By Daniel Sack
Imagined Theatres collects theoretical dramas written by way of a number of the major students and artists of the modern degree. those dialogues, prose poems, and microfictions describe imaginary functionality occasions that discover what could be attainable and most unlikely within the theatre.
Each situation is reflected by means of a quick accompanying mirrored image, asking what they may suggest for our pondering the theatre. those many attainable worlds circle round questions that include:
- In what means is writing itself a performance?
- How can we comprehend the connection among actual performances that engender imaginary reflections and imaginary conceptions that shape the root for actual theatrical productions?
- Are we now not continuously imagining theatres once we learn or perhaps once we take a seat within the theatre, gazing no matter what occasion we think we're seeing?