Campbell, Alyson

Viral Dramaturgies

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Table of contents

Section 1. Introduction

1. Viral Dramaturgies: HIV and AIDS in Performance in the Twenty-First Century
Alyson Campbell, Dirk Gindt

Section 2. Women’s Voices and Experiences

GL RY: A (W)hole Lot of Woman Trouble. HIV Dramaturgies and Feral Pedagogies
Alyson Campbell

3. Staging Decriminalisation: Sex Worker Performance and HIV
Elena Jeffreys, Janelle Fawkes

4. ‘The Press/Supress/Our Stories of Happiness/They Choose to Define Us/As “Suffering Headliners”’: Theatre-Making with Women Living with HIV
Katharine Low, Matilda Mudyavanhu, Shema Tariq

Section 3. Generations, Memories and Temporalities

5. ‘Still (Mighty) Real’: HIV and AIDS, Queer Public Memories, and the Intergenerational Drag Hail
Peter Dickinson

6. AIDS Memorialisation: A Biomedical Performance
Marc Arthur

7. Re-membering AIDS, Dis-membering Form
Stephen Farrier

8. Finding ‘Creative Rebellious Gay Boys’ in the US AIDS Archive and Repertoire with the Aid of Bakhtinian Centrifugal Tendencies
Jayson A. Morrison

Section 4. Inter/national Narratives

9. Performing Interventions: The Politics and Theatre of China’s AIDS Crisis in the Early Twenty-First Century
Virginia Anderson

10. Choreographing HIV and AIDS in Contemporary Dance in South Africa
Sarahleigh Castelyn

11. National Performances of Crying: Neoliberal Sentimentality and the Cultural Commodification of HIV and AIDS in Sweden
Dirk Gindt

12. Prefigurative Performance in American and African AIDS Activism
Ola Johansson

13. Awareness Community Theatre: A Local Response to HIV and AIDS in Papua New Guinea
Jacqueline Kauli

Section 5. Artistic and Personal Reflections and Interventions

Blue Is, Blue Does: A Performance about Truvada in Several Interactions
Ivan Bujan

15. AIDS Theatre in a ‘Post-AIDS’ Era: Reflections on My Recent Plays
Sky Gilbert

16. Blood, Shame, Resilience and Hope: Indigenous Theatre Maker Jacob Boehme’s Blood on the Dance Floor

Alyson Campbell, Jonathan Graffam

17. The Lazarus Effect: El SIDA/AIDS and Belated Mourning in Puerto Rican Theatre
Alberto Sandoval-Sánchez

Section 6. Coda

18. Interview with Sarah Schulman: Corporate Culture, HIV Criminalisation, Historicising AIDS and the Role of Women in ACT UP
Alyson Campbell, Dirk Gindt

Keywords: Cultural and Media Studies, Theatre and Performance Studies

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