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The Play’s the Thing: Censorship, Theatre and Ideology
THEATRE AS A SOCIAL INSTITUTION
THE ONLY THING WE HAVE TO FEAR
THUS SPAKE NICOLA
THE CARTOONS MADE ME DO IT
SELF-CENSORSHIP: THE TRUE HAVEN OF IDEOLOGY
A THOUGHT EXPERIMENT
SKETCH FOR ECOTERRORISM: A TRAGIC FARCE IN THREE ACTS
YOU DON’T NEED A WEATHERMAN BECAUSE THERE’S NO WIND
WHERE HAVE YOU GONE, MARAT/SADE?
AUTHOR! AUTHOR!
THE ART OF MONOLOGUE
FOLLOW THE MONEY7
TOWARD A REALLY POOR THEATRE
THE LEFT TODAY: A DEFERRED CRISIS
WHAT IS TO BE DONE?
NEITHER SCIENCE OR RELIGION
RADICAL PSYCHOANALYSIS: A PRIMER
NIGHT AND FOG
ALWAYS HISTORICIZE
HUMANUS, INC.: HOW THE CENTER HOLDS
TWO HUMANISMS?
THE DILEMMA OF “PLURALISM”
NOW DON’T TRY TO REASON WITH ME
THE ART OF RHETORIC vs. THE CRITIQUE OF IDEOLOGY
LITERATURE: SAVING THE WORLD vs. GETTING THE GUESTS
Overture: “Happy Birthday, Sam!”
FROM AVOIDANCE TO THE TRAUMATIC EVENT
TRAUMA AS TURNING POINT
RECOGNITION: SUFFERING WHO ONE IS
ACTIVE REVERSAL: THROUGH AGON TO CRISIS
THE CRISIS: THE DRAMATISTIC LOGIC OF CHANGE
EPILOGUE: TOWARD A PSYCHOANALYTIC POLITICS
An Evening with JonBenét Ramsey1
Between Two Deaths: Life on the Row
Notes
Further Reading
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Published by moodymoon
As the Corrie controversy reveals, theater is a social institution
that by and large reflects the ideological assumptions and beliefs of
the dominant order.
As the Corrie controversy reveals, theater is a social institution
that by and large reflects the ideological assumptions and beliefs of
the dominant order.

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