You are hereHome › Department & College Collections › Performance and Spirituality: 2010-2015 (Archive) › Caught in the Act Style American Medical Association (JAMA)APAChicago 16 - author-dateChicago 17IEEEModern Language Association (MLA)National Library of Medicine Choose the citation style. Search for this publication on Google Scholar Kubiak, A. (2012). Caught in the Act: Brecht, Handke and Dzogchen. Performance And Spirituality, 3(1). Caught in the Act Details Type journal article Title Caught in the Act: Brecht, Handke and Dzogchen Contributor(s) Kubiak, Anthony (author)(editor)(translator) Located In Performance and Spirituality ISSN 2157-4049 Volume 3 Issue 1 Date 2012 Use/Reproduction In Copyright Abstract In this article, Kubiak proposes that we can trace a continuity of estrangements, metacommentaries, and alienation effects running through theatre’s history. This he does by placing the self-reflexivity of Brechtian and other contemporary performance theories alongside the Mahamudra and Dzogchen approaches to meditation.