Issue 36

Australasian Drama Studies

Issue 36, April 2000

 

Contents

The 1999 Rex Cramphorn memorial lecture: Tearing the cat

NEIL ARMFIELD AND GEOFFREY RUSH

Nindethana and the National Black Theatre: interrogating the mythology of the New Wave

MARYROSE CASEY

The 'original' Downstage and the theatre of its history

MURRAY EDMOND

Community/communitas: renegotiating community theatre today. An interview with Graham Pitts

MIKE FOSTER

'The city's surrounded by fire': Michael Gow's The Kid

PAUL MAKEHAM

The testimonial stage: theatrical presentations of the prisoner of war, 1995

JULIA MANT

'Orders of nature': press, gender and performance in colonial Western Australia 1839-1880

BILL DUNSTONE

Fighting Jack: a brief Australia melodrama

MARGARET WILLIAMS and HILARY GOLDER

Reviews

The woman in the Window by Alma De Groen

MEREDITH ROGERS

Chilling and Killing my Annabel Lee by Aidan Fennessy and Secret Bridesmaid's Business by Elizabeth Coleman

GEOFFREY MILNE

X-Stacey by Margery Forde

MELISSA WESTERN

The Dogs Play and a A Few Roos Loose in the Top Paddock by Tee O'Neill

JULIAN MEYRICK