New Theatre Quarterly provides a lively international forum where theatrical scholarship and practice can meet, and where prevailing dramatic assumptions can be subjected to vigorous critical questioning. It shows that theatre history has a contemporary relevance, that theatre studies need a methodology, and that theatre criticism needs a language. The journal publishes news, analysis and debate within the field of theatre studies. Articles in volume 69 include: Cue for Passion: on the Dynamics of Shakespearean Acting; In Search of the Lost Mode: Improvisation and All That Jazz; Still In Yer Face? Towards a Critique and a Summation; The Acteon Complex: Gaze, Body, and Rites of Passage in Hedda Gabler; The RSC Goes Walkabout: The Dillen in Stratford, 1983; After Grotowski - the Next Generation; The Ventriloquial Paradox: George Steiner's The Portage to San Cristobal of A. H.
Publisher: Cambridge University Press