By Jon Foley Sherman
What occurs within the courting among viewers and performer? What
choices are made within the house of functionality approximately how we attend to
A unusual Proximity examines degree presence as key to pondering about
performance and ethics. it's the first phenomenological account of ethics
generated from, instead of utilized to, modern theatrical productions.
The moral chances of the level, argues Jon Foley Sherman, leisure not
so a lot in its objects—the performers and the express itself—as within the “how”
of getting to others. A unusual Proximity is a different standpoint on the
implications of cognizance in performance.
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