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2. Up Front—Erika Munk and Erika Rundle
3. The Ephemeral Page Mee ts The Ephemeral stage: Comix in Performance—Art Spiegelman, Phillip Johnston, and Jean Randich
4. Tony Kushner's Homebody/Kabul: Staging History in a Post–Colonial World—Framji Minwalla
5. The Death (and Life) of American Theater Criticism: Advice to the Young Critic—Jonathan Kalb
6. Images of Freedom—Jan Lauwers
7. Vienna Pure and Lust Lite—Gitta Honegger
8. The Weight of History: Max Frisch's Andorra—Matthew Wilson Smith
9. Je me souviens: De Onderneming in Montreal—Kate Bredeson
10. Yiddish Culture, Soviet State, The Moscow State Yiddish Theater: Jewish Culture on the Soviet Stage by Jeffrey Veidlinger; Cubo-Futurist Klezmer: Recordings from the Moscow State Yiddish Theatre (1922–1938) 2001: Mel Gordon and J. Hoberman—Alisa Solomon
11. To Defy the Perishing Time, In Other Los Angeleses: Multicentric Performance Art by Meiling Cheng—Una Chaudhuri
12. Reading Musicals:Reading Stephen Sondheim: A Collection of Critical Essays edited and with an introduction by Sandor Goodhart 2000: Garland; Sondheim and Lloyd-Webber: The New Musical by Stephen Citron—Eric Salzman
13. Culture and Soviet Power, Enemies of the People: The Destruction of Soviet Literary, Theater, and Film Arts in the 1930s edited by Katherine Bliss Eaton—Katerina Clark
14. O, for a Sacramental Theater, Signifying God: Social Relation and Symbolic Act in the York Corpus Christi Plays by Sarah Beckwith—Ilana M. Brownstein
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