restricted access   Volume 49, Number 1 (T 185), Spring 2005

Table of Contents

From: TDR: The Drama Review

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TDR Comment: No Shows: The Head Count from the NEA

pp. 5-9

In Memory

In Memory: Suresh Awasthi 1918-2004

pp. 10-11

Letters, Etc.

Letters, Etc.

pp. 12-14



p. 15



p. 15

Special Section: Franklin Furnace

Sublime Discomfort

pp. 16-18

The Fiery Furnace: Performance in the '80s, War in the '90s

pp. 19-28

Franklin Furnace and Martha Wilson: On a Mission to Make the World Safe for Avantgarde Art: an interview: Part I: Art and Real Estate

pp. 29-35

A Different World: A Personal History of Franklin Furnace

pp. 36-54

Nancy Buchanan

pp. 38-39

Nigel Rolfe

p. 45

California Feminists: Cheri Gaulke and Linda Nishio

pp. 50-53

Martha Wilson Interview Part II: Money Matters

pp. 55-59

Being There: The Tribeca Neighborhood of Franklin Furnace

pp. 60-79

Martha Wilson Interview Part III: The Franklin Furnace Programs

pp. 80-85

Changing Spaces: Galinsky and the Virtual Furnace: an interview

pp. 86-93

Convergence: The Furnace and MoMA

pp. 94-103

The Flue

p. 96

Martha Wilson Interview Part IV: Franklin Furnace's Evolving Sense of Identity

pp. 104-111

Critical Acts

Anything But Small

pp. 112-114

VB54: Black Tie vs. Black Face

pp. 114-118

Osanai Kaoru's Dilemma: "Amateurism by Professionals" in Modern Japanese Theatre

pp. 119-133

Stephane Braunschweig's Theatre-Machine: Structuring Space on the Contemporary French Stage

pp. 134-152

St├ęphane Braunschweig Chronology

pp. 146-149

Children of Silence: Reflections on Forty Years of Odin Teatret

pp. 153-161


Kabuki Plays on Stage: Brilliance and Bravado, 1697-1766, and: Kabuki Plays on Stage: Villainy and Vengeance, 1773-1799, and: Kabuki Plays on Stage: Darkness and Desire, 1804-1864 (review)

pp. 162-165

Dancing Machines: Choreographies of the Age of Mechanical Reproduction (review)

pp. 165-168

African American Performance and Theater History: A Critical Reader, and: A History of African American Theatre (review)

pp. 168-171

The Place of Law (review)

pp. 171-173