Performing Fugue: Desire, Denial, and Death in Jesus Camp Queen
The following critical response compares Angela J. Latham’s solo performance, Jesus Camp Queen, to a musical fugue. Playing with fugal form on the page, and highlighting the insights of scholars and practitioners of personal narrative performance, the author illuminates the layered and intimate demands of composing the self across social, cultural, and political contexts.
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