Contemporary Feminist Theatres: To Each Her Own

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INDEX
A
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abortion 61 , 127 , 204
Abortion law reform 127
academics (in theatre) 211 -12
accountability 13 , 14 , 53 , 55 , 95 , 106
'acting self' 125 , 140
Action Space/Drill Hall 58 , 74
Actresses' Franchise League 23 , 57
Aesop's Fabulous Fables203
aesthetic criteria 36 , 213 , 234 -5, 239 , 240
affirmative action policies 60 , 71
Afro-American Women Writers149
Age of Consent75
age distribution (theatre-goers) 44 -5, 47 -8
agency concept 20 , 225
AgitProp Street Players 50 -1, 58 , 61
agitprop theatre 4 , 24 -5, 38 , 57 , 63 , 76 -7, 106 -7, 116 , 128 , 133 , 237 , 242
agoraphobia 109 -10, 112
Agran, Linda 69
AIDS 117 , 206
Albany Empire Theatre 193
Alcoff, Linda 36
'alienation device' 108
Almost Free Theatre 58 , 74
alternative theatre 10 , 17 - 18 , 26 -8, 34 , 48 , 116 , 214 ;
see also fringe theatre
Alton Bill 127
Amazing Equal Pay Play, The60 , 61
Ambiance Theatre 58
'ambiguous identities' vi , 243
American Psychiatric Association 117
Anderson, Laurie 184
Andoh, Adjoa 134
'apparatus criticus' 19 , 20 , 232 , 235
applause (as reward) 224 -5
Arbor, Pearl 164
Arden, Jane 25
Armitage, Jennifer 53
artificial insemination by donor 126
Arts Council:
funding 39 - 40 , 48 -9, 56 , 58 - 60 , 67 , 71 , 73 , 80 , 86 , 97 , 101 -2, 153 , 158 ;
'The Glory of the Garden' 49 , 72 , 73
Ashley, Lynne 64
Aston, Elaine 9
At the Foot of the Mountain Theatre 38
audience 30 ;
active spectator 106 , 190 , 223 , 225 , 238 ;
as critic 51 -2, 100 , 113 , 199 , 223 ;
expectation 29 , 131 -2, 140 ;
gaze see 'gaze', gendered;
laugh of recognition 135 -7;
minimal 183 -4;
-performer relationship 110 -12;
of rehearsed readings 188 -99;
response 110 -12, 121 ;
role 10 , 15 , 42 -8, 114 , 172 , 199 , 223 -5, 233 ;
spectatorship theories 10 , 20 , 21 -2;
theatre-going habits 43 -7, 225
audiences (new) 12 ;
community theatre (TIE and YPT) 199 - 202 ;
difference and multilingualism 202 -6;
themes 206 -9
author:
'death of' 20 , 21 , 32 , 190 , 199 , 225 ;
as producer 189 ;
see also playwright
authorship 11 , 95 -7, 100 - 102
autobio-mythography 178 , 180
Avon Touring 52 , 53 -4
B
b
Bailey, Marion 195 -6
Bailey, Sandy 49
Barba, Eugenio 26
Bardsley, Barney 99
Barker, Clive 73
Barthes, Roland 20

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Keynotes vi
  • Contents vii
  • Series Editors' Preface ix
  • Illustrations x
  • Acknowledgements xi
  • 1 - Contemporary Feminist Theatres 14
  • 2 - Feminist Theatres 1968-90 38
  • 3 - Four Companies 62
  • 4 - Common Working Methods of Feminist Theatres 88
  • Notes 244
  • Bibliography 269
  • Index 301
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