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  Volume 20, Number 2, September 2010

Table of Contents

A Note from the Editor

pp. 1-2
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The Practice of Astonishment: Devising, Phenomenology, and Jacques Lecoq

pp. 89-99
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On Queering Twelfth Night

pp. 101-111
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Polyphonic Dynamics as Educational Practice

pp. 113-131
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The Built Environment and the Architecture of a Performance: Arcosanti, Chicago, and the Making of Theoretical Isolation: A Post-Atomic Experiment

pp. 133-146
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Healing Myths from the Ethnic Community, or Why I Don't Teach August Wilson

pp. 147-156
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Revealing and Renewing Feminist Theatrical Engagement: The Jane Chambers Contest for Women Playwrights

pp. 157-169
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The "Stage in the Head": A Cognitive Approach to Understanding Audio Description in the Theatre

pp. 171-180
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Theatre Production and the Creative Campus

pp. 181-188
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Book Reviews

Collaboration in Theatre: A Practical Guide for Designers and Directors (review)

p. 189
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The Director's Craft: A Handbook for the Theatre (review)

p. 190
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Essential Acting: A Practical Handbook for Actors, Teachers and Directors (review)

pp. 190-191
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Playwriting in Process: Thinking and Working Theatrically, Second Edition (review)

p. 192
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The Politics of American Actor Training (review)

p. 193
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Stanislavsky in America: An Actor's Workbook (review)

pp. 193-194
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The Art of Clowning (review)

p. 195
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