Framing entextualization in improv: Intertextuality as an interactional resource

Material TypeArticleLanguageEnglish
TitleFraming entextualization in improv: Intertextuality as an interactional resource Author(S)Anna Marie Trester (Author)
Abstract  This study explores a type of language play among a community of improvisational theater (improv) performers, focusing on their strategic deployment of texts in interactions collected backstage while the troupe prepares for performance. Building on the work of Bauman & Briggs (1990), I adopt a process approach to the analysis of intertextuality ...Paginationp237-258
SubjectSociologyDescriptorsSociolinguistics
Journal TitleLanguage in Society  
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