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Fifty Contemporary Choreographers

To celebrate the new edition of Routledge’s latest book, Fifty Contemporary Choreographers, edited by Martha Bremser and Lorna Sanders, we have collected together key articles about the life and work of some of these influential figures from across our range of theatre and performance journals.

Free online in May :

Trisha Brown Doing your thing ? Trisha Brown’s object lesson Returning appearance to Itself : Trisha Brown, Koosil-ja and the materiality of appearance

William Forsythe Auditory Turn : William Forsythe’s vocal choreography

Decreation Inc. : William Forsythe’s equations of “bodies before the name”

Akram Khan ‘In-between spaces’ : an investigation into the embodiment of culture in contemporary dance

Akram Khan rewrites Radha : The “hypervisible” cultural identity in Kylie Minogue’s Showgirl

We’ll be adding more articles every month so keep checking back to see which choreographers will be chosen next !

Click here to find out more about Fifty Contemporary Choreographers.

Theatre & Per formance Studies Journals from Routledge