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Canadian Theatre Review focuses on 'Theatre in an Age of Eco-Crisis'
The Fall 2010 issue of the Canadian Theatre Review takes a look at the role of theatre in engaging with ecological issues.
Edited by Sheila Rabillard and Nelson Gray, the edition, 'Theatre in an Age of Eco-Crisis', brings together artists, directors and scholars in a series of articles, artistic accounts, interviews and reviews, along with a newly published script, The Eco Show, by Daniel Brooks, a Canadian theatre artist.
This issue contains:
Theatre in an Age of Eco-crisis
The journal is published by the University of Toronto Press, and is available online for $15.
Nelson Gray, Sheila Rabillard
Kneading Marie Clements' Burning Vision
Theresa J. May
“Yes to Everything”- a Conversation about Theatre and Ecology with Daniel Brooks, Marie Clements, Kendra Fanconi, and Karen Hines
The Burton Auditorium: A Sustainable Theatre at York University
James B. McKernan, Marlis Schweitzer
Complexion as Metaphor: Eco-Satire in The Pochsy Plays
Xstine Cook and Spirit of White Buffalo
Ground Rules: Live Performance and Eco-art
Atomies of Desire: Directing Burning Vision in Northern Alberta
playscript of The Eco Show
CTR 144, Fall 2010