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  Volume 47, Number 2, Summer 2004

Table of Contents

Introduction

pp. 165-176
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Wonder in the Heart of Empire: Deborah Warner's Medea and The Angel Project

pp. 177-199
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Blackout: Utopian Technologies in Adrienne Kennedy's Funnyhouse of a Negro

pp. 200-218
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This Is Home, This Isn't Home: Reza Abdoh's Tight Right White

pp. 219-236
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Death and Desire, Apocalypse and Utopia: Feminist Gestus and the Utopian Performative in the Plays of Naomi Wallace

pp. 237-249
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Urban Bush Women: Finding Shelter in the Utopian Ensemble

pp. 250-268
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Choreographies of Resistance: Latina/o Queer Dance and the Utopian Performative

pp. 269-289
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Dancing Other-Wise: Ethics, Metaphysics, and Utopia in Hae Kyung Lee and Dancers

pp. 290-308
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"Something Better than This": Sweet Charity and the Feminist Utopia of Broadway Musicals

pp. 309-332
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Reviews

Theatricality ed. by Tracy C. Davis and Thomas Postlewait (review)

pp. 333-334
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Medea's Daughters: Forming and Performing the Woman Who Kills by Jennifer Jones (review)

pp. 334-337
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Mama Dada: Gertrude Stein's Avant-Garde Theater by Sarah Bay-Cheng (review)

pp. 337-339
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Voices Made Flesh: Performing Women's Autobiography ed. by Lynn C. Miller, Jacqueline Taylor, and Heather Carver (review)

pp. 339-342
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Negotiating Cultures: Eugenio Barba and the Intercultural Debate ed. by Ian Watson (review)

pp. 342-344
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A Problem Like Maria: Gender and Sexuality in the American Musical by Stacy Wolf (review)

pp. 344-346
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Contributors

pp. 347-348
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Research Areas

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