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Author Freeman, Sara.
Title Theatre History Studies 2016, Vol. 35.
Imprint Chicago : University of Alabama Press, 2016.

Author Freeman, Sara.
Series Theatre History Studies ; v. 35
Theatre History Studies.
Subject Theater -- History.
Alt Name Douglas, Jennifer.
Bamford, Karen.
Cook, Brian E. G.
Haugo, Ann.
Hopkins, Chandra Owenby.
Justice-Malloy, Rhona.
Komporaly, Jozefina, 1969-
Maresh, Karin.
Freeman, Sara.
Description 1 online resource (392 pages).
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Contents List of Illustrations ; Introduction / Sara Freeman ; Part I. Studies in Theatre History ; Berlin's "First Responder" Artists, 1945-1946: Theatre and Politics from the Rubble / Rebecca Rovit.
"Would You Die for the Fatherland?": Disciplining the German Commemorative Body / Scott Venters Shocking the System: The Arts Council, the British Council, and the Paradox of Cherub Theatre Company / Brian E.G. Cook ; The Long View of World Theatre History / Steve Tillis.
Part II. Special Section: Rethinking the Maternal Introduction to Part II / Karen Bamford and Sheila Rabillard ; Poisoning the Mother/Land: An Ecofeminist Dramaturgy in José Rivera's Marisol and Cherríe Moraga's Heroes and Saints / Arden Elizabeth Thomas.
Flying Babies and Pregnant Men: Staging Motherhood in Marina Carr's Low in the Dark / Jennifer Douglas Mothers, Daughters, Identity, and Impossibilities / Rhona Justice-Malloy ; "She Was Always Sad": Remembering Mother in Caryl Churchill's Not Enough Oxygen and A Number / Margaret Savilonis.
Note Making a Spectacle: Motherhood in Contemporary British Theatre and Performance / Jozefina Komporaly Un/Natural Motherhood in Marina Carr's The Mai, Portia Couglan, and By the Bog of Cats ... / Karin Maresh.
"Who Let in One of Them Mothers?": Maternal Perversity on the American Musical Stage / Jennifer Worth.
Print version record.
ISBN 9780817390747 (electronic bk.)
081739074X (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 963579098
Additional Format Print version: Freeman, Sara. Theatre History Studies 2016, Vol. 35. Chicago : University of Alabama Press, ©2016 9780817371104

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