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  • Index To Volume 51

Contributors Index


Badir, Patricia. “‘To allure vnto their loue’: Iconoclasm and Striptease in Lewis Wager’s The Life and Repentance of Marie Magdalene.” 1–20.

Bhatia, Nandia. “Staging the 1857 Mutiny as ‘The Great Rebellion’: Colonial History and Post-Colonial Interventions in Utpal Dutt’s Mahavidroh.” 167–84.

Birringer, Johannes. “Contemporary Performance/Technology.” 361–81.

Burroughs, Catherine. “‘Hymen’s Monkey Love’: The Concealed Fancies and Female Sexual Initiation.” 21–31.

Carson, Christie. “Creating the Context: The Case of King Lear.” 433–41.

Causey, Matthew. “Screen Test of the Double: The Uncanny Performer in the Space of Technology.” 383–94.

Cummins, Doug. “Doctoral Projects in Progress in Theatre Arts.” 185–89.

Doyle, Maria-Elena. “A Spindle for the Battle: Feminism, Myth, and the Woman-Nation in Irish Revival Drama.” 33–46.

Hansen, Kathryn. “Making Women Visible: Gender and Race Cross-Dressing in the Parsi Theatre.” 127–47.

Harvie, Jennifer, and Erin Hurley. “States of Play: Locating Quebec in the Performances of Robert Lepage, Ex Machina, and the Cirque du Soleil.” 299–315.

Kintz, Linda. “Performing Capital in Caryl Churchill’s Serious Money.” 251–66.

Kershaw, Baz. “Discouraging Democracy: British Theatres and Economics, 1979–1999.” 267–84.

Klöck, Anja. “Of Cyborg Technologies and Fascistized Mermaids: Gianna Censi’s Aerodanze in 1930s Italy.” 395–415.

Mohler, Frank. “Computer Modelling as a Tool for the Reconstruction of Historic Theatrical Production.” 417–31.

O’Quinn, Daniel. “Scissors and Needles: Inchbald’s Wives as They Were, Maids as They Are and the Governance of Sexual Exchange.” 105–25.

Schultz, David. “The Architecture of Conspicuous Consumption: Property, Class, and Display at Herbert Beerbohm Tree’s Her Majesty’s Theatre.” 231–50.

Vanpee, Janie. “Performing Justice: The Trials of Olympe de Gouges.” 47–65.

Wickstrom, Maurya. “Commodities, Mimesis, and The Lion King: Retail Theatre for the 1990s.” 285–98.

Wright, Stephen K. “Joseph as Mother, Jutta as Pope: Gender and Transgression in Medieval German Drama.” 149–66.

Performance Reviews

Borgstrom, Henrik C. For the Pleasure of Seeing Her Again. Michel Tremblay, trans. Linda Gaboriau. 323–25.

Bruno, Thomas. Eclipsed. Patricia Burke Brogan. 219–21.

Caldwell, Linda. Melody to plait a twig (Melodia do Wicia Rozgi). Jacek Òumin;ski and the Silesian Dance Theatre. 466–68.

———. Notes from a briefcase-Gua-Va (Zapiski Z Teczki-Gua-Va). Jacek Òumin;ski and the Silesian Dance Theatre. 466–68.

Carlson, Marvin. Measure for Measure. (Kisasa Kisas). William Shakespeare. 320–22.

Cheng, Meiling. The Speed of Darkness. Laurie Anderson. 200–202.

Conley, Francine Heather. La Géométrie des Miracles. Robert Lepage. 318–20.

Cuk, Andrew. Amine. Éva Magyar. 461–63.

Cummings, Scott T. Charlie in the House of Rue. Robert Coover. 443–45.

Diamond, Catherine. Rosita, The Spinster, or The Language of Flowers. Federico García Lorca. 210–12.

Earnest, Steve. States of Shock. Sam Shepard. 458–59.

Fleischer, Mary. Symphonie Fantastique. Basil Twist. 208–10.

Gianakaris, C.J. Not About Nightingales. Tennessee Williams. 216–17.

Graver, David. Rise and Fall of the City of Mahaganny. Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill. 317–18.

Green, Sharon L. Corpus Christi. Terrence McNally. 194–96.

Gupton, Janet. Cymbeline. William Shakespeare. 78–80.

Hill, Mary Louise. The Mother of Us All. Libretto by Gertrude Stein, Music by Virgil Thompson. 212–14.

Hood, Woodrow B. Songs and Stories from Moby Dick. Laurie Anderson. 450–51.

Horowitz, Arthur. The International Festival of Puppet Theatre. 203–6.

Jenkins, Jeffrey Eric. The 22nd Annual Humana Festival of New American Plays. 82–84.

Jones, Richard. Iph . . . (After Euripides’ Iphigeneia in Aulis). Colin Teevan. 334–36.

Klein, Joanne. Waiting for Godot. Samuel Beckett. 192–94.

Knopf, Robert M. Villa Villa. De La Guarda. 457–58.

Lamont, Rosette C. The Sea Gull. Anton Chekhov, transl. Pam Gems. 202–3.

Lee, Josephine. for colored girls who have considered suicide/when the rainbow is enuf. Ntozake Shange. 455–56.

Loehlin, James. Shakespeare’s R&J. William Shakespeare, adapt. Joe Calarco. 71–72.

Mackey, Barbara. The Invention of Love. Tom Stoppard. 459–60.

Marlin-Curiel, Stephanie. Standard Bank National Arts Festival. 80–82.

Mather, Christine. The True History of the Tragic Life and Triumphant Death of Julia Pastrana, The Ugliest Woman in the World. Shaun Prendergast. 215–16.


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