Issue 29

Australasian Drama Studies

Theatre and the Canadian Imaginary

Number 29 October 1996

 

JOANNE TOMPKINS

Canadian virtual realities: Canadian theatre and Australian theatre criticism

ANN WILSON

Border crossing: the technologies of identity in Fronteras Americans

ALAN FILEWOD

The comintern and the canon: Workers’ Theatre, Eight Men Speak and the genealogy of mise-en-scene

SHEILA RABILLARD

The seductions of theatricality: Mamet, Tremblay and political drama

RICHARD PAUL KNOWLES

The theatre of form and the production of meaning: contemporary Canadian dramaturgies

ED NYMAN

Out with the queers: moral triage and George F. Walker’s Theatre of the Film Noir

DENIS SALTER

Blood….Sex….Death….Birth:

Paula de Vascomcelos’s Le Making of de Macbeth: an interview

NATALIE REWA

Astrid Janson’s designs for performance

VALERIE SHANTZ

Colonising Yvette Nolan: the making of an Australian playwright

Playscript: Child by Yvette Nolan

Playscript: The Glace Bay Miners’ Museum by Wendy Lill

HELENE BEAUCHAMP

Of desire, freedom, commitment and the mise en scène as a very fine art: the work of the theatre director

KYM BIRD

Leaping into the breeches: liberal feminism and cross-dressing in Sarah Ann Curzon’s The Sweet Girl Graduate

MARVIN GILMAN

Fennario and Ryga: Canadian political playwrights

CRAIG STEWART WALKER

James Reaney’s The Donnelly’s and the recovery of ‘the ceremony of innocence’