CDE - Contemporary Drama in English, Volume 11
Hans-Ulrich Mohr, Kerstin Mächler (Eds.):
Extending the Code - New Forms of Dramatic and Theatrical Expression

Table of Contents


Hans-Ulrich Mohr
Introduction: The Code of Contemporary Drama and Theatre
and its Functions

Theodore Shank
Beyond Illusion: American Alternative Theatre

Aleks Sierz
'To Recommend a Cure': Beyond Social Realism and In-Yer-Face Theatre

Annette Pankratz
Signifiying Nothing and Everything: The Extension of the Code
and Hyerreal Simulations

Piet Defraeye
In-Yer-Face Theatre? Reflections on Provocation and Provoked
Audiences in Contemporary Theatre

Silvija Jestrovic
Body and Machine: Extending the Codes in Theatre
of Laurie Anderson and Robert Wilson

Clare Wallace
Dramas of Radical Alterity: Sarah Kane and Codes of Trauma
for a Postmodern Age

Mateusz Borowski
Gendered Bodies - Historical Bodies: The Development
of the Brechtian Convetion in Caryl Churchill's Cloud Nine
and Mark Ravenhill's Mother Clap's Molly House

Mark Schreiber
'The Celtic Tiger Is Trapped and Speaks With a Twisted Tongue':
Language, Space, and the Question of Identity in the Plays of Enda Walsh

Marion Hebach
'Published and Perished': The Blurring of Boundaries
in Margret Edson's Wit

Kathleen Starck
Battefield 'Body': Gregory Burke's Gagarian Way and
Anthony Neilson's Stiching

Christopher Innes
Cross-Cultural Connections - Indian Signs/English Conventions

Christiane Schlote
'How Many Things Make a Home, and How Many Can We Carry?':
Staged Migrations and Globalized Aesthetics in Tara Arts'
Journey to the West

Dieter Riemenschneider

Maori Contemporary Theatre in English: Witi Ihimaera,
Woman Far Walking (2000)

Wumi Raji
Transformed Identities: Cultural Transgression
and Postcolonial Transformation in Ngugi wa Thiong'o's and
Ngugi wa Mirii's I Will Marry When I Want

Adele Edling Shank
Creating Plays for the New Theatre: A Playwriting Workshop

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