Issue 24

Australasian Drama Studies

Number 24 April 1994

 

Contents

MARK GAUNLETT

‘When I count to three’: stage hypnotism and the nature of performance

JOANNE TOMPKINS and LISA MALE

‘Twenty-one native women on motorcycles’: an interview with Tomson Highway

HELEN GILBERT

Monumental moments: Michael Gow’s 1841, Stephen Sewell’s Hale, Louis Nowra’s Capricornia and Australia’s Bicentenary

LYNDA SCHULZ

Theatre for the seven hundred: William Takaka’s dream for the National Theatre Company of Papua New Guinea

VERONICA KELLY

‘A form of music’: an interview with Nick Enright

BRUCE PARR

Peter Kenna’s The Cassidy Album: a call for re-viewing

ROBYN ARCHER

Introduction to Emma

PLAYSCRIPT: EMMA by Graham Pitts

IRIS O’LOUGHLIN

‘I refuse to give easy answers’: an interview with Therese Radic

MARK ST LEON

Robert Avis Radford: ‘The Tasmanian Astley’

ADRIENNE SIMPSON

Footlights and Fenians: the adventures of a touring concert party in gold-rush

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