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New Issue – CTR 158: Burlesque

Edited by Shelley Scott and Reid Gilbert CTR #158 offers an extended conversation about burlesque in Canada, from archival photos and historical contextualization to the most current... 
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Issue – 158: Burlesque

CTR 158 (Spring 2014): Burlesque Edited by Shelley Scott and Reid Gilbert CTR #158 offers an extended conversation about burlesque in Canada, from archival photos and historical contextualization... 
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New Issue – 159 : Digital Performance

CTR 159: Digital Performance Edited by Peter Kuling and Laura Levin CTR 159 focuses on the vibrant experimentations with digital technology that are taking place within the performance... 
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