restricted access   Volume 8, Number 3, 1984 (PAJ 24)

Table of Contents

Editorial

The Oxford Companion to American Theatre: Friend or Foe

pp. 4-6

A Letter to the New York Times

p. 6

Anthropology and Theatre: Interviews

Anthropology and Theatre: Interviews

pp. 8-18

Anthropology and Theatre: Interviews

pp. 19-27

The Impossible Takes a Little Time

pp. 29-42

The Olympic Arts Festival: “We’re Not Number One”

pp. 43-58

The Theatre of Good Intentions

pp. 59-70

Performance Notes

Matinée chez la Princesse de Guermantes by Marcel Proust (review)

pp. 71-74

Rigoletto by Giuseppe Verdi (review)

pp. 75-77

Theatertreffen Berlin 1984 (review)

pp. 77-82

Nordisk Teaterfestival 1984, Oslo (review)

pp. 83-87

Benvenuto: New York—Italy by Falso Movimento, Krypton, and La Gaia Scienza (review)

pp. 87-91

The Theatricality of the Van-Guard: Ideology and Contemporary American Theatre

pp. 93-99

Institutionalizing the Blind Date: The Theatre and the Playwright

pp. 100-104

Ionesco’s Scene: An Introduction

pp. 105-107

Scene

pp. 108-112

Book and Company

Role Playing and Identity: The Limits of Theatrical Metaphor by Bruce Wilshire (review)

pp. 113-114

New German Dramatists by Denis Calandra (review)

pp. 114-115

Hockney Paints the Stage by Martin Friedman (review)

pp. 115-116

Dislecta: Miscellaneous Writings and a Dramatic Fragment by Samuel Beckett (review)

pp. 116-117

United States by Laurie Anderson (review)

pp. 117-118