Abstract

If the recent attention given to Pig Iron Theatre Company is any indication, 2010 may be the year of the pig. Although the group's founders met 20 years ago, it was their 2003 show James Joyce Is Dead and So Is Paris: The Lucia Joyce Cabaret and the 2010 production of Chekhov Lizardbrain that landed the Philadelphia group in the New York theatre scene. Pig Iron's abiding investment in adaptation's possibilities and continued commitment to physically intricate performance is now being passed on through their latest venture: a training program in physical theatre.

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