restricted access   Volume 11, Number 1, 1988 (PAJ 31)

Table of Contents

Editorial

Historical Moments

pp. 5-6

Articles

Bloom, Hirsch, Jacoby: What Do Their Books Mean For Higher Education (Particularly in Theatre)?

pp. 7-13

The Education of a Theatreperson

pp. 14-19

Resurrected Images: Godard’s King Lear

pp. 20-25

Theatrework: The Request Concert Project

pp. 26-38

Crossing Bridges and Borders: Independent Theatre in the GDR

pp. 39-45

The PAJ Casebook

The PAJ Casebook #2: Into the Woods

pp. 46-47

Contemporary Performance: The Emergence of the Fairy Tale

pp. 48-53

Writer/Director

pp. 54-55

Settings

pp. 56-57

Costumes

pp. 58-59

Composer

pp. 60-61

Actor

p. 61

Actor

p. 61

Lighting

p. 62

Orchestrations

pp. 62-63

Musical Staging

p. 63

Stephen Sondheim

p. 64

Actress

pp. 64-65

Actress

p. 65

Interview

Charles L. Mee, Jr.: The Theatre of History

pp. 67-76

The Constitutional Convention, The Sequel

pp. 77-88

Books and Company

Dance Writings by Edwin Denby, and: Sight Lines by Arlene Croce (review)

pp. 89-90

The Absent One: Mourning Ritual, Tragedy, and the Performance of Ambivalence by Susan Letzler Cole (review)

pp. 90-91

Male Fantasies (Volume I): Women, Floods, Bodies, History by Klaus Theweleit (review)

pp. 91-92

Theatre Is Not Safe by Gordon Rogoff (review)

p. 92

We Can Always Call Them Bulgarians by Kaier Curtin (review)

p. 93

Russian Drama From Its Beginnings to the Age of Pushkin by Simon Karlinsky (review)

pp. 93-94

Turn-of-the-Century Cabaret: Paris, Barcelona, Berlin, Munich, Vienna, Cracow, Moscow, St. Petersburg, Zurich by Harold B. Segel (review)

pp. 94-95

Travels in Hyperreality by Umberto Eco (review)

pp. 95-96

Content’s Dreams: Essays 1975–1984 by Charles Bernstein (review)

p. 96