Table of contents for A concise companion to contemporary British and Irish drama / edited by Nadine Holdsworth and Mary Luckhurst.

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Part I
National Politics and Identities 
1. Europe in Flux: Exploring Revolution and Migration in British Plays of the 1990s
Geoff Willcocks
2. ¿I¿ll see you yesterday¿: Brian Friel, Tom Murphy and the Captivating Past
Claire Gleitman
3. Black British Drama and the Politics of Identity
D. Keith Peacock
4. Northern Irish Drama: Speaking the Peace
Tom Maguire
Part II
Sites, Cities and Landscapes
5. The Production of ¿Site¿: Site-specific Theatre
Fiona Wilkie
6. Staging an Urban Nation: Place and Identity in Contemporary Welsh Theatre
Heike Roms
7. The Landscape of Contemporary Scottish Drama: Place, Politics and Identity
Nadine Holdsworth
Part III
The Body, Text and the Real
8. The Body's Cruel Joke: The Comic and "In-Yer-Face" Theatre
Ken Urban
9. Physical Theatre: Complicite and the Question of Authority
Helen Freshwater
10. Verbatim Theatre, Media Relations, and Ethics
Mary Luckhurst
Part IV
Science, Ethics and New Technologies
11. Theatre and Science
David Higgins
12. From the State of the Nation to Globalization: Shifting Political Agendas in Contemporary British Playwriting
Dan Rebellato
13. Theatre for a Media-Saturated Age
Sarah Gorman

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

English drama -- 20th century -- History and criticism.
English drama -- Irish authors -- History and criticism.
Theater -- Great Britain -- History -- 20th century.
Theater -- Ireland -- History -- 20th century.