Fan critics, theatre zines, and institutional credibility. / Vaughan, Megan.

Theatre Fandom. ed. / Kirsty Sedgman. University of Iowa Press, 2020.

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Fan critics, theatre zines, and institutional credibility. / Vaughan, Megan.

Theatre Fandom. ed. / Kirsty Sedgman. University of Iowa Press, 2020.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Harvard

Vaughan, M 2020, Fan critics, theatre zines, and institutional credibility. in K Sedgman (ed.), Theatre Fandom. University of Iowa Press.

APA

Vaughan, M. (2020). Fan critics, theatre zines, and institutional credibility. Manuscript submitted for publication. In K. Sedgman (Ed.), Theatre Fandom University of Iowa Press.

Vancouver

Vaughan M. Fan critics, theatre zines, and institutional credibility. In Sedgman K, editor, Theatre Fandom. University of Iowa Press. 2020

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Vaughan, Megan. / Fan critics, theatre zines, and institutional credibility. Theatre Fandom. editor / Kirsty Sedgman. University of Iowa Press, 2020.

BibTeX

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abstract = "A) The framing of critics as fans can reimagine the way we value different forms of critique and reconfigure persistent hierarchies within the critical community. B) My own history as a theatre blogger and zinemaker exemplifies some of the broader questions of form and motivation which amateur critics must negotiate. C) The theatre industry’s current enthusiasm for the fanzine, a nostalgic form of ‘DIY’ publication, is not as politicised, democratic and countercultural as they think it is.",
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