Ensemble-made Chicago : a guide to devised theater / Chloe Johnston and Coya Paz Brownrigg.

Author
Johnston, Chloe [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
  • Evanston, Illinois : Northwestern University Press, 2019.
  • ©2019
Description
xx, 202 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.

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Subject(s)
Author
Series
Second to none: Chicago stories [More in this series]
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents
Ensemble-made Chicago: an introduction -- 500 Clown. Foursquare ; I'm falling ; Object scene ; Open scene -- About Face Youth Theatre. The vending machine ; Genderless storytelling ; Performing a story ; Moment of oppression -- Albany Park Theater Project. Mingle mingle ; 1-5 ; Off-site, spatial explorations -- Barrel of Monkeys. Clap your hands ; Follow the leader -- Every house has a door. First day of the Abandoned Practices Workshop -- FEMelanin. Body image performance ; New choice -- Free Street Theater. Rant pants and party pants ; Where I come from (Sojourn Theatre) ; I come from (Albany Park Theater Project) ; Free Street: Party pants and rant pants ; Wiggle and jiggle ; Memory web ; Affirmations, messages of support -- Honey Pot Performance. Ring shout ; Witness, caller, mover ; Sewing stories -- Lookingglass Theatre. Alternating speaker ; Flocking ; When I was a child -- The Neo-Futurists. A task in a circle ; Site-specific performance ; Inspired by The Arrow ; Your profession of faith -- The Second City. Walking warm-up ; Power improv ; Premises -- Southside Ignoramus Quartet (SIQ). Memory tag ; Brainstorming and context analysis ; Countdown -- Teatro Luna. Binary tag ; Pushing and hugging ; Moment-Land -- Walkabout Theater. Skill sharing ; Creating a score ; Empty box -- The Young Fugitives. The pushing game ; Live animation ; Line tag.
ISBN
  • 9780810138780 ((pbk.))
  • 0810138786 ((pbk.))
LCCN
2018026416
OCLC
1039313686
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