By Royd Climenhaga
Pina Bausch’s paintings has had super effect around the spectrum of overdue twentieth-century functionality perform, aiding to redefine the probabilities of what either dance and theater could be. This edited assortment offers a compendium of resource fabric and contextual essays that study Pina Bausch's heritage, perform and legacy, and the improvement of Tanztheater as a brand new shape, with sections including:
- Dance and theatre roots and connections;
- Bausch’s developmental process;
- The construction of Tanztheater;
- Bausch’s reception;
- Critical perspectives.
Interviews, reports and significant essays chart the evolution of Bausch’s pioneering process and discover this evocative new mode of functionality. Edited by way of famous Bausch student, Royd Climenhaga, The Pina Bausch Sourcebook goals to open up Bausch’s performative global for college kids, students, dance and theatre artists and audiences everywhere.
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