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. Articles in volume 77 include: 'First-Class Evening Entertainments': Spectacle and Social Control in a Mid-Victorian Music Hall'; The 'Wicked City' Motif on the American Stage before the Civil War; An Eighteenth-Century Performance Analysis: Bottiger on Iffland; Practice as Research in Performance: a Personal Response; Jeremy Sandford: a Docu-Retrospect; British Radio Dramaturgy and the Effects of the New Conservatism; 'Out Vile Jelly': Sarah Kane's Blasted and Shakespeare's King Lear; 'Me and My Mates': the State of English Playwriting, 2003.
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