Yun-Cheol Kim* Abstract: The School of Drama of the Korean National University of the Arts was established in 1994. The apparent success of its educational program is very misleading. Its invisible but major failure does not come from students, but
Don Rubin* Abstract: After forty-eight years of teaching—and some 8,000 or so nights in the theatre—Don Rubin, now a professor Emeritus, recalls how he became an actor, a critic and, then, accidentally stumbled into a most satisfying career in academe.
Georges Banu* Résume: Le Zeitgeist définit ce qui se constitue en “esprit “propre à une époque et que certains artistes captent dès ses premières manifestations annonciatrices. Ils sont les précurseurs. Ensuite, lorsque s’engage la diffusion de l’esprit du temps d’autres artistes
Elizabeth Sakellaridou* Abstract: Revisiting the pointless Falklands war for the stage, over three decades after it took place, was a very timely endeavor for the Argentinean director Lola Arias. By comparison to the larger and more devastating wars of our time,