y Australasian Drama Studies periodical issue   assertion
Alternative title: ADS
Issue Details: First known date: 2006 no. 48 April 2006 of Australasian Drama Studies est. 1982
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* Contents derived from the 2006 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
The Culture of Place: Making Australian Theatre, Lyndon Terracini , 2006 single work criticism
The 2005 Rex Cramphorn Memorial Lecture was delivered at the Pacific Theatre, NIDA, 7 November 2005. Aubrey mellor OAM, Director of NIDA, introduced the lecture: an extract of his introduction is followed by the full text of Lyndon Terracini's address.
(p. 18-29)
Frank Harvey : Australian Screenwriting Pioneer, Stephen Vagg , 2006 single work criticism (p. 79-98)
Political Theatrics in the 'Fog of War', David Williams , 2006 single work criticism
Discusses the political theatrics of evidence given at the Senate Select Committee on a Certain Maritime Incident.
(p. 114-129)
The Inner Lining of Political Discourse : Presenting the Version 1.0 Remix of the Senate Select Committee on a Certain Maritime Incident, Paul Dwyer , 2006 single work criticism (p. 130-135)
CMI (A Certain Maritime Incident) : Introduction, John McCallum , 2006 single work criticism (p. 136-142)
CMI (A Certain Maritime Incident), Paul Dwyer , Version 1.0 , 2004 single work drama (p. 143-176)
Inheritors of the Dead Heart : Magical realism in 'These People' and 'Falling Petals' by Ben Ellis., Ricci-Jane Adams , 2006 single work criticism (p. 189-202)
Black and White : Australia's History Onstage in Four Plays of the New Millennium, Alison Lyssa , 2006 single work criticism (p. 203-227)
Nostalgia, Reconciliation or New National Myth? : The Adaptation of 'Cloudstreet' to the Stage, Jack Teiwes , 2006 single work criticism
'This article examines and demonstrates how minor aspects in Winton's book regarding a vision of Australia itself and Aboriginal issues were re interpreted and vastly magnified by the play's writers and director in lieu of the period novel's predominant focus on a family saga evoking a specific time and place.' Source: Jack Teiwes, 'Nostalgia, Reconciliation of New National Myth?' Australasian Drama Studies 48 April 2006: (229)
(p. 228-247)
Untitled, Jonathan Dawson , 2006 single work review
— Review of Three Dollars Robert Connolly Elliot Perlman 2005 single work film/TV ;
(p. 264-266)

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