Queer Theatre in Canada
Includes:Sexuality and Identity in Fortune and Men's Eyes by Neil Carson (1972)Homo Creation: Towards a Poetics of Gay Male Theatre by Robert Wallace (1994)"That's Why I Go to the Gym": Sexual Identity and the Body of the Male Performer by Reid Gilbert (1994)Only in Alberta?: Angels in America and Canada by Susan Bennett (1996)Queer(y)ing the Canadian Stage: Brad Fraser's Poor Superman by Marcia Blumberg (1996)Wrestling with a Double Standard by Darrin Hagen (1999)Hosanna! Michel Tremblay's Queering of National Identity by Elaine Pigeon (2001)The Elephant, the Mouse, and the Lesbian National Park Rangers by B.J. Wray (2001)"Performing Femininity" On Stage and Off: Confronting Effeminaphobia Through Drag Performance by David Bateman (2002)The Configurations of Gender in Tomson Highway's Dry Lips Oughta Move to Kapuskasing by Susan Billingham (2003)Brothers' Keepers, or, The Performance of Mourning: Queer Rituals of Remembrance by Peter Dickinson (2004)Strange Sisters and Boy Kings: Post-Queer Tranz-gendered Bodies in Performance by J. Bobby Noble (2005)Get Your ‘Boy' On! Politics of Parody and Embodiment in ‘Drag' Performances in Toronto by Frances J. Latchford (2007)Making a Spectacle: The ‘Danger' of Drag Performance in Two Canadian Pride Parades by Judith R. Anderson (2007)Passionate Performances: Pol Pelletier and Experimental Feminist Theatre Beyond Barriers of Language (1975–1985) by Louise Forsyth (2007)Staging Lesbian Sex and the City by Rosalind Kerr (2007)Potluck Feminism—Where's the Meat?: Sonja Mills' Comedy of Resistance by Ann Holloway (2007)Queer and Now: The Queer Signifier at Buddies in Bad Times Theatre by J. Paul Halferty (2007)"Writing Gay: Is it Still Possible?" by Sky Gilbert (2007)Cultivating Queer: The Invisibility of the Canadian Gay Play by David Allan King (2007) Cheep Queers by Mariko Tamaki (2007)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.