Issue 28

Australasian Drama Studies

Number 28 April 1996

 

Contents

KEIJI SAWADA

The Japanese version of The Floating World: a cross-cultural event between Japan and Australia

JIM SHARMAN

In the realm of the imagination: an individual view of theatre

ROBERT JORDAN

Visualising the Sydney Theatre, 1796

REMY DAVISON

Outside lookingin: an interview with Ray Mooney

DAVID WILLIAMS in conversation with DAVID GEORGE

Listening to images: pleasures and/in the gift

CAROLYN PICKETT

‘The past is here’: an interview with Tes Lyaslotis

MICHAEL HALLIWELL

‘the space between’: postcolonial opera?- the Meale/Malouf adaptation of Voss

SUSAN CROFT

A lost Australian playwright: ‘A Lady’, c.1850

‘A LADY’

A Dialogue Between a Stump Orator and a Noted Squatter

PAUL MAKEHAM

Singing the landscape: Bran Nue Dae

KATH LEAHY

Power and Presence in the actor-training institution audition

GAY McAULEY

Theatre practice and critical theory

GLENN D’CRUZ

Artists into academics/academics into artists: the University of Melbourne performance drama program 1975-94

Appendix: An open letter to gay Gay McAuley