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Theatre History Studies 2011, Vol. 31, Theatre History Studies 2011, Vol. 31, 0817356843, 0-8173-5684-3, 978-0-8173-5684-2, 9780817356842, , , Theatre History Studies 2011, Vol. 31, 0817385843, 0-8173-8584-3, 978-0-8173-8584-2, 9780817385842,

Theatre History Studies 2011, Vol. 31

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2011. 192 pp.
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978-0-8173-5684-2
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2011. 192 pp.
978-0-8173-8584-2
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"Theatre History Studies" is a peer-reviewed journal of theatre history and scholarship published annually since 1981 by the Mid-American Theatre Conference (MATC), a regional body devoted to theatre scholarship and practice.  The conference encompasses the states of Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wisconsin, Indiana, Michigan, and Ohio. The purpose of the conference is to unite persons and organizations within the region with an interest in theatre and to promote the growth and development of all forms of theatre.

THS is a member of the Council of Editors of Learned Journals and is included in the MLA Directory of Periodicals. THS is indexed in Humanities Index, Humanities Abstracts, Book Review Index, MLA International Bibliography, International Bibliography of Theatre, Arts & Humanities Citation Index, IBZ International Bibliography of Periodical Literature, and IBR International Bibliography of Book Reviews. Full texts of essays appear in the databases of both Humanities Abstracts Full Text as well as SIRS

From published reviews

“This established annual is a major contribution to the scholarly analysis and historical documentation of international drama. Refereed, immaculately printed and illustrated . . . . The subject coverage ranges from the London season of 1883 to the influence of David Belasco on Eugene O’Neill.”—CHOICE

“International in scope but with an emphasis on American, British, and Continental theater, this fine academic journal includes seven to nine scholarly articles dealing with everything from Filipino theater during the Japanese occupation to numerous articles on Shakespearean production to American children’s theater. . . . an excellent addition for academic, university, and large public libraries.”—Magazines for Libraries, 6th Edition

 


Contributors
 
Rick Bowers is Professor of English at the University of Alberta, Canada. He has published many articles on Elizabethan literature and culture and is the author of Radical Comedy in Early Modern England (2008).
 
Dorothy Chansky is the author of Composing Ourselves: The Little Theatre Movement and the American Audience (2004) and is currently working on a book about domestic labor and food in American theatre. She is Associate Professor in the Department of Theatre and Dance at Texas Tech University.
 
Patty S. Derrick is a Professor of English at the University of Pittsburgh<n>Johnstown, where she teaches Shakespeare and Renaissance Literature. She is a coeditor of the New Variorum edition of Two Gentlemen of Verona and is writing a book on Julia Marlowe's Shakespearean portrayals and interpretations.

Kelly Carolyn Gordon is the Coordinator of Theatre Studies at Brevard College. She earned a Ph.D. in theatre history, with a certificate in women's studies, from the University of Georgia and a master's degree in directing from Emerson College. She has also studied at Piven Theatre Workshop, La Mama's International Symposium for Directors in Umbria, Italy, and is a trained mediator. Her writing has appeared in Lighting Dimensions, The Encyclopedia of Modern Drama, and the Dallas Morning News. She is the granddaughter of actor Eddie Bracken.
 
Jennifer A. Kokai is a lecturer at Texas State University. She received her Ph.D. from The University of Texas at Austin in December 2008. She is currently researching Aquarena Springs theme park, the United States' second underwater mermaid show and home of Ralphie the swimming pig.
 
Elizabeth Osborne is an Assistant Professor in Theatre Studies at Florida State University. She has presented her research at IFTR, ASTR, ATHE, ALA, Theatre Symposium, and MATC. Her work appears in Theatre Symposium, Theatre History Studies, and the Journal of American Drama and Theatre.
 

“This established annual is a major contribution to the scholarly analysis and historical documentation of international drama. Refereed, immaculately printed and illustrated . . . . The subject coverage ranges from the London season of 1883 to the influence of David Belasco on Eugene O’Neill.”—CHOICE

“International in scope but with an emphasis on American, British, and Continental theater, this fine academic journal includes seven to nine scholarly articles dealing with everything from Filipino theater during the Japanese occupation to numerous articles on Shakespearean production to American children’s theater. . . . an excellent addition for academic, university, and large public libraries.”—Magazines for Libraries, 6th Edition

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