Theatre Research International 47.3

Theatre Research International 47.3

The new issue of Theatre Research International 47.3 is now available on Cambridge Core.

Editorial

Editorial: On Critical and Convivial Assembly
SILVIJA JESTROVIC

Article

Queering Romeo and Juliet in South Korea: Homonormativity as Gay Utopian Fantasy
YEEYON IM

‘Purification’ and ‘Hybridization’: (Re)construction and Reception of Theatrical Nationality in Western Tours of the Mei Lanfang and Tsutsui Troupes in 1930
YANG GAO

Eimuntas Nekrošius's Transnational ‘Voice from Lithuania’: Reinterpreting Polish Classics within Frames of the Theatre of Sensual Metaphors
ARTUR DUDA

‘We Already Carry Out a National Assignment’: Indigenous Performance and the Struggle for a Sámi National Theatre in Sweden
DIRK GINDT

Resistance to the Neo-liberal Economy and the Life of a Play: The Jana Natya Manch and Theatre Activism
ARJUN GHOSH

Double Take

Liveness: Performance in a Mediatized Culture. By Philip Auslander. Abingdon and New York: Routledge, 1999. Pp. 224. £120 Hb; £36 Pb.
Seda Ilter

New Books

Brecht and Tragedy: Radicalism, Traditionalism, Eristics. By Martin Revermann. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2022. Pp. xvii + 474. £90/$120 Hb.
David Barnett

The Comic Storytelling of Western Japan: Satire and Social Mobility in Kamigata Rakugo. By M. W. Shores. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2021. Pp. xii + 261. £75/$99.99 Hb.
Lorie Brau

Theater as Data: Computational Journeys into Theater Research. By Miguel Escobar Varela. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2021. Pp. 248. £53.27/$71.95 Hb; £22.17/$29.95 Pb.
Paulina Bronfman

Dancing the Dharma: Religious and Political Allegory in Japanese Noh Theatre. By Susan Blakeley Klein. Cambridge, MA and London: Harvard University Asia Center, 2021. Pp. 401. £56.95/$70 Hb.
Ashley Thorpe

Addendum

Whose Crisis? Syrian Refugees and the Turkish Stage – ADDENDUM
EMİNE FİŞEK

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