• Volume 23 • Issue 3 • 2005

    Volume 23 • Issue 3 • 2005


Articles


The performance of Comedy in East and West: cultural boundaries and the Art of Cunning

Mieke Kolk

2005-08-25 Volume 23 • Issue 3 • 2005 • 151-162

Comedy in the arabic cultural system: A Preliminary Critique

Said Naji

2005-08-25 Volume 23 • Issue 3 • 2005 • 163-165

Laughing matters revisited: The universality and Relativity of Comicality

Karel Boullart

2005-08-25 Volume 23 • Issue 3 • 2005 • 181-194

Comedy Between performativity and Polyphony: the politics of Non-Serious Language

Michiel Leezenberg

2005-08-25 Volume 23 • Issue 3 • 2005 • 195-209

Lies, illusions and authority: the thousand and one nights and arabic comic theatre

Richard Van Leeuwen

2005-08-25 Volume 23 • Issue 3 • 2005

The contribution of Yusuf Idris to Egyptian and World Comedy

Marvin Carlson

2005-08-25 Volume 23 • Issue 3 • 2005 • 225-230

The grotesque in Twafiq Al-Hakim’s The Sultan’s Dilemma

Hassan Mniai

2005-08-25 Volume 23 • Issue 3 • 2005 • 231-234

Performing Aristophane’s Lysistrata on the Arabic Stage

Marian Kotzamani

2005-08-25 Volume 23 • Issue 3 • 2005 • 235-243

Between Tragedy and Farce: Retelling the Story of two Develish Sisters

Eman Karmoety

2005-08-25 Volume 23 • Issue 3 • 2005 • 244-254

Topographies of Desire. Recent Egyptian Drama and the Strategies of the Absurd.

Mieke Kolk

2005-08-25 Volume 23 • Issue 3 • 2005 • 253-261

Performing Comicality in Morocacan Theatre: The Postcolonial condition of hybridity and the third space

Khalid Amine

2005-08-25 Volume 23 • Issue 3 • 2005 • 262-274

Performing Siyah Bazi / Playing the Black: Satire and Social Relief in Historical Iran

Farah Yeganeh Tabrizi and Mehrdad Rayani

2005-08-25 Volume 23 • Issue 3 • 2005 • 275-284

The genesis of comedy and the comic conditions in Sudanese Theatre: A short History

Shams El Din Younis

2005-08-25 Volume 23 • Issue 3 • 2005 • 285-290

The genesis of comedy and the comic conditions in Sudanese Theatre: A short History

Freddy Decreus

2005-08-25 Volume 23 • Issue 3 • 2005 • 291-305

The comic in the Tragic: Parody and Critique in Mordern Productions of Euripides’s Hecubai

Loma Hardwick

2005-08-25 Volume 23 • Issue 3 • 2005 • 306-315

Splendid Cruelty: the Turk in Early Mordern Court Enterainment in The Netherlands and France

Stijn Bussels

2005-08-25 Volume 23 • Issue 3 • 2005 • 316-330

Orientalism, Despotism an Governmentality – Rereading the harem as a Domestic Space in the French Opéra Comique Soliman II ou les trois Sultanes (1761)

Bram Van Oostveldt

2005-08-25 Volume 23 • Issue 3 • 2005 • 331-344