A Raffish Experiment: Collected Writings of Rex Cramphorn
The late Nick Enright described Rex Cramphorn as "that rare and important figure, a philosopher and visionary of the arts." When Cramphorn died in 1991, at the age of 50, he left a legacy of theatre productions, research and ideas, that have influenced his own and subsequent generations of Australian theatre artists. This book collects a range of Cramphorn’s writings about theatre, reviews and reflections, framed by short essays contextualising the material biographically, historically, and culturally. Each selection will be annotated to provide background information.
9780868198187 | Nov 2009 | Currency Press | Paperback
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