Australian Playwrights

And Australian Drama, Theatre and Performance

Editor: Jonathan Bollen
The aims of Australian Playwrights are:

• To contribute to the interpretation, critical analysis, recognition, promotion, and wider understanding of Australian drama, theatre and performance.
• To publish scholarship on Australian drama, theatre and performance, including: critical studies of a particular playwright, director or company and their plays, productions and/or performances; thematic studies exploring the work of a group of Australian playwrights, theatre companies and/or performance makers; and scholarly books investigating a period, topic or approach in Australian drama, theatre or performance.
• To enliven, enrich, inform and illustrate the study of drama, theatre and performance, both within Australia and internationally, especially for scholars, artists and students.

Each book in the series offers an in-depth study aimed at furthering knowledge of Australian drama, theatre and performance within the broader formation of Australian culture by drawing on a range of primary and secondary sources concerned with playwriting, performance-making, theatre production and/or critical reception.

Authors are cordially invited to submit proposals and/or full manuscripts to the publisher at BRILL, Christa Stevens.
Questions about your manuscript and proposals can also be directed to the Series Editor, Jonathan Bollen.
Series Editor: Jonathan Bollen (UNSW Sydney)

Founded by Ortrun Zuber-Skerritt
Developed by Veronica Kelly, Peta Tait and Denise Varney.