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2. Up Front—Erika Munk
3. Before the Fall: Yugoslav Theaters of Opposition—Erika Munk
4. Beginning to Clean the Air: Two Interviews from Belgrade, June 2000—Borka Pavicevic
5. Collateral Damage on the German Mind, or, How Young German Directors Became More Involved with the Issue of War—Thomas Irmer
6. South Pacific-North Atlantic: From Total War to Total Peace—Branislav Jakovljevic
7. Ten Minutes of Anthrax!: Some Notes on French Combatant Trench Scripts of the First World War—Annabelle Winograd
8. The Mobilization of Gotowar A Heroic Tragedy in Five Acts—Alexandre Dumas and Prince Rigadin
9. Excerpt from Nevermind! A Revue in One Act—Jean Mathieu
10. Excerpt from Shut-up! You Make Me Cuckoo!—Genève, Grandin, and Penn
11. Popular Army, Popular Theater: Spanish Agitprop during the Civil War, 1936-1939—Ruth Juliet Wikler
12. Crush Franco!
13. Four Shock Battalions
14. What Have You Done Today to Win the War?—Max Aub
15. Consumed in Singapore: The Intercultural Spectacle of Lear—Rustom Bharucha
16. Sailing from Byzantium: Goran Stefanovski's Hotel Europa—Erika Munk
17. Moving beyond the Movement, A Sourcebook of African-American Performance: Plays, People, Movements Edited by Annemarie Bean—Nadine George-Graves
18. The Zoo Story and the Whole Story, Edward Albee: A Singular Journey by Mel Gussow—Jonathan Shandell
19. Holocaust Stages, Theatrical Performance During the Holocaust: Texts/Documents/Memoirs Edited by Rebecca Rovit and Alvin Goldfarb—Adrienne Cooper
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