Lanark: A Life in Three Acts

Eatough, G. and Greig, D. (2015) Lanark: A Life in Three Acts. [Performance]

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Lanark: A Life in Three Acts was a series of performances directed by Graham Eatough for the Citizens Theatre Glasgow and the Edinburgh International Festival in 2014. The production adapted Alasdair Gray's iconic Scottish novel in a major new work for the stage. Graham collaborated with writer David Greig, composer Nick Powell, designer Laura Hopkins, video designer Simon Wainwright and lighting designer Nigel Edwards. The project forms part of Graham's ongoing practice as research into collaborative dramaturgies and dramaturgical approaches to adaptation as a part of the Theatre Studies dramaturgy research hub.

Item Type:Performance
Performance Type:Drama
Audience Size:500+
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Keywords:Alasdair Gray, David Greig, collaborative dramaturgy, adaptation, suspect culture.
Glasgow Author(s) Enlighten ID:Eatough, Dr Graham
Authors: Eatough, G., and Greig, D.
College/School:College of Arts > School of Culture and Creative Arts > Theatre Film and TV Studies
Publisher:Citizens Theatre, Edinburgh International Festival
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