The Wooster Group has consistently challenged audiences and critics alike with their extraordinary performance works, many of which are now recognised as 'classics' of the contemporary stage.
This book accesses, often for the first time, the company's rehearsal methods and source materials, as well as the creative thinking and reflections of director Elizabeth LeCompte and her main artistic collaborators. It also gathers together an astonishing range of archival material to produce a vivid and personal account of how the company makes its work.
Routledge, Oxon, 2007, 287 pages, black & white photographs throughout, 28cm x 22cm.
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