SEEPFullSlavic and East European Performance

Established in 1981, SEEP (formerly called Soviet and East European Performance) brings readers lively, authoritative accounts of drama, theatre, and film in Russia and Eastern Europe. The journal includes features on important plays in performance, archival documents, innovative productions, significant revivals, emerging artists, and the latest in film. SEEP went out of print in 2013, but MESTC is in the process of making the entire back catalogue of Slavic and East European Performance available online.
Edited by the late Distinguished Professor Daniel Gerould.

Each issue of Slavic and East European Performance contains valuable articles and often surprising discoveries of previously unknown material.” – Jan Kott

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