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Issue Details: First known date: 2008... no. 52 April 2008 of Australasian Drama Studies est. 1982 Australasian Drama Studies
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Contents

* Contents derived from the 2008 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Postdramatic Theatre and Australia: A 'New' Theatre Discourse, Margaret Hamilton , single work criticism (p. 3-23)
Darwin as the Frontier Capital: Theatrical Depictions of City Space in the North, Stephen Carleton , single work criticism
Carleton explores the notion of Darwin as a contemporary frontier capital using theatre to understand the ways in which this troping is articulated and performed.
(p. 52-68)
Mis-Recognised Knowledges : National Identity and the Unreliable Narrator in Jack Hibberd's A Stretch of the Imagination and Josephine Wilson's The Geography of Haunted Places, Glen McGillivray , single work criticism
'In this article I analyse how both works [A Stretch of the Imagination and The Geography of Haunted Places], despite their different historical contexts, enact a critique of Australian identity against a background of significant political change within the country. Although seemingly quite different, these works adopt similar dramaturgical strategies and I argue that their significance lies in their genealogical connection.' (69)
(p. 69-84)
The Larrikin's Hop : Larrikinism and Late Colonial Popular Theatre, Melissa Bellanta , single work criticism
Examines the representation of larrikin characters in 19th-century popular theatre and variety theatre.
(p. 131-147)
More Playful Than Anxious : Cross-Dressing, Sex-Impersonation and the Colonial Stage, Lucy Chesser , single work criticism
Explores the issues of cross-dressing, sex impersonation and masquerade in relation to colonial Australian theatre.
(p. 148-164)
La Boite Theatre Company: A Distinctive History, Christine Comans , single work criticism (p. 180-202)
Untitled, Maryrose Casey , single work review
— Review of Contemporary Indigenous Plays 2007 anthology drama ;
(p. 203-204)
Untitled, David Crouch , single work review
— Review of Unsettling Space : Contestations in Contemporary Australian Theatre Joanne Tompkins , 2006 single work criticism ;
(p. 204-207)
Untitled, Frances Devlin-Glass , single work review
— Review of Creating Frames : Contemporary Indigenous Theatre : 1967-1990 Maryrose Casey , 2004 single work criticism ;
(p. 207-209)
Untitled, Terence Crawford , single work review
— Review of Frankly Acting : An Autobiography of the Frank Suzuki Performance Aesthetics John Nobbs , 2006 single work criticism ;
(p. 209-211)

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