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Adam S. Horowitz offers a travelogue of Colombia's cities and rural towns, surveying the social dynamics of spectatorship for a wide range of Colombian performances. He takes a night walk through the streets of Bogotá, attends a protest performance led by a venerated theater collective, explores...
David Freedlander surveys a variety of performance events designed to reconfigure the relationships between urban space and urban dwellers in New York City. He describes a burgeoning guerrilla performance culture—from kicklines on the steps of the New York Public Library to impromptu road...
Bettina Brandl-Risi discusses two performances based on reenactments of historical events: Jeremy Deller's The Battle of Orgreave (2001), which revisits a bloody clash between picketers and police during a miners' strike in Thatcher-era Britain, and Rimini Protokoll's Deutschland 2—Berlin Back...
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