Modern theatre criticism has problems, and those problems are generational in nature. That’s the one overriding conclusion with which I left the Royal Court after Brickbats in Cyberspace, in which a panel of theatre critics, bloggers and theatre practitioners convened … Continued
Meyerhold was in search of a new kind of theatre; one that could widen its emotional potential to express new thoughts and ideas and reflect the times in which he was living.
How does theatre work in a virtual online environment such as Second Life? What can we learn from this virtual experience and carry over into ‘real world’ theatre practice, and vice-versa?
Speak Bitterness will be webcast live, and will be performed by the six core-members of Forced Entertainment including Artistic Director, Tim Etchells
The Forest Fringe is set to challenge every convention in sight, from the role of the audience right up to what we can comfortably classify as theatre.
'Shakespeare Searched' is an excellent resource targeted primarily at students and teachers but also useful to anyone with an interest in Shakespeare.
Last Seen offers a glimpse of how audio headphone technology could positively impact theatre, whether as a dramatic technique in itself or as a facilitatory tool.
Rethinking the ways in which human bodies interact with their technological surroundings is key to Stelarc's exploration of the cyborg.
What is the nature of the interactions we experience in 'cyberspace' and 'real space'? Where does this experience reside in the individual?
Ubuweb is one the most dense repositories of freely accessible avant-garde art collections on the Internet today.