Theatre Research in Canada / Recherches Théâtrales Au Canada

Volume 35, numéro 2, 2014

Sommaire (28 articles)

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Front Matter

  1. Front Matter


  1. Editorial Introduction : Our 35th Year
  2. Mot de la rédactrice : notre 35e année


  1. PuShing Performance Brands in Vancouver
  2. The Professionalization of a Stage Naturalist, the Making of a Mythmaker : The Theatre Criticism of Urjo Kareda at the University of Toronto’s Varsity Newspaper
  3. Revolution Night in Canada : Hockey and Theatre in Tomson Highway’s Dry Lips Oughta Move to Kapuskasing
  4. Performing Cultural Crossroads : The Subject-Making Functions of “I am” Declarations in Daniel David Moses’s Almighty Voice and His Wife
  5. Finding the New Radical : Digital Media, Oppositionality, and Political Intervention in Contemporary Canadian Theatre

Forums: Theatre? Research? In? Canada?

  1. What Are We Doing? From History to Research
  2. Disciplinarity and Dissolution
  3. Theatre / Research / Canada
  4. Theatre Studies in Quebec at the Crossroads
  5. In Praise of a Passion for Theatre Forever Seeking Links Yet Unseen : Research, Teaching, Criticism, Exchange in Canadian Theatre and Drama
  6. Chart of Subsidized French-Language Theatre Research in Quebec Since 1990
  7. A List of Questions About How We Ask Questions Some Thoughts on KMb and Theatre
  8. Honouring the 3 R's of Indigenous Research Methodologies
  9. "Theatre Research in Canada"
  10. The Trades of T.R.i.C. : There Are No Macrohistories Here
  11. Applied Theatre and Performance Research in Canada?
  12. For the Future, the Past : LGBT2Q Theatre, Performance, and Scholarship in Canada
  13. Review of Dance Research in Quebec
  14. Contemporary Circus Research in Quebec : Building and Negotiating and Emerging Interdisciplinary Field

Book Reviews / Comptes Rendus

  1. Stephen Johnson (ed.). A Tyranny of Documents: The Performing Arts Historian as Film Noir Detective New York: Theatre Library association, Performing Arts Resources28, 2011.
  2. Lauren Godbout, Louise Ladouceur, Gratien Allaire. Plus d’un siècle sur scène! Histoire du théâtre francophone en Alberta de 1887 à 2008. Edmonton : L’Institut pour le patrimoine, Campus Saint-Jean, 2012.
  3. Marlis Schweitzer. When Broadway Was The Runway: Theater, Fashion, and American Culture. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2009.
  4. Roberta Barker and Kim Solga, (eds.). New Canadian Realisms. New Essays on Canadian Theatre, vol. 2. Toronto: Playwrights Canada Press, 2012.


  1. Contributors/Collaborateurs

Back Matter

  1. Back Matter