As a companion collection to Theatres of Affect, Once More, With Feeling celebrates and interrogates the variable experiences of affecting theatre in Canada.
This anthology brings together plays that highlight different types of affective experience—thematically in their content, dramaturgically in their structure, or technically in their production. They focus on how theatre uses a range of feeling-technologies, including plot, haracterization, special effects, and verbatim dialogue, to produce moving moments in performance and to elicit affective responses in audiences.
Bliss by Olivier Choinière, translated by Caryl Churchill
Nanay (Mother): A Testimonial Play by Geraldine Pratt and Caleb Johnson in collaboration with the Philippine Women Centre of BC
RAGE by Michele Riml
The Glass Box by Theatre Terrific, devised by Kyla Harris, Watson Moy, and Susanna Uchatius
The Salon Automaton by Nathalie Claude, translated by Nathalie Claude in close collaboration with Moynan King
Erin Hurley is a director of undergraduate studies and an associate professor in the Department of English at McGill University. Her teaching and research areas focus on Québécois theatre and cultural performance, national performatives, theatre historiography, performance studies, dramatic theory, twentieth-century theatre, and feminist and LGBTQ theatre. Erin has won several awards for her work, including the Pierre Savard Award and the Ann Saddlemyer Award.