Issue 34


Australasian Drama Studies

Issue 34, April 1999

 

Contents

The 1998 Rex Cramphorn memorial lecture: Become the change

LINDY DAVIES

From minstrel tenor to vaudeville showman: Harry Clay, 'a friend of the Australia performer'

CLAY DJUBAL

'Looking closer afield': Carillo Gantner on Australian theatre and Asia

PETER COPEMAN

Moving bodies across cultures: an analysis of a Vietnamese/Australian dance and music project

CHERYL STOCK

'Help me, I'm drowning!' calls the man in Jenny Kemp's The black sequin dress: heterosexual masculinity in feminist performance

DENISE VARNEY and RACHEL FENSHAM

Waxworks shows and some of their proprietors in Australia, 1850s-1910s

MIMI COLLIGAN

Negotiating discovery in The Geography of Haunted Places

HELENA GREHAN

Objects of curiosity and subjects of discovery: humans on show

JANE GOODALL

Reviews

Navigating by Katherine Thomas

GEOFFREY MILNE

Australian Women's Drama: texts and feminisms

RACHEL FENSHAM

Honour and Redemption by Joanna-Murray Smith

VERONICA KELLY

Love suicides by John Romeril and Some Mother's Son by Jill O'Callaghan

GEOFFREY MILNE

King Edward III 

DAVID CARNEGIE

Ms-Directing Shakespeare by Elizabeth Schafer

PHILLIPA KELLY

Franquin, Master Showman by Jenny Rowley Lees

MARK GAUNTLETT

The Road to Nhill: original screenplay by Alison Tilson and The Boys: The Screenplay by Stephen Sewell

JONATHAN DAWSON

John Barrymore, Shakespearean Actor by Michael A Morrison and Much Ado About Nothing ed. John F Cox

PENNY GAY

Our Australian Theatre in the 1990s ed Veronica Kelly, and Sightlines: Race, Gender and Nation in Contemporary Australian Drama by Helen Gilbert

ALAN FILEWOOD