Tag: Shelley Scott

Issue 10.3: Gender & Theatre at the Margins 2013

Volume 10, Issue 3: Spring 2013 Articles in this issue include: Marjan Moosavi examines Marina Nernat’s Prisoner of Tehran and the representation of Iranian women in English-language writing and on Western stages, Angela Meyer (Pony) and Shirley Tse explore… Read More

Issue 9.3: The Bits That Don’t Quite Fit! 2012

Volume 9, Issue 3: March 2012 Articles in this issue include: Editorial of Editor-in-Chief Edward Little, The Bits that Don’t Quite Fit, Seth Soulstein on using the Vancouver Stanley Cup riots as a staring point to explore how both individuals… Read More

Issue 4.4: Academia and Cultural Diversity 2006

Volume 4, Issue 4: November 2006 “This issue’s contributors are all involved with Canadian universities in capacities ranging from graduate students to teachers. Their research and creative activity call attention to the state of the relationship between academia… Read More

Issue 3.1: Political Theatre/Populist Theatre 2004

Volume 3, Issue 1: April 2004 Articles in this issue include: Shelley Scott looks at the strong presence of Asian-Canadian voices in past and present Edmonton Fringe Festivals. Framed as a letter of resignation, Suleikha Ali Yusuf‘s poem is… Read More

Issue 2.3: Raising Other Voices in the Theatre of the Giant 2003

Volume 2, Issue 3: January 2003 Articles in this issue include: Rahul Varma‘s editorial argues the pressing need for art and artists to engage the public in critical debate on world events. Ken McDonough speaks with Bharatanatyam dancer Aparna… Read More

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