Theatre Research in Canada / Recherches Théâtrales Au Canada

Volume 37, numéro 2, 2016

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Front Matter

    Contents/Sommaire

Introduction

  1. Introduction : Performance and Disability
  2. Introduction : Performance et handicap

Articles

    A Mobile Social Realm: Labour, Sovereignty, and Subjecthood in Disabled Theater / Affordance Creations of Disability Performance: Limits of a Disabled Theater
  1. “Come and see Our Art of Being Real” : Disabling Inspirational Porn and Rearticulating Affective Productivities
  2. “Please Look at Yourself” : Insecurity and the Failure of Ethical Encounter in Autobiographical Performance
  3. May I have this dance? : Teaching, Performing, and Transforming in a University-Community Mixed-Ability Dance Theatre Project

Forum

  1. Inclusion : Building a Culture of Desire and Resilience
  2. Infrequently Asked Questions, or : How to Kickstart Conversations Around Inclusion and Accessibility in Canadian Theatre and Why it Might be Good for Everybody
  3. Changing the Shape of Things : A Reflection on Power, Privilege, and the Benefits of Institutional Transformation
  4. PUSH(ed) to the Periphery : The Intersection of Disability, Race, and Gender at the 2015 Parapan Am Games

Book Reviews/Comptes Rendus

  1. Book Reviews/Comptes Rendus / Steven Bush Conversations with George Luscombe Toronto: Mosaic Press, 2012. 231pp. + Audio CD. / Jack Winter My TWP Plays: A Collection Including Ten Lost Years Vancouver: Talonbooks, 2013. 321 pp. / Jack Winter The Tallis Bag Ottawa: Oberon Press, 2012. 177 pp.
  2. Book Reviews/Comptes Rendus / Canadian Museum of History Power & Elegance: The Collection of Cantonese Opera Records at the Canadian Museum of History
  3. Book Reviews/Comptes Rendus / Donna Coates, ed.Sharon Pollock: First Woman of the Canadian Theatre Calgary: University of Calgary Press, 2015. 328 pp.
  4. Book Reviews/Comptes Rendus / Jan Selman and Jane Heather, eds. Theatre, Teens, Sex Ed: Are We There Yet? Edmonton: University of Alberta Press, 2015. 542 pp. + DVD.

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