New Theatre Quarterly 45: Volume 12, Part 1
New Theatre Quarterly provides a forum where theatrical scholarship and practice can meet. Topics covered in number 45 include: Palimpsestus: Frank Wedekind's Theatre of Self Performance, and 'Leaking Bodies and Fractured Texts': Representing the Female Body at the Omaha Magic Theatre.
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English Acting Interactive Technology and the Elusive Quality of Englishness
Towards a Study of the English Acting Tradition
Leaking Bodies and Fractured Texts Representing the Female Body at the Omaha Magic Theatre
The Dangerous Woman of Melvillean Melodrama
Danger Delights Texts of Gender and Race in Aerial Performance
Palimpsestus Frank Wedekinds Theatre of SelfPerformance
Bad Habits Bad Quartos and the Myth of Origin in the Editing of Shakespeare
Polish Alternative Theatre during the Period of Transition 198994
TV Drama in Papua New Guinea a Case Study in National Identity versus Economic Strangulation
NTQ Reports and Announcements
NTQ Book Reviews
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