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Publications

Books

  • Witness Onstage: Documentary Theatre in Twenty-First Century Russia (under contract with Manchester University Press)

Journal articles

  • ‘Amateur Hour: Culture, Capital, and the Royal Shakespeare Company’s Open Stages Initiative’, RiDE: Journal of Applied Theatre and Performance (forthcoming)
  • ‘Show Us Your Papers: Performing post-Soviet National Identity in Talgat Batalov’s “Uzbek,”’, Problems of Post-Communism, 63, 1, (2016), 16 -26
  • ‘The Trial That Never Was: Russian Documentary Theatre and the Pursuit of Justice’, New Theatre Quarterly, 30, 4, (2014), 307-317

Other publications

  • ‘School # 3: The heartfelt film listening to the kids of war torn Donbass’, Calvert Journal, March 2017
  • ‘Twenty-First Century Amateurs and the Royal Shakespeare Company’s Open Stages Initiative’, Contemporary Theatre Review Interventions, February 2017
  • ‘For Love or Money? Collaborations between amateur and professional theatre’, an AHRC (Arts and Humanities Research Council) published report on the impact of the Royal Shakespeare Company’s Open Stages initiative, December 2016
  • ‘Migrant Voices Onstage in London’, Open Democracy Russia, March 2015
  • ‘Lights up: for Teatr.doc, Russia’s most controversial theatre company, the show must go on’, Calvert Journal, March 2015
  • ‘Belarus Free Theatre: An Interview with director Nikolai Khalezin’, Central and Eastern European London Review, June 2014
  • ‘Maidan: Voices from the Uprising: An Interview with Natalia Vorozhbyt’, Central and Eastern European London Review, May 2014
  • ‘Justice for Magnitsky, at least onstage’, Open Democracy Russia, April 2013