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Upstage: A Journal of Turn-of-the-Century Theatre

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The fifth issue of UpStage: A Journal of Turn-of-the-Century Theatre, is now available online.

In it, you will find:

– Two scholarly articles: Suzanne J. Flynn analyzes Thomas Hardy’s rarely-discussed play The Dynasts, and Jill Wolfe sheds light on little-known late-Victorian Scottish popular theatre companies.

– A “Current Research” section focused on Italy: Antonius J. Jesenšek discusses G. B. Shaw’s reception in Italy, and Maria Pia Pagani introduces a multimedia research project at the University of Turin dedicated to fin-de-siècle theatre.

– Several book and performance reviews: Ibsen’s Foreign Contagion: Henrik Ibsen, Arthur Wing Pinero and Modernism on the London Stage, 1890-1900 by T. Carlo Matos (reviewed by Petra Dierkes-Thrun); Symbolism in Nineteenth-Century Ballet: Giselle, Coppelia, The Sleeping Beauty and Swan Lake by Margaret Fleming-Markarian (reviewed by Heather Marcovitch); Strindberg: A Life by Sue Prideaux (reviewed by Sven-Johan Spanberg) Continue reading