Vol 4 (1991) Angels on Scandinavian Theatre Policies

CONTENTS

ANGELS ON SCANDINAVIAN THEATRE POLICIES
Alan Swanson
The Adaptable Muse. Swedish Comedy in the Eighteenth Century
Claes Rosenqvist
The Actor as Big Business Man
Sverker Ek
Dramatic Art: Its Legitimacy and Possibilities to Exist
Hanna-Leena Helavuori
The Popular Element and Politics: The Workers’ Theatre in Finland
Margareta Wirmark
Amledo. The Great Anger, child of Drams
Jon Nygaard
Why Choose the Worst and Most Costly – When the Best is Cheapest? On the Contrast Between Action and Effect in the Norwegian Theatre
Jørn Langsted
Centralized Decentralization. An Issue in the Cultural Policy of a Small Country: Denmark

NEW RESEARCH IN COMMEDIA DELL’ARTE
Elsebeth Aasted
The Corsini Scenarios. The Oldest Surviving Commedia Dell’Arte Collection
Bent Holm
King, Carnival and Commedia. Symbolic Images in the “Copenhagen” Forssard Collection
Karin Wolgast
Arthur Schitzler’s Commedia Dell’Arte Pantomimes

A Debate on Fairground Spectacles and Historiography

INFORMATION ON SCANDINAVIAN MUSEUMS, LIBRARIES AND COLLECTIONS OF THEATRE HISTORY
Kari Gaarder Losnedahl
The Theatre Museum in Bergen

Book Reviews
Artistic Presentation of Results of Research.
Janek Szatkowski on Lars Klefberg’s Play “Stjärnfall” (Falling Star)