What Makes a Piece of Digital Theatre?

Contributor: Joe Strickland

Joe Strickland is a theatre maker and mixed reality storyteller who researches interactivity, presence and liveness across various different live and digital media. They are a developing artist with the Nottingham Playhouse, a studio member with Near Now, and an Artistic Director at Chronic Insanity, currently staging 12 shows in 12 months.

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