Written from a practice-based perspective, this book focuses on the political character of 'cyberformance': the genre of digital performance that uses the Internet as a performance space. The Etheatre Project comprises a series of experimental cyberformances aiming to reconsider the characteristics of theatre in the Internet age.
Christina Papagiannouli received her Ph.D. in theatre and digital performance from University of East London (UEL), UK in 2014. She is currently a research assistant at University of South Wales, and previously has served as a visiting lecturer and research assistant at UEL. Papagiannouli has presented her work at a range of international events and conferences.
1. A Short Organum for Cyberformance
2. Towards an Online Community-Engaging and Participatory Theatre
3. The Etheatre Project
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"This is the first monograph to consider the political potential of online performance, offering a valuable discussion of direct audience engagement and active participation strategies employed in political practices of cyberformance. The volume is highly recommended for practitioners in theatre and media alike, as well as students and scholars engaged in Practice as Research." - Maria Chatzichristodoulou, London South Bank University, UK