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Aboriginal Drama and Theatre

Aboriginal Drama and Theatre

Table of contents

On Native Mythology by Tomson Highway (1987)
Absorption, Elimination, and the Hybrid: Some Impure Questions of Gender and Culture in the Trickster Drama of Tomson Highway by Sheila Rabillard (1993)
The theatre of orphans/Native languages on stage by Floyd Favel Starr (1993)
Receiving Aboriginality: Tomson Highway and the Crisis of Cultural Authenticity by Alan Filewod
‘Shine on us, Grandmother Moon’: Coding in Canadian First Nations Drama by Reid Gilbert (1996)
Alive and well: Native theatre in Canada by Drew Hayden Taylor (1996)
The artificial tree: native performance culture research, 1991-1996 by Floyd Favel Starr (1997)
Hybridity and Mimicry in the Plays of Drew Hayden Taylor by Robert Nunn (1998)
Selling Myself: the Value of an Artist by Yvette Nolan (1999)
Translators, Traitors, Mistresses, and Whores: Monique Mojica and the Mothers of the Métis Nations by Ric Knowles (2001)
The Beginning of Cree Performance Culture by Geraldine Manossa (2001)
A Handful of Plays by Native Earthlings by Daniel David Moses (2001, 2002)
Daniel David Moses: Ghostwriter with a Vengeance by Rob Appleford (2005)
A Windigo Tale: Contemporizing and Mythologizing the Residential School Experience by Armand Garnet Ruffo (2005)

Description

Critical Perspectives on Canadian Theatre in English sets out to make the best critical and scholarly work in the field readily available. The series publishes the work of scholars and critics who have traced the coming-into-prominence of a vibrant theatrical community in English Canada.