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  Volume 39, Number 4, Winter 1996

Table of Contents


pp. 533-536

Catching the Wind in a Net: The Shortcomings of Existing Methods for the Analysis of Performance

pp. 537-546

Performing Writing: Inscribing Theatre

pp. 547-557

The Actor's Medium: On Stage and in Film

pp. 558-565

With(holding) the Knife: Representing the Unrepresentable (Wo)man in Anna

pp. 566-573

Theatre as Social Science: A Comparative Study of Eugenio Barba's Barter Performances and the 1992 Los Angeles Riots

pp. 574-584

Towards an International Theatre

pp. 585-598

Performing the Self

pp. 599-608

Performing Race: Anna Deavere Smith's Fires in the Mirror

pp. 609-617

Body Politic(s): the Actor as Mask in the Théâtre du Soleil's Les Atrides and La Ville Parjure

pp. 618-625

The Lake of Seduction: Body, Acting, and Voice in Hélène Cixous's Portrait de Dora

pp. 626-649

Georg Büchner's Dantons Tod: History and Her Story on the Stage

pp. 650-667

Shifting Through Space-Time: A Chronotopic Analysis of Peter Sellars' Don Giovanni

pp. 668-679

Blotting and the Line of Beauty: On Performances by Botho Strauss and Peter Handke

pp. 680-697

What does Chaos Theory have to do with Art?

pp. 698-711

Book Reviews

Imperialism and Theatre: Essays on World Theatre, Drama and Performance ed. by J. Ellen Gainor (review)

pp. 712-713

Playwriting Women: Female Voices in English Canada by Cynthia Zimmerman (review)

pp. 713-715

Feminist Theaters in the U.S.A.: Staging Women's Experience by Charlotte Canning (review)

pp. 715-717

British Realist Theatre: The New Wave in Its Context, 1956-1965 by Stephen Lacey (review)

pp. 717-718

Theater in Israel ed. by Linda Ben-Zvi (review)

pp. 718-720

Conversations With (and About) Beckett by Mel Gussow (review)

pp. 720-721

Beckett On and On ... ed. by Lois Oppenheim and Marius Buning (review)

pp. 721-722

Peter Brook by Albert Hunt and Geoffrey Reeves (review)

pp. 722-724

The Inner Strength of Opposites: O'Neill's Novelislic Drama and the Melodramatic Imagination by Kurt Eisen (review)

pp. 724-726

Performing Nostalgia: Shifting Shakespeare and the Contemporary Past by Susan Bennett (review)

pp. 726-728

Gendering Bodies/Performing Art: Dance and Literature in Early-Twentieth-Century British Culture by Amy Koritz (review)

pp. 728-729


pp. 730-732

Contents of Volume XXXIX

pp. 733-739

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