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If any one issue has troubled Australian theatre of late, it has been that of diversity. In 2007, Lee Lewis opened the can of worms that is the lack of racial diversity in Australian theatre, advocating cross-racial casting of classics

If any one issue has troubled Australian theatre of late, it has been that of diversity. In 2007, Lee Lewis opened the can of worms that is the lack of racial diversity in Australian theatre, advocating cross-racial casting of classics. If we assume that the actor transforms on stage, she asked, why do we only allow this power to the white actor? If blackface is a theatrical cliché, why should there be a problem with a black actor playing Hamlet?

Lewis, Lee (2007) Cross-Racial Casting: Changing the Faces of Australian Theatre. Strawberry Hills, . Meyer, Moe (1994) The Politics and Poetics of Camp.

Lewis, Lee (2007) Cross-Racial Casting: Changing the Faces of Australian Theatre. London and New York: Routledge. Muňoz, José Esteban (1999) Disidentifications: Queers of Colour and the Performance of Politics. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press. Ngai, Mae M. (2011) ‘Chinese Miners, Headmen, and Protectors on the Victorian Goldfields, 1853–1963’. Australian Historical Studies, 42, 10–24. CrossRefGoogle Scholar

Cross-Racial Casting: Changing the Faces of Australian Theatre. This article examines Baz Luhrmann's 2008 film Australia for gendered and racialised discourses of Australian national identity.

Cross-Racial Casting: Changing the Faces of Australian Theatre. Eureka Stockade The Oxford Companion to Australian History. Crisscrossing Cultures Crossing the Stage: Controversies on Cross-Dressing. It’s Never Too Late to Switch Crossing the Stage: Controversies on Cross-Dressing. It argues that such discourses are underpinned by material relations and potentially have material consequences for the nation.

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Although cross-racial casting has been the topic of heated discussion, little sustained scholarship addresses both the historical . Non-traditional casting, increasingly practiced in American theater, is both deeply connected to our country's racial self-image(s) and woefully under-theorized.

Although cross-racial casting has been the topic of heated discussion, little sustained scholarship addresses both the historical precedents and theoretical dimensions. Pao illustrates the tensions and contradictions inherent not only in stage representations, but also in the performance of race in "No Safe Spaces opens up a conversation beyond narrow polemics. "Non-traditional casting, increasingly practiced in American theater, is both deeply connected to our country's racial self-image(s) and woefully under-theorized. Pao takes on the practice in its entirety to disentangle the various strands of this vitally important issue. -Karen Shimakawa, New York University.

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