My primary takeaway from this issue is that the act of innovating is nothing new, and what’s considered innovative often isn’t entirely new, either. Looking at innovation in theatre from the past few years, one can clearly see elements of history and tradition that exist in tandem with revolution, expansion, and disruption. Innovation isn’t created in a vacuum; it comes from somewhere, and that should be acknowledged, perhaps confronted or appreciated depending on the source.
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