Volume 32, 2012

Table of Contents

Illustrations

pp. ix-x
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Company: Keynote Speech from the Thirty-second Mid-America Theatre Conference

pp. 1-15
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Cut the Cow, Cut the Queen: Problems of Cultural Translation

pp. 16-32
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Companies to Keep: Air-Raid Dramas and International Ethical Responsibility in America, 1936-1939

pp. 33-52
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A Failed Attempt at World Domination: "Advanced Vaudeville," Financial Panic, and the Dream of a World Trust

pp. 53-79
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The Company She Kept: The Radical Activism of Actress Kitty Marion from Piccadilly Circus to Times Square

pp. 80-92
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"The Picture Postcard is a sign of the times": Theatre Postcards and Modernism

pp. 93-119
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A More Aggressive Plantation Play: Henrietta Vinton Davis and John Edward Bruce Collaborate on Our Old Kentucky Home

pp. 120-140
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Midwest American Rural Landscapes and the Creation of a Unique Theatre Culture, 1870-1940

pp. 141-164
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Ibsen's Unexpected Triumph: Peer Gynt at the Seattle Repertory Playhouse

pp. 165-188
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Book Reviews

Stage Money: The Business of the Professional Theater by Tim Donahue and Jim Patterson (review)

pp. 189-191
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New Directions in Renaissance Drama and Performance Studies ed. by Sarah Werner (review)

pp. 191-194
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Reading the Plays of Wendy Wasserstein by Jan Balakian (review)

pp. 194-196
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Cooperation and Conflict: GDR Theatre Censorship, 1961-1989 by Laura Bradley (review)

pp. 197-199
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Queer Theatre and the Legacy of Cal Yeomans by Robert A. Schanke (review)

pp. 200-202
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The Empire Actors: Stars of Australasian Costume Drama, 1890s-1920s by Veronica Kelly (review)

pp. 202-204
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Holocaust Drama: The Theater of Atrocity by Gene A. Plunka (review)

pp. 204-207
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Women on the Stage in Early Modern France, 1540-1750 by Virginia Scott (review)

pp. 208-210
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New Women Dramatists in America, 1890-1920 by Sherry D. Engle, and: American Women Theatre Critics: Biographies and Selected Writings of Twelve Reviewers, 1753-1919 by Alma J. Bennett (review)

pp. 210-213
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Enacting History ed. by Scott Magelssen and Rhona Justice-Malloy (review)

pp. 213-215
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Historical Dictionary of French Theater by Edward Forman, and: Medieval Roles for Modern Times: Theater and the Battle for the French Republic by Helen Solterer (review)

pp. 215-218
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Bulldaggers, Pansies, and Chocolate Babies: Performance, Race, and Sexuality in the Harlem Renaissance by James F. Wilson (review)

pp. 218-221
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To Broadway, To Life! The Musical Theater of Bock and Harnick by Philip Lambert (review)

pp. 221-223
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The Universe of Oz: Essays on Baum's Series and Its Progeny ed. by Kevin K. Durand and Mary K. Leigh (review)

pp. 224-226
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Enacting Others: Politics of Identity in Eleanor Antin, Nikki S. Lee, Adrian Piper, and Anna Deavere Smith by Cherise Smith (review)

pp. 226-229
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Shakesqueer: A Queer Companion to the Complete Works of Shakespeare ed. by Madhavi Menon (review)

pp. 229-231
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The Theatre of Empire: Frontier Performances in America, 1750-1860 by Douglas S. Harvey (review)

pp. 232-234
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Rival Queens: Actresses, Performance, and the Eighteenth-Century British Theater by Felicity Nussbaum (review)

pp. 234-237
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Performing Bodies in Pain: Medieval and Post-Modern Martyrs, Mystics, and Artists by Marla Carlson (review)

pp. 237-240
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Representing the Past: Essays in Performance Historiography ed. by Charlotte M. Canning and Thomas Postlewait, and: Theatre Historiography: Critical Interventions ed. by Henry Bial and Scott Magelssen (review)

pp. 240-244
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The American Stage: Writing on Theater from Washington Irving to Tony Kushner ed. by Laurence Senelick (review)

pp. 244-247
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Books Received

pp. 249-250
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Contributors

pp. 251-252
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