Issue 41

Australasian Drama Studies

Number 41 October 2002

Dance and Physical Theatre
Edited by Adrian Kiernander
A special focus issue of Australasian Drama Studies

Contents

Unnatural Bodies from Violent and Queer Acts in Australian Physical Theatre
PETA TAIT

On Physical Theatre: A Roundtable Discussion from 'Not Yet It's Difficult' with Peter Eckersall, Paul Jackson, David pledger, Greg Ulfan
PETER ECKERSALL

Into the Wilderness: Gilgul's 'Physical' Theatre 1994
ALISON RICHARDS and YONI PRIOR

Spectacle Effects and Performers of the Sydney Olympics Opening Ceremony
MICHAEL COHEN

An Epic of New Circus
MARTINE MALEVAL translated by JANE MULLETT

Dreaming the Future: The Emergence of Bangarra Dance Theatre
STEPHANIE BURRIDGE

Story Space in Bangarra's Pride: An Imperative for Reconciliation
CELIA WEISS

Documents in Australian Postmodern Dance: Two Interviews with Lucy Guerin
JONATHAN MARSHALL

Reviews

BEN PAYNE, Blak Inside by John Harding

JONATHAN DAWSON, Blue Murder: The Screenplay by Ian David and Ned Kelly: The Screenplay by John Michael McDonagh

SUSAN LEVER, Grassroots: Series One by Geoffrey Atherton, Katherine Thomson and Michael Brindley

PETER FITZPATRICK, See How It Runs: Nimrod and the New Wave by Julian Meyrick

SIMON WOODS, The Art of Stillness by Paul Allain

BRIDGET MARY AITCHISON, To the Actor on the Technique of Acting by Michael Chekhov and Acting (Re)considered: A Theoretical and Practical Guide ed., Phillip B. Zarrilli

DAVID WATT, Performing Democracy: International Perspectives on Urban Community-Based Performance ed. Susan C. Haedicke and Tobin Nellhaus