Avant Garde Theatre, 1892-1992

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SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY

Complete bibliographical references are provided in the notes to each chapter. This bibliography is therefore limited to selected primary texts that occupy a significant place in the discussion, and to general critical studies, including those which were of use in preparing this book, but which are not cited in the text.


PRIMARY SOURCES

Dramatic scripts
Arrabal, Fernando, Plays, 3 vols (trans. Barbara Wright), London 1962.
Artaud, Antonin, The Jet of Blood in Modern French Theatre (trans. George Wellwarth), New York 1966.
——The Cenci(trans. S. Watson Taylor), London 1969.
Attar, Farid Ud-din, The Conference of the Birds (adaptation by Jean-Claude Carrière and Peter Brook), Connecticut 1982.
Barrault, Jean-Louis, Rabelais (trans. Robert Baldick), London 1971.
Beck, Julian, Paradise Now: Collective Creation of the Living Theatre, New York 1971.
Brown, K. The Brig, a Concept for Theatre or Film, New York 1965.
Cannan, Denis and Higgins, Colin, The Ik (with introduction by Colin Turnbull), Connecticut 1982.
Carrière, Jean-Claude, The Mahabharata (trans. with an introduction by Peter Brook), New York 1987.
Cixous, Hélène, L’Indiade, ou, L’Inde de leurs rêves; et quelques écrits sur le théâtre, Tours 1987.
——L’histoire terrible mais inachevée de Norodom Sihanouk, roi du Cambodge, Paris 1987.
Genet, Jean, The Balcony (trans. Bernard Frechtman), New York 1966.
——The Screens(trans. Bernard Frechtman), New York 1966.
Hughes, Ted, Oedipus (adapted from Seneca), London 1969.
Hunt, Albert, Kustow, Michael and Reeves, Geoffrey (eds), US, London 1968.
Ionesco, Eugène, Plays, vols 1-3 (trans. Donald Watson), London 1958-60.
——Macbett (trans. Charles Marowitz), New York 1973.
Jarry, Alfred, Selected Works of Alfred Jarry (trans. R. Shattack and S. Watson Taylor), London 1965.
——The Ubu Plays(trans. Cyril Connolly and S. Watson Taylor), London 1968.
——Ubu aux Bouffes (adapted by Peter Brook), Paris 1977.
Kaiser, George, From Morn to Midnight (trans. Ashley Dukes), New York 1922.
Kornfeld, Paul, Anthology of German Expressionist Drama (trans. and ed. W. H. Sokel), New York 1963.

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Illustrations vii
  • Acknowledgements ix
  • 1 - Introduction 1
  • 2 - The Politics of Primitivism 6
  • 3 - Dreams, Archetypes and the Irrational 19
  • 4 - Therapy and Subliminal Theatre 36
  • 5 - Antonin Artaud and the Theatre of Cruelty 59
  • 6 - Ritual and Acts of Communion 95
  • 7 - Black Masses and Ceremonies of Negation 108
  • 8 - Myth and Theatre Laboratories 125
  • 9 - Secular Religions and Physical Spirituality 149
  • 10 - Anthropology, Environmental Theatre and Sexual Revolution 167
  • 11 - Interculturalism and Expropriating the Classics 193
  • 12 - From the Margins to Mainstream 214
  • Notes 234
  • Select Bibliography 250
  • Index 255
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