Issue 59

Australasian Drama Studies

Issue 59 October 2011


Contents

Introduction

CASEY, MARYROSE; PETERSON, WILLIAM

Articles

Interculturality, performance and everyday life

JENKINSON, AYSHE

To touch the infinity of a far horizon: A transnational history of transcultural appropriation in beth Dean's Corroboree (1954)

HASKINS, VICTORIA

Borrowed dances: Appropriation, authenticity and performing 'Identity' in Prescott, Arizona, 1921-1990

RUSSELL, LYNETTE

Performing for Aboriginal Life and Culture: 'Aboriginal Theatre and Ngurrumilmarrmiriyu'

CASEY, MARYROSE

Tu Taha, Tu Kaha: Transcultural dialogues

HALBA, HILARY; MCCALLUM, RUA; HOLMES, HUATA

Maori performance: Marae Liminal space and transformation

MCCALLUM, RUA

Performance: Ethnographer/Tourist/Cannibal

MAZER, SHARON

The Santo Nino made me do it: Falling out of ethnographic time at Ati-atihan

PETERSON, WILLIAM

Translating 'Gaytown': The collision of global and local in bringing Australian queer play bison to belfast

CAMPBELL, ALYSON

Recovering Elfriede Jelinek - but for whom?: Creative homesickness as a motor for cultural transfer

BASTIAN, ANDRE

Telling the self, splitting the self: identity construction in Canadian and Australian multicultural theatre

HOPTON, TRICIA

Reviews

The Theatre of Naturalism: Disappearing Act [Book Review]

D'CRUZ, GLENN

A raffish experiment: Collected writings of Rex Cramphorn [Book Review]

MEYRICK, JULIAN

The empire actors: Stars of Australasian costume drama 1890s-1920s

O'CONNOR, BARRY

The rise and fall of the VCA [Book Review]

MARSHALL, JONATHAN W

Circus: The Australian story [Book Review]

MILNE, GEOFFREY