Issue 46

Australasian Drama Studies

Number 46 April 2005

 

Contents

Marking Masculinities

Remembering masculinities in the theatre of war
JONATHAN BOLLEN

The misfit male body in Adelaide Theatre, 1959
BRUCE PARR

What’s a man to do? Images of rural Australian masculinities in three plays of the 1950s: Reedy River, The Bastard Country and Lola Montez
ADRIAN KIERNANDER

Women, Places, Narratives

‘The play’s the thing’ no longer: non-linear narrative Kate Champion’s Same, same But Different
ROSEMARY KLITCH

Identity performance in Northern Ireland and Australia: The Belle of the Belfast City and Radiance
REBECCA PELAN

Experiencing Kane: an affective analysis of Sarah Kane’s ‘experiential’ theatre in performance
ALYSON CAMPBELL

Crosscultural Encounters

Brave ‘new world’: Asian voices in the Theatre of Aotearoa
LISA WARRINGTON

Official amnesias and embodiments of memory in Australia’s Top End
LESLEY DELMENICO

‘Here’s a marvelous convenient place for our rehearsal’: Shakespeare in Australian space
ROSEMARY GABY

Reviews

RICHARD FOTHERINGHAM, Shashibiya: Staging Shakespeare in China by Li Ruru

BRIDGET MARY AITCHISON, Merely Players? Actors’ Accounts of Performing Shakespeare by Jonathan Holmes and Inside the Royal Shakespeare Company: Creativity and Institution by Colin Chambers;

VICTOR EMELJANOW, Alice May, Gilbert and Sullivan’s First Prima Donna by Adrienne Simpson

HOWARD McNAUGHTON, Oscar Asche, Orientalism, and British Musical Comedy by Brian Singleton

RUSSELL FEWSTER, Konstantin Stanislavsky by Bella Martin and Vsevolod Meyerhold by Jonathon Pitches

ADRIAN KIERNANDER, Dodin and the Maly Drama Theatre: Process to Performance by Maria Shevtsova

MARYROSE CASEY, Theatre Australia (Un)limited: Australian Theatre Since the 1950s by Geoffrey Milne

WILLIAM PETERSON, Staging Nation: English Language Theatre in Malaysia and Singapore by Jacqueline Lo

GLEN D’CRUZ, Alternatives: Debating Theatre Culture in the Age of Con-Fusion ed. Peter Eckersall, Uchino Tadashi and Moriyama Naoto