Volume 33, Number 1, Spring 1990

Table of Contents

Special Issue Contemporary Theatre and Political Crisis

Articles

Northern Ireland's Political Drama

pp. 1-14
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Violence and Identity in Northern Ireland: Graham Reid's The Death of Humpty Dumpty

pp. 15-29
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Retreating to the Future: Brenton in the Eighties

pp. 30-41
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Pravda: A Morality Play for the 1980s

pp. 42-56
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Theatre in Crisis

pp. 57-58
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Breaking the Butterfly: The Politics of David Henry Hwang

pp. 59-66
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Ola Rotimi: "Humanity as my Tribesmen"

pp. 67-81
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A Place with the Pigs: Athol Fugard's Afrikaner Parable

pp. 82-92
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Variations of Temptation —: Václav Havel's Politics of Language

pp. 93-105
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Solidarity with Solidarity: Six Polish Plays

pp. 106-119
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"Bewältigung der Vergangenheit" or "Überwältigung der Befangenheit" —: Nazism and the War in Post-War German Theatre

pp. 120-128
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State of the Art: Alternative Theater in the GDR

pp. 129-138
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The Performance of Power and the Power of Performance: Rewriting the Police State in Dario Fo's Accidental Death of an Anarchist

pp. 139-149
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Book Reviews

Correction

p. 150

The Theatre of the Weimar Republic by John Willett (review)

pp. 150-152
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Contributors

pp. 153-154
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