The importance of space in the avant-garde theatre of Castellucci and Cunningham

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Avant-garde in its noun form refers to “an intelligentsia that develops new or experimental concepts especially in the arts.”¹ And translated from the French the phrase literally means “fore-guard.” The avant-garde is at the forefront of theatrical experimentation, as well as experimentation in the wider arts. Avant-garde practitioners explore the…

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Writer — Folklorist — UCD Graduate — Film Studies MA Student

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