What is it about?

Written by a theatre practitioner who is also researching for a practice-led PhD in Renaissance theatre practices, this article outlines similarities between Renaissance & Zoom theatre, as well as outlining & describing the new choreography discipline on online action choreography.

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Why is it important?

No other practitioner or researcher has this combination of practical experience, from running online theatre performed from cues only, & historical research into Renaissance theatre practices. Online performances of the pandemic lockdowns has been brushed aside; it requires & deserves chronicling.


This article is a unique insight, for modern practitioners, theatre historians & Renaissance researchers alike,

Lizzie Conrad Hughes
University of Birmingham

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This page is a summary of: Experiencing Renaissance theatre on Zoom: The creation of action choreography for online theatre and its unexpected insights into Renaissance theatre, Scene, December 2022, Intellect,
DOI: 10.1386/scene_00048_1.
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