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Cultural Scripts of Language and Sexuality in Martinican Theater: The Improvisational Impasse

Essay Excerpt

This article compares certain practices and identities performed in an improvisational theater workshop with normative public practices and identities performed in official and daily contexts. By official contexts I mean a particular nexus of local and national (French) government departments, institutions, and commercial enterprises. By daily contexts I mean public spaces (parks, streets and sidewalks, beaches, outdoor markets) outside the theatrical rehearsal room (89).

Murray, D. A. B. "Cultural Scripts of Language and Sexuality in Martinican Theater: The Improvisational Impasse." Cultural Anthropology 14.1(1999): 88–110.

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