I will conclude with three performance examples that produced effects in and across Polish public spheres that embody many of the main arguments I have set out in this book. The first relates to national negotiations of ethnic visibility and the policing of collective memory, the second to the inclusion of ethnic others, while the third concerns critiques of public decency that resulted in mass demonstrations. In each case, the theatre as a producer of discourse and (counter)publics, an arbiter of cultural identity and morality and a space for visibility reveal the ongoing significance of this artistic form ...
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