Theater Artists Making Theatre with no Theater
During the early stages of the 2020 pandemic, theater-makers across the United States were faced with the devastating reality that their profession had disappeared overnight. As a means of coping, Sheila Callaghan, Meg Miroshnik, and Kelly Miller (founding members of the feminist collective The Kilroys) sent out a call to their peers to consider what "theatre with no theater" might look like.
The result is an eclectic collection that reflects the absurdity, humor, impossibility, and grief inherent in making “theatre” at a time when live performance as we know it does not exist. Each singular piece in this volume provides a deeply intimate look at the emotional status of its creator during lockdown.
This 330-page book includes work from artists both well-known and emerging. The diverse range of contributors include Tessa Albertson, Migdalia Cruz, Eleanor Burgess, Adrienne Campbell-Holt, Kristoffer Diaz, Larissa FastHorse, Annah Feinberg, Lauren M. Gunderson, Naomi Iizuka, MJ Kaufman, Rehana Lew Mirza, Matthew Paul Olmos, Lina Patel, Matt Schatz, Jen Silverman, and Gina Young.
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