(Dis)Continuities – Trends and Traditions in Contemporary Theatre and Drama in English

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Margarete Rubik, Elke Mettinger-Schartmann (Eds.)

(Dis)Continuities - Trends and Traditions in Contemporary Theatre and Drama in English

ISBN 978-3-88476-520-3, ISBN 3-88476-520-5, 246 S., kt., € 23,00 (2002)

(CDE - Contemporary Drama in English, Bd. 9)

Werner Huber
Contemporary Drama as Meta-Cinema: Martin McDonagh and Marie Jones

Peter Lenz
"Anything new in the feckin' west?": Martin McDonagh's Leenane Trilogy and the Juggling with irish Literary Stereotypes

Michael Raab
The End of a Wave: New British and Irish Plays in the German-speaking Theatre

Martin Buxbaum
"It's All Politics, Stupid!": David Hare and Mark Ravenhill's Latest, Via Dolorosa and Some Explicit Polaroids

Merle Tönnies
The 'Sensationalist Theatre of Cruelty' in 1990s Britain, its 1960s Forebears and the Beginning of the 21st Century

Mary Luckhurst
Contemporary English Theatre: Why Realism?

Howar Barker
The Ethics of Relevance and the Triumph of the Literal

José Ramón Prado Pérez
Issues of Representation and Political Discourse in Caryl Churchill's Latest Work

Heiner Zimmermann
Martin Crimp, Attempts on her Life: Postdramatic, Postmodern, Satiric?

Edith Hallberg
"The play's the thing wherein I'll catch the conscience of the ... player": Strategies of Conflict Transformation in Contemporary Australian Drama

Reade W. Dornan
Whither Black Theater in the U.S.? Ungerminated Seeds From the Thirties

Pamela Monaco
Drawing Rooms Drawing Forth Our Social Anxieties

Christopher Innes
Designing Modern Life: The Impact of Theater on American Society

Michelene Wandor
Feminism and Theatre Now: Continuities and Discontinuities ... plus ça change ...

Christoph Houswitschka
(Dis)Continuities in Recent British Holocaust Drama

Nilufer E. Bharucha / Sridhar Rajeswaran
Performatives, Performance and Performance Spaces