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'Our hurtless mirth': What's Funny about The Dutch Courtesan? Julian, Erin Critical essay Jun 1, 2020 8725
The Modernity of Measure for Measure: The Politics of Spinning Shakespeare. Schandl, Veronika Critical essay Jul 1, 2018 4901
Cambio de genero literario en las adaptaciones de "El curioso impertinente" de Cervantes en la Restauracion inglesa. Figueroa Dorrego, Jorge Critical essay Jun 1, 2018 7691
"What gay, vain, pratting thing is this": Discourses of femininity in Thomas Shadwell's adaptation of Timon of Athens. Merchant, Melissa Critical essay May 1, 2018 6269
The Scarlet Professor and Me: An Operatic Journey. Werth, Barry Critical essay Mar 22, 2018 2692
"The Dramatic Poet and the Unpoetic Multitudes": Elizabeth Barrett Browning's Allegorized Theatrical Commentary in Book IV of Aurora Leigh. Williams, Anna Critical essay Sep 22, 2017 8707
Charles de Gaulle Airport: The camp as neoliberal containment site in two Trojan women adaptations. Zapkin, Phillip Critical essay Mar 22, 2017 7889
'Strange Rendering:' Uncle Tom's Cabin in Yiddish and the Staging of Race at the Turn of the Twentieth Century. Rubinstein, Rachel Critical essay Jan 1, 2017 8546
Irvine Welsh and In-Yer-Face Theatre: From the Rise of Trainspotting to the Fall of You'll Have Had Your Hole. Boles, William C. Essay Mar 22, 2014 7462
John Banville and Heinrich Von Kleist: The Art of Confusion. Murphy, Neil Critical essay Mar 22, 2014 6737
Writing for the Ear: Alasdair Gray the Playwright. Wang, W. Michelle Critical essay Mar 22, 2014 7556
Desire, Contempt, and the Female Undertow in Harold Pinter's The Dwarfs: A Novel. Chui, Jane Wong Yeang Critical essay Mar 22, 2014 7590
After Chekhov: The Three Sisters of Beth Henley, Wendy Wasserstein, Timberlake Wertenbaker, and Blake Morrison. Foster, Verna A. Critical essay Dec 22, 2013 8695
"Looka me, I'm the force o' wisdom and progress!": Un-Crowning the Classic Text Through Carnivalesque Dramaturgy. McKinnon, James Critical essay Sep 22, 2013 7774
"You had to wade this deep in blood?" Violence and madness in Derek Walcott's the Odyssey. Critical essay Mar 22, 2012 7037
Adapting The Bluest Eye for the Stage. Young, Harvey; Prince, Jocelyn Critical essay Mar 22, 2012 8941
Discovered in translation: might a play find its true voice in a second language? Well, if the shoe fits ... Avila, Elaine Essay Jan 1, 2012 2844
Breaking the sound barrier: Mark Juddery looks at the historical backdrop to the much-loved 1950s Hollywood musical, Singin' in the Rain in which Hollywood tells its own story of the arrival of sound to the big screen. Juddery, Mark Essay Mar 1, 2010 3278
Lena Ashwell and The Starlight Express. Leask, Margaret Critical essay Feb 1, 2009 6200
The Death of a Chief: watching for adaptation; or, how I learned to stop worrying and love the bard. Knowles, Ric Sep 22, 2007 4715
Guare's "The Talking Dog": an adaptation that only partially adapts. Andreach, Robert J. Critical essay Sep 1, 2007 987
"I'm sorry my story is in fragments": Offred's operatic counter-memory. Canton, Kimberly Fairbrother Critical essay Sep 1, 2007 8393
A Very Old Man with Enormous Wings: Center Theatre Group/P.L.A.Y. Schwartz, Craig Jan 1, 2006 591
From screen to stage: Edgar Neville's La vida en un hilo. Green, Stuart Nishan Critical Essay Oct 1, 2005 5798
"The stage is a terribly searching thing" Joseph Conrad's dramatization of 'The Secret Agent'. Hand, Richard James Critical Essay Mar 22, 2000 3962
New world order. Morales, Ed May 1, 1998 1179
'The Persians': things we never saw or heard. Bayley, Claire Dec 1, 1993 1208
'The Persians': twisted history and radical chic. James, Jamie Dec 1, 1993 928
Return to Paton's place. Adler, Tony Jul 1, 1993 1528

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