The World of Theatre: An Account of the World's Theatre Seasons 1999-2000, 2000-2001 and 2001-2002

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The World of THEATRE 2003 Edition

An account of the world's theatre seasons 1999-2000, 2000-2001 and 2001-2002

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Edited for the

International Theatre Institute

by

Ian Herbert

assisted by

Nicole Leclercq

LONDON AND NEW YORK

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Introduction vii
  • Foreword ix
  • Argentina 1
  • Australia 6
  • Austria 11
  • Bangladesh 21
  • Belarus 27
  • Belgium 31
  • Benin 41
  • Brazil 43
  • Cameroon 50
  • Canada 54
  • China 64
  • Colombia 79
  • Congo - Brazzaville (Republic) 82
  • Congo - Kinshasa (Democratic Republic) 85
  • Costa Rica 89
  • Croatia 96
  • Cuba 101
  • Cyprus 107
  • Czech Republic 111
  • Denmark 119
  • Ecuador 125
  • Egypt 128
  • Estonia 133
  • Finland 137
  • France 144
  • Germany 150
  • Ghana 155
  • Greece 157
  • Hungary 163
  • Iceland 170
  • India 174
  • Iran 179
  • Ireland 185
  • Italy 188
  • Jamaica 192
  • Japan 196
  • Jordan 202
  • Kenya 207
  • Korea 211
  • Kuwait 214
  • Latvia 220
  • Lebanon 225
  • Lithuania 228
  • Macedonia 232
  • Mexico 237
  • Moldova 239
  • Nepal 245
  • Netherlands 249
  • PerÚ 254
  • Philippines 257
  • Poland 260
  • Portugal 266
  • Romania 272
  • Russia 277
  • Singapore 284
  • Slovakia 288
  • Slovenia 293
  • South Africa 299
  • Sweden 305
  • Switzerland 310
  • Togo 316
  • Turkey 319
  • United Kingdom 323
  • United States 338
  • Uruguay 343
  • Yugoslavia 349
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