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Total Theatre Magazine
Total Theat Mag

Published/Hosted by Total Theatre Network. ISSN: 0960-6106.

Total Theatre Magazine is a quarterly print publication that celebrates and promotes innovative contemporary theatre and physical/visual performance. It is published by Total Theatre Network, which is an Arts Council England core-funded national organisation that exists to support and advocate the artform 'total theatre'. The definition of 'total theatre' is fluid, but our remit includes forms such as physical and devised theatre, visual performance, live art, street arts, circus, mime, new music theatre and puppetry. Total Theatre Magazine has two inter-related functions: It is a vital and unique specialist publication for contemporary performance and it is the public face of Total Theatre Network. Total Theatre Magazine is principally aimed at the professional performance sector and also has interest and relevance to performing arts audiences and to those with a general interest in the arts. Total Theatre Magazine aims for an informed and authoritative voice, written in a journalistic rather than academic style. It is written by and for performance practitioners: the approach to the work is always informed by this practical involvement. Each issue of Total Theatre Magazine contains features, news and previews, listings and other information about and for the 'total theatre' sector. Many articles are placed to link with events happening within the quarter - such as Total Theatre's own events which include Total Theatre Talks or other symposia or seminars, the Edinburgh Festival Fringe Total Theatre Awards, and events/festivals we collaborate with including the London International Mime Festival and Visions International Festival of Visual Performance. Total Theatre Magazine aims to represent as wide a spectrum of performance practice as possible, and to keep a balance between covering both well-known and lesser-known artists and events, and to cover work presented both within and outside of conventional theatre and art spaces.

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