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Everywhere and Somewhere: Performance After the End of Space A short pecha kucha format video about performances about the War on Terror that take place both everywhere and yet somewhere. Created as an online feature for Canadian Theatre Review 176 (2018). See here for fourother excellent pecha: Thanks to Alana Gerecke and Laura Levin for editing it and to David Jones for helping with the recording.

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