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Issue Details: First known date: 1998... 1998 My Vicious Angel (A One Act Play for Two Female Actors and Two MAusicians)
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Manuscript copy held in J. S. Battye Library, State Library of Western Australia, Perth.

Works about this Work

Post-feminist Physical Theatre : The Abject and the Split Subject in My Vicious Angel by Christine Evans Adele Chynoweth , 2001 single work criticism
— Appears in: Australasian Drama Studies , April no. 38 2001; (p. 44-57)
Examines the successful production of the play which 'reveals the mode of feminist politics ... acceptable for high-profile theatre companies' (44). Although the play 'provides a generally well-received alternative to the phallocentric formula of the singular male protagonist within the conventional linear narrative', the author argues that perhaps Evans 'does not go far enough in critiquing patriarchal constructions' (55).
Post-feminist Physical Theatre : The Abject and the Split Subject in My Vicious Angel by Christine Evans Adele Chynoweth , 2001 single work criticism
— Appears in: Australasian Drama Studies , April no. 38 2001; (p. 44-57)
Examines the successful production of the play which 'reveals the mode of feminist politics ... acceptable for high-profile theatre companies' (44). Although the play 'provides a generally well-received alternative to the phallocentric formula of the singular male protagonist within the conventional linear narrative', the author argues that perhaps Evans 'does not go far enough in critiquing patriarchal constructions' (55).
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