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Editors

Peta Tait and Jung-Soon Shim
A special focus issue of Australasian Drama Studies
Issue 49 October 2006

Contents

  • Jung-Soon Shim

    Introduction: Translating Emotions for the Local Audience
  • Peta Tait

    Introduction: Reasoning Emotions in Theatre
  • Sue-Ellen Case

    Musical The Last Empress: A Korean Staging of Woman and Nation
  • Jung-Soon Shim

    Performing Emotion Interculturally: The Korean Production of Love Child
  • Peta Tait

    Embodying Love: Mother Meets Daughter in Theatre for Cultural Exchange
  • Yoon-Taek Lee

    Translated by John Cha and Jung-Soon Shim
    Playscript: O Gu: The Ritual of Death
  • Julie Holledge

    O Gu: A Cross-cultural Case Study of Emotional Expression
    in Contemporary Korean and Australian Theatre
  • Helena Grehan

    Testimony and Ambivalence in Sandakan Threnody
  • Maria Brigida De Miranda

    Translated by Daniel Yencken and Maria Brigida De Miranda
    Training Actions to Convey Theatrical Emotions: An Interview with Brazilian Director Maria Thais

Reviews

  • Hilary Halba, Frangipani Perfume and Dianna Fuemana, Mapaki (Wellington: The Play Press, 2004); Oscar Kightley and Simon Small, Fresh Off the Boat (Wellington: The Play Press, 2005); Albert Wendt, The Songmaker’s Chair (Wellington: Huia, 2004) by Makerita Urale;
  • Jerry C. Jaffe, Noh Business (Berkeley: Atelos, 2005) by Murray Edmond;
  • Peta Tait, The Dolls’ Revolution: Australian Theatre and the Cultural Imagination (Melbourne: Australian Scholarly, 2005) by Rachel Fensham and Denise Varney, with Maryrose Casey and Laura Ginters;
  • Julian Meyrick, Not Wrong – Just Different: Observations on the Rise of Contemporary Theatre (Sydney: Currency Press, 2005) by Katherine Brisbane;
  • Carolyn D’Cruz, Beneath the Sequined Surface: An Insight into Sydney Drag (Sydney: Currency Press, 2006) by Carol Langley;
  • Ian Maxwell, Electoral Guerilla Theatre: Radical Ridicule and Social Movements (New York and London: Routledge, 2005) by L. M. Bogad;
  • Ronaldo Morelos, The Aesthetics of the Oppressed (London and New York: Routledge, 2006) by Augusto Boal;
  • Ian Gaskell, A Boal Companion: Dialogues on Theatre and Cultural Politics (New York and London: Routledge, 2006) eds Jan Cohen-Cruz and Mandy Schutzman;
  • Sally Gardner, Exhausting Dance: Performance and the Politics of Movement (New York and London: Routledge, 2006) by Andre Lepecki;
  • Ian Maxwell, The Path of the Actor (London and New York: Routledge, 2005) by Michael Chekhov, (edited by Andrei Kirillov and Bella Martin).

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