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Volume 55, Number 2, Summer 2011 (T210)

Table of Contents


The Expeditions: Landscape as Performance

pp. 2-3


Mullah Mansour's Theatrical Triumph, and Our Loss

pp. 7-8

In Memory

Ringing the Bell for Ellen Stewart: 1919-2011

pp. 9-10


Playing at Border Crossing in a Mexican Indigenous Community...Seriously

pp. 11-32

Rehearsed and Coerced: Creating Counter Indications

pp. 33-51

Burn: The Radical Disappearance of Kathy Change

pp. 52-72

Before Us a Savage God: Self-Fashioning the Nation in Yorùbá Performance

pp. 73-85

The Ars Erotica of Joanna Frueh

The Concupiscent Performer: Joanna Frueh's "Art of Seduction"

pp. 86-103

Mirror, Mirror: Joanna Frueh as Fairy Stepmother

pp. 104-113

Pieces: Goddess of Roses

pp. 114-125

Ontology and Autobiographical Performance: Joanna Frueh's Aesthetics of Orgasm

pp. 126-136


Laotang: Intimate Encounters

pp. 137-149

Critical Acts

Krapp's First Tape: Okada Toshiki's Enjoy

pp. 150-157

What to Do When Your Role Model Jumps Ship: Lián Amaris's Swimming to Spalding

pp. 157-164


Mondi, corpi, materie: Teatri del secondo Novecento [Worlds, Bodies, Matters: Theatres in the Second Part of the 20th Century] (review)

pp. 165-167

The Letters of Samuel Beckett, Volume 1:1929-1940 (review)

pp. 167-169

The Applied Theatre Reader (review)

pp. 169-171

Performing Conquest: Five Centuries of Theater, History, and Identity in Tlaxcala, Mexico (review)

pp. 171-174

More Books

pp. 174-175

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