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Volume 7, Issue 2: December 2009 Articles in this issue include: Samer Al-Saber explores the political and emotional power of theatre through Sahmatah – a play that faces head-on the 1948 catastrophe of Palestine on a very personal level,… Read More
Category: Issues Tags: Abit Omen, Alex Blumer, Book Review, compassion, diaspora, Die in Debt, Downtown Eastside, Edward Little, It Happened in a Tent, Jennifer Capraru, Lisa Ndejuru, Monique Mojica, Nicholas Backman, Palestine, power of theatre, Refugees, Resident Artist, Ric Knowles, Rob Nunn, Rwanda, Sahmatah, Samer Al-Saber, Savannah Walling, Teesri Duniya, The Book of Judith, The Monument, Theatre Centre, Truth and Treason, Vancouver
Volume 4, Issue 2 + 3: May 2006 A special-double issue of alt.theatre, that marks the 25th Anniversary of Teesri Duniya Theatre. Subscribe Buy Read an excerpt
Category: Issues Tags: aesthetic expression, Asian-Canadian, authentic representations, Banana Boys, Boyokani Company, Canada, Comfort Adesuwa Ero, cross-cultural acceptance, cultural bridges, cultural colonialization, culturally representative, David Kornhaber, fu-GEN theatre, global injustice, Hamlet, hybrid identity, hybridisation, intercultural theatre, Islam, Jazwant Guzder, Leanore Lieblein, Lisa Doolittle, Monique Mojica, native communities, Nigeria, Peter Copeman, postmodern, Rahul Varma, Representation, Robert Nunn, socially engaged, Storytelling, Teesri Duniya Theatre, the Other, Tierno Bokar, Troy Emery Twigg
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