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  Volume 35, Number 1, Spring 1992

Table of Contents

Special Issue Drama East and West


Performance as Paradigm: the Example of Bali

pp. 1-9

Trading Art(s): Artaud, Spies, and Current Indonesian/American Artistic Exchange and Collaboration

pp. 10-19

Reflections of Inner Life: Masks and Masked Acting in Ancient Greek Tragedy and Japanese Noh Drama

pp. 20-34

Sada Yacco and Kawakami: Performers of Japonisme

pp. 35-53

Modern Chinese Drama and Its Western Models: A Critical Reconstruction of Chinese Subjectivity

pp. 54-64

Rewriting History on China's Stage in an Intercultural Context

pp. 65-71

Chinese Drama after the 1989 Crisis

pp. 72-80

The Anthropological Gaze and the Touristic Siting of Chinese America

pp. 81-89

30 Rupees for Shakespeare: a Consideration of Imperial Theatre in India

pp. 90-100

Contested Narratives on and off the KathakaŠł∑i Dance-Drama Stage

pp. 101-116

Showdown at Culture Gap: Images of the West in the Plays of Shuji Terayama

pp. 117-126

Japanese Theatre from the 1980s: The Ludic Conspiracy

pp. 127-136

L'Oeil Ecoute: The Impact of Traditional Japanese Theatre on Postwar Western Performance

pp. 137-148

Reading(,) Theatre(,) Techniques: Responding to the Influence of Asian Theatre in the Work of Ariane Mnouchkine

pp. 149-158

Text Creation and Performance: A Kabuki Perspective

pp. 159-172

Creating a Kabuki Western: Revenge at Spider Mountain

pp. 173-181


pp. 183-185

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