Issue 57

Australasian Drama Studies

Volume 57 April 2010

 

Contents

IAN MAXWELL
"Do You Really Want It?"

HILARY HALBA
Performing Identity: Teaching Bicultural Theatre in Aotearoa

SUZANNE LITTLE
Creating the Relective Student-Practitioner

MICHAEL BALFOUR
Developing the Capacities of Applied Theatre Students to Be Critically Reflective Learner-Practitioners

BRONWYN TWEDDLE
The Johnny Depp Effect: Using Contemporary Film to Teach Brechtian Concepts

STUART GRANT, MATTHEW LOCKITT and ABIGAIL KATE EGAN
The Uncertain Musical: An Experiment in Performance as Research as Pedagogy

GLENN D'CRUZ
Teaching/Directing 4.48 Psychosis

KIM DURBAN
'I Love the Quality of Playing, I': Directing Adventures in Ballarat

DAVID O'DONNELL and LISA WARRINGTON
Teaching the Unteachable: A Dialogue in Director Training

LIZA-MARE SYRON in conversation with GEOFFREY MILNE
Indigenous Performing Arts Training in Australia

MEREDITH ROGERS
An Adaptable Aesthetic: Performing the Happy Accident and the Everyday in Tertiary Performance-Making

GILLIAN ARRIGHI
Devising Place and Social History: A Regional Perspective on Teaching Devised Performance in the Tertiary Sector

JULIE ROBSON, DANIELLE BRADY and LEKKIE HOPKINS
From Practice to the Page: Multi-Disciplinary Understandings of the Written Component of Practice-Led Studies

MARY ELIZABETH ANDERSON
Planned Obsolescence? Technologies of Performance Training in Detroit, Michigan

RACHEL FORGASZ
What in the World Do They Think We're Doing? Practitioners' Views on the Work of the Theatre Studies Academy

Reviews

DAVID O'DONNELL, Performing Japan: Contemporary Expressions of Cultural Identity, edited by Henry Johnson and Jerry C. Jaffe;

RICHARD FOTHERINGHAM, Tivoli King: Life of Harry Rickards, Vaudeville Showman, by Gae Anderson;

KRIS PLUMMER, The Story of the Miracles at Cookie's Table, by Wesley Enoch;

GORKEM ACAROGLU, Parramatta Girls, by Alana Valentine; GLENN D'CRUZ, Practice-as-Research in Performance and Screen, edited by Ludivine Allegue, Simon Jones, Baz Kershaw and Angela Piccini;

RAND T. HAZOU, Performance in Place of War, by James Thompson, Jenny Hughes and Michael Balfour;

DAWN ALBINGER, ALchemists of the Stage: Theatre Laboratories in Europe, by Mirella Schino (translated by Paul Warrington)