British playwright Howard Barker coined the term “theatre of catastrophe” to describe his unique brand of complex, poetic, ambiguous, and often unsettling drama. Revered by many – not least in continental Europe, North America and Australia – as one of the greatest living dramatists in the English language, Barker is also a celebrated poet, theater theorist and painter. The first collection of interviews conducted with Barker throughout his illustrious career, Howard Barker Interviews 1980–2010: Conversations in Catastrophe, gives a strong sense of the life and work of this innovative dramatist.
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