Vol 2/3 (1989) Theatre Studies in Scandinavia – Traditions and Developments

CONTENTS
Introduction

THEATRE STUDIES IN SCANDINAVIA. TRADITIONS AND DEVELOPMENTS. REPORTS FROM:
Sweden, compiled by WIllmar Sauter
Denmark, compiled by Kela Kvam and Janek Szatkowski
Norway, compiled by Svein Gladsø
Finland, compiled by Hanna-Leena Helavuori and Irmeli Niemi
Iceland, compiled by Sveinn Einarsson
Erik Exe Christoffersen
The Presence Radiated by the Actor-Dancer. On ISTA (International School of Theatre Anthropology)
Institutes for Theatre Studies in Scandinavia

ARTICLES EXEMPLIFYING FIELDS AND METHODS OF RESEARCH:
Kartrin Kröll
Theatrum Mundi versus Mundus Theatri. A Study of the History of Fairground Arts in Early Modern Times
Sveinn Einarsson
Icelandic Theatre History. Some Questions
Berit Erbe
The Problem of Verisimilitude in Acting and the Conventions of Dramatic Art
Viveka Hagnell
The Theatre – A Mirror? Norwegian Theatre 1900-1990. Repertoire Policies and Social Themes
Clas Zilliacus
Hamlet, Brecht, and Benno Besson
Willmar Sauter
Theatre Talks or How to Find out What the Spectator Thinks
Kela Kvam
Activating Collective Myths. Perspectives on Wole Soyinka’s A Dance of the Forest
Jørn Langsted
Towards Modern Theatre Research

INFORMATION ON SCANDINAVIAN MUSEUMS, LIBRARIES AND COLLECTIONS OF THEATRE HISTORY
Lisbeth Grandjean
The Theatre Museum in Copenhagen
Marianne Hallar
The Royal Theatre Library and Archives
Nordisk Center for Teaterdokumentation (Nordic Center of Theatre Documentation)

Book Reviews