Theatre Research in Canada / Recherches Théâtrales Au Canada

Volume 13, Number 1-2, 1992

Table of contents (21 articles)

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Introduction

    A Word From the Editors

Articles

    The Problematics of Research on Regional Theatre Conducted in Remote Areas
    Between Repetition and Rehearsal: Conditions of (Women's) Theatre in Canada in a Space of Reproduction
    W(h)ither the Performance?
    Theatre History-Telling: New Historiography, Logic and the Other Canadian Tradition
    'Getting to' Canadian Theatre History: On the Tension Between the New History and the Nation State
    Constructing Fictions of an Essential Reality or 'This Picksur Is Niiiice': Judith Thompson's Lion in the Streets
    Theatre, Navy and the Narrative of 'True Canadianism'
    Stories of Interest: Some Partial Histories of Mulgrave Road Groping Toward a Method
    Playing Solitaire: Spectatorship and Representation in Canadian Women's Monodrama
    On Native Ground: Canadian Theatre Historiography and the Postmodernism / Postcolonialism Axis
    Feminist (Theatre) Historiography / Canadian (Feminist) Theatre: A Reading of some Practices and Theories
    Interpreting Multi-text Analysis: Is a Theory of Adaptation Possible?
    Performing Politics: Propaganda, Parody and a Women's Parliament

Reviews / Comptes Rendus

Contributors / Collaborateurs

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