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Mike Pearson

Mike Pearson is Leverhulme Research Fellow and Professor of Performance Studies at Aberystwyth University. He is co-author with Michal Shanks of Theatre/ Archaeology (2001) and author of ‘In Comes I’: Performance, Memory and Landscape (2006); Site-Specific Performance (UEP, 2010); Mickery Theater: An Imperfect Archaeology(2011) and Marking Time: Performance, Archaeology and the City (UEP, 2013)

He has made theatre professionally for over forty years, notably with Brith Gof (1981-97) and Pearson/Brookes (1997-present). With Mike Brookes, he co-conceived and co-directed The Persians (2010) and Coriolanus for National Theatre Wales, the latter in collaboration with the Royal Shakespeare Company as a contribution to the World Shakespeare Festival/London 2012.

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In Comes I

‘In Comes I’ explores performance and land, biography and locality, memory and place. The book reflects on performances past and present, taking the form of a series of excursions into the agricultural landscape of eastern England, and drawing from archaeology, geomorphology, folklore, and local and family history.

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9780859897884 | Published: 2007
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9780859897877 | Published: 2007
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9780859899215 | Published: 2015
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Marking Time

This book charts a genealogy of alternative practices of theatre-making since the 1960s in one particular city – Cardiff. In a series of five itineraries, it visits fifty sites where significant events occurred, setting performances within local topographical and social contexts, and in relation to a specific architecture and polity.

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9780859898768 | Published: 2013
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9780859898751 | Published: 2013
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9780859899710 | Published: 2015
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9780859899864 | Published: 2015
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