Psychoanalysis and Performance

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INDEX

a
Abbé Johannes de la Chapelle 86
Abercrombie, T. 221
Abject, the 7 , 124-6 , 211-13
Abraham, N. and Torok, M. 77
actor 26-7 , 110 , 158 , 227
Actor’s Workshop of San Francisco 29
Adler, Alfred 170
Adler, J. 214
Adorno, Theodor 158 , 192-3 , 233
AIDS 98 , 209-10
Aisenberg, S. 214-15
Aktionism (Nitsch) 2-3
Alan, Ray 84
Alberti, L. B.:
On the Art of Building in Ten Books123
Alcazar, H. S. del 198
Aleph, the 121
alienation 26 ;
see Brecht
Althusser, Louis 177 ;
‘Ideology and Ideological State Apparatuses’ 178-80
Altman, R. 80
Americanness 184
Amos, Tori 82
anality 129
analysis and its responsibilities 132-43
Andean culture 218-33
Anderson, D. 107 , 109
Anderson, Laurie 10 , 92
animatronic technology 91
‘Anna O’ 151 , 153-4 ;
see also Freud anxiety 105
Anzieu, D. 78 , 80
apocalypse 116 , 122
Appointment (Calle) 148
architecture 123 , 131
archive, archiving 218-35
Aristotle 3 , 210 , 216
Armstrong, Neil 220
Artaud, Antonin 6 , 8 , 9 , 10 , 26 ;
on Balinese drama 30 ;
on film 47 ;
metaphysics and the mise en scène 26 ;
Theatre of Cruelty 27 ;
To Have Done with the Judgement of God91 , 96 , 151
astronauts 213
ATH 210-11
Athey, Ron 2 , 7 , 41
audiences 70 , 224 , 231-2
Auschwitz 212-4
Avila, Friar F. de 219-21

b
Babinski 160
Bakhtin, Mikhail 6
Baktruppen (Norwegian theatre group) 62
Baraitser, Lisa and Bayly, Simon 4 , 60-72
Barnard, E. 51
Barthes, Roland 10 , 11 ;
The Grain of the Voice82
Baudelaire, Charles 159
Baudrillard, Jean 22 , 56 , 116
Bausch, Pina 6
Beckett, Samuel 28 ;
Krapp’s Last Tape66 ;
Not I91
Benjamin, Walter 15 , 197 , 203 , 204 , 207
Bergen, E. 84 , 87 , 88
Berghaus, G. 3
Berio, Luciano:
Sequenza III92
Bernheim (Freud’s mentor) 156
Beuys, Joseph 151
Bhabha, Homi 116 , 121
Blau, Herbert 5 , 9 , 21-33 ;
Elsinore29 ;
Take up the Bodies23 , 30 ;
The Cell31 ;
The Impossible Theatre25
Blue Heart133-7 , 139-46 ;
see also Churchill, Caryl
Boal, Augusto 5 , 14 , 226
Boccioni, Umberto 169 , 171-2

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