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  Volume 25, Number 1, Spring 1982

Table of Contents

From: Modern Drama

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Introduction

pp. 1-2
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Part I: Written Text and Dramatic Discourse: Theory and Practice

Changed Textual Signs in Modern Theatricality: Gombrowicz and Handke

pp. 3-16
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Theatre as Semiotic Practice

pp. 17-24
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Didascalies as Speech Act

pp. 25-35
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Jean Vauthier's The Struggling Protagonist: The Problem of Inner Narratives

pp. 36-45
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Space and Time in the Plays of Antonine Maillet

pp. 46-59
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Part II: Production: From Creator to Audience

The Liberated Performance

pp. 60-68
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Armand Gatti on Time, Place, and the Theatrical Event

pp. 69-81
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Genet's The Balcony: A 1981 Perspective on a 1979/80 Production

pp. 82-104
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Nonsemiotic Performance

pp. 105-111
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Danger Music Number Three

p. 112
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From Giorgio Strehler to Victor Garcia

pp. 113-126
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The Pleasure of the Spectator

pp. 127-139
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Part III: Theatricality and Culture

Theatricality in Japan

pp. 140-142
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Theatre as Information-Processing in Western Cultures

pp. 143-153
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Part IV: Performance, or the Subversion of Theatricality

"The eye finds no fixed point on which to rest..."

pp. 154-162
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Common Carrier: Performance by Artists

pp. 163-169
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Performance and Theatricality: The Subject Demystified

pp. 170-181
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Book Reviews

The Semiotics of Theatre and Drama by Keir Elam (review)

pp. 182-184
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Samuel Beckett: Krapp's Last Tape ed. by James Knowlson (review)

pp. 184-185
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José López Rubio by Marion Peter Holt (review)

pp. 185-186
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Contributors

pp. 187-188
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Research Areas

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