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Issue 11, Winter 2009
Enter The New Wave

Enter The New Wave

Articles

It’s Not Simple Stupid: Re-Reading Margaret Williams on New Wave Drama / Julian Meyrick

Political Lessons of the ‘New Wave’: Romeril’s The Floating World / Denise Varney

Lygon Street Limbo: The Disabling Myth of the New Wave / Maryrose Casey & Jodi Gallagher

The experimental Jane Street seasons: seeking the Australian play and finding Australian performances / Adrian Guthrie

A Heterodox View From Sydney: Rex Cramphorn and the New Wave / Ian Maxwell

The Chapel Perilous: The Paradigm of Fertility Overshadowed by the Quest / Jasna Novakovic

Theatre of the Old Wave: Mona Brand’s On Stage Vietnam / Angela O’Brien

The New Wave: A Brisbane Perspective: La Boite Theatre Company’s Distinctive Contribution / Christine Comans


Transcripts of conference discussions

Day One, Session 1: Jack Hibberd’s White With Wire Wheels: Then and Now

Day One, Session 2: Enter The New Wave: Melbourne

Day One, Session 3: Jack Hibberd’s A Stretch of the Imagination

Day One, Session 4: Aspects of the New Wave: Mona Brand, The Human Body (Sydney), APG (Melbourne), New Theatre and Peter King (1989)

Day One, Session 5: Discussion after a Performance/Reading of Alex Buzo’s Norm and Ahmed

Day Two, Session 1: Enter The New Wave: Sydney

Day Two, Session 3: Dorothy Hewett and The Chapel Perilous

Day Two, Session 4: John Romeril: 'Still Here'

Day Two, Session 5: Closing Remarks

 

 
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