‘Draws on a vital history of trans performance – an emerging canon that may no longer be ignored.’ – Morgan M Page, from her foreword
Seven turbulent years. Five radical performances. One landmark publication.
None of Us is Yet a Robot charts artist and performer Emma Frankland’s gender transition against a shifting social and political landscape, while grappling with the systematic erasure of trans history.
Featuring introductions from foremost theatre practitioners, including Maddy Costa and Travis Alabanza, this collection of work is an evocative exploration of a trans experience in twenty-first century Britain.
Oberon Books, Summer 2019. 224 pages. 14cm x 21.5 cm.
The Explicit Body in Performance interrogates the avant-garde precedents and theoretical terrain that combined to produce feminist performance art. Among the many artists discussed are: Carollee Schneemann, Annie Sprinkle, Karen Finley, Robbie McCauley, Ana Mendieta, Ann Magnuson, Sandra...
At last, the past has arrived! Performing Remains is Rebecca Schneider's authoritative statement on a major topic of interest to the field of theatre and performance studies. It extends and consolidates her...
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The Butch Monologues is a contemporary collection of real-life stories exploring the female butch, trans masculine and gender rebel experience. The project is a collaboration between several practitioners: Laura Bridgeman...