Issue 44

Australasian Drama Studies

Number 44 April 2004

 

Contents

Outside In: Theatre, Networks and Interdisciplinary Perspectives
MARIA SHEVTSOVA

'Hello Wien!'
The Eighth Rex Cramphorn Memorial Lecture
BARRIE KOSKY

Utopia, Maps and Ecstasy: Configuring Space in Barrie Kosky's 1996 Adelaide Festival
MARY ANN HUNTER

Making a Mythopoetic Theatre: Jenny Kemp as Director of an Imaginary Future-Past-Present
RACHEL FENSHAM

The Question of Authenticity in 1960s-1970s Californian Body art: Posing a Challenge to a Concept of Presence
ANJA KANNGIESER

Reconciling Shakespeare and Indigeneity in Australia: Star-Cross'd communities and Racial Tempests
EMMA COX

'...So Many Types, How Can All Be In The Same Category':Questioning Racial Boundaries in Mark de Silva's Stories for Amah
SUSAN PHILLIP

How Gothic is S/He? Three New Zealand Dramas
MURRAY EDMOND

Reviews

IAN MAXWELL, Performance and Evolution in the Age of Darwin: Out of the Natural Order by Jane R Goodall

SIMON DEVEREAUX, The Convict Theatres Early Australia, 1788-1840 by Robert Jordan

MIMI COLLIGAN, The Pollards: A Family and Its Child and Adult Opera Companies in New Zealand and Australia 1880-1910 by Peter Downes

HOWARD McNAUGHTON, Crucible of Cultures: Anglophone Drama at the Dawn of a New Millenium ed. Marc Maufort and Franca Bellarsi

DENISE VARNEY, Popular Theatre: A Sourcebook ed. joel Schechter

ANN WILSON, How Theatre Educates: Convergences & Counterpoints with Artists, Scholars and Advocates ed. Kathleen Gallagher and David Booth

JOANNE TOMPKINS, The Semiotics of Theatre and Drama, second edition by Keir Elam