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Hand and Wilson have unraveled the myths surrounding the Grand-Guignol to explain in unprecedented depth this unique phenomenon in popular theatre and horror culture. Hand and Wilson have had a major role in the renaissance of the form in academia and also in the professional theatre and media. Their research has enjoyed extensive media coverage and the plays the authors have published have been performed internationally.

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The result was an intense evening of theatre designed to terrify and titillate the spectator through a mixture of horror, laughter and the erotic. Maltby to write plays for it.

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Richard J. Their research has subjected the Grand-Guignol form, legend and subsequent influence to unparalleled scrutiny.

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This has been achieved through archival research in France, the UK and the US ; theoretical analysis and practical investigation in the drama studios at the University of South Wales and through touring productions. Independently, Hand has explored in depth Conrad's association with the British Grand-Guignol, which has included Hand directing and touring in the world premiere of Conrad's Grand-Guignol play Laughing Anne the script of which he will be publishing, with British Academy support, in the forthcoming Cambridge critical edition of Conrad's plays. Gray Watson [I.

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