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Staging Postcommunism: Alternative Theatre in Eastern and Central Europe After 1989 ed. by Vessela S. Warner and Diana Manole (review)Theatre Journal89 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Mixed Faith and Shared Feeling: Theater in Post-Reformation London by Musa Gurnis (review)Theatre Journal89 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Irish on the Move: Performing Mobility in American Variety Theatre by Michelle Granshaw (review)Theatre Journal89 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Witness Onstage: Documentary Theatre in Twenty-First-Century Russia by Molly Flynn (review)Theatre Journal89 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Shakespeare in the Theatre: Peter Sellars by Ayanna Thompson (review)Theatre Journal89 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
The Theatre of Thomas Kilroy: No Absolutes by José Lanters (review)Theatre Journal89 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
America in the Round: Capital, Race, and Nation at Washington, DC’s Arena Stage by Donatella Galella (review)Theatre Journal89 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Editorial Comment: Resisting TheatreTheatre Journal89 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
“The Black Below”: Minstrelsy, Satire, and the Threat of VernacularityTheatre Journal89 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
All the Nation’s a Stage: The Ghana National Theatre as Sankofa PraxisTheatre Journal89 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Horizons of Impossibility: The Political Imperative and the Dramaturgy of Guillermo CalderónTheatre Journal89 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Leaving the Theatre of Suffering: Two Endings—and a Color-Conscious Future?—for Hedda GablerTheatre Journal89 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Josephine Gassman and Her“New Zealand Pickaninnies”: Performing the Colonial FamilyTheatre Journal89 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Shakespeare in the Theatre: The National Theatre, 1963–1975: Olivier and Hall by Robert Shaughnessy (review)Theatre Journal89 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
The Idea of the Avant Garde—and What it Means Today, Volume 2 ed. by Marc James Léger (review)Theatre Journal89 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Performing Dream Homes: Theater and the Spatial Politics of the Domestic Sphere ed. by Emily Klein, Jennifer-Scott Mobley, and Jill Stevenson (review)Theatre Journal89 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Interchangeable Parts: Acting, Industry, and Technology in US Theater by Victor Holtcamp (review)Theatre Journal89 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Performance Constellations: Networks of Protest and Activism in Latin America by Marcela A. Fuentes (review)Theatre Journal89 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Nomadic Theatre: Mobilizing Theory and Practice on the European Stage by Liesbeth Groot Nibbelink (review)Theatre Journal89 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Transgenerational Remembrance: Performance and the Asia-Pacific War in Contemporary Japan by Jessica Nakamura (review)Theatre Journal89 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Shakespeare and the Politics of Nostalgia: Negotiating the Memory of Elizabeth I on the Jacobean Stage by Yuichi Tsukada (review)Theatre Journal89 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Casting Fu Manchu by Eelyn Lee (review)Theatre Journal89 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Seven Deadly Sins by Hilary Bettis et al. (review)Theatre Journal89 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
The Wolves by Sarah DeLappe (review)Theatre Journal89 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
The Seagull on the Sims 4 by Celine Song (review)Theatre Journal89 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
What the Constitution Means to Me by Heidi Schreck (review)Theatre Journal89 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Sex and Consequences by Isabella Rossellini (review)Theatre Journal89 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
The Under Presents: The Tempest by William Shakespeare (review)Theatre Journal89 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Manila Zoo by Eisa Jocson (review)Theatre Journal89 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Work.Txt by Nathan Ellis and Emily Davis, and: Phase One: The Underbrush by New Phase Collective (review)Theatre Journal89 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
We’re Gonna Die by Young Jean Lee (review)Theatre Journal89 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Fannie Lou Hamer, Speak On It! by Cheryl L. West (review)Theatre Journal89 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Last Gasp (WFH) by Peggy Shaw and Lois Weaver (review)Theatre Journal89 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Enrich Festival (review)Theatre Journal89 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Making Something Happen Despite Borders and Critics: A Conversation with Artistic Leaders of Prague’s Archa Theatre, Ondřej Hrab and Jana SvobodováTheatre Journal147 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Editorial Comment: The Ambit of Politics and PerformanceTheatre Journal147 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
“Experimenting with a New Technique”: Performance and Rehearsal in the Long Civil Rights MovementTheatre Journal147 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Nostalgia and Chronicity: Two Temporalities in the Restaging of AIDSTheatre Journal147 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Queer Rurality and the Closet Door Ajar on the Contemporary American StageTheatre Journal147 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Becoming Object: Reimagining the Human on Czech“New Theatre” StagesTheatre Journal147 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Spectral Characters: Genre and Materiality on The Modern Stage by Sarah Balkin (review)Theatre Journal147 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Visual Experiences in Cinquecento Theatrical Spaces by Javier Berzal de Dios (review)Theatre Journal147 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Circle Jerk by Michael Breslin and Patrick Foley (review)Theatre Journal147 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Eraser Mountain by Toshiki Okada (review)Theatre Journal147 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Performing Architectures: Projects, Practices, Pedagogies ed. by Andrew Filmer and Juliet Rufford (review)Theatre Journal147 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Godspell by John-Michael Tebelak (review)Theatre Journal147 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Good Standing by Matthew Greene (review)Theatre Journal147 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Resisting Spirits: Drama Reform and Cultural Transformation in the People’s Republic of China by Maggie Greene (review)Theatre Journal147 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Hamilton: An American Musical by Lin Manuel-Miranda (review)Theatre Journal147 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Deborah and Her Sisters: How One Nineteenth-Century Melodrama and a Host of Celebrated Actresses Put Judaism on the World Stage by Jonathan M. Hess (review)Theatre Journal147 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
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