restricted access   Volume 12, Number 2-3, 1990 (PAJ 35/36)

Table of Contents

Editorial

Editorial: The New Europe, the New World

pp. 4-6

Samuel Beckett: 1903-1989

Stirring Still

pp. 8-10

The Less Said

pp. 11-13

The New Europe

Poetics of the Revolution: Some Notes From Poland

pp. 14-20

Applause for a Donkey: An interview with Krzysztof Zanussi

pp. 21-28

Heiner Müller in East Berlin

pp. 29-35

A Playwright for a President: the story of moral renewal

pp. 36-44

Protest: A Play

pp. 45-65

The Century Turning: International Events

pp. 66-74

The Universal Solvent: Meditations on the Marriage of World Cultures

pp. 75-98

The Forensic Theatre: memory plays for the post-mortem condition

pp. 99-109

Orgy Salon: Aristocracy and Pornographic Theatre in Pre-Revolutionary Paris

pp. 110-136

Pop Pop Pop (New) Music

pp. 137-143

Notes on the Last Cold War Theatertreffen

pp. 144-154

Education for the Theatre

pp. 155-158

Book Reviews

Postmodern Brecht: A Re-presentation by Elizabeth Wright (review)

pp. 159-160

Russian and Soviet Theater 1905–1932 by Konstantin Rudnitsky (review)

pp. 160-162

The Grand Guignol: Theatre of Fear and Terror by Mel Gordon (review)

pp. 162-163

The Feminist Spectator as Critic by Jill Dolan (review)

pp. 163-165

Text and Supertext in Ibsen’s Drama by Brian Johnston (review)

pp. 165-166

Plays by Women: An International Anthology (review)

pp. 166-168