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What Liturgical Performance accomplishes is a workable approach to liturgy-as-event without a text-based analysis. It presumes that both theatre and liturgy are performing arts among the great variety that exists in the world, including dance, mime, puppetry and ritual. It relies on a specific performance analysis that certainly takes into account the dramatic or liturgical script, but is by no means bound to, or even reliant on that analysis. "O'Regan's essay makes a wonderful and eminently useful contribution to the art of celebrating God's true presence in our midst. " - Richard McCall "In this profound and pragmatic book, James O'Regan has done a remarkable thing." - Peter Froelich "The use of Stanislavski's performance method strikes this reader as particularly apt..." - David Stosur

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