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Staging ourselves: in Donnell, A. and Polkey, P. (eds.), Representing
lives: women and auto/biography, Macmillan, 2000, 119-28.
‘Transforming’ women’s lives: Bobby Baker’s performances of ‘Daily
life’. New Theatre Q., 16(61), 2000, 17-25.
ASTON, E. and REINELT, J.†
ASTON, E. and REINELT, J.† editors
Modern British women playwrights. pp. 276. Cambridge, Cambridge
University Press, 2000.
48 dictionary entries on contemporary Italian practitioners: in Meyer-Dinkgräfe
(ed.), Who is who in world theatre, London, Routledge, 2000, pp.
GIANNACHI, G. and LUCKHURST, M. co-translators
‘Passione’ by Laura Curino: in Goodman, L. (ed.), Real women mythic
women, London, Faber and Faber, 2000, 87-112.
Climbing boys and factory girls: popular melodramas of working life.
J. Victorian Cult., 5(1)(Spring), 2000, 28-44.
Women and early British film: finding a screen of her own: in Fitsimmons,
L. and Street, S. (eds.), Moving performace: British stage and screen,
1890s–1920s, Trowbridge, Flicks Books, 2000, 151-65.
Women and history on the romantic stage: More, Yearsley, Burney and
Mitford: in Burroughs, C. (ed.), Women in British romantic theatre:
drama, performance and society, 1790-1840, Cambridge, Cambridge University
Press, 2000, 79-101.
QUICK, A. editor
Dedicated: the violence of messages. Perform. Res., 5(3),
2000, CDRom articles and documentation (online publication).
On memory. Perf. Res., 5(3), 2000.
Resisting memorialisation: an interview with Fiona Templeton. Perform.
Res., 5(3), 2000, 115-24.
[performance as dancer] Be/longings, Figure Ground, dance performance,
Yorkshire Dance Centre, Leeds, with following tour throughout north-west
[performance as writer and actor] A speaking, Clocktower Gallery,
Museum of Modern Art, New York City, USA, 208 hours (sole durational performance;