A bibliography of assigned resources for this course

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Anonymous. “Everyman.” In Everyman and Other Miracle and Morality Plays, 37–59. Dover Thrift Editions. Mineola, New York: Dover Publications, Inc., 1995.

———. “Mushrooms (Kusabira).” In Traditional Japanese Theater: An Anthology of Plays, edited by Karen Brazell and James T. Araki, translated by Caroline Morley, 245-254 out of 561. Translations from the Asian Classics. New York: Columbia University Press, 1998.

———. Rabinal Achi. Translated by Dennis Tedlock. Oxford ; Oxford University Press, 2003.

Anouilh, Jean. “Antigone.” In Five Plays, translated by Louis Galantiere, 1–51. New York: Hill and Wang, 1986.

Aristophanes. “Lysistrata.” In Birds: Lysistrata ; Assembly-Women ; Wealth, translated by Stephen Halliwell, 81-141 out of 297. Oxford, New York: Clarendon Press ; Oxford University Press, 1997.

Aristotle. “Excerpts from the Poetics.” In Poetics, translated by Anthony Kenny, Reprint., 17–40. Oxford World’s Classics, 2013.

Axton, Richard, and John Stevens, eds. “Le Garcon et L’Aveugle.” In Medieval French Plays., 193-206 out of 313 pages. New York: Barnes & Noble, 1971.

Bharata. “Natyasastra.” In Theatre/Theory/Theatre: The Major Critical Texts from Aristotle and Zeami to Soyinka and Havel, edited by Daniel Gerould, 84-99 out of 499. Milwaukee: Hal Leonard Corporation, 2003.

Carlson, Marla. “Impassive Bodies: Hrotsvit Stages Martyrdom.” Theatre Journal 50, no. 4 (1998): 473–87.

Carlson, Marvin. “Ch. 1: What Is Theatre?” In Theatre: A Very Short Introduction, First edition., 1-26 out of 131. Very Short Introductions 402. Oxford: University Press, 2014.

———. “The Arab Aristophanes.” Comparative Drama 47, no. 2 (Summer 2013): 151–66.

Case, Sue-Ellen. “Traditional History: A Feminist Deconstruction.” In Feminism and Theatre, 4-27 out of 149. New Directions in Theatre. Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1988.

Fidel Sacor, Hugo. Rabinal-Achí, o, Danza del tun. Cuadernos de investigación (Universidad de San Carlos de Guatemala. Dirección General de Investigación). Guatemala: Universidad de San Carlos de Guatemala, 1990.

Gambaro, Griselda. “Antígona Furiosa.” In Information for Foreigners: Three Plays, 133-159 out of 175 pages. Evanston, Illinois: Northwestern University Press, 1992.

George, Alain F. “The Illustrations of the ‘Maqāmāt’ and the Shadow Play.” Muqarnas 28 (2011): 1–42.

HathiTrust. “Kalidasa : Translations of Shakuntala, and Other Works / by Arthur W. Ryder.” Accessed August 21, 2023.

Hsia, C. T., Wai-yee Li, and George Kao. “Introduction.” In The Columbia Anthology of Yuan Drama. New York, UNITED STATES: Columbia University Press, 2014.

Isherwood, Charles. “Review: At Lincoln Center Festival, Timeless Japanese Noh Dramas.” The New York Times, July 14, 2016, sec. Theater.

Ito, Yoshiyuki. 日本語: 能のバナー。ウィキヴォヤージュ用。. October 7, 2017.

Jacobus, Lee A. “Medieval Drama.” In The Compact Bedford Introduction to Drama, 5th ed., 143-158 out of 1029. Boston: Bedford Books, 2005.

Kālidāsa. Kalidasa: Translations of Shakuntala, and Other Works. England: J.M. Dent & Sons ; E.P. Dutton & Co., 1912?, 1912.

Kālidāsa, and Arthur W. Ryder. Kalidasa: Translations of Shakuntala, and Other Works. Urvashi. London : New York: J.M. Dent & Sons ; E.P. Dutton & Co., 1912.

Leinaweaver, Richard E. “Rabinal Achí: Commentary and English Translation.” Latin American Theatre Review, March 1, 1968, 3–53.

“Medieval Theatres in Europe, Ch. 5.” In Early Theatres, 132–55, n.d.

Mee, Erin B., and Helene P. Foley. “Mobilizing Antigone.” In Antigone on the Contemporary World Stage, 1-33 out of 469 p. Classical Presences. Oxford ; Oxford University Press, 2011.

Mishima, Yukio. “Lady Aoi.” In Five Modern Nō Plays, [1st American ed.]., 143–71. A Borzoi Book. New York: Knopf, 1957.

Osakwe, Chima. “ABYDOS PASSION PLAY: AFRICAN ORIGINS OF WORLD THEATER.” In At the Crossroads: Readings of the Postcolonial and the Global in African Literature and Visual Art, edited by Ghirmai Negash, Andrea E. Frohne, and Samuel Zadi, 273-282 out of 359. Annual Selected Papers of the ALA. Trenton, New Jersey: Africa World Press, 2014.

“Scenes of Cognition: Performance and Conquest on JSTOR.” Accessed August 22, 2023.

Schechner, Richard. “Wayang Kulit in the Colonial Margin.” TDR (1988-) 34, no. 2 (1990): 25–61.

Sikes, Alan. “Theatre History, Theatrical Mimesis, and the Myth of the Abydos Passion Play.” Theatre History Studies 34 (January 2015): 3–18.

Sophocles. “Antigone.” In The Oedipus Cycle: Oedipus Rex ; Oedipus at Colonus ; Antigone, translated by Dudley Fitts and Robert Fitzgerald, 41 out of 249 p. Harvest Books. New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1949.

———. The Oedipus Cycle: An English Version. Translated by Dudley Fitts and Robert Fitzgerald. Harvest Book. San Diego: Harcourt, Brace & Co., 1977.

Teatro Nacional Cervantes. “Antígona furiosa.” Accessed August 22, 2023.

“The New Art of Writing Plays, by Lope de Vega, Translated by William T. Brewster, with an Introd. by Brander Matthews., by Lope de Vega et al. | The Online Books Page.” Accessed August 21, 2023.

Vaughan, Virginia Mason, and Alden T. Vaughan. “The Tempest and Early Modern Concpetions of Race. Ch. 10.” In The Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare and Race, edited by Ayanna Thompson, 139–57. Cambridge Companions to Literature. Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press, 2021.

Vega, Lope de, Roberto González Echevarría, and G. J. Racz. Fuenteovejuna. New Haven, UNITED STATES: Yale University Press, 2010.

Vega, Lope de, and Brander Matthews. The New Art of Writing Plays, by Lope de Vega, Translated by William T. Brewster, with an Introd. by Brander Matthews. Publications of the Dramatic Museum of Columbia University in the City of New York. 1st Series. Papers on Playmaking. 1. New York: Columbia University, 1914.

Vega, Lope de, and Adrian Mitchell. “Fuente Ovejuna.” In Fuente Ovejuna ; Lost in a Mirror (It Serves Them Right): Two Plays, 30-98 out of 176. Absolute Classics. London: Absolute Classics, 1989.

Zeami. “On the Art of Noh Drama.” In Theatre, Theory, Theatre: The Major Critical Texts from Aristotle and Zeami to Soyinka and Havel, edited by Daniel C. Gerould, 96-105 out of 492. New York: Applause Theatre & Cinema Books, 2000.