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TDR: The Journal of Performance Studies
Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 5, No. 0111. Saturday, 12 February 1994.
 
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  The Journal of Performance Studies  T140 (Winter 1993)
 
  TDR is the only journal that explores the diverse world of performance
  with an emphasis on the intercultural, interdisciplinary and experimental.
  It covers theater, dance, entertainment, media, sports, aesthetics of
  everyday life, politics, games, play, and ritual. TDR is edited by Richard
  Schechner of the Department of Performance Studies, New York University,
  and published quarterly by MIT Press.
 
  Now, TDR has joined the Internet community!
 
  The TDR_FORUM: on the discussion list Perform-L, you can participate in a
  forum that will focus the the latest issue with both contributing authors
  and fellow readers. See instructions below.
 
  You can browse through a sample article on the Electronic Newsstand. You
  can subscribe through MIT or the Electronic Newsstand. See directions below.
 
  Check out our table of contents:
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  // In this issue (T140 - Winter 1993) \\
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  - Towards the 21st Century - TDR Comment by Richard Schechner (editor)
  - Performing the Texts of Virtual Reality and Interactive Fiction - by
     J. Yellowlees Douglas
  - Magister Macintosh: Shuffled Notes on Hypertext Writing - by Richard Gess
  - The Word Becomes You: interview with Anna Deavere Smith - by Carol Martin
  - Anna Deavere Smith: Acting as Incorporation - by Richard Schechner
  - Shapiro and Shaliko: Techniques of Testimony - by Richard Kramer
  - Shaliko in Pictures, Shapiro in Words - by Leonardo Shapiro
  - Leaving Town Up and Down - by Leonardo Shapiro
  - Babilonia in Buenos Aires: An Interview with Javier Grosman - by
     Elzbieta Szoka
  - Operation Mallfinger: Invisible Theatre in a Popular Context - by
     Jonathan M. Gray
  - Casting the Audience - By Natalie Crohn Schmitt
  - Happenings in Europe in the '60s - by Gunter Berghaus
  - Book review essays by Richard Trousdell, Edith Turner, and David J. DeRose
 
  Each TDR issue is provocative in content, with photographs, artwork, and
  scripts illustrating every article. The journal, founded in 1955, is
  7 x 10, and a 184 pages per issue.
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