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Théâtre océanien: Anthologie edited and translated by Sonia Lacabanne, and: Urbanesia: Four Pasifika Plays edited by David O’Donnell (review)

Théâtre océanien: Anthologie edited and translated by Sonia Lacabanne, and: Urbanesia: Four... 240 the contemporary pacific ‡ 26:1 (2014) Théâtre océanien: Anthologie, edited dramas written by university students and translated by Sonia Lacabanne. prior to Papua New Guinea’s indepen- Collection Littératures du Pacifique. dence from Australia; He Reo Hou: 5 Papeete: Au vent des îles, 2011. Plays by Maori Playwrights (Garrett, isbn 978-2-9156-5483-7, 364 pages. 1991) charts the emergence of several Paper, XPF 2143. 0ëRULGUDPDWLVWVLQ$RWHDURD1HZ Zealand between the mid-1970s and Urbanesia: Four Pasifika Plays, edited the late 1980s; He Leo Hou / A New by David O’Donnell. New Zealand Voice: Hawaiian Playwrights (Wat Play Series. Wellington: Playmarket, and Desha, 2001) surveys a vibrant 2012. isbn 978-0-908607-43-3, 312 cross-section of contemporary work pages, illustrations, bibliography. by indigenous playwrights in Hawai‘i; Paper, nz$40.00. and Beyond Ceremony: An Anthology of Drama from Fiji (Gaskell, 2001) Since the 1960s, the Pacific region demonstrates how playwrights have has witnessed the development and used theater to respond to and inter- proliferation of contemporary drama vene in Fiji’s troubled multicultural in numerous sites. This has been milieu. a varied output, inflected by local Such anthologies have been instru- cultural, economic, and sociopolitical mental in helping create a more lasting circumstances but also representing record of past productions and http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Contemporary Pacific University of Hawai'I Press

Théâtre océanien: Anthologie edited and translated by Sonia Lacabanne, and: Urbanesia: Four Pasifika Plays edited by David O’Donnell (review)

The Contemporary Pacific , Volume 26 (1) – Mar 12, 2014

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240 the contemporary pacific ‡ 26:1 (2014) Théâtre océanien: Anthologie, edited dramas written by university students and translated by Sonia Lacabanne. prior to Papua New Guinea’s indepen- Collection Littératures du Pacifique. dence from Australia; He Reo Hou: 5 Papeete: Au vent des îles, 2011. Plays by Maori Playwrights (Garrett, isbn 978-2-9156-5483-7, 364 pages. 1991) charts the emergence of several Paper, XPF 2143. 0ëRULGUDPDWLVWVLQ$RWHDURD1HZ Zealand between the mid-1970s and Urbanesia: Four Pasifika Plays, edited the late 1980s; He Leo Hou / A New by David O’Donnell. New Zealand Voice: Hawaiian Playwrights (Wat Play Series. Wellington: Playmarket, and Desha, 2001) surveys a vibrant 2012. isbn 978-0-908607-43-3, 312 cross-section of contemporary work pages, illustrations, bibliography. by indigenous playwrights in Hawai‘i; Paper, nz$40.00. and Beyond Ceremony: An Anthology of Drama from Fiji (Gaskell, 2001) Since the 1960s, the Pacific region demonstrates how playwrights have has witnessed the development and used theater to respond to and inter- proliferation of contemporary drama vene in Fiji’s troubled multicultural in numerous sites. This has been milieu. a varied output, inflected by local Such anthologies have been instru- cultural, economic, and sociopolitical mental in helping create a more lasting circumstances but also representing record of past productions and

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Published: Mar 12, 2014

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