Theatre Research International 46.3

Theatre Research International 46.3

The new issue of Theatre Research International 46.3 is now available on Cambridge Core.

Do check out the panel discussion where Senior Editor Prof. Fintan Walsh discusses the new issue 46.3 with contributing authors and academics here.

Editorial

Editorial: Ritual Unions
FINTAN WALSH

Article 

The Caravana of Central American Mothers in Mexico: Performances of Devotional and Saintly Motherhood on a Transnational Stage-in-Motion
ANA ELENA PUGA

‘Burn the Witch’: Decadence and the Occult in Contemporary Feminist Performance
ADAM ALSTON

The Landscape of Węgajty Theatre
JUSTYNA BIERNAT

Bulbs Onstage: Theatrical Hygiene and the Electrification of Performance
ULF OTTO

Oh, I Know I've Been Changed
RICHARD SCHECHNER

Dossier – Fighting Back: Contemporary Theatre in Brazil

Dossier – Fighting Back: Contemporary Theatre in Brazil: Introduction
DODI T. B. LEALLÚCIA R. V. ROMANO

Article

Theatre and Indigenous Peoples: Learning to Imagine New Worlds in End Times
CIBELE FORJAZ SIMÕES

Black Theatricalities in Revisiting History for the Present
SORAYA MARTINS PATROCÍNIO

The Feminist Struggle in Performing Arts in Brazil
LÚCIA R. V. ROMANO

Gender in Danger: Transdanger People in Performing Arts in Brazil
DODI T. B. LEAL

Double Take

Unmaking Mimesis: Essays on Feminism and Theatre. By Elin Diamond. Abingdon: Routledge, 1997. Pp. xvi + 226. £96 Hb; £27.99 Pb.
Caoimhe Mader McGuinness

New Books

Scenes from Bourgeois Life. By Nicholas Ridout. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2020. Pp. xi + 211. $70.00.
Adam Alston

Performing Arts in Prisons: Creative Perspectives. Edited by Michael Balfour, Byrdie-Leigh Bartleet, Linda Davey and Huib Schippers. Bristol and Chicago: Intellect, 2019. Pp. xiv + 264. £66.08/$105.00 Hb.
Jonathan Shailor

Dancing Odissi: Paratopic Performances of Gender and State. By Anurima Banerji. Calcutta: Seagull Books, 2019. Pp. xviii + 467. £22/$35/₹799 Pb.
Aastha Gandhi

The Interdisciplinary Theatre of Ping Chong. By Yuko Kurahashi. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company, 2020. Pp. 246 + 31 illus. $65 Pb.
Esther Kim Lee

Japanese Political Theatre in the Eighteenth Century: Bunraku Puppet Plays in Social Context. By Akihiro Odanaka and Masami Iwai. Abingdon: Routledge, 2021. Pp. 246 + 11 illus. $160 Hb; $48.95 Ebook.
Jyana S. Browne

After the Long Silence: The Theater of Brazil's Post-Dictatorship Generation. By Cláudia Tatinge Nascimento. Abingdon: Routledge, 2019. Pp. 255. £120/$160 Hb; £36.99/$48.95 Pb.
Jennifer Joan Thompson

 

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