BOOKS FOR REVIEW
We will publish reviews of books relevant to performance in general, with specific interest in Performance-as-Research, Performing Arts, Performance Philosophy, Performance and Technology, and Performance Studies, broadly construed.
Book reviews should be 400-750 words and follow the Chicago Manual of Style 17th edition Endnote Format.
The review heading should include: the author, book title in italics, publisher, publication date, page count (including front matter), and purchase price for all available formats, followed by the reviewer’s name and affiliation.
Publishers should contact with the subject line “Books for Review” or send materials to Amanda Rose Villarreal, Managing Editor, PARtake: The Journal of Performance as Research, Department of Theatre and Dance, University of Colorado, 261 UCB, Boulder, CO 80302.
Books currently available for review are listed below. If you are interested in reviewing a text not listed, please contact with your book proposal.
Radical Doubt: The Joker System, after Boal
by Mady Schutzman
Staging Process: The Aesthetic Politics of Collective Performance
by Rachel Anderson-Rabern
Blue Sky Body: Thresholds for Embodied Research
by Ben Spatz
Teaching Post-Dramatic Theatre: Anxieties, Aporias, and Disclosures
by Glenn D'Cruz
Beyond Text: Learning Through Arts-Based Research
edited by Jeff Adams and Allen Owens
Audience as Performer: The Changing Role of Theatre Audiences in the Twenty-First Century
by Caroline Heim
Performed Ethnography and Communication: Improvisation and Embodied Experience
by D. Soyini Madison
Applied Improvisation: Leading, Collaborating, and Creating Beyond the Theatre
edited by Theresa Robbins Dudeck and Caitlin McClure
Applied Theatre: Working With Youth
edited by Lisa Brenner, Chris Ceraso, and Evelyn Diaz Cruz
Theory and Methods for Public Pedagogy Research
by Karen Charman and Mary Dixon
Using Art as Research in Learning and Teaching: Multidisciplinary Approaches Across the Arts
edited by Ross W. Prior
Redefining Theatre Communities: International Perspectives on Community-Conscious Theatre-Making
edited by Marco Galea and Szabolcs Musca
Drama-Based Pedagogy: Activating Learning Across the Curriculum
by Katie Dawson and Bridget Kiger Lee
Syrian Refugees, Applied Theatre, Workshop Facilitation, and Stories
by Fadi Skeiker
The Routledge Companion to Applied Theatre, Vols 1 & 2
by Tim Prentki, Ananda Breed
Participatory Theatre and the Urban Everyday in South Africa
by Alexandra Halligey
Tandem Dances: Choreographing Immersive Performance
by Julia M. Ritter
Theatre and Performance in the Neoliberal University: Responses to an Academy in Crisis
edited by Kim Solga
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