Co-edited book 'Good Luck Everybody: Lone Twin - Journeys, Performances, Conversations' (Aberystwyth: Performance Research Books, 2011; ISBN 978-1-906499-02-0) and evidence of practice-based research in Lone Twin projects. / Williams, David (Editor); Lavery, Carl (Editor).

364 p. Aberystwyth, Wales : PR Books. 2011, Edited book with supporting material on practice-based research.

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Contributors: Emma Brodzinski, Augusto Corrieri, Thomas Frank, John Hall, Daniel Ladnar, Barry Laing, Carl Lavery, Lone Twin (Gregg Whelan and Gary Winters), Larry Lynch, Esther Pilkington, Rebecca Shatwell,, Nina Tecklenberg, Patrick Primavesi, Alan Read and David Williams.

This book contextualizes, documents and analyses the performance and theatre work of Lone Twin – Gregg Whelan and Gary Winters - a duo who, for the past decade, have been recognised internationally as one of the UK's most inventive and engaging performance collaborations. By adopting a number of different theoretical and interdisciplinary perspectives, the internationally respected team of scholars and artists assembled in this volume aim to engage creatively and critically with Lone Twin's divergent themes and diverse modes of practice. Divided into four themed sections, the book explores Lone Twin's interest in live performance, journeys, places, walking, encounters with other people, language and narrative. Each section includes original interviews and essays, performance texts and photographs from the company, and has been designed to enable readers to navigate their way through the book on their own terms. In this way, the publication locates Lone Twin within a contemporary landscape of experimental performance making, and seeks to pay homage, in a deliberately playful manner, to the participatory and optimistic energies that characterise Whelan's and Winters' creative work.
Original languageEnglish
TypeEdited book with supporting material on practice-based research
Media of outputBook and paper portfolio
PublisherPR Books
Number of pages364
Place of PublicationAberystwyth, Wales
ISBN (Print)978-1-906499-02-0
Publication statusPublished - May 2011
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