1st Edition

Actors and Activists
Performance, Politics, and Exchange Among Social Worlds



ISBN 9780815332688
Published January 2, 2002 by Routledge
358 Pages

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Book Description

This scholarly work looks at the issue of politics and performance in America today with particular attention paid to performances produced by activists, the NEA Four, and "Miss Saigon".

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Biography

David A. Schlossman is currently teaching in the Master of Liberal Arts program at John Hopkins University. He received his Ph.D. from the Interdisciplinary Ph.D. in Theater and Drama at Northwestern University.

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"I admire Schlossman's exhaustive research and his clear political and intellectual commitments to activism and performance. 'Actors and Activists' does a good job of arguing that the worlds of theatre/performance and activism are never far apart, and that art can never be kept pristine from politics (or vice versa), leaving the reader with a complicated, productive, hopeful vision of interaction among social worlds." -- Jill Dolan, Theatre Journal