In the field of feminist and ecological performance art, Rachel Rosenthal's performance techniques integrate text, movement, voice, choreography, improvisation, inventive costuming, dramatic lighting and imaginative sets into the theatre experience. This work contains some of her scripts.
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Instant Rachel - Charm (1977), The Death Show (1978), My Brazil (1979); the presence of the past - Grand Canyon (1978), Leave her in Naxos (1981), Rachel's Brain (1987); Rachel's Body - Soldier of Fortune (1981), Traps (1982), L.O.W. in Gaia (1986); Mindscape and Escapes from Mind - Gaia, Mon Amour (1983), Amazonia (1990), Pangaean Dreams (1990); Freaks of Nature - Futurefax (1992); Performing Futurehope.
Rachel Rosenthal is Director and Founder of The Rachel Rosenthal Company. In the last 20 years she has presented over 35 full-scale pieces and has developed a revolutionary performance technique that integrates text, movement, voice, choreography, improvisation, inventive costuming, dramatic lighting and wildly imaginative sets. She is an NEA, J Paul Getty Foundation and California Arts Fellow and recipient of numerous awards. Una Chaudhuri is Professor of English and Chair of the Department of Drama at New York University.Una Chaudhuri is Professor of English and Chair of the Department of Drama at New York University.