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  • MacIvor, Daniel, 1962- -- Criticism and interpretation.
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    Daniel MacIvor / edited by Richie Wilcox.
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    Toronto : Playwrights Canada Press, 2015.
  • MacIvor, Daniel, 1962- -- Criticism and interpretation.
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    New essays on Canadian theatre ; v. 5.
    vii, 257 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
    First edition.
    "I see dead people": An introduction to Daniel MacIvor and his wilder ways / Richie Wilcox -- The authentic artificial / Daniel MacIvor -- Together growing: An interview with Daniel Brooks / Richie Wilcox -- Selling solo: Cul-De-Sac and This is What Happens Next / Susan Bennett -- Three women and identity in Marion Bridge and Was Spring / Ann Wilson -- Rewriting self and memory in The Soldier Dreams / Wes D. Pearce -- "Here's to shutting up": Lessons of the MU-Koan in A Beautiful View / Jenn Stephenson --
    Searching for the muse: Changing inspiration / Caroline Gillis -- Dance plays on the Canadian imagination / Ray Miller -- MacIvors: Gay/Queer representation and radical intimacy / Thom Bryce McQuinn -- Daniel MacIvor's Arigato, Tokyo: Cultural palimpsests in performance / Peter Kuling -- Somewhere I Have Never Travelled: Daniel MacIvor's gay hometown play / Christopher Grignard -- Tennessee Williams, Daniel MacIvor, and biodrama in Canada / John S. Bak.
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    Wilcox, Richie, editor.
    "This volume of essays is the first solely dedicated to the work of Daniel MacIvor. It aims to contextualize and analyze the work of this highly prolific theatre artist who is consistently produced and published and yet largely ignored in academia. The compilation features seasoned academics as well as emerging scholars dissecting MacIvor s repertoire and ranges from a study of dance within his plays to the branding of his solo shows, to the breakdown of memory within his AIDS play, to the troubled formation of identity in his penned female roles, to biographical performances of Tennessee Williams. The book also features insightful artist statements authored by some of MacIvor s closest collaborators as well as a contemplation from MacIvor himself on the theory of acting and theatre" -- Publisher.
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
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