In disability theatre and modern drama recasting modernism kirsty johnston undertakes a productive question that is not entirely rhetorical what if the questions and creative work prompted by disability are in fact foundational to modern theatres themes and aesthetics this query launches a valuable generative book. Disability theatre and modern drama is a timely contribution remarkable for both its breadth and its depth including johnstons impressive integration of disability theory from canada the united kingdom the united states and australia individually and collectively the books chapters are exceedingly teachable and should find their way to . Disability theatre and modern drama recasting modernism by kirsty johnston disability theatre and modern drama addresses the enduring presence of disability representation within the canon of modern drama while also demonstrating how a consideration of disability politics and aesthetics from the past half century might prompt a . London bloomsbury methuen drama 2016 228 pp 2199 paperback isbn 978 1 40818 478 3 as one of the most recent additions to bloomsbury methuen dramas critical com panions series kirsty johnstons disability theatre and modern drama recasting modernism fulfils its brief to the utmost. A critical companion to disability theatre encompassing both disability theatre productions of modernist plays and criticism of these plays from a disability studies perspective
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