restricted access   Volume 48, Number 3 (T 183), Fall 2004

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Special Issue: Social Theatre

Guest Editor: James Thompson

Theatre History's "View of the World"

pp. 6-10

Why "Social Theatre"?

pp. 11-16

Here We Are: Social Theatre and Some Open Questions about Its Developments

pp. 17-31

"Far Away, So Close": Psychosocial and Theatre Activities with Serbian Refugees

pp. 32-49

Social Theatre in Bangladesh

pp. 50-58

Badal Sircar: Scripting a Movement

pp. 59-78

ACTing: The pandies' theatre of Delhi

pp. 79-95

Taking Hostages: Staging Human Rights

pp. 96-106

Staging Prisons: Performance, Activism, and Social Bodies

pp. 107-116

Whose Play Is It?: The Issue of Authorship/Ownership in Israeli Community-Based Theatre

pp. 117-134

The Playwright in Residence: A Community's Storyteller

pp. 135-149

Digging Up Stories: An Archaeology of Theatre in War

pp. 150-164

Art in a Democracy

pp. 165-173

One Hand, Many Fingers

pp. 174-179

Playing in the War Zone

pp. 180-185


The Man Who Saved Kabuki: Faubion Bowers and Theatre Censorship in Occupied Japan (review)

pp. 186-188

The Queerest Art: Essays on Lesbian and Gay Theater (review)

pp. 188-190

Fluxus Experience (review)

pp. 190-192

Modern Enchantments: The Cultural Power of Secular Magic (review)

pp. 192-194

The Oxford Encyclopedia of Theatre and Performance (review)

pp. 194-196