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Inter-reactivity

We’ve been talking a lot about the audience, interactivity and ‘inter-reactivity’ recently. We’ve got a new section of our website on the way about that. In the meantime, this blog post will operate as a sort of index to that work. Theory [intlink id=”41″ type=”category”]Interactve Thoughts[/intlink] A series of blog posts about the theory and […]

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‘The Immediate Future’ (part 2)

The continuation of an essay on the future of theatre… This is one of [intlink id=”41″ type=”category”]a series of blog posts[/intlink] about interactive theatre and theory behind our work in this field. A large amount of theatre about today, though highly impressive, enjoyable and successful, does not embrace, does not exploit this unique element – […]

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‘The Immediate Future’ (part 1)

An essay on the future of theatre… This is one of [intlink id=”41″ type=”category”]a series of blog posts[/intlink] about interactive theatre and theory behind our work in this field. Despite the rise of television and film – so proficient in producing artistically complex drama and comedy and delivering it to people – predictions of the […]

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Interactivity and ‘Auditorium’

This is the first in [intlink id=”41″ type=”category”]a series of blog posts[/intlink] about interactive theatre and the theory behind Auditorium and our work in this field. What do we mean when we claim to be the first fully interactive farce? Well of course it all comes down to your definition of interactivity – and whether […]

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