New articles and commissions bringing a fresh eye to the print archive

Thomas Wilson  takes to the Tardis and time-travels through the archive, landing on key events for UK contemporary circus

Penny Francis, founder of the Puppet Centre Trust, and a tireless advocate and supporter of puppetry for more than 50 years, casts an expert eye over the archive

What is this thing called dance? Drawing on the archive, dance artist and performance maker Skye Reynolds reflects on her multi-artform practice

Where are the Black British women in the Total Theatre Magazine Print Archive, and in British theatre generally? Actor, writer and artist Anna-Maria Nabirye dives in  

Peta Lily on the early days of mime, her work as a soloist and collaborator, and the emergence of Dark Clown

From Lublin to London: actor Florence Isabel Brady considers the legacy of Jerzy Grotowski in contemporary theatre making

 Dancer, performance artist and long-term Total Theatre Magazine contributor Miriam King offers a personal reflection on the archive

Musician, manager, medieval theatre player, broker of workshops – Dick McCaw on the path that led him to the International Workshop Festival and beyond

Aerialist, Shibari artist, cabaret performer, porn star – one body, many roles. Maisy Taylor reflects on the body as metaphor, and pushing the performing body to its limits

Brazilian site-responsive theatre maker, artist and PhD researcher Marilia Ennes goes treasure hunting in the archive