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2. Up Front–Erika Munk
3. Irony and Deeper Significance: Where Are the Plays?–Alisa Solomon
4. Documentary Solo Performance: The Politics of the Mirrored Self–Jonathan Kalb
5. Re thinking Power, Re thinking Theater
6. Boal and Beyond: Strategies for Creating Community Dialogue–Sharon Green
7. Notes from Inside–Tim Mitchell
8. Theater of the Recruits–Grace Telesco
9. How Do You Make Social Change?–Tony Kushner, Linda Frye Burnham, Doug Paterson, Archon Fung, John O'Neal, Roberta Uno, Holly Hughes, Peter C. Brosius, Caron Atlas, Dorinne Kondo, Rubén Martínez, Buzz Alexander, Dudley Cocke, Graciela Sanchez, John Malpede, Marty Pottenger, Tim Miller, Melanie Joseph, and William Pope.L
10. Motion of the Ocean: The Shifting Face of U.S. Theater for Social Change since the 1960s–Jan Cohen-Cruz
11. What Happened?
12. Change on Whose Terms? Testimony and an Erotics of Injury–Julie Salverson
13. Memory, Money, and Persistence: Theater of Social Change in Context–Arlene Goldbard
14. Agitational Performance, Now and Then–Claudia Orenstein
15. What Do We Want to Achieve?
16. The Gospel According to Billy–Jonathan Kalb
17. I Love New York, or Starbucks out of Hell's Kitchen–Reverend Billy
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Theater and Social Change not only tracks the historical evolution of political theater but also explores the current state and future prospects of different modes, including agit-prop, demonstrations, solo performance, Augusto Boal’s Theater of the Oppressed, and community-based production. With such notable contributors as Anna Deavere Smith, Jonathan Kalb, Holly Hughes, and Tony Kushner, the issue offers a diverse assemblage of personal statements, conversations, photographs, interviews, and performance text.
Contributors include: Reverend Billy, Jan Cohen-Cruz, Arlene Goldbard, Sharon Green, Lani Guinier, Holly Hughes, Jonathan Kalb, Tony Kushner, Judith Malina, Robbie McCauley, John O'Neal, Claudia Orenstein, Bill Rauch, Julie Salverson, Anna Deavere Smith, Alisa Solomon, Roberta Uno
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