Latest journal: Volume 26, Issue 4

This issue is available on Taylor & Francis Online:


After Live: Possibility, Potentiality, and the Future of Performance by Daniel Sack
Joe Kelleher
pages 513-514

The Forest and the Field: Changing Theatre in a Changing World by Chris Goode
Caridad Svich
pages 514-515

Playing God: The Bible on the Broadway Stage by Henry Bial
Joshua Edelman
pages 515-517

Food and Theatre on the World Stage edited by Dorothy Chansky and Ann Folino White
Joshua Abrams
pages 517-518

The Theatre of Marie Jones: Telling Stories from the Ground Up edited by Eugene McNulty and Tom Maguire; Radical Contemporary Theatre Practices by Women in Ireland edited by Miriam Haughton and Mária Kurdi
Isobel Plowright
pages 518-520

The Art of Living: An Oral History of Performance Art by Dominic Johnson
Jane Blocker
pages 520-521

Akram Khan: Dancing New Interculturalism by Royona Mitra; Indian Modern Dance, Feminism and Transnationalism by Prarthana Purkayastha; Brazilian Bodies and their Choreographies of Identification: Swing Nation by Cristina F. Rosa; Choreographic Dwellings: Practising Place edited by Gretchen Schiller and Sara Rubidge
Melissa Blanco Borelli
pages 521-523

pages 524-528


Les Blancs and the Unknown Lorraine Hansberry
Drew Lichtenberg
pages 529-533

Ghost and Guest: Staging Hospitality in the 2015-16 season
Robert Duffley
pages 533-536

Performance and the Maternal
Emily Underwood-Lee and Lena Šimić
pages 536-539

Our arsenal of anger, our terrible rage: on the radical feminisms of Melanie Wilson, Caryl Churchill and Audre Lorde
Maddy Costa
pages 539-542

The Semiotic Turn and thinking on Ric Knowles’ How Theatre Means
Alan Read
pages 542-544

Appreciation: Arnold Wesker (1932 – 2016)
David Edgar
pages 544-547

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