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Dr James Frieze

Dr James Frieze

Telephone: 0151 231 5062

Publications

Books

Frieze J. 2018. Theatrical Performance and the Forensic Turn Routledge 978-0415854504

Frieze J. 2017. Reframing immersive theatre: The politics and pragmatics of participatory performance :1-345 9781137366047 >DOI

Frieze J. 2009. Naming Theatre: Demonstrative Diagnosis in Performance Palgrave MacMillan 9780230517707

Frieze J. Reframing Immersive Theatre and Performance: The Politics of Participation Frieze J. Palgrave. Basingstoke and New York

Chapters

Frieze J. 2017. Reframing immersive theatre: The politics and pragmatics of participatory performance Reframing Immersive Theatre: The Politics and Pragmatics of Participatory Performance :1-25 9781137366047 >DOI

Frieze J. 2016. One Step Forward, One Step Back: Resisting the Forensic Turn Performance and Participation Practices, Audiences, Politics 9781137393180

Frieze J. 2012. The Mess Behind the Veil: Assimilating Ping Chong Li DL. Asian American Literature Routledge 9780415498876

Frieze J. 2012. Whatever You Say: Making the Monstrous Phatic Svich C. Out of Silence Eyecorner Press 9788792633149

Journal Articles

Frieze J. 2015. Beyond the zero-sum game: Participation and the optics of opting Contemporary Theatre Review, 25 :216-229 >DOI

Frieze J. 2013. A game of two halves: Participation, performance and All That is Wrong Studies in Theatre and Performance, 33 :321-336 >DOI

Frieze J. 2013. A Game of Two Halves: Performance, Participation and All That is Wrong Studies in Theatre and Performance, 33 :321-336

Frieze J. 2013. Actualizing a Spectator Like You: The Ethics of the Intrusive-Hypothetical Performing Ethos, 3 :7-22

Frieze J. 2012. Young Jean Lee: The Technical Restrictions of Personhood Contemporary Theatre Review, 22

Frieze J. 2011. Naked Truth: Theatrical Performance and the Diagnostic Turn THEATRE RESEARCH INTERNATIONAL, 36 :148-162 >DOI >Link

Frieze J. 2006. The mess behind the veil: Assimilating Ping Chong THEATRE RESEARCH INTERNATIONAL, 31 :84-100 >DOI >Link

Frieze J. 2003. Playwrights in rehearsal: The seduction of company MODERN DRAMA, 46 :533-534 >Link

Frieze J. 1998. 'Imperceptible Mutabilites in the Third Kingdom': Suzan-Lori Parks and the shared struggle to perceive MODERN DRAMA, 41 :523-532 >Link

Frieze J. 1998. Making space losing face - Mimi Goese and the penultimate dis- (performance artist) PAJ-A JOURNAL OF PERFORMANCE AND ART, :1-9 >Link

Frieze J. 1997. Ping Chong, 'After Sorrow' THEATRE JOURNAL, 49 :352-354 >Link

Frieze J. 1997. Anglo-American interplay in recent drama - Cohn,R THEATRE STUDIES, :75-76 >Link

Theses / Dissertations

Frieze J. 2002. The Articulation of Difference: Staging Identity in the United States (1986-92) University of Wisconsin-Madison

Engagement & Impact

External PGR Supervision - completed students:

Name of University: Salford University, Award gained by the student: PhD, Thesis title: An Investigation into the Relationship between the Individual and the Collective in Emerging Performance Ensembles

Name of University: Bangor University, Award gained by the student: PhD, Thesis title: Considering the Therapeutic Potential of Immersive Theatres: a practice-led investigation

Name of University: Lancaster University, Award gained by the student: PhD, Thesis title: Towards Economies of Generosity in Contemporary Live Art Practice

Other invited event:

Title of event: Incubate Propagate, Location: Birmingham University, Description: This was the first consultation meeting for Incubate Propagate, a working group involving members of the Arts Council, arts producers, and academics. Its purpose is to consider ways that collaboration between the three areas can be developed in the UK going forward.