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Tampalini, S. (1996) Disapperiences. [Performance] [Creative Output]

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Disappeariences was an assemblage of writings from Gaston Bacheland, Carmel Bird, Judith Butler, Angela Carter, Marguerite Duras, Janet Frame, Elizabeth Grosz, Martin Heidegger, Ted Hughes, Luce Irigaray, Drusilla Modjeska, Peggy Phelan and Gisele Prassinos, by Serge Tampalini, Andrew Robinson and Sarah Cullity. Blue Room Theatre, May/June 1996. Direction and design: Serge Tampalini.

Publication Type: Creative Output
DirectorTampalini, Serge
Written byTampalini, Serge
Written byRobinson, A.
Written byCullity, S.
PerformerRobinson, A.
PerformerCullity, S.
Company Credits: Blue Room Theatre
Murdoch Affiliation: School of Social Sciences and Humanities
Publisher: Performance [Re]Search
Other Information: “In Disappeariences, Sarah Cullity, Andrew Robinson and Serge Tampalini pushed the boundaries, taking the audience in promenade beyond banality and into an exciting world of fragmented sound, movement and emotion. Suspensions from the window frame of the high first floor and the manic movement sometimes seeming dangerously close to audience­ members made this ‘edge-of-the­-seat’ theatre, with a design element that was at times breathtaking. I want more of this.” [Tony Osborne: Theatre Critic for Real Time, May 1996]
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