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Theatre History Studies 2017, Vol. 36

by Sara Freeman(ed.) ; Sara Freeman(other) ; Vivian Appler(contrib.) ; Steven Dedalus Burch(contrib.) ; Dorothy Chansky(contrib.) ; Eric J. Colleary(contrib.) ; Stacey Connelly(contrib.) ; Lezlie C. Cross(contrib.) ; Eileen Curley(contrib.) ; David Afriyie Donkor(contrib.) ; Shannon Epplett(contrib.) ; Laura Ferdninand Feldmeyer(contrib.) ; La Donna L. Forsgren(contrib.) ; Martine Kei Green-Rogers(contrib.) ; Nicholas Holden(contrib.) ; Gabrielle Houle(contrib.) ; Julie Jackson(contrib.) ; Darin Kerr(contrib.) ; Todd London(contrib.) ; Karin Maresh(contrib.) ; L. Bailey McDaniel(contrib.) ; Matthew McMahan(contrib.) ; Julia Moriarty(contrib.) ; Laura M. Nelson(contrib.) ; Deana Nichols(contrib.) ; Michael A. Rothmayer(contrib.) ; Richard Sautter(contrib.) ; Jeff Turner(contrib.) ; Dan Venning(contrib.) ; Alex N. Vermillion(contrib.) ; Elizabeth Wellman(contrib.) ; Sarah Wyman(contrib.)
Theatre History Studies 2017, Vol. 36 by Sara Freeman
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A peer-reviewed journal of theatre history and scholarship published annually since 1981 by the Mid-American Theatre Conference.

Theatre History Studies is devoted to research in all areas of theatre studies, with special interest in archival research, historical documentation, and historiography. Many issues feature a special section curated around a special theme or topic; for 2017 that special section focus on histories of new writing for the theatre.

  • “Resisting Arlecchino’s Mask: The Case of Marcello Moretti” by Gabrielle Houle
  • “Making Space for Performance: Theatrical-Architectural Nationalism in Postindependence Ghana” by David Afriyie Donkor
  • “Preparing Boys for War: J. M. Barrie’s Peter Pan Enlists in World War I’s ‘Great Adventure’” by Laura Ferdinand Feldmeyer
  • “Not Just Rock ‘n’ Roll: Chicago Theatre, 1984–1990” by Julie Jackson
  • “New Writing and Theatre History” by Sara Freeman
  • “New Plays in New Tongues: Bilingualism and Immigration at the New Italian Theatre in France” by Matthew McMahan
  • “The Waterloo Summer of the Prince of Wales’s Theatre: New Writing, Old Friends, and Early Realism in the Victorian Theatre” by Shannon Epplett
  • “Chekhov’s Three Sisters: A Proto-Poststructuralist Experiment” by Sarah Wyman
  • “Historicizing Shakesfear and Translating Shakespeare Anew” by Lezlie C. Cross
  • “A New Noble Kinsmen: The Play On! Project and Making New Plays Out of Old” by Martine Kei Green-Rogers and Alex N. Vermillion
  • “Making New Theatre Together: The First Writers’ Group at the Royal Court Theatre and Its Legacy Within the Young Writers’ Programme” by Nicholas Holden
  • “New Writing in a Populist Context: A Play,a Pie, and a Pint” by Deana Nichols
  • “American Playwriting and the Now New” by Todd London
  • The Robert A. Schanke Award-Winning Essay: “Black Folk’s Theatre to Black Lives Matter: The Black Revolution on Campus” by La Donna L. Forsgren
University of Alabama Press; December 2017
371 pages; ISBN 9780817391690
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Title: Theatre History Studies 2017, Vol. 36
Author: Sara Freeman; Sara Freeman; Vivian Appler; Steven Dedalus Burch; Dorothy Chansky; Eric J. Colleary; Stacey Connelly; Lezlie C. Cross; Eileen Curley; David Afriyie Donkor; Shannon Epplett; Laura Ferdninand Feldmeyer; La Donna L. Forsgren; Martine Kei Green-Rogers; Nicholas Holden; Gabrielle Houle; Julie Jackson; Darin Kerr; Todd London; Karin Maresh; L. Bailey McDaniel; Matthew McMahan; Julia Moriarty; Laura M. Nelson; Deana Nichols; Michael A. Rothmayer; Richard Sautter; Jeff Turner; Dan Venning; Alex N. Vermillion; Elizabeth Wellman; Sarah Wyman
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