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The Paris Jigsaw
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Introduction: Piecing together the Paris jigsaw - David Brady and Maria M. Delgado Part I: Case studies 1. Peter Brook and the CICT (Le Centre International de Creations Theatrales) 'Towards an art of memory': Peter Brook, a foreigner in Paris - David Williams 'Playful understanding': an interview with David Bennet - David Bradby and David Williams 'The quality of understanding': an interview with Bruce Myers - David Williams' 'Communication and the blood of the stage': an interview with Yoshi Oida - David Bradby and David Williams Peter Brook and the freedom of intercultural theatre - Daniel Meyer-Dinkgrafe 2. Jacques Lecoq and his 'Ecole Internationale de Theatre' in Paris The legacy of Lecoq - David Bradby The pedagogy of the poetic body - Giovanni FUsetti and Suzy Willson James Lecoq and his influence in Catalonia - Merce Saumell 3. Ariane Mnouchkine and the Theatre du Soleil Cultural politics and theatrical practice in the history of the Theatre du Soleil - David Bradby Travels with the Soleil - Jean-Francois Dusigne 4. Augusto Boal and the Theatre de L'Opprime Augusto Boal and the journey to the Centre of Theatre of the Oppressed (Paris) - Paul Heritage 'The crossing of many cultures': an interview with Augusto Boal - Paul Heritage 'Placing two things together, you create a third': an interview with Rui Frati' Joel Anderson Part II: The input of different national theatre traditions to the 'internationalism' of Paris theatre 5. The German presence The German presence in Paris - Rudolf Rach and David Bradby 6. The Russian presence The Russian presence in Paris 1988-2000 - Maria Shevtsova 7. The Spanish presence 'City of Light': an interview with Fernando Arrabal - Alain Schifres Spanish presence on the contemporary Parisian stage - Phyllis Zatlin 'Paris as a kind of meeting point': an email interview with Lluis Pasqual - Maria M. Delgado 8. The Latin American presence An Argentine in Paris: an interview with Jorge Lavelli - Maria M. Delgado 9. The North American presence Did Paris steal the show for American postmodern directors? - Frederic Maurin Creating the theatrical museum: theatrical visions of an alternative America; cultural politics and the Festival d'Automne, 1972-2000 - Jim Carmody 10. The African presence The African presence in Paris - Judith G. Miller 'Looking outside of Europe': a conversation with Sylvie Chalaye - Judith G. Miller Afterword: British intersections with Paris - Peter Lichtenfels Index

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David Bradby is Professor of Drama and Theatre at Royal Holloway, University of London Maria M. Delgado is Senior Lecturer in Drama at Queen Mary, University of London

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