BJTP 4.2


Fall 2007

Letter from the Editor
Carolyn D. Roark

Editorial:Theatre as a Way of Knowing in the Christian Academy–Four Perspectives

Feature: God’s Image Carved in Ebony: Race, Religion, and Performance
Amanda Kemp and M. Alison Kibler

Feature: Traces of Hope: Orality, Literacy, and the Preservation of History through Memory in the Dance DramaRabinal Achi
Daniel Breining

Feature: Missionaries, Martyrs, and Madmen: The Christian as Outsider on the Japanese Stage
Kevin J. Wetmore

Feature: Betrayal and Responsibility in Henrik Ibsen’s A Doll’s House and Little Eyolf and Horton Foote’s Young Man from Atlanta
Robert Haynes

Profile: Soul Purpose Liturgical Drama Troupe
John Steven Paul

Book & Performance Reviews:

  • John Lutterbie- Theatres of Human Sacrifice: From Ancient Ritual to Screen Violence, Mark Pizzato
  • Ben Fisler- Theatre and Travel: Tours of the South (Theatre Symposium 13), Susan Kattwinkle (Ed.)
  • James O’Regan- The Idea of Theatre in Latin Christian Thought: Augustine to the Fourteenth Century, Donnalee Dox,
  • William Ferleman- Acting Jewish: Negotiating Ethnicity on the American Stage and Screen, Henry Bial
  • James Brandon- Ghosts of Theatre and Cinema in the Brain, Mark Pizzato
  • Stephen Harrick- White People Do Not Know How to Behave at Entertainments Designed for Ladies and Gentlemen of Colour: William Brown’s African and American Theater, Marvin McAllister
  • Kevin Otos-“The School for Husbands” at Texas Shakespeare Festival
  • Nic Birns-“Wake Up, Mr. Sleepy, Your Unconscious is Dead” at Ontological-Hysteric Theater New York
  • Ray Schultz-“Faith Healer” at Booth Theatre
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