Theatre Research in Canada / Recherches Théâtrales Au Canada

Volume 36, numéro 2, 2015

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  1. Theatre and Immigration : From the Multiculturalism Act to the Sites of Imagined Communities
  2. Théâtre et immigration  : de la Loi sur le multiculturalisme jusqu’aux lieux de l’imaginaire national


  1. Towards Reconciliation : Immigration in Marty Chan’s The Forbidden Phoenix and David Yee’s lady in the red dress
  2. Carmen Aguirre’s The Refugee Hotel and the Space Between Limited and Unlimited Hospitality
  3. Le temps de l’immigré dans Silences, Addolorata et Déjà l’agonie de Marco Micone
  4. Accented Actors : From Stage to Stages via a Convenience Store
  5. Dis-ing the Main Drag and Walking toward the Public Good in Here Be Dragons : Mapping Queer, Asian-Canadian Identity in Kitchener, Ontario
  6. Between Je and Moi : Staging the Heteroglossia of Immigrant Autobiography


  1. Impact of the Immigrant Experience on My Theatre Career
  2. The Tongue Play : An Auto-Ethnography
  3. Le Tour du monde en 80 jours : Entretien avec Hugo Bélanger

Book Reviews / Comptes Rendus

  1. Laura Levin. Performing Ground: Space, Camouflage, and the Art of Blending In.
  2. Yana Meerzon. Performing Exile, Performing Self: Drama, Theatre, Film.
  3. David Bateman, ed. Compulsive Acts: Essays, Interviews, Reflections on the Works of Sky Gilbert.

Contributors / Collaborateurs

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