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Publications

Books

  • Agents of the Future: Theatre, Performance and Neoliberalization in Britain (under contract with Northwestern University Press).
  • Theatre & Money (under contract with Palgrave Macmillan).

Journal editions

  • 'On Proximity', co-edited with Ben Cranfield, Performance Research, 22, 3 (2017).

Book chapters

  • 'Government', in The Cambridge Companion to British Theatre since 1945, ed. by Dan Rebellato and Jen Harvie (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, under contract)
  • 'How do theatre and performance represent economic systems?', Thinking Through Theatre: A Critical Companion to Performance, ed. by Maaike Bleeker, Adrian Kear, Joe Kelleher and Heike Roms (London and New York: Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, under contract)
  • 'Defending collective sociality: The Oresteia at Shakespeare's Globe', in Readings of the Crisis: the Issue of Legal Protection in an Interdisciplinary Perspective, ed. by Massimo Meccarelli (Madrid: Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, forthcoming)
  • 'Back to the future: gendering the economy in twenty-first century drama', Twenty-First Century British Drama: What Happens Now, ed. by Si├ón Adiseshiah and Louise LePage (London: Palgrave Macmillan 2016), pp. 107-128.
  • 'Theatrical nationhood: crisis on the National stage', Performances of Capitalism, Crises and Resistance: Inside/Outside Europe, ed. by Marilena Zaroulia and Philip Hager (London: Palgrave Macmillan 2015), pp. 113-133.
  • ''The witness and the replay': London Bubble', in Performance and Community, ed. by Caoimhe McAvinchey (London and New York: Bloomsbury Methuen Drama 2014), pp. 155-187.
  • '"Places, like property prices, go up and down"': site-specificity, regeneration and The Margate Exodus', in Performing Site Specific Theatre: Politics, Place, Practice, ed. by Joanne Tompkins and Anna Birch (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan 2012), pp. 150-166.

Journal articles

  • 'Editorial' (with Ben Cranfield), Performance Research: On Proximity, 22, 3 (2017), 1-6.
  • '"Robert Wilson's Walking", Contemporary Theatre Review: The Cultural Politics of the Olympics: Performing Global Britishness, 23, 4 (2013), 568-573.
  • '"Work that body": precarity and femininity in the new economy', TDR: the Drama Review: On Precarity, 56, 4 (2012), 78-94.
  • 'Audio Obscura, or, 'Dread in the Fallen City'', frakcija: to be moved, 58-59 (2012), 118-123.
  • ''Identity correction': the Yes Men and acts of 'discursive leverage'', Performance Research, 16, 2 (2011), 28-36.
  • ''In tune with the beat of where they are': the AfroReggae UK Partnership in 2007', PPP Research Bulletin, Issue 4 (2008), 1-14.
  • 'The Gathering', MAILOUT (Summer 2005), 15-16.
  • 'The Making of GEORGE', Drama: the Journal for National Drama (Winter 2004), 43-47.

Other publications

  • '"Knowledge", Acts of Voting: a Lexicon', Contemporary Theatre Review: Interventions, May 2015.
  • 'Review: Neoliberalism and Global Theatres: Performance Permutations, edited by Lara D. Nielsen and Patricia Ybarra', Contemporary Theatre Review, 24, 2 (2014), 272-273.
  • 'Review: Theatre and Performance Research Association (TaPRA) conference 2007' (co-authored with Joel Anderson), Research in Drama Education: the Journal of Applied Theatre and Performance, 13, 1 (2008), 125-126.
  • 'Review: The Community Performance Reader, eds. Petra Kuppers and Gwen Robertson & Kuppers, Petra, Community Performance: an Introduction', Contemporary Theatre Review, 17, 4 (2007), 582-583.
  • 'Participating in The Margate Exodus': evaluation report for Artangel, September 2007 (submitted to Arts Council England)
  • 'Can Culture Be Our Weapon?': transcription and report for Barbican Education 2007 (unpublished).
  • 'The Contribution of Universities to the Arts Sector: round table discussion' (London: LCACE/QMUL/PPP 2007).
  • 'Review: A Boal Companion: Dialogues in Theatre and Cultural Politics, eds. Jan Cohen-Cruz and Mady Schutzman', Contemporary Theatre Review, 17, 1 (2007), 111-113.