Issue 48

Australasian Drama Studies

Number 48 April 2006


Contents

CAROL LANGLEY
Borrowed Voice: The Art of Lip-Synching in Sydney Drag

LYNDON TERRACINI
The Culture of Place: Making Australian Theatre

THE COSMOPOLITAN AND THE EXPAT

NICOLE ANAE
Adventures in Nineteenth-Century Gender-Bending: Lady Emilia Don in Tasmania, 1862 and 1865

ANNA BEMROSE
The Boy from Mount Gambier: Robert Helpmann’s Early Career in Australia (1917–1932)

STEPHEN VAGG
Frank Harvey: Australian Screenwriting Pioneer

FIONA GREGORY
High-Cultural Histrionics: Judith Anderson’s 1955 Australian Tour

OF WAR, HAUNTED AND POLLUTED SPACES

DAVID A WILLIAMS
Political Theatrics in the ‘Fog of War’

PAUL DWYER
The inner lining of political discourse: presenting the version 1.0 remix of the Senate Select Committee on a Certain Maritime Incident

JOHN McCALLUM
CMI (A Certain Maritime Incident): Introduction
CMI Performance Script 143

RUTH THOMPSON
Theatre/s of Peace and Protest: The Continuing Influence of Euripides’ Play The Trojan Women at the Nexus of Social Justice and Theatre Practice

RICCI-JANE ADAMS
Inheritors of the Dead Heart: Magical Realism in These People and Falling Petals by Ben Ellis

IN BLACK AND WHITE

ALISON LYSSA
Black and White: Australia’s History Onstage in Four Plays of the New Millennium

JACK TEIWES
Nostalgia, Reconciliation or New National Myth?: The Adaptation of Cloudstreet to the Stage

Reviews

JENNY DE REUCK, Prologues to Shakespeare’s Theatre: Performance and Liminality in Early Modern Drama by Douglas Bruster and Robert Weimann

JOHN JACOBS, Talking to the Audience: Shakespeare, Performance, Self by Bridget Escolme

BREE HADLEY, Circus Bodies: Cultural Identity in Aerial Performance by Peta Tait

JONATHAN MARSHALL, Into Performance: Japanese Women Artists in New York by Midori Yoshimoto

DAVID MOODY, Theatrical Events: Borders, Dynamics, Frames eds Vicky Ann Cremona et al

BARRY O’CONNOR, Trade Secrets: Australian Actors and Their Craft by Terence Crawford

JONATHAN DAWSON, Three Dollars: Screenplay by Robert Connolly and Elliot Perlman