Issue 21

Australasian Drama Studies

Women in Theatre

Number 21 October 1992


Contents

GAYE POOLE

A very humanitarian type of socialism: an interview with Mona Brand

PETA TAIT

The act of forming anew: the Melbourne Women’s Theatre Group

CAROL STEVENSON

Vitalstatistix Theatre Company: feminist diplomacy in action

JOCELYN McKINNON

Breaking new ground: an interview with Sandra Shotlander

HEATHER M. WEARNE

Discourses of disruption and Alma De Groen’s The Rivers of China

PLAYSCRIPT:

JULIA’S SONG by Jennifer Compton Introduced by Carolyn Pickett

PLAYSCRIPT

OUT OF THE BLUE by Therese Collie Introduced by Hilary Beators

BRUCE JOHNSON and MIKE SUTCLIFFE

Barbara James: a career in Australian popular music

HELEN GILBERT

Telling it in multiple layers: an interview with Jill Shearer

JOSIE FANTASIA

Considering gender in nineteenth-century Australian theatre history: the case of Maggie Moore