CTR166: Performing Politicians now available to read on Project Muse

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CTR166 coverCTR 166, Spring 2016
Performing Politicians
Barry Freeman and Laura Levin

Features

Performing Politicians: A CTR Wrecking Ball
Laura Levin, Barry Freeman

Best in Show: Reality Theatre, Performative Authenticity, and the 2015 Federal Election
Marcus Youssef

The Interview
Marty Chan

Andrew Wheeler’s Governing Body
Katrina Dunn

When Canada Goes Viral: The Canada Party and the Circulation of Political Satire
Kimberley McLeod

Dear PM
Chris Lloyd

The Righteous Clamour of Cabaret Tollé
Alexis O’Hara

Serious Politics
Kim Waldron

Joey Walks the Old Lost Land in Artistic Fraud’s The Colony of Unrequited Dreams
Barry Freeman

Course Syllabus: The Theatre of Rob Ford 101
Laura Levin

Dragons of Decolonial Gas Stations
Frances Koncan

Mother Playwright and Her Children: Annabel Soutar’s The Watershed
Joel Fishbane

@ElizabethMay and the Twitter Debate
Kelly Lynn Kirk

Political Acts and Public Voices: Paying Time and Attention to The Public Servant
Jenny Salisbury

Script

The Public Servant
Jennifer Brewin, Haley McGee, Sarah McVie, Amy Rutherford

Views and Reviews

Editorial
Heather Davis-Fisch

Vital Failures: Jordan Tannahill’s Search for Impressive Theatre
Kimberley McLeod

Staging a Gay Past in the Present: An Interview with The Gay Heritage Project Collaborators Damien Atkins, Paul Dunn, and Andrew Kushnir
Stephen Low

Indigenous Declarations: ARTICLE 11 at the National Arts Centre
Ric Knowles

“We Are All Treaty People”: The Making Treaty 7 Project
Susan Bennett

Online Features

A Pageant of Political Ghosts: VideoCabaret’s Performance Archive
Laura Levin, Carly Maga

C-24 Squib
Guillermo Verdecchia

Little Lizzie & the Green Fairy
Janet Munsil

Perfect Storm
Yvette Nolan

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