Issue 38

Australasian Drama Studies

Number 38 April 2001

 

Contents

‘We Want Hope’: the Power of Indigenous Arts in Australia today. The 2000 Rex Cramphorn Memorial Lecture
WESLEY ENOCH

Whose Turn to Shout? The Crisis in Australia Musical Theatre
PETER FITZPATRICK

Teaching Shakespeare in locked facilities
PHILIPPA KELLY

Post-feminist Physical Theatre: the Abject and the Split Subject in My Vicious Angel by Christine Evans
ADELE CHYNOWETH

Sugar, Land and Belonging: Summer of the Seventeenth Doll and No Sugar
RUSSELL McDOUGALL

‘What Happens to the Spectator of Hysteria’s Realism?’ The Reception of Elizabeth Robins’and Florence Bell’s Alan’s Wife (1893)
SUE THOMAS

Proscenium Arches and Fashion Columns: Brisbane Theatre and the Role of Women During the Wars
DELYSE RYAN

Reviews

GEOFFREY MILNE, Crazy Brave by Michael Gurr and A Beautiful Life by Michael Futcher and Helen Howard

DON BACHELOR, Georgia by Jill Shearer

JONATHAN DAWSON, Looking for Alibrandi: The Screenplay by Melina Marchetta

DENISE VARNEY, Feminist Theatre Practice: A Handbook by Elaine Aston

HAROLD LOVE, Visual Ephemera: Theatrical Art in Nineteenth-century Australia by Anita Calloway

IAN MAXWELL, Corpus Delecti: Performance Art of the Americas ed. Coco Fusco

BARBARA GARLICK, Defiance: Political Theatre in Brisbane 1930-1962 by Connie Healy

HOWARD McNAUGHTON, The Theatre of Form and the Production of Meaning: Contemporary Canadian Dramaturgies by Ric Knowles