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A selected bibliography. For full list of references please see the MA thesis.

Bachelard, G. and Kearney, R. (2014). The poetics of space. New York: Penguin Books.


Beer, T. (2012) An introduction to ecological design for the performing arts. PhD. The University of Melbourne. Available online: [Accessed 02/05/2021].


Beer, T. & Hes, D. (2017) Sustainability in production: Exploring eco-creativity within the

parameters of conventional theatre. Behind the Scenes: Journal of Theatre Production Practice, 1(1). Available online: [Accessed 02/05/2021].


De Erauso, C. (1996) Lieutenant nun: memoir of a basque transvestite in the new world. Translated from Spanish by G. Stepto & M. Stepto. Boston: Beacon Press.

Edinborough, C (2016) Theatrical reality: space, embodiment and empathy in performance [eBook]. Intellect Books Ltd, Bristol. 


Gurr, A. (2009) Shakespeare’s opposites: the admiral’s company 1594-1625. Cambridge: University Press.


Hannah, D (2014) Alarming the heart: Costume as performative body-object-event. Scene, 2 (1&2), 15-34.


Honzl, J. (2016) Mobility of the theatrical sign. in Drozd, D. et al (eds.) Theatre theory reader. Prague: Karolinum Press, 129-146. 

Jirásek, P & Jirásková, M. (2015) Puppet cabaret: visual idioms, performance technologies and the poetics of Czech special puppets in a European context 1850–1950, Theatralia. 18(2), pp. 70-134. Available at: [Accessed 24/05/2020].


Johnson, C (2009) Sustainable theatre: an analysis of theories and practices. Thesis. The Faculty of Humboldt State University. Available online: [Accessed 26/04/2020].


Kattenbelt, C. (2006) Theatre as the art of the performer and the stage of intermediality. In Chapple, F. & Kattenbelt, C. (ed) Intermediality in Theatre and Performance. Rodopi: Amsterdam, 29-41.


Oxford English Dictionary (2021) Metamorphosis, n. Available online:  [Accessed 17/060/2021].

Robertson, M (2017) Sustainable principles and practice. New York: Routledge.

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