Morality and Justice

The Challenge of European Theatre

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Authors in this volume
EDWARD BATLEY and DAVID BRADBY: Introduction
PART I
JOHN MCGRATH: Theatre and democracy
JANELLE REINELT: Performing justice for the future of our time
DAVID WHITTON: Whatever happened to theatre populaire? The unfinished history of people's theatre in France
MORAY McGOWAN: Staging the ‘Wende’: Some 1989 East German productions and the flux of history
PART II
CATERINA ALBANO: The starving body on the Elizabethan and Jacobean stage
SOPHIE LEMERCIER: The supernatural and the representation of justice in Shakespeare's theatre
ANTHONY BROMHAM: ‘Is the law firm?’ Rewriting Middleton and Rowley's The old law for the 1990s
MARK DARLOW: ‘Apprendre aux hommes à mourir’: The theatrical adaptations of Paul et Virginie
ALAN BUSST: Moralizing and the stage: French Romanticism's uneasy marriage
ANN DAVIES: Don Juan and Foucauldian sexual discourse: changing attitudes to female sexuality
JAMES JORDAN: The bureaucratisation of bias: legal responses to theatre disturbance in the Weimar Republic
MARIA DELGADO: Inscribing the invisible: Enrique Rambal and twentieth-century Spanish theatre
MONTSERRAT ROSER I PUIG: Moral games and corrupting justice in Fernando Arrabal’s The Architect and the Emperor of Assyria
ALEKS SlERZ: ‘The element that most outrages’: morality, censorship and Sarah Kane's Blasted
BART MOORE-GILBERT: Justice and morality in the plays of Hanif Kureishi
MARY LUCKHURST: The case of Theresa: Guernsey, the Holocaust and theatre censorship in the 1990s
RICHARD BLAND: Still exposing capitalism? Performance and reception in East German cabaret
STEFANIA TAVIANO: Dario Fo and Franca Rame in the United Kingdom

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