Introduction: Toward a New History of Collective Creation; Kathryn Mederos Syssoyeva
PART I: THE FIRST WAVE
1. From Monastic Cell to Communist Cell: Groups, Communes, and Collectives, 1900-1945; Kathryn Mederos Syssoyeva
2. Revolution in the Theatre I: Meyerhold, Stanislavsky, and Collective Creation - Russia, 1905; Kathryn Mederos Syssoyeva
3. Reduta's Reorigination of Theatre: Radical Collectivity in Poland's Interwar Theatre Laboratory; Kris Salata
4. The Accidental Rebirth of Collective Creation: Jacques Copeau, Michel Saint-Denis, Léon Chancerel, and Improvised Theatre; Jane Baldwin
5. Collective Creation in Documentary Theatre; Attilio Favorini
PART II: THE SECOND WAVE
6. Crossroads and Confluence: Collective Creation, 1945-1985; Scott Proudfit and Kathryn Mederos Syssoyeva
7. Collective Creation as a Theatre of Immanence: Deleuze and The Living Theatre; Laura Cull
8. Something Queer at the Heart of It: Collaboration Between John Cage and Merce Cunningham; Michael Hunter
9. Shared Space and Shared Pages: Collective Creation for Edward Albee and the Playwrights of the Open Theater; Scott Proudfit
10. Against Efficiency: The Théâtre du Soleil's Experimental Relations of Production; David Calder
11. From Mao to the Feeling Circle: The Limits and Endurance of Collective Creation; Victoria Lewis
12. Who's in Charge?: The Collective Nature of Early Chicano Theatre; Jorge A. Huerta
13. Collective Creation in Quebec: Function and Impact; Jean-Marc Larrue
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