Perspectives on Performer Training
Perspectives on Performer Training explores vital issues in twenty-first century global performer training. The series foregrounds training practices that are either emerging and/or have escaped scholarly attention and re-considers well-known approaches in order to create new understanding. The books dissolve boundaries between scholarship, professional practice and teaching and will appeal to an international audience of practitioners, researchers and students. As such, the series employs both theoretical and practical perspectives, provides analyses of key training exercises for use in the studio, and makes available previously unpublished interviews and archival material. The series aims to push the limits of existing canons, indeed, to question processes of canonisation per se; examine processes of knowledge transmission; and subject formation. The series assumes that histories and practices of performer training can offer insights and understanding beyond the walls of the studio and the books offer contributions not only to the fields of theatre, dance and performance but to urgent interdisciplinary conversations around key themes, such as technology, health and well-being, the creative industries and globalisation.