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Teach Negative Space

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This production is particularly useful for teaching and studying courses in Postdramatic Theatre, Devising and Experimental Performance.

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Negative Space   |   Production   |   Reckless Sleepers

The cast of Negative Space © Reckless Sleepers

About this production

This production of Negative Space was captured live at the New Adelphi Theatre at the University of Salford. Using choreographed movement and actions within a plasterboard room without words or narrative, it allows the performers to create unique and exciting work which challenges how we think about what we see.

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Discover video and written resources to help you teach Negative Space, including contextual guides and exclusive insights from practitioners.

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Explore a selection of popular resources to help you teach Negative Space. 

E-Book: Discussing Negative Space

Get an in-depth look at the creation of Negative Space and the development of ideas with this highly visual e-book, detailing conversations between Reckless Sleepers' Artistic Director Mole Wetherell and company member Kevin Egan.

An Interview with Mole Wetherell

In this exclusive interview, Artistic Director Mole Wetherell charts the journey of his company Reckless Sleepers, unpacking audience relationships, devising techniques and choreography.

Making Postdramatic Theatre: A Handbook of Devising Exercises

This exclusive handbook compiles exercises from contemporary theatre companies and practitioners for tutors teaching postdramatic practice and for students and theatre-makers devising their own performance work.

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