of public intervention and social criticism since the establishment of democracy and the proliferation of theatre makers that have flaunted cultural commonplaces and begged new questions of Polish culture. Lease argues that the most significant change in performance practice after 1989 has been from opposition to the state to a more pluralistic practice that engages with marginalised identities purposefully left out of the rhetoric of freedom and independence. -- .

After '89: Polish Theatre and the Political

Table of contents

Introduction: really existing democracy
1. The move to neoliberalism
2. No more heroes
3. Beyond a teatr kobiecy
4. Gay emancipation and queer counterpublics
5. Rethinking Polish/Jewish relations
6. Equivalencies of exclusion
Conclusion
Bibliography
Index -- .

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