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By Lorella M. Jones

ISBN-10: 0805351302

ISBN-13: 9780805351309

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Phenomenology is useful in that it draws us into territories of understanding which invoke feeling, consciousness, the immediacy of experience and viscerality. Its serious shortcoming lies in its attempt to keep internal experience ‘pure’ and free of the social blemishes of language and experience. Cultural theorist and philosopher Terry Eagleton is highly critical of this endeavour, arguing that phenomenology: (Eagleton 1983: 61) promises to give a firm grounding for human knowledge, but can do so only at a massive cost: the sacrifice of human history itself.

For now we can note the useful section in Heddon and Milling’s Devising Performance (2006) on Australian physical theatre practices. Heddon and Milling observe throughout their book that late twentieth-century devised theatre has consistently been preoccupied with the shifting politics of personal and cultural identity, and that this has been especially the case in Australia. They suggest that physical theatre practices there have sharply articulated a celebration of diversity in Australian social life, a diversity that has partly been driven by a developing desire for distance from many of the smothering and colonialising cultural forces of Europe and Britain in particular.

Here, ‘permission’ to open up and review how political theatre is defined, and to explore the politics of gender and sexuality, suggests that theatre forms which privilege physicality and movement-based dramaturgies are potentially just as appropriate vehicles for such discourses as more traditional word-based literary drama. Devising, as collective authorship of theatre, contains the conditions of invention for performative explorations of gender which are appropriately embodied, and which harness visual and movement-based dramaturgies.

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