CFP: Book Reviewers for New England Theatre Journal (7/15/06; journal issue)

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New England Theatre Journal (a publication of the New England Theatre
Conference) invites Book Reviews for its 2006 edition. A refereed
publication, New England Theatre Journal is concerned with advancing the
study and practice of theatre and drama by printing articles of the
highest quality on a broad range of subjects, including traditional
scholarship, performance theory, pedagogy, and articles on theatre
performance, design and technology.
NETJ prints two types of Book Reviews: Full reviews (1000 words) and
Briefly Noted (175-200 words each). Following are listed books
available for either type and a few that are offered only for Brief
notice (indicated by an "*" ).
If you are interested in being considered as a prospective Reviewer for
NETJ, please contact Alycia Smith-Howard and Greta Heintzelman at: Please indicate your preferred title for review, a brief
outline of your qualifications and your snail-mail (Spring 06) address.
The absolute deadline for Book Review submissions is 15 July 2006. All
contributions to NETJ should conform to MLA Handbook guidelines. Reviews
should be judicious and informative - total pans will not be accepted.


Bogad, L.M. Electoral Guerrilla Theatre: Radical Ridicule and Social
Movements. New
     York: Routledge, 2005.

* Bogart, Anne and Tina Landau. The Viewpoints Book. New York: Theatre
     Communications Group, 2005.

Bottoms, Stephen. The Cambridge Companion to Edward Albee. Cambridge:
     University Press, 2005.

Brewer, Mary F. Staging Whiteness. Middletown, CT: Wesleyan University Press,

Brown, Pamela Allen and Peter Parolin. Women Players in England, 1500-1660:
     the All-Male Stage. London: Ashgate, 2005.

Dickey, Jerry and Miriam Lopez-Rodriguez. Broadway's Bravest Woman: Selected
     Writings of Sophie Treadwell. Crabondale: Southern Illinois University
Press, 2006.

* Einhorn, Edward. The Golem Methuselah and Shylock: Plays by Edward Einhorn.
     York: Theatre 61 Press, 2005.

Farfan, Penny. Women, Modernism & Performance. Cambridge: Cambridge
     Press, 2004.

* Jennings, Coleman A., ed. Theatre for Children: Fifteen Classic Plays. New
York: St.
     Marten's Press, 2005.

Konkle, Lincoln. Thorton Wilder and the Puritan Narrative Tradition.
     University of Missouri Press, 2006.

* Lewis, Ferdinand. Ensemble Works: An Anthology. New York: Theatre
     Group, 2005.

Londraville, Janis and Richard Londraville. The Most Beautiful Man in the
World: Paul
     Swan, from Wilde to Warhol. Lincoln: University of Virginia, 2006.

* Longman, Stanley Vincent. Page and Stage: An Approach to Script Analysis.
     Pearson, 2004.

* Meerzon, Yana. The Path of a Character: Michael Chekhov's Inspired Acting
     Theatre Semiotics. Heidelberg: Peter Lang, 2005.

Murphy, Brenda. The Provincetown Players and the Culture of Modernity.
     Cambridge University Press, 2005.

* Rush, David. A Student Guide to Play Analysis. Carbonale: University of
     Illinois University Press, 2005.

* Shinn, Christopher. Where Do We Live and Other Plays. New York: Theatre
     Communications Group, 2005.

Somerset-Ward, Richard. An American Theatre: The Story of Westport Country
     Playhouse. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2005.

Svich, Caridad, ed. Trans-Global Readings: Crossing Theatrical Boundaries.
     Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2003.

Tait, Peta. Circus Bodies: Cultural Identity in Aerial Performance. London:

* Trauth, Suzanne M. and Elizabeth C. Stroppel. Sonia Moore and American
     Training. Lanham, MD: The Scarecrow Press, 2005.

* Tucker, Patrick and Christine Ozanne. The Actor's Survival Handbook. New
     Routledge, 2005.

Walker, Julia A. Expressionism and Modernism in the American Theatre.
     Cambridge University Press, 2005.

Walker-Kuhne, Donna. Invitation to the Party: Building Bridges to the Arts,
Culture and
     Community. New York: Theatre Communications Group, 2005.

Weber, Anne Nicholson. Upstaged: Making Theatre in the Media Age. New York:
     Routledge, 2006.

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