Harry Newman on ‘character’, lockdown TV viewing and the early modern paywall and reboot

ABL #47,  16 June, 2020

In:  Conversations, Performance, Theatre

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Harry Newman tells us about the idea of fictional character as a kind of ‘virtual human’ or ‘models of humanity’. We hear about spacious fictional worlds on TV and in the early modern playhouse, and Harry asks if the early modern period had the concepts of the paywall and reboot, and considers literature and performance as an ‘ongoing experiment in world-building’.


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