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Forthcoming Special Issue

Studies in Musical Theatre 7.1
(Apr 2013): The Glamour, the Gags, and the Girls: The Musical Revue in Europe and America Before World War II
Guest editor: Jonas Westover

Studies in Musical Theatre is currently inviting submissions for Volume 7 (2013) and 8 (2014).

We welcome discussions on any theme relating to musical theatre in its widest sense, from the musicological to the postdramatic and from the textual to the performative. Articles should be between 5000-6000 words and should include original work of a research or developmental nature. The journal also welcomes contributions embracing issues relating to practice. A sample area of considerations might include, but is not restricted to:
     Revisions of historiographical narratives
     Applied musicological or dramaturgical analysis
     Archival and production research
     Innovative paradigms of critical thought
     Performance and performance practice
     Approaches to training and the industry
     The fusion of words and music
     The use of music and song within theatre, film and related art forms
     Critical approaches to musical theatre
     Industry issues
     Globalisation, consumption and commodification
Contact: further information on the journal is available from the Journal Editorial Office.
Dominic Symonds & George Burrows, School of Creative Arts, Film and Media, University of Portsmouth, Wiltshire Building, Hampshire Terrace, Portsmouth, Hampshire, United Kingdom, PO1 2EG
Telephone: 02392 845126 (DS) 02392 845132 (GB)    
Fax: 02392 845152    



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