Tactical Performance: Serious Play and Social Movements

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Routledge, 26 лют. 2016 р. - 309 стор.
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Tactical Performance tells fun, mischievous stories of underdogs speaking mirth to power - through creative, targeted activist performance in the streets of cities around the world.

This compelling, inspiring book also provides the first ever full-length practical and theoretical guide to this work. L.M.Bogad, one of the most prolific practitioners and scholars of this genre, shares the most effective non-violent tactics and theatrics employed by groups which have captured the public imagination in recent years.

Tactical Performance explores carnivalesque protest in unique depth, looking at the possibilities for direct action and sometimes shocking confrontation with some of the most powerful institutions in the world.

It is essential reading for anyone interested in creative pranksterism and the global justice movement.

 

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tactical performance
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PART I The question of carnival
75
outflanking authorityupstaging the establishment
143
on the value of surprise
209
PART IV Serious but not solemn
251
Conclusion Earning moments for the movement
280
Index
298
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L.M.Bogad is Associate Professor of Theatre at UC Davis.

He is an author, performer and the founding director of the Center for Political Activism/West Coast.

He writes, performs and strategizes with mischievous artists such as the Yes Men, Billionaires for Bush and La Pocha Nostra. He is a veteran of the Lincoln Center Theatre Director’s Laboratory, and a co-founder of the Clandestine Insurgent Rebel Clown Army. His produced plays have covered topics such as the Haymarket Square Riot, the FBI’s COINTELPRO activities, the Pinochet coup in Chile and global climate chaos.

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