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 Browse by Research Fields, Courses and Disciplines The Research Fields, Courses and Disciplines (Australian Standard Research Classification) is published by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS catalogue number 1297.0) 1998. ABS data is used with permission from the Australian Bureau of Statistics -> 410000 The Arts -> 410100 Performing Arts -> 410102 Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies :

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(). Abomah, the African Giantess. 696 295
Phillips, Nat. Accidents Will Happen. 105 190
Casey, M. (2005). A Compelling Force: Indigenous Women Playwrights. In Rachel Fensham and Denise Varney (Ed.), The Doll's Revolution: Australian Theatre and Cultural Imagination 1 ed. (pp. 199-237) Melbourne, Vic: Australian Scholarly. 156  
Kelly, Veronica (2005) A Complementary Economy? National Markets and International Product in Early Australian Theatre Managements. New Theatre Quarterly, 21 1: 77-95. doi:10.1017/S0266464X04000351 496 6 8 Cited 5 times in Scopus5 0
Taylor, A. G. (2000) A Fashionable Production: Advertising and Consumer Culture on the Australian Stage. Journal of Australian Studies, 63 119-128. 165  
Hunter, M. A. and Rider, S. (2003) Affirming Community History: Sandy Gallop Dances with the Moon. Australian Drama Education Magazine, 8 33-37. 91  
Phillips, Nat. After All. 75 123
Kelly, V (2000) Alfred Dampier as Performer of Late Colonial Australian Masculinities. Modern Drama, 43 3: 469-495. 75   0
Phillips, Nat. A modern christmas. 90 60
Fotheringham, R. A. (2001) Amphitheater staging: In-the-round or to the front (and what about asides)?. Comparative Drama, 35 2: 163-176. 189   0
Phillips, Nat. An Attempted Suicide. 120 161
Kelly, Veronica (2006) An Australian Idol of Modernist Consumerism: Minnie Tittell Brune and the Gallery Girls. Theatre Research International, 31 1: 17-36. doi:10.1017/S0307883305001859 457 8 1 Cited 2 times in Scopus2 0
Phillips, Nat. Anniversary Phone Rings. 74 113
Kelly, Veronica (1995). Annotated Calendar Of Plays Premiered In Australia 1850-1869. 1266 3458
Fotheringham, R. A. (2002) An Ocker in Centre Stage. Sydney Morning Herald, 29-30 June 10-10. 53  
Phillips, Nat. Another Good Girl Gone Wrong. 89 182
Fotheringham, Richard and Pensalfini, Rob (2007) Anti-colonial Voices? Non-British Accents and the National Authentication of Shakespeare in Australia in the 1970s. Australasian Drama Studies, 50 50: 49-65. 2680 12 0
Durrel, J.. Anti-Prohibitionists and the Ranti-Prohibitionists on Neither Side of the Question, The; Or, Side Lights on Both Sides.. 89 147
Hunter, M. A. (2001) Anxious futures: Magpie2 and 'new generationalism' in Australian youth-specific theatre. Theatre Research International, 26 1: 71-81. doi:10.1017/S0307883301000074 108   1 1
Casey, M. (2005). Appendix 2: Production details. In Rachel Fensham and Denise Varney (Ed.), The Doll's Revolution: Australian Theatre and Cultural Imagination 1 ed. (pp. 399-403) Melbourne, Vic: Australian Scholarly. 43  
Butler, Rex and Donaldson, A. D. S. (2007). A short history of unAustralian art. In Ian North (Ed.), Visual Animals: Crossovers, Evolution and New Aesthetics (pp. 107-122) Parkside, SA, Australia: Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia. 196 8
Phillips, Nat. At Home I'm my Wife's Husband. 116 122
Phillips, Nat (1923). At the grand. The author. 108 713
Phillips, Nat. At the Same Game. 193 129
Fotheringham, R. A. (2001) Audiences as performers: Laughter and interpretative repertoires in a performance season for Young People. NJ (Drama australia Journal), 25 2: 65-78. 82  
Australasian Drama Studies (2003) Issue 42 96  
Australasian drama studies (1999) Volume 34 Issue April 44  
Australasian Drama Studies (2003) Issue 41 38  
Australasian Drama Studies (2004) Issue 45 26  
Australasian Drama Studies (2006) Issue 48 61  
Australasian Drama Studies (2001) Issue 38 52  
Australasian Drama Studies (2005) Issue 47 48  
Australasian Drama Studies (2005) Issue 46 64  
Australasian Drama Studies (2003) Issue 43 48  
Australasian Drama Studies (2004) Issue 44 43  
Casey, Maryrose (2007). Australian drama, 1900-1970. In Nicholas Birns and Rebecca McNeer (Ed.), A companion to Australian literature since 1900 (pp. 207-218) Rochester, NY, U.S.A.: Camden House. 89  
(2006 )Australian Drama Project InMagic software. 132 12
Kelly, Veronica and Dixon, Robert (2006). Australian Modernities: Vernacular Performers and Consumers. In: Australian Modernities: Vernacular Performers and Consumers International Conference, The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, (). 6-7 December, 2006. 481 139
Kelly, Veronica (2006) Australia’s Lily Brayton: Performer and theatre artist. Nineteenth Century Theatre and Film, 33 1: 39-59. 181 23
Phillips, Nat. Aviators. 69 125
Phillips, Nat. Baby James. 57 183
Phillips, Nat. Baby Sketch. 140 39
(). "[?] Baird - America's Ace Saxophonist". 128 13
Phillips, Nat. Barrel Gag. 56 42
(). Barren landscape. 116 51
(). Beattie Galaidi. 136 18
Kelly, Veronica (2004) Beauty and the market: Actress postcards and their senders in early twentieth century Australia. New Theatre Quarterly, 20 2: 99-116. doi:10.1017/S0266464X4000016 479 1 8 Cited 5 times in Scopus5 0
Phillips, Nat. Beer Bit/Thinking Bit. 88 47
(). Benny Chavez and Co. 149 46
Kelly, Veronica (2000) Bertolt Brecht and critical theory: Marxism, modernity and the 'Threepenny' lawsuit. Aumla-journal of The Australasian Universities Language And Literature Association, 93 93: 116-120. 596   0

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