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Articles from Theatre Research in Canada (September 22, 2010)

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Title Author Type Words
"You do not understand me": hybridity and Third Space in Age of Iron. Severini, Giorgia 3480
Age of Iron: adaptation and the matter of Troy in Clement's Indigenous urban drama. Rabillard, Sheila 9038
Introduction: Marie Clements/Presentation: Marie Clements. Gilbert, Reid 8383
Monique Mohica and Ric Knowles, eds.: Staging Coyote's Dream: An Anthology of First Nations Drama in English, Vol. I. Smith, Annie 1449
Ric Knowles, ed.: The Shakespeare's Mine: Adapting Shakespeare in Anglophone Canada. Kuling, Peter 790
Robin C. Whittaker, ed.: Hot Thespian Action!: 10 Premiere Plays from Walterdale. Hanson, Nicholas 814
Romance, recognition and revenge in Marie Clements's The Unnatural and Accidental Women. Bamford, Karen 7535
Sherrill Grace and Jerry Wasserman, eds.: Theatre and AutoBiography: Writing and Performing Lives in Theory and Practice. Stephenson, Jenn 1651
Speaking up, speaking out, or speaking back: the signposts are in the right direction. La Flamme, Michelle 901
The murmuring-in-between: eco-centric politics in The Girl Who Swam Forever. Gray, Nelson 5284
The. Women. The subject(s) of The Unnatural and Accidental Women and Unnatural and Accidental. Wunker, Erin 6774
Theatrical medicine: aboriginal performance, ritual and commemoration (for Vanessa Lee Buckner). La Flamme, Michelle 3630

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