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The New Intimacy: rihannaboi95 and Web Theatre

This article will be FREE TO READ from January 20, 2015, to January 27, 2015.
Jordan Tannahill’s article appeared in CTR 159: Digital Performance. The article provides a summary of the creation and dissemination of Jordan Tannahill’s live-streamed Internet play rihannaboi95 and contextualizes it within the broader, emergent practice of web theatre. Jordan won the Governor General’s Award for drama, and his play rihannaboi9 garnered him the 2013 Dora Mavor Moore Award. He was recently featured in Now Magazine and the National Post.

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