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Act Locally–Jacob Gallagher-Ross
Dancing by Themselves–Miriam Felton-Dansky
Near East–Ryan M. Davis
A City Bruised: Belfast's Playwrights Negotiate the Path to Peace–Katherine Clarke
Two Roads West–Laurence McKeown
Back to the Word–KLIM, Tom Sellar, and Julie-Anne Franko
Introduction to Texts for Theater–KLIM and Julie-Anne Franko
Shakespeare's 12th Night (Excerpt)–
KLIM and Julie-Anne Franko
To Hear the Note–Volodymyr Kuchynsky and Julie-Anne Franko
Theater Festivals and Their Audiences: A Forum–Brent Meersman, Savas Patsalidis, Max Glauner, Barbara Orel, and Rolf Dennemann
Twice Real: Marina Abramovic and the Performance Archive–Christopher Grobe
When Marina Abramovic Dies: A Biography by James Westcott 2010: MIT Press
Marina Abramovic: The Artist Is Present edited by Klaus Biesenbach 2010: Museum of Modern Art
Outrageous Essay–Brook Stowe
Outrageous Fortune: The Life and Times of the New American Play by Todd London with Ben Pesner and Zannie Giraud Voss 2009: Theatre Development Fund
Acting, Now and Then–Daniel Larlham
Actor Training 2nd ed. edited by Alison Hodge 2010: Routledge
The Politics of American Actor Training edited by Ellen Margolis and Lissa Tyler Renaud 2010: Routledge
Disaster Strikes–Anne Erbe
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