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  Volume 153, Winter 2013

Table of Contents

From: Canadian Theatre Review

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Feature Articles

Jewish Performance in Canada

pp. 3-7

Between Biblical Tradition and Contemporary Audiences: Jewish Theatre Practice in Toronto

pp. 8-12

In the Mosaic: Jewish Identities in Canadian Performance and Installation Art

pp. 13-19

The YICHUD Room: Performing Jewish Spaces

pp. 20-24

My Life in Jewish Theatre: A Coming-Out Story

pp. 25-28

Jewish Theatre in Vancouver Has Chutzpah!

pp. 29-33

Yiddish Theatre beyond Montreal: Die Folkshpieler in Ottawa

pp. 34-38

Web Only Supplement

Peering into The Dora Wasserman Yiddish Theatre Archives: A Photo Journal

pp. 1a-18a

Becoming Archive ribcage: this wide passage

pp. 39-43

What Comes First, Being a Playwright or Being a Jew?: Snapshots of Seven Canadian Writers

pp. 44-49

Studio 180's Political Engagements: Finding the Jewish Soul in Canadian Theatre

pp. 50-55


pp. 56-93


pp. 57-58



pp. 94-95

Views and Reviews

Committing Theatre: Theatre Radicalism and Political Intervention in Canada (review)

pp. 95-97

A Tyranny of Documents: The Performing Arts Historian as Film Noir Detective. Essays Dedicated to Brooks McNamara (review)

pp. 98-99

The Steps to First Dance

pp. 99-102

The Pleasure of Being In On It: Foreign Perspectives and "In-Authenticity" in The Golden Dragon at the Tarragon Theatre

pp. 102-104

Enron, Playing in "Little Houston of the North"

pp. 104-107

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