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  • Western States Theatre Review Archives

Past copies of some issues of the Northwest Theatre Revieware now available.  Please contact the Treasurer to inquire on volume availability.
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Volume 17 - 2011 PDF file for North West theartre Review 2009

Living Lense - LOIS KAGAN MINGUS
Politics and Performance: Repression and Resistance in Lee Blessing's Billy the Kid and Rudolfo Anaya's Billy the Kid
- CECILIA J. ARAGÓN
Good Dramaturgy
- ROBERT CAISLEY
"The Evolution of Chaos"
- BRYAN WILLIS
Signs of Life: The Interdisciplinary Performance of the Un-Animated
- ANN C. WRIGHT
A Journey for Rachel: Taking My Name Is Rachel Corrie from Corvallis, Oregon to Antioch, Turkey
- CHARLOTTE J. HEADRICK

Volume 16 - 2010 PDF file for North West theartre Review 2009

Horace Robinson 1909-2009 -Joseph Gilg and Alexandra Bonds
Transcending How I Learned to Drive -
Judy Fort Brenneman
The Memory of Land -
Robert Vrtis
The Hybrid Rehearsal Schedule: Opening Time for Artistic Exploration
through Increased Collaboration -
Rich Brown
Support for Actors -
Ken Womble
"Living from Moment to Moment": Kermit Sheets, Theatre and the Fine Arts at Waldport, 1942-1946 -
Andrew Ryder
The Art of Theatre vs. Religion and Science -
William Missouri Downs and Lou Anne Wright

Volume 15 - 2009  PDF file for North West theartre Review 2009

Volume 14 - 2008 PDF file for North West theartre Review 2008

Volume 13 - 2007

Volume 12 - 2006

Volume 11 - 2005

  • Directing Beckett: Issues of Freedom, Control and Artistry
    Eric Prince, Colorado State University
  • Quaker Corporate Discernment as a Model for Collaboration in Theatre
    Bryan Boyd, George Fox University
  • Deaf Theatre Bridges the Gap Between Deaf and Hearing Audiences
    Jo Strom, Graduate Student Central Washington University
  • Jung's Influences in The Night of the Iguana
    Joanna Goff, Edmonds Community College
  • Seasons of Shakespeare: the Bard and OSU
    Marion O Rossi Jr and Charlotte J Headrick, Oregon State University
  • George Bernard Shaw's Environmental Theatre
    Scott W. Cole, University of Washington

Volume 10 - 2004

  • A City Apart: Post-Soviet Russian Theatre
    Larry Hazlett, University of Wyoming
  • A Brief History of Golf in Relationship to Man's Connection to the Natural World
    Bryan Willis, Olympia, WA and Yoshiyuki Nishikawa, Japan
  • Hopi Ritual Performances: A Comparison with the Rites and Practices of Ancient Greece
    David Edgecomb, University of Alaska-Anchorage
  • Premiere and Finale: Dryden's The State of Innocence and the Fall of Man at Western Oregon University
    Richard Davis, PhD, Western Oregon University
  • The Crucible Still Burns
    Elaine Wiggins, Graduate Student Central Washington University
  • ComedySportz: A History of a Competitive Improvisational Company
    Kevin Bradshaw, Gonzaga University

Volume 9 - 2001

  • 1999 KC-ACTF/NWDC Keynote address: A Wonderful and True Story.
    Tony Kusher.
  • Gender Objectification: Cause and Effect.
    Brenda Hubbard, Central Washington University.
  • Stanislavski's Translation: Ambiguities Affecting Super-objective and Through Line of Action.
    D. E. Moffitt, University of Idaho.
  • Plato and Conceptions of Greek Theatre.
    Michael Wallace, Graduate Student Western Washington University.
  • Observing Ourselves in Action.
    Julie L. Voelker, Graduate Student University of Washington.

Volume 8 - 2000PDF file for North West theartre Review 2008

  • Script (inter)play: Collaborating on Performance Compositions.
    Don Laplant and Susan Suprenant, Ph.D. Candidates at University of Oregon.
  • A Thought on Pacing: Slow Down, We Move Too Fast!
    Ed Bowen, University of Portland.
  • Metaphor within the Method:  The Scenography of the Group Theatre.
    Scott Dahl, University of Idaho.
  • "He Never Forgets and He Never Forgives": Sweeny Todd as Jacobean Revenge Tragedy.
    Laurilyn J. Harris, Ph.D. Washington State University.

Volume 7 - 1999PDF file for North West theartre Review 2008

  • Reimagining of Yup'ik and Inupiat Performance
    Thomas Riccio, University of Alaska Fairbanks.
  • The 1998 Oregon Shakespeare Festival.
    Ed Bowen, University of Portland.
  • Susanna Rowson and Slaves in Algiers: A Struggle for Women's Freedom.
    Terresa L. Wolf, Ph.D. Candidate Washington State University.
  • Theatre: The Essential Liberal Art.
    Thomas H. Gressler, Linfield College
  • Libby: The Story of a Theatre Tour to Alaska's Pribilof Islands.
    Elizabeth Ware, University of Alaska Anchorage.

Volume 6- 1998

  • Marat/Sade and The Caucasian Chalk Circle: An Experiment in Arena Staging at the Royal National Theatre.
    Forrest Sears, University of Idaho and Sarah Wilson Hansen Graduate University of Idaho.
  • Whistler's Mom.
    Bryan Willis, Seattle, WA.
  • "Women Are Good at This Job": Lynne Parker, Director.
    Charlotte J. Headrick, Oregon State University
  • The State of the Fine Arts: A Regional Report.
    Dean Panttaja, University of Idaho
  • Community Approaches to Funding the Arts.
    Faye Slice, Butte, MT.
  • Linguistic Barriers and Cultural Gulfs: Translations, Brian Friel, and the Creation of Field Day Theatre Company.
    Susan Brennan, Graduate Student University of Portland.
  • Actor Training in Russia: Tradition and Change.
    David Edgecombe, Ph.D. University of Alaska Anchorage.

Volume 5 - 1997

  • Someone's in the Kitchen with Dionysus.
    Susan K. Brown, Graduate Student University of Portland.
  • Women of the Holocaust or (manna from heaven).
    Amy Bridges-Williams, Anchorage Alaska.
  • Russian Lessons, a one-act play.
    Bevin Flynn, Undergraduate Student at University of Idaho.
  • Dying Light.
    Jason D. Martin, Student at Western Washington University.

Volume 4 - 1996

  • Gut Reaction: Sarah Daniels's Gut Girls in Havre, Montana.
    J. K. Curry, Montana State University-Northern.
  • The Gue Hin Chou: Portland's Chinese Theatre
    Allen J. Adams, Western Oregon State College.
  • (Re)Constructing Directing Pedagogy.
    Charles Ney, University of Idaho.
  • The French Academy, Corneille and Le Cid: A Study in Controversy
    J. Marisa Samuels, MA Candidate University of Portland
  • "Heaven Will Protect the Working Girl": The Multifaceted Career of Marie Dressler
    Laurilyn J. Harris, Ph.D. Washington State University.
  • A History of the Northwest Drama Conference: the 80's and 90's.
    Richard Davis, Western Oregon State College.

Volume 3 - 1995

  • Beyond the Stage: Reflections on Street Theatre in India.
    Lou Furman, Washington State University.
  • The Issue of Identity in Steven Dietz' God's Country, or Why Bring the Aryan Nations to W.S.U.?
    Terry John Converse, Washington State University.
  • Researching God's Country in God's Country.
    Joseph Proctor, University of Montana.
  • Cutting a Dash: Creating a Costume for Nora-Designing Clothes for Gemma O'Connor's SigNora Joyce.
    Charlotte J. Headrick, Oregon State University & Robin Waytenick, MA Candidate, Oregon State University.
  • Theatre in Britain
    Forrest Sears, University of Idaho

Volume 2 - 1994

  • Entertaining Mr. Helms
    Christopher Durang
  • The Training of the Apprentices in Shakespeare's Company.
    David Edgecombe, Ph.D. University of Alaska Anchorage.
  • A Partial History of the Northwest Drama Conference.
    Horace W. Robinson, Ph.D. University of Oregon.
  • Hopffgarten Scenic Studio of Boise
    Jeanette Ross, Boise, ID.
  • Historical Background of the Teatro all'Antica in Sabbioneta, Italy
    George Caldwell, Ph.D. Washington State University.

Volume 1 - 1993 PDF file for North West theartre Review 1993

  • "Otherwise I Must Have Encumbered the Stage with Dead Bodies": Nahum Tate's King Lear.
    Laurilyn J. Harris, Ph.D. Washington State University.
  • Resources for the Study and Replication of Alaskan Native Costume.
    Tara Maginnis, Ph.D. University of Alaska Fairbanks. Bibliographical material by Marcella Brown, September Laakso and Anne McBeth, students at UAF.
  • Co-existence and War Between the Temple and Grand Opera House During Lewiston's, Idaho's Theatre Boom.
    Kristine M. Yates.  MA Candidate, Washington State University.
  • A Paradigm for Securing Arts Agency Funding that Supports the Actor-Teachers Prelude to Theatre Performance for Young Audiences.
    Charles R. Hannum, Ph.D. Albertson College.