Issue 51

Australasian Drama Studies

Volume 51 October 2007

 

Contents

GEOFFREY MILNE
Editorial Note

PETER J.WILSON
Winds of Change: Seeing Australia into the New Century

ANNE FORBES
From Animism to Digital Animation: Puppetry in New Zealand/Aotearoa

RICHARD BRADSHAW
Thiodon's Wonders: A Mechanical Theatre in Nineteenth-Century Australia

NICOLE ANAE
"Belly-Speaker", Machines and Dummies: Puppetry in the Australian Colonies, 1830's-1850's

DAVID TREDINNICK
Tintookie Man, the LAst of his Tribe: A Story of Peter Scriven

YUJI SONE
"Phontom" Puppetry in Stelarc's Work

RICHARD HART with JULIA DAVIS
Dream Puppets: The Journey of an Independent Puppet Theatre

SANDY MCKENDRICK in conversation with GEOFFREY MILNE
Puppetry as Cultural Exchange in Indigenous Communities

JENNIFER PFEIFFER
Globalisation and the UNIMA Asia-Pacific Commission

MARGARET WILLIAMS

Including the Audience: The Idea of 'the Puppet' and the Real Spectator

Reviews

JASNA NOVAKOVIC, Unspoken by Rebecca Clarke;

HILARY HALBA Awhi Tapu by Albert Belz and The Prophet by Hone Kouka;

DAVID O'DONNELL, Baghdad Baby! by Dean Parker;

ALISON RICHARDS About Performance no 6, ed. Gay McAuley;

LISA WARRINGTON, Nola Millar: A Theatrical Life by Sarah Gaitanos; Just Who Does He Think He Is?: A Theatrical Life by George Webby;

MARY ELIZABETH ANDERSON, Anarchic Dance, eds Liz Aggiss and Bill Cowrie with Ian Bramley;

BREE HADLEY, And Then, You Act: Making Art in an Unpredictable World, by Anne Bogart;

MARK SETON, Jacques Copeau, by Mark Evans;

IAN MAXWELL, Encounters with Tadeusz Kantor, by Krzysztof Miklaszewski translated and edited by George Hyde.