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Jeremy M. Barker

JEREMY M. BARKER is a critic and dramaturg based in Brooklyn. The editor of Chance magazine and the former editor of Culturebot.org, his writing has appeared in Theater magazine, American Theatre magazine, and elsewhere. He is the dramaturg for the performance group Sister Sylvester, whose most recent show, They Are Gone But Here Must I Remain, appeared at the Public Theater’s 2016 Under the Radar Festival.

Studies in Chekhov:
Revealing Process with WaxFactory’s PULL YOURSELF TOGETHER!

The question of “process” is increasingly fundamental to contemporary performing arts, if for no other reason than its absence from the discourse around performance seems so out of sync with the investment of time and labor it requires.


The Brooklyn Rail

JUNE 2020

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