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  Volume 152, Fall 2012

Table of Contents

Feature Articles

Costumes and Costuming: Defining Current Performance Strategies

pp. 3-4

Negotiating Tensions betwixt Presence and Absence amidst a Big Sadness: Cultural Reclamation, Reinvention, and Costume Design

pp. 5-12

The Spirit of Potentials: An Interview with Bretta Gerecke

pp. 13-18

Making Mas: TruDynasty Carnival Takes Josephine Baker to the Caribbean Carnival

pp. 19-24

For Show Only—No Performers!

pp. 25-31

"The first time I put on a Maggie Smith ...": The Role of Costuming in the Artistic Process of Actresses at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival

pp. 32-37

UBU at the Museum—Imaginary Travels through the World of Jean Paul Gaultier

pp. 38-43

The "Stuff" That Games Are Made Of: Sharon E. Secord's Work for the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Opening and Closing Ceremonies

pp. 44-49

Peeking through the Racks: Shedding Light on Working Conditions of Costume Designers

pp. 50-56

François Barbeau: An Inspiration to Costume Designers: ADC and APASQ at the 2011 Quadrennial

pp. 57-60


François Barbeau: Research on Materials

pp. Barbeau 1-Barbeau 16

Views and Reviews


pp. 61-62

Ottawa Little Theatre, the "Original Regional": Canada's Longest-Running English Language Theatre Turns 100

pp. 62-65

This Girl's Got Your Back: A Review of Girls on Top

pp. 66-67

I Feel Like We've Been Here Before: A Review of The Godot Cycle

pp. 68-69

Ghosting His Greatness

pp. 69-73

PQ11: a "still point of the turning world"

pp. 73-76

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