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Series Editors' Preface.- Foreword.- 1. Introduction.- 2. The Promise of Something Different.- 3. The Idea of Progress in the Arts.- 4. The Digital Imperative.- 5. New Mediaspeak.- 6. Digital Unease.- 7. Online Presence.- 8. What Can Theatre Do Without.- 9. Theatre Apps.- 10. Mission Business.- 11. Conclusion.- Further Reading.- Index.
Accessible and engaging, ideal for first year undergraduates, FE students and those further on in academic study. It raises important questions around intimacy, immediacy and audience experience, opening up a stimulating discussion about current theatre practices in general, as much as in relation to the digital.' - Josephine Machon, Middlesex University, UK 'The clarity is admirable - a beautifully written book.' - Edward Scheer, University of New South Wales, Australia 'An engaging and focused introduction' - Liam Jarvis, Royal Holloway, University of London, UK
Bill Blake is Assistant Professor and Director of the Program in Dramatic Literature at New York University, USA.