Sunday, July 26, 2015

New Issue of Comparative Drama

Comparative Drama is pleased to announce publication of our Spring 2015 issue. Volume 49.1 includes the following contributions:


Moscow, St Petersburg, London: Hubert Griffith and the Search for a Russian Truth
Claire Warden

The Tragicomic Moment: Republicanism in Beaumont and Fletcher’s Philaster
Judy Park

Vondel’s Brothers and the Power of Imagination
Stijn Bussels

Brothers and ‘Gentles’ in The Life of King Henry the Fifth
Maurice Hunt


The Drama of Reform: Theology and Theatricality, 1461-1553, by Tamara Atkin
reviewed by Clifford Davidson

Documentary Trial Plays in Contemporary American Theater, by Jacqueline O'Connor
reviewed by Leopold Lippert

The Ingenious Simpleton: Upending Imposed Ideologies through Brief Comic Theatre, by Delia Méndez Montesinos
reviewed by Corey A. Reed

Moving Shakespeare Indoors: Performance and Repertoire in the Jacobean Playhouses,
edited by Andrew Gurr and Farah-Karim-Cooper
reviewed by Joel Benabu

Singing Simpkin and other Bawdy Jigs: Musical Comedy on the Shakespearean Stage: Scripts, Music and Context, by Roger Clegg and Lucie Skeaping
reviewed by Catherine Henze

The End of Satisfaction: Drama and Repentance in the Age of Shakespeare
, by Heather Hirschfeld reviewed by William Junker

Shaw’s Settings: Gardens and Libraries, by Tony Jason Stafford
reviewed by Christopher Wixson

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