Theatre Research in Canada / Recherches Théâtrales Au Canada

Volume 30, Number 1-2, 2009

Table of contents (14 articles)

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Front Matter

Introduction

Articles

  1. ‘Symposia’ in the Drama of trey anthony and Louise Delisle
  2. Urban Entanglements in Three African Canadian Plays:: Lorena Gale’s Angélique, George Boyd’s Consecrated Ground, and Andrew Moodie’s Riot
  3. Whose Blues? AfriCanadian Theatre and the Blues Aesthetic
  4. Navigating the Prague-Toronto-Manitoulin Theatre Project:: A Postmodern Ethnographic Approach to Collaborative Intercultural Theatre
  5. The Exilic Teens:: On the Intracultural Encounters in Wajdi Mouawad’s Theatre
  6. Léo at the Tarragon:: Naturalizing the Coup
  7. Fusing the Nuclear Community:: Intercultural Memory, Hiroshima 1945 and the Chronotopic Dramaturgy of Marie Clements’s Burning Vision
  8. Building a Canadian Disability Arts Network:: an Intercultural Approach

Book Reviews / Comptes Rendus

Contributors / Collaborateurs

Back Matter

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