By Royona Mitra

via seven key case reviews from Khan's oeuvre, this booklet demonstrates how Akram Khan's 'new interculturalism' is a problem to the Eighties western 'intercultural theatre' venture, as a extra nuanced and embodied method of representing Othernesses, from his personal place of the Other.

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