Issue 55

Australasian Drama Studies

Volume 55 October 2009

 

Contents

JERRY C. JAFFE
Loop/I/-ness in the New Zealand Performance of Identity (or, Id Entity)

DAVID O'DONNELL
Politics of Place and Extended Family in Taki Rua Productions' 25th Year: Strange Resting Places and Te Karakia

STUART YOUNG and MEI-LIN TE PUEA HANSEN
A Dramatic Hijacking: Arthur Millerising Haruru Mai at the Auckland Theatre Company

HILARY HALBA
The Flames of Hope: The Representation of Prophecy in Two New Zealand Plays

ADRIANN SMITH
Home Land or Homeland?: Taking Root in the Land of Aotearoa/New Zealand

LISA WARRINGTON
Landscape, Body, memory and Belonging in the plays of Gary Henderson

GEORGE PARKER
Hatching: Hatch or the Plight of the Penguins and the Search for a sense of Place in New Zealand Solo Performance

PALOMA FRESNO CALLEJA
Monodramas for a Multiculture: Performing New Zealand Chinese Identities in Linda Chanwai-Earle's Ka Shue/Letters Home

MURRAY EDMOND
'I Want You Boys to Cook Pig': the Two No.2s

IAN GASKELL
Truth, Identity and the Sense of 'Pacificness'

MOIRA FORTIN
Takona: Body Painting in Rapa Nui Performing Arts

Reviews

MARY ELIZABETH ANDERSON,Unstable Ground: Performance and the Politics of Place, edited by Gay McAuley;

MARYROSE CASEY, 'Your Genre is Black':Indigenous Performaing Arts and Policy, by Hilary Glow and Katya Johanson;

JONATHAN W. MARSHALL, Anatomy Live: Performing and the Operating Theatre, edited by Maaike Bleeker;

GEOFFREY MILNE, Directors/Directing: Conversations on Theatre, by Maria Shevtsova and Christopher Innes;

JOHN JACOBS, Bertolt Brecht, by Meg Mumford:

DAVID O'DONNELL, The Cape, by Vivienne Plumb and The Mall, by Thomas Sainsbury