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Volume 56, Number 3, Fall 2012 (T215)

Table of Contents

Your Hero Is a Ghost, 2010

pp. 2-3

TDR Comments

Philosophical Tantrum #7: 2008-present, in permanent progress

pp. 7-9

Uganda Is Too Sexy: Reflections on Kony 2012

pp. 10-17


The Pixelated Revolution

pp. 18-35

The Pixelated Revolution

pp. 25-35


Building the Builders Association: A Conversation with Marianne Weems, James Gibbs, and Moe Angelos

pp. 36-57

Performing Pain-Taking and Ghostly Remembering in Vietnam

pp. 58-81

Regeneration: Tissue Engineering, Maintenance, and the Time of Performance

pp. 82-99

Trust Me: Richard Foreman's Invitation to "Deep Trance Behavior"

pp. 100-113

Between the Image and Anthropology: Theatrical Lessons from Aby Warburg's "Nympha"

pp. 114-130

Grotowski in a Maze of Haitian Narration

pp. 131-140

Playing, Fighting, and Dancing: Unpacking the Significance of Ginga within the Practice of Capoeira Angola

pp. 141-166

Critical Acts

The Cultural Intifada: Palestinian Theatre in the West Bank

pp. 167-177

A Sucker Punch of Horror: The Oyoun Theatre's Gaza Mono-Logues

pp. 178-182


Performing South Africa's Truth Commission: Stages of Transition (review)

pp. 183-184

Correspondence Course: An Epistolary History of Carolee Schneemann and Her Circle (review)

pp. 185-187

The Soul of Beijing Opera: Theatrical Creativity and Continuity in the Changing World, and: The Columbia Anthology of Modern Chinese Drama (review)

pp. 187-190

The Reverend Billy Project: From Rehearsal Hall to Super Mall with the Church of Life After Shopping (review)

pp. 190-191

How To Do Things with Dance: Performing Change in Postwar America (review)

pp. 192-193

More Books

pp. 194-195

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