Tracing the Footprints: Documenting the Process of Performance

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Abstract

Tracing the Footprints is aimed at students, teachers, practitioners and lecturers involved in the documentation of practice. On a surface level, it documents the construction of a performance project, 'At Last Sight,' which was made with a group of final year UK undergraduates. Beyond this, and more importantly, the book serves as a unique document of the activities involved in articulating the processes of live performance. What the book demonstrates is that theatre making is not just one process but many; all linked, interwoven, impossible to disentangle.
LanguageEnglish
Place of PublicationMaryland
PublisherUniversity Press of America
Number of pages226
ISBN (Print)9780761825104
Publication statusPublished - 16 Sep 2003
Externally publishedYes

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Freeman, J. (2003). Tracing the Footprints: Documenting the Process of Performance. Maryland: University Press of America.
Freeman, John. / Tracing the Footprints : Documenting the Process of Performance. Maryland : University Press of America, 2003. 226 p.
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