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Terry Papillon, Terry.Papillon@gmail.com
Volume 3, Number 1
June 1995


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This is to inform you of the release of Didaskalia Supplement 1: 'How is it Played? Genre, Performance, Meaning', edited by Elise Garrison.' Issue 2.2 (April) will appear before the end of May if it kills me.

Instructions on access appear at the end of the Table of Contents

University of Warwick, England

DIDASKALIA: ANCIENT THEATER TODAY

ISSN 1321-4853

Sallie Goetsch (Founding Editor)
Peter Toohey (Associate Editor)
Stefan Didak (Technical Consultant)

Editorial Board (as of this issue):

Oliver Taplin (Oxford)
Caterina Barone (Padova)
Marianne McDonald (UC San Diego)
C.W. Marshall (Concordia-Montreal)
John Davidson (Victoria University Wellington)
Margaret Mezzabotta (Cape Town)
Richard Beacham (Warwick)
Gary Decker (Michigan)
Pat Easterling (Cambridge)

DIDASKALIA Supplement 1-May 1995

How is it Played? Genre, Performance and Meaning

01-TABLE OF CONTENTS

02-PUBLISHER'S NOTE by Sallie Goetsch

03-INTRODUCTION by Elise Garrison, Texas A&M

04-'The Performance, the Genre, and the Director' by Wulf Koepke, Texas A&M

05-'Recreating the Playwright's Images: Directing Athol Fugard's 'MASTER HAROLD'....and the boys' by Roger Schultz, Texas A&M

06-'Stage Performance in the Age of Virtual Reality: Part One (1)' by Judith de Luce, Miami University

07-'Stage Performance in the age of Virtual Reality: Part II' by Lee Horvitz, Miami University

08-'The Actor as Literary Critic' by Jay Malarcher, Louisiana State University

09-'The Male Actor of Greek Tragedy: Evidence of Misogyny or Gender-Bending' by Nancy Rabinowitz, Hamilton College

10-'Did Women Sing in the Thesmophoriazusae?' by Philip Ambrose, University of Vermont

11-'Flesh or Fish or What?--Euripides' Orestes' by Victor Castellani, University of Denver

12-'Tragicomedy as a Running Joke: Plautus' Amphitruo in Performance' by Timothy Moore, University of Texas

13-'Dramatic Genre and the Don Juan Theme' by Perry Gethner, Oklahoma State University

14-'Will the Real Medee Please Step Forward?' by Joy Sylvester, Texas A&M University

Didaskalia Supplement 1-May 1995 ISSN 1321-4853


Access to Didaskalia is by WWW, gopher, or anonymous ftp. The URL for this issue is:
http://didaskalia.berkeley.edu/
The URL for the Didaskalia Home Page is:
http://didaskalia.berkeley.edu/

The root gopher server is gopher.csv.warwick.ac.uk. The top- level menu is 'Information about the University of Warwick'; the next is 'Other Publications.' The full gopher path is:
gopher.csv.warwick.ac.uk/11/univ-info/other-publications/didaskalia/

To retrieve files by anonymous ftp, open
ftp.csv.warwick.ac.uk/pub/journals/didaskalia. Type 'ls' to see a list of directories, then 'cd <directory>' to change directories and 'get' <filename>' to download a file.

Please direct all comments and queries to
didaskalia@csv.warwick.ac.uk.

COPYRIGHT NOTE: Copyright remains with authors, but due reference should be made to this journal if any part of the above is later published elsewhere.

Electronic Antiquity Vol. 3 Issue 1 - June 1995
edited by Peter Toohey and Ian Worthington
antiquity-editor@classics.utas.edu.au
ISSN 1320-3606



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