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51) reminds us, must be read as performative and theatricalised events because they ineluctably assume, through televised mass repetition, the dimensions of theatre--of cruelty, terror and violence: 'Following the axiomatic assumption of performance studies, theatre can never occur once; it can only occur twice, or many times, in its ceaseless repetition'.
He is known for his bellicose and inflammatory speeches, often followed by a round of dance and stick waving in the grand styles of Sudanese riverain patriarchy, theatricalised of course to serve the purposes of state power.