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Published for American Society for Theatre Research Theatre Survey is chartered by the American Society for Theatre Research as a theatre history journal. Published twice a year Theatre Survey provides rigorous historical and theoretical studies of performance across all periods cultures and methodologies; book reviews; book lists; and essays on new theatrical resources and exhibits. Recent subjects covered have ranged from postmodern Shakespearean production (on stage and in film) to the Kabuki theater; from medieval performance to the New Orleans Mardi Gras; and from issues of race class and colonialism in performance to studies of John Rich's Covent Garden account books and of the Hallam family.
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