1. Introduction: In and Out: Intermedial Practice in the New Public Sphere; Katia Arfara, Aneta Mancewicz, Ralf Remshardt.- 2. Intermedial Theatre in a Mediatized Culture and Society; Chiel Kattenbelt.- 3. Intermedial Performance as a Public Sphere; Aneta Mancewicz.- 4. 'Mirrors of Public Space.' An Interview with Dries Verhoeven; Liesbeth Groot Nibbelink.- 5. Democracy with a Toothbrush: Protest, Performance, and the Public Sphere; Christopher Balme.- 6. Refugee Theatre in the (Inter)medial Matrix: Die Schutzbefohlenen and the Limits of Theatre as Public Sphere; Ralf Remshardt.- 7. 'Heterotopian Transformations.' An Interview with Akira Takayama; Natsuko Odate.- 8. Troubled Feedback Loop: The Rise and Fall of Estonia by Theatre NO99; Riina Oruaas.- 9. Between Art, Society, Representation, and Subjectivity: Wojtek Ziemilski's Prolog. Anna R. Burzynska.- 10. 'The Intimacy of Public Space.' An Interview with Kris Verdonck; Kristof van Baarle.- 11. Empire Strikes Back: The 2014 Maidan Revolution in Ukraine, Postmodern Spectatorship, and the Battle of Perception in the Public Sphere; Olga Danylyuk.- 12. The Politics of the Digital Public Sphere: On Rabih Mroue's The Pixelated Revolution; Katia Arfara.- 13. 'Almost Like a Teaching Play.' An Interview with Daniel Wetzel/Rimini Protokoll; Florian Malzacher.- 14. Re-materialising the Theatrical Public Sphere through Intermediality in Grass Stage's World Factory; Zheyu Wei.- 15. Intermediating Immanence: On Ho Tzu Nyen's Ten Thousand Tigers; Mi You.- 16. 'Reality is the Best Scenario.' An Interview with BERLIN; Kurt Vanhoutte and Charlotte de Somviele.
Katia Arfara is Theatre and Dance Artistic Director of the
Onassis Cultural Centre in Athens, Greece, and founder of the Fast
Forward Festival. She is the author of the book Theatralites
contemporaines and the editor of the special issue 'Scenes en
transition-Balkans et Grece' for Theatre/Public (2016).
Aneta Mancewicz is Lecturer in Drama and Theatre Arts at the University of Birmingham, UK. Her articles on Shakespearean performance, intermediality, and European theatre have appeared in many journals. She is the author of Intermedial Shakespeares on European Stages and Biedny Hamlet [Poor Hamlet].
Ralf Remshardt is Professor of Theatre and interim Director in the School of Theatre and Dance, University of Florida, USA. He has worked in professional and university theatres as a director, translator, and dramaturg. He is author of Staging the Savage God: The Grotesque in Performance. He also co-produced a documentary film about New York Hispanic theatre in 2015.