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2. Up Front—Erika Munk and Tom Sellar
3. Some Notes on the Origins of New Music-Theater—Eric Salzman
4. Music-Theater Lite for a Dark Age—Kyle Gann
5. The Difficulty of Defending a Form—David Lang and Mac Wellman
6. New Frequencies—Meredith Monk
7. Parts of Speech—Z Pamela
8. Excerpts from The Carbon Copy Building: A Comic Book Opera—Ben Katchor
9. On Concert Theater: A Director's Notes—Valeria Vasilevski
10. Idiots' Paradise—Rinde Eckert
11. Romeo Sierra Tango—Rinde Eckert
12. The Idiot Variations—Rinde Eckert
13. The Gardening of Thomas D.—Rinde Eckert
14. The Perverse Delight of Shockheaded Peter—Jack Zipes
15. A Delicious Meal: Needcompany's Morning Song—Erika Rundle
16. The Oracle of the Senses: Enrique Vargas and Teatro de los Sentidos in Berlin—Holger Teschke
17. Commuting be yond the Stereot ypes: The Dangerous Trek of Ivo van Hove's A Streetcar Named Desire—Charles McNulty
18. Mysteries of the Postmodern Deep: Laurie Anderson's Songs and Stories from Moby Dick—Scott Saul
19. "Their Shakespeare" Shakespeare on the German Stage: The Twentieth Century by Wilhelm Hortmann —James Leverett
20. "No Place: A Performance" Performing America: Cultural Nationalism in American Theater Edited by Jeffrey D. Mason and J. Ellen Gainor—Shawn-Marie Garrett
21. "Barba and Grotowski: A Friendship Re traced" Land of Ashes and Diamonds: My Apprenticeship in Poland by Eugenio Barba—Dragan Klaic
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