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The performer is the most obviously destabilized of this group While Metz's analysis of theatrical spectatorship is clearly based upon insofar as he or she is always playing a role, always literally giving breath his acquaintance with European realistic and naturalistic theater, he is to an Other within the self. 27 Andre Bazin makes a similar point tator is effected rather differently from both, by the specificity of the the when he insists that "the human being is all-important in the theater;' atrical apparatus.
Compassion! "20 At the same time, however, even these universalizing projects must be recognized as producing a counterfeit universal insofar as the "homosexual" in these texts remains a white, male, middle-class subject whose racialized identity is clearly foregrounded by the presence of Belize and Ramon, each of whom rep resents an idealized fantasy: perfectly radical politics and perfectly fuck able body, respectively. Yet intriguingly, this counterfeit universalism also guarantees that this queered national identity will have a certain global purchase.
These differences payer-funded support for any of the arts. Combined government fund ensure that British drama is able to work "on all sorts of levels" and that ing (federal, state, and city) for nonprofit theaters in the United States British writers will produce universal works of art. After all, "Shakespeare accounts for only 5 percent of their total income. And although corpora is in their blood;' and has he not long been regarded as the template for tions, foundations, and individuals pick up some of the slack, the average the natural, eternal genius?
A queer sort of materialism : recontextualizing American theater by David Savran