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"Ethnic," Multicultural, and Intercultural Theatre (print) by Ric Knowles and Ingrid Mündel

Volume 14 in the series Critical Perspectives on Canadian Theatre in English

"Audiences for intercultural theatre in our experience have become increasingly diverse in recent years, at productions by genuinely intercultural companies... Productions no longer need appeal either to the traditional white middle-class audience of Canada's so-called "main stages" (including those of the former "alternative" theatres) nor to communities narrowly defined by culture or interest—what used to be called "preaching to the converted..." —from the introduction

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"Ethnic," Multicultural, and Intercultural Theatre (print)


When the Performer is Black by Rita Shelton Deverell (1986)
Heritage or Cultural Evolution: Federal Policy on Multiculturalism and the Arts by Carol Off (1988)
On Their Own Terms by Beverly Yhap (1988)
Angry Enough to Spit, But With Dry Lips it Hurts More Than You Know by Marie Annharte Baker (1991)
Family Matters: Reflections of Italian-Canadian Culture by Angela Baldassarre (1994)
“Coming Together” in Lift Off! ’93: Intercultural Theatre in Toronto and Canadian Multiculturalism by Mayte Gómez (1994)
Into the Margins... by Lorena Gale (1995)
Transgressive Storytelling or an Aesthetic of Injury: Performance, Pedagogy and Ethics by Julie Salverson (1999)
Where is the Here Now?: Living the Border in the New Canadian Drama by Jerry Wasserman (2000)
“A Word in a Foreign Language”: On Not Translating in the Theatre by Julie Byczynski (2000)
“The Whole Thing You’re Doing is White Man’s Ways”: farewell’s Northern Tour by Christine Lenze (2001)
Chinese Theatre in Canada: The Bigger Picture by Jean Yoon (2002)
Seven Things About Cahoots Theatre Projects by Guillermo Verdecchia (2003)
from Black and White and Re(a)d All Over Again: Indigenous Minstrelsy in Contemporary Canadian and Australian Theatre by Helen Gilbert (2003)
from Diaspora and the Theatre of the Nation by Aparna Dharwadker (2003)
Can I Get a Witness?: Performing Community in African-Nova Scotian Theatre by Maureen Moynagh (2006)
Remember the Nation: Lorena Gale’s Je me souviens by Joanne Tompkins (2006)
Performing Intercultural Memory in the Diasporic Present: The Case of Toronto by Ric Knowles (2008)
Staging Racial Hybridity: Somatextual Complexities in Contemporary Canadian Drama by Michelle La Flamme (2009)

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.

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Title "Ethnic," Multicultural, and Intercultural Theatre (print)
ISBN 13 9780887548321
Genre Academic, Essays
Contributor(s) Ric Knowles
Ingrid Mündel
Contributor 3 N/A
Contributor 4 N/A
Year 2009

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