Issue 27

Australasian Drama Studies

Women Making Theatre for Social Change

Number 27 October 1995


Contents

PETA TAIT, JULIE HOLLEDGE and TONY MITCHELL

Introduction

JULIE HOLLEDGE

‘The monster is still there’: an interview with Fe Remotigue

MINDANAO CULTURAL WORKERS with JULIE HOLLEDGE

‘To heal our social ills’: community theatre practice in the Philippines

MATRA ROBERTSON

Korean shamanism: an interview with Kim Kum hwa

MEEWON LEE

Sahmanism and Korean theatre

JUNG SOON SHIM

Awakening self: images of women in modern Korean drama

KAREN HEESON-SMITH

‘True people’s theatre’: an interview with Ranjana Pandey

LI YING NING

Tradition and its re-creation

FATIMA CHEBCHOUB

The female artist in Morocco: with references to actresses

ANNE-MARIE MORGAN

Three approaches to modern theatre in Jakarta in the 1990s: Rendra, Putta Wijaya and Ratna Sarumpaet

PLAYSCRIPT: Ms Serena Serenata & Beaset, Luv! By Merlinda Bobis

TONY MITCHELL

‘High Art’ and Low Purse’” Adelaide Ristori tours Australia 22 July- 4 December 1875 Part Two

SUSAN PFISTERER

Cultural anxiety and the new woman playwright: Mrs E.S.Haviland’s On Wheels

NOTE: Performance studies – a reply by Gay McAuley