Issue 33

Australasian Drama Studies

Number 33 Oct 1998

 

TOM BURVIL and CHRIS WORTHAM

Foreward

LLOYD DAVIS

Why speak to the dead?!! Teaching and researching Renaissance drama

FRANCES DEVLIN-GLASS

“Teaching the audience with the play’: feminism and Shakespeare at the Melbourne Theatre Company, 1984-93

PHILLIPA KELLY

‘Laughing in his face’: Australia’s Shakespeare

ADRAIN KIERNANDER

‘Cupid’s bow burn’d; or, difference endangered in John Lily’s Gallathea and Shakespeare’s cross-dress comedies

GEOFFREY MILNE

Shakespeare under the stars: a new ‘Elizabethan’ tradition

ANTHONY MILLER

‘Imperial Caesar’: Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar on the Australian stage, 1856-1889

LUCY POTTER

Hamlet and the scene of pedagogy

KAORI KOBAYASHI

Shakespeare wallah: George C. Miln’s Shakespearean productions in India

MARK MINCHINTON

The right and only direction: Rex Cramphorn, Shakepeare, and the Actor’s Development Stream

PAUL WASHINGTON

‘Bardbiz’ in colonial Australia: the formation of a cultural institution

LLOYD DAVIS

Reviewing the Renaissance