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A History of Romanian Theatre from Communism to Capitalism by Cristina Modreanu (review)

A History of Romanian Theatre from Communism to Capitalism by Cristina Modreanu (review) modern ideology of women supporting other women to the climax of the novel. While Hawkins has made significant changes to Brontë’s text, Hawkins is able to stay true to the Victorian Gothic tropes that are essential for J .ane Eyre AmAndA StevenS  Weber State University Cristina Modreanu, A History of Romanian e Th atre from Communism to Capitalism New York: Routledge, 2020. xii + 166 pp. Cristina Modreanu’s book came out from the author’s remarkable career as a the- atre critic, curator, and producer. Since the fall of communism, she has closely fol- lowed Romanian productions on local, national, and international stages. - A His tory of Romanian Theatre from Communism to Capitalism fills a void not only in Romanian studies scholarship but also in performance studies on Eastern Europe. Apart from Ruth Lamb’s book on Romanian communist theatre W Th e ( orld of the Romanian e Th atre [Claremont: Ocelot, 1976]), which was still Jane Duncan’s major source for her chapter “The (R)evolution of Romanian Theatre” from the volume e Th atre and Performance in Eastern Europe (Lanham: Scarecrow, 2008), and few articles scattered in various journals, there is not much about Romanian theatre written in http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Comparatist University of North Carolina Press

A History of Romanian Theatre from Communism to Capitalism by Cristina Modreanu (review)

The Comparatist , Volume 45 – Nov 11, 2021

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University of North Carolina Press
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Abstract

modern ideology of women supporting other women to the climax of the novel. While Hawkins has made significant changes to Brontë’s text, Hawkins is able to stay true to the Victorian Gothic tropes that are essential for J .ane Eyre AmAndA StevenS  Weber State University Cristina Modreanu, A History of Romanian e Th atre from Communism to Capitalism New York: Routledge, 2020. xii + 166 pp. Cristina Modreanu’s book came out from the author’s remarkable career as a the- atre critic, curator, and producer. Since the fall of communism, she has closely fol- lowed Romanian productions on local, national, and international stages. - A His tory of Romanian Theatre from Communism to Capitalism fills a void not only in Romanian studies scholarship but also in performance studies on Eastern Europe. Apart from Ruth Lamb’s book on Romanian communist theatre W Th e ( orld of the Romanian e Th atre [Claremont: Ocelot, 1976]), which was still Jane Duncan’s major source for her chapter “The (R)evolution of Romanian Theatre” from the volume e Th atre and Performance in Eastern Europe (Lanham: Scarecrow, 2008), and few articles scattered in various journals, there is not much about Romanian theatre written in

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The ComparatistUniversity of North Carolina Press

Published: Nov 11, 2021

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