The Introduction provides a broad contextual and theoretical background for the study. It makes a case for treating Oceania as a specific area of world theatre production, provides a brief background to the form and development of post-1960s theatre from the region, and discusses how theatre operates to express various modes of historical knowledge in Oceania. It profiles the sites for the key case studies (Aotearoa/New Zealand, New Caledonia, Hawai‘i and Fiji) and summarizes the content of the following chapters.
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