DIDASKALIA

VOLUME I #4 OCTOBER 1994

Fusing Greek and Asian Drama

One of the reasons that the editors must again apologize for late publication is the relocation of Didaskalia to the University of Warwick. We are planning to expand Didaskalia considerably over the next several years and would like to invite our readers to contribute their own ideas about where Didaskalia should be going. Our present text-only format has been somewhat restrictive to a publication dedicated to a subject which is so intensely visual and audial. The advantage of the ASCII format has been that nearly everyone with a connection to the Internet has the software to view, store, and print the files, and ASCII files take up less storage space than formatted text files, .gif or other image files, and MIDI sound recordings. [ Read more ]...

'Lighting a Fuse'
Sallie Goetsch

'Suzuki Tadashi's Theatre: A Japanese Export that Enriches'
Marianne McDonald

'Notes for a Gamelan Birds'
C.W. Marshall

Book Reviews/Previews

Review of No/Kyogen Masks and Performance
Sallie Goetsch

Review of Edward Wright Haile, The Oresteia of Aeschylus
Patrick Rourke

Performances

CANADA:

U.S.A.:

Aquila Productions Fall Tour: Wasps and Philoctetes

Robert Auletta's The Oresteia in Boston, MA

GETTY MUSEUM:

Casina and Samia in Malibu, CA

ENGLAND:

NETHERLANDS:

SOUTH AFRICA

Theater Reviews

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