Contemporary Drama in English 13

Thomas Rommel, Mark Schreiber, eds.
Mapping Uncertain Territories – Space and Place in Contemporary Theatre and Drama

Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier, 2006.
ISBN 3-88476-826-3, 216 S., kt., EUR 23,00 (2006)

The volume contains 15 papers given on the occasion of the fourteenth annual conference of CDE at the University of Bremen in 2005.

  1. Mark Schreiber: Introduction
  2. Aleks Sierz: Alternative or Mainstream? London Fringe Theatre in Image and Reality
  3. Michael Raab: The West End – an Increasingly Marginal Place?
  4. Una Chaudhuri: Hell in the Heartland: Mapping Post-Abu Ghraib America
    in Sam Shepard’s The God of Hell
  5. Kathleen Starck: Current Global Conflict and the Invasion of the Private in
    The Pull of Negative Gravity and When the Bulbul Stopped Singing
  6. Graham D. White: Compelled to Appear: The Manifestation of Physical Space Before the Tribunal
  7. Ursula Canton: Guantanamo: Documenting a Real Space?
  8. Susan Blattès and Betrand Koszul: From Page to Stage: Construction of Space in Sarah Kane’s 4.48 Psychosis
  9. Christina Wald: „What discoveries do we bring back from that alien terrain?“ The Spatialisation of Trauma and the Exploration of the
    Paedophile’s Mind in Bryony Lavery’s Frozen
  10. Alyce von Rothkirch: „Art can save culture:“ Welsh Stagings of Place
    in Selected Works by Eddie Ladd and Ed Thomas
  11. Donald Pulford: Staging Past and Present Simultaneously: Andrew Bovell’s Holy Day (The Red Sea)
  12. Daniel Meyer-Dinkgräfe: The Space of Consciousness: New Possibilities
    for Contemporary Theatre
  13. Terry L. Price: Shifting Place
  14. Neal Harvey and Joanne Tompkins: Virtual Reality and Negotiating Problems of Real Theatre Space
  15. Reade W. Dornan: Screen to Stage: Positioning the Subject in Murakami’s The Elephant Vanishes
  16. Michelene Wandor: A Dramatic Writing Workshop: Mapping the Territories
    form Imagination to Page to Stage and Back Again

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