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Rhizome and fructification: Matthew Zajac’s The Tailor of Inverness (2008)

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Danièle Berton

Université Blaise Pascal, Clermand-Ferrand 2
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Abstract

The Tailor of Inverness is concerned with the life and adventures of Mateusz Zajac, tailor, narrated and performed by his son Matthew, Dogstar Theatre Artistic Director. This article examines how the concept of rhizomic pattern, minutely dealt with by the philosophers Deleuze and Guattari, underlies Matthew Zajac’s auto/biographical dramatic work which is shown to be be more than a simple quest for personal roots.

An outline of the production's history is included at the end of this article.

How to Cite: Berton, D., 2011. Rhizome and fructification: Matthew Zajac’s The Tailor of Inverness (2008). International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen, 4(2), pp.3–18.
Published on 01 Jun 2011.
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