The History of World Theater

The History of World Theater

From the English Restoration to the Present

Book - 1991
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Felicia Londre explores the world of theater as diverse as the Entertainments of the Stuart court and Arthur Miller directing Chinese actors at the Beijing People's Art Theater in "Death of a Salesman". Londre examines: Restoration comedies; the Comedie Francais; Italian "opera seria"; plays of the "Surm und Grand" movement; Russian, French, and Spanish Romantic dramas; American minstrel shows; Brecht and dialectical theater; Dighilev; Dada; Expressionism, Theater of the Absurd productions, and other forms of experimental theater of the late-20th century.>
Publisher: New York : Continuum, c1991.
ISBN: 9780826411679
0826411673
Branch Call Number: 792/.09/Lon 6173mb 1
Characteristics: xii, 644 p. : ill.

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