Cindy Oswin – On The Fringe

April 8, 2010 UFHweb 0

  The Interviews 'In beginning to assess my own working life, I realise that I have lived through one of the most exciting times in British theatre history. I belong to a group of artists who, in the late sixties, brought theatre from its stuffy position in proscenium venues out into the streets and into non-theatre spaces for the first time in centuries. This work was largely undocumented at the time, so it is important that the working methods of the experimental companies and the personal stories of the artists are recorded now – before it is too late. Since […]